Author Interview, Book Excerpt


Friends, just a quick note to tell you I have an author interview running today on Caroline Clemmons’ site. You may remember Caroline from my recent group series about Western Romance. She was one of the terrific contributors.

Included in my interview is an excerpt from Darlin’ Druid. Please stop by and say hi. Friendly comments make my day!

http://carolineclemmons.blogspot.com/

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2 thoughts on “Author Interview, Book Excerpt

  1. Hi Lyn,
    Instead of reading Six Cats In The Kitchen, I felt like you were talking to me in your kitchen. You have such a conversational style of writing that I found myself at times, shaking my head in agreement, sometimes laughing and yes, a few times teary-eyed. I truly enjoyed getting to know your husband and children and of course, all your feline family as well.
    BTW, I thought of you today when I heard on the national news about a cat named Willow. A family in Colorado had lost the cat and she showed up in NY City 5 years later. The animal shelter found the micro-chip and called the owners who were stunned but elated. The whole family is flying to NY to reclaim the cat.
    Happy tails…trails,
    Cheri

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    • Cheri,
      I did try for a conversational style in Six Cats. It just felt right, and considering the heavy stuff included in some places, I knew humor was needed. I’m glad to hear you enjoyed it!

      What a great story about Colorado kitty! I’m sure she’s happy to be reunited with her family. Thanks for passing on her inspiring tail. Er, tale! 🙂

      Hugs,
      Lyn

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