The print edition of Where Treasure Hides is now available!
Which means I’m hopping around the blogosphere, sharing my fascination with World War II history, and answering questions about my novel, writing, and life in general.
Here are a few more stops:
Sandra Robbins’ interview included this question: If you can invite any five people to dinner, who would you choose? Hop over to Sandra’s site to see who I invited to my pretend dinner. (Except we’ll probably have a cookout!)
For Ada Brownell’s blog, I wrote a post about how I used blank books to keep track of research and develop my characters and storyline.
Kimberly Rose Johnson highlighted Where Treasure Hides and is graciously hosting a giveaway.
Emilie Hendryx asked me three fun questions, including which of my characters I had a crush on. Hmm!
My guest post, “Inspired by History,” shares how a trip to the library and DVD inspired events in Where Treasure Hides. Natalie Monk hosts the Sweet South Blog, and we’re doing a giveaway here, too.
“World War II and the Six Million Dollar Forgery.” about a forged Vermeer bought by Hermann Goering, appears on Rachel Muller’s blog.
In this interview, Patti Shene asked if I wished I started writing earlier in my life. I do . . . and I don’t. Visit Patti’s blog to find out why. Here’s another opportunity to win a copy of Where Treasure Hides. Please leave a comment before midnight (MDT) on Wednesday, August 19th.
In “Creating Characters: Who Will You Be?,” I talk about imagining characters, the thought process, a drastic measure, and a story – a life revealed.