Interview & Book Giveaway

Today over at Lynn. A. Davidson’s blog--here’s the link- there’s an interview with yours truly. What’s in it for me, you might be asking? A chance for you to win a copy of Bitter, Sweet., that’s what! So head on over, leave a comment for Lynn, and enter into the draw. It doesn’t matter if you already own a copy there’s probably someone on your Christmas list who would take a copy if you wrapped it up all nice for them with lovely wrapping paper and a really big bow. Don’t you think? Everyone likes getting free stuff!

Speaking of Christmas gifts and Bitter, Sweet, I’ll leave you with a photo that I posted a over a year ago of a Christmas gift my daughter made for me.

This was painted on a fungi that came off of a fir tree in our area.

Merry Christmas! I’m mean good luck with entering the draw!

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14 Comments

  1. Laura, thanks for sharing your journey in writing with Lynn. It’s always interesting to read about the experiences of other writers.

    Diane

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  2. Good Morning, Laura,
    Already comments on our interview are being posted to my blog – some may even make you blush. ;)
    Thank you for a wonderful interview. I know I asked more questions than most do, but I am very curious by nature and interested in knowing and learning about people and what they do – especially if it’s a personal interest of mine (as is writing.) It was an enjoyable interview and I’m sure visitors to my blog will enjoy it as well.
    Have a blessed day. :)

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    • Thanks so much, Lynn. The interview was fun, but it really made me think about some of my answers. But thinking shouldn’t be a bad thing, right?

      I know you have more interviews planned with other writers and I’m really looking forward to reading them. :)

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  3. Elayne

     /  January 26, 2011

    This was a very informative interview…to a great deepth…very interesting and left you wanting to hear more….just like your book…you want to know what the future for its characters will be…..keep up the great writing….

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    • Glad you enjoyed reading the interview, Elayne. :) Yes, those darn Burbidges really get under your skin. Hehehe. You may have to write that sequel yourself. ;)

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  4. Very unique Christmas present. Very nice, I might add. Blessings to you, Laura…

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  5. Laura, I must have missed the first time you posted that photo. Very nice. What a lovely “memento” of your book.

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    • Thanks, Linda! It’s a beautiful memento and one I certainly cherish! Thanks for dropping in I know your super busy with your books edits! Can hardly wait to see what you’ve decided on for a cover.

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  6. I enjoyed your interview, Laura. We have a lot in common. I didn’t start writing until my third child. I knew I needed something for me. Great interview!

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    • Hi Ciara, I think I was over on your blog leaving a comment the same time that you were on mine..lol! While motherhood is totally awesome every woman needs to feel as though they have something in their lives just for themselves.

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  7. Love the fungi. Loved the interview. Interested to know your thoughts about being without an agent. I am too, because the publisher bit before the agent. I love my publisher — Acorn Press. Terrilee Bulger is wonderful. But agents can do more, can’t they? Like foreign rights, etc.?
    Can we chat about this — here or elsewhere? — in some form?

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    • Thanks Hilary for your comment not only on the fungi but the interview.

      If you’re reading this now you’ve probably already received my email. :)
      Yes we need to chat!

      Reply

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