My interview!

I'm delighted to say I was interviewed by Kayla Posney at the Pittsburgh Examiner about historical fiction.

Please check it out, then come back and tell me what your answers to some of the questions would be!

(Especially who you'd have at a dinner party!)

Comments

  1. This is awesome!!! Go you!

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  2. Those questions hurt my head. LOL.
    You did a great job answering them though.

    Dinner party? Like, anyone from the past? Vincent van Gogh would be cool. How about Lewis and Clark? Cleopatra? Would make for some interesting conversation, no?

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    1. They were rough! My wife thought I was exaggerating, but trying to limit my responses was really tough!

      Love your dinner party idea -- I'd love an invite!!

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  3. It is tough, tough, tough to answer questions about favorites! You had quite intriguing answers though :) I'd like to know more about Catherine Parr myself.

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    1. WHEW and thank you!! Glad I was idiotic or boring!

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  4. Great answers! Certainly more decisive than I could ever have been.

    My dinner party would be a night at the Bird & Baby with the Inklings.

    I always think I'd have been good friends with Anne of Cleves.

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    1. I agonized over them! Glad I didn't sound too idiotic! ;) My wife is fond of Anne of Cleves as well.

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  5. That's great! I have no idea of what I would have answered. The only question I thought I could answer was my first historical fiction. I guess that would have been Gone With The Wind. Great interview! Thanks for sharing it.

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    1. Pat, GWTW was on my list, but I know I read other things before -- although I did read it waaaay too young!

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  6. So exciting! You did a great job with the questions - they were hard. I loved the Kirstin Lavransdatter trilogy, too

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    1. So few people have read it but it's so wonderful -- I can't stop singing its praises!

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  7. OO the dinner party guest question would be so hard to answer, but here are some that I would invite -- though I'd need a castle for my real guest list --

    JFK, Katherine Hepburn (my one celebrity),Ernesto "Che" Guevara, Catherine the Great, António de Oliveira Salazar, Benazir Bhutto.

    Yes, most are political -- I want a lively discussion

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    1. Serena, I would die to be at that dinner party -- WOW! That would be an amazing night!!!

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  8. Great interview, how exciting!! Who would I invite to a dinner party..whew, that's a tough one! Mark Twain and Jane Austen, I'd like to clear the air between those two, lol.

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    1. Oooh, that's such a good answer -- I'm jealous of it!

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