Cate Campbell is a physician’s daughter, and has worked in more jobs than she can count–as a teacher, an office nurse, a waitress, a nanny, a secretary, a saleswoman, and a singer. Benedict Hall is the culmination of her lifelong fascination with medicine, history, Seattle, and the stunning cultural and social changes that marked the decade of the 1920s.
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I did a video interview with Bill Kenower of Author2Author.
Recently, I heard a choir I’m familiar with, a lovely and accomplished group of sixty or so voices. The director was new to me, and though the performance was nearly perfect, I was disappointed. The former conductor—whose performances were never nearly perfect—brought something different to the music, a passion and…
In my dream world, I would be closeted in my study, creating the best fiction I’m capable of; my editor would take it out of my hands and polish it; the art department at my publisher would hire the best available cover artist; and, finally, the publisher would pass my…