I’m English by birth, Italian by childhood, and American by adoption. After a career at a major corporation, I’m raising my children and writing in Philadelphia. Love, War and Ice Cream is my first novel. I‘m working on the sequel, Romans and Dragons, based in Rome between 1965 and 1990. In parallel, I’m writing a partly historical science fiction novel on dreams and inheritance. I have also written several stories for children about the emergence of holiday traditions.
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Here’s a new author interview with Alex Macbeth whose debut crime novel comes out this week. Great writing advice plus insight into why he wrote this book and how long it took. Kate Braithwaite The body of a man with a red die in his pocket is washed ashore near…
I’ve just posted a great interview with John R Bell about the journey he undertook to create The Circumstantial Enemy. Love this photo! Check out his thoughts about writing it with the link below! via When characters are “like family”. Interview with John R. Bell
Kate Braithwaite Today I’m introducing a fellow novelist – G. Elizabeth Kretchmer. Kretchmer is the author of two novels – The Damnable Legacyand Bear Medicine – and a collection of short stories – Women on the Brink (a great title, I think!) We have been talking about her latest novel,…