The Homecoming by Anna Enquist

Well, this is a first. Today, I’m ‘chatting with’ Dutch author Anna Enquist who has several novels to her credit. Recently, her best-selling and award-winning novel, The Homecoming, has been

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New Look Coming!

Not long ago, I talked about building a brand – an author brand. In concert with the work I’ve been doing on the M.K. Tod brand with Katie Birks Branding

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Hong Kong Then and Now

With a dual timeline story sketched out, it was important to understand what Hong Kong looked like in 1912/1913, the time period for the historical timeline of The Admiral’s Wife.

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One Author’s Writing Process

J. Fremont‘s debut novel, Magician of Light, tells the story of René Lalique beginning with his adolescent years in Paris, his journey from student to leading glass manufacturer, and his

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If the past is any indication …

Writing Paris In Ruins involved research into the political environment, rivalries, economics, and egos of those involved in the Franco-Prussian war and the siege of Paris. On the Prussian side

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An expat in Hong Kong

The Admiral’s Wife was conceived as a novel based on my expat experience in Hong Kong for three years. In the very first version, I created four women who bonded

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The historical fiction author behind A Writer of History...

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