In case you missed this post earlier this year, I am guest blogging for Anne Clare, a frequent contributor to my site, about when a character turns into a problem child. To read Anne Clare’s interviews and posts on my site, click here.
Happy to post this author interview with Anne Clare! Anne stopped by last year and wrote about being a new author, which you can read here. Today, she’s here to talk about romance and her WWII novel, Whom Shall I Fear? Welcome back, Anne! Which came first when writing your novel Whom Shall I Fear?—the… Continue Reading →
Following my theme of beginnings, I’ve asked a few new authors I’ve met online to relate their experiences. First up is Anne Clare. She recently published as an independent author a WWII novel that is both equal parts romance and suspense. So glad you could stop by, Anne! What do you consider your first story?… Continue Reading →
Today is the last stop on my blog tour and I’m visiting historical fiction author Anne Clare on her site, Sharing the Stories of World War Two. My post is about writing a 10,000 words short story in two weeks while preparing for Christmas, Sunday school, and a visit from my in-laws.
Author Anne Clare is back with a new novel, releasing Nov. 1, set during the WWII Italian campaign. So happy to have her guest blog, “Mixing in History to Thicken the Plot”. Take it away, Anne! Thank you so much for inviting me to stop by, and for the opportunity to write on the theme… Continue Reading →