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Writing The Brothers Boswell ~ A Guest Post by Philip Baruth

When I got offered a copy of The Brothers Boswell by Philip Baruth by Sarah at Soho Press, I knew that this would be a great book for the Historical Fiction Lovers Book Club.  I responded back that I would love a chance to read it and then make that our September selection.  The Brothers […]

TGIF With Vanina Marsot, Author of Foreign Tongue

I absolutely loved Foreign Tongue by Vanina Marsot. So, when I opened my email a couple of weeks ago and saw a message from her, it made my day! In the midst of her returning to the United States from Paris, Vanina graciously agreed to answer a few of my questions. She even provided these […]

A Visit with Thomas Robisheaux

My second installment in all things witches this week is a question and answer session Thomas Robisheaux, Professor of History from Duke University.  While the Blue Devils couldn’t count on their basketball team to lead them to glory during March Madness this year, they have much to be excited about in Professor Robisheaux.  He wrote The […]

A Conversation with Erika Mailman

In February of 2008 I read and reviewed The Witch’s Trinity by Erika Mailman.  Little did I know then that she would be the first author to email me after I posted my review.  That started an email conversation that I really enjoyed and ultimately sparked my idea to feature her and her novel on […]

A Chat With Castle Freeman, Jr.

I recently read and reviewed Go With Me by Castle Freeman, Jr.  I have had the opportunity to ask him some questions about his name, his inspriration, his novel, and what’s coming up.  I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as we did. Literate Housewife: First of all, I want to thank you very much […]