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May 24, 2006

Julia Spencer-Fleming Interview on By The Way

This week I interviewed multiple-award-winning mystery author Julia Spencer-Fleming over at By The Way. If you don't go over and read the interview, you'll always regret it. Always. Also, her latest novel To Darkness and to Death is about to come out in paperback. If you don't go and buy it, you will also always regret it. Always. You think I'm kidding, but I'm not.

I won't be doing an author interview next Wednesday on account of I'm going to be busy the next several days doing whatever it is I'll be doing at Wiscon (mostly hanging out in the Governor's Lounge and watching other people get tanked), but we'll be back on schedule after that. And yes, I do mean to get a schedule of authors who are to be interviewed out. But, you know. Distracted by shiny bits of foil and all that.

Posted by john at May 24, 2006 04:10 PM

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Robin | May 24, 2006 05:14 PM

I like the way you think...I am an aspiring writer myself, and have a blog called writersedge
I'd love for you to read it...I hope to know you a bit, I like creative minds...Take Care, Robin

punkrockhockeymom | May 24, 2006 08:04 PM


a. Are you going to interview Cherie? I so think you should.

b. I think it was fabulous of you to offer to host Absolute Write over on the comment threads at Making Light. Just fabulous.

That's all.

John | May 27, 2006 01:09 PM

I love Julia Spencer-Fleming, so thanks for posting a link to the interview. I don't normally read By the Way, so I probably would have missed it otherwise.

I might also mention that JSF's first Clare Fergusson/Russ Van Alstyne novel is available in paperback for the low low price of US$3.99. A bargain at twice the price!

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