Podcast


Think back.  What’s the best idea you ever had?

Hear Us Roar: Interviews with women's fiction writersMine definitely came in early 2018 when I hatched the idea of doing a podcast where I’d interview first-time authors about not only their book but also their path to publication, As a long-time member of the Women’s Fiction Writers Association (WFWA), I decided this would be the perfect venue for showcasing my fellow members when they published their debut novel and approached the board with the idea.

A triple win:  Enhance the reputation and value of this great organization; give publicity to members as they launched their career; and increase my own visibility in the writing community.

Please take a few minutes to listen to a few of my 30-minute interviews with a growing roster of WFWA members as they share their stories.


Author Leslie Rollins

Leslie Rollins

Click below to listen to our podcast interview with Leslie Rollins (Good-Time Girl, self-published). Leslie’s definitely a pantser (“I let my character do the driving”) and had an epiphany a year ago – chasing agents and publishers wasn’t working for her. Wanting to...

Marlene Adelstein

Listen to our podcast interview with Marlene Adelstein (Sophie Last Seen, Red Adept Publishing).  Marlene is a big believer in plotting and also works as a developmental editor…

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Jess Woods

Listen to our podcast interview with Jess Woods (The Process of Fraying, self-published) and how her great-grandmother’s struggles in the late 1930’s were the springboard for her first novel…

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Kimberly Lynne

Our 30th Podcast guest is Kimberly Lynne (A Pocketwatch, Spray Paint, and Morphine; Yellow Woods Press)- hear how the inspiration for her first book came from a vivid dream…

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Amber Cowie

In this episode, Amber Cowie (RAPID FALLS, Lake Union) describes how for her, writing feels like the kids’ game, Choose Your Own Adventure…

Kaela Coble

Listen to our podcast interview with Kaela Coble (Friends and Other Liars, Sourcebooks) and learn about the differences in sales outlets in the UK versus the US…

Suanne Schafer

Listen to our podcast interview with Suanne Schafer (A Different Kind of Fire, Waldorf Publishing). You’ll hear of her life-long love affair with Tarzan, her role as a prolific book reviewer…

Coming up next month

Coming in August – Kathleen Barber.
Her debut novel, Are You Sleeping was published on August 1, 2017 by Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster. It is being adapted by Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine into a series for Apple called “Truth Be Told.”