interview

Back again, back again, back again home!

on November 7, 2019

Back from my travels which were wonderful–except for the phlegmy funk I picked up in Paris. (I blame the skeletons in the Catacombs…) Anyway, a few weeks ago, I did an interview with Write Around The Corner, a show produced by Blue Ridge PBS–and they decided to kick off their season with my episode! We…

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Fabulous news–and an interview!

on June 13, 2019

Alright, my dears, how about some SPLENDID news? I am delighted to announce that I’ve agreed to write two more Veronica Speedwell novels for the fabulous folks at Berkley! That’s Veronica #6 and #7 if you’re keeping count. I expect they will pub in 2021 and 2022, but it’s way too early to know for…

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In which it’s Thanksgiving!

on November 28, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving to all the American chickens out there! And happy Thursday to the rest. Enjoy this repost of my chat with Sarah Wendell. Hope you have a great weekend–and on November 30, we have a VERY special treat in store, so be sure to check back! As promised, here is the second half of…

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In which it’s Thanksgiving week in the US, poodles!

on November 26, 2013

And that means with only two days to go until Turkey Day, things are being stuffed or marinated or hot glued so you’re probably looking for a little unrelated cheer to take your mind off of the giblets. And everybody else might just enjoy a trip down memory lane. Today and Thursday I’ll be reposting…

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In which it’s bonus day

on September 26, 2013

Since today is bonus day, I’m posting an interview you might not have seen. I gave it when I was busy with DARK ROAD TO DARJEELING and it was posted on the lovely blog, All the World’s Our Page. I chatter about craft and vampire preferences, so it’s worth checking out. Now, here’s something else…

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In which it’s bonus day

on September 12, 2013

Today’s bonus bit for SILENT IN THE SANCTUARY comes courtesy of an Italian blog that was kind enough to interview me on the release of the follow up to SILENT IN THE GRAVE. Why did you choose to set the house of the Marches in an Abbey? Belmont Abbey must be a very suggestive place,…

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