Well, another scary item crossed off my list. Traci Sanders interviewed me. I have to say it was a delightful experience. She is so positive and professional and asks great questions and follow up questions.
Traci is an author and you can learn about her books on Amazon. She has written five parenting and children’s books, two novels and three books on writing. I know, she’s amazing. I recently read her novel, Unsevered and I highly recommend this poignant story.
But wait, there’s more. She shares her writing and book knowledge on a her website, A Word with Traci. She heads a fantastic book lovers community, Readers Review Room. According to her bio, her ultimate goal is to provide great stories and quality content for dedicated readers, whether through her own writing or editing works by other authors. I would say she is achieving her goals and all of us in the writing world thank her.
Ok, I’ve stalled long enough. Here is the interview!
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