Lynda Rutledge

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My Very First Web Interview

September 13, 2011

Tags: Faith Bass Darling's Last Garage Sale, The Writing Life, The Reading Life




The nice writing gang behind "What Women Write" invited me over this month for my first web interview:

What Women Write BLOG-CLICK HERE:

"Lynda Rutledge stops by
to chat about her soon-to-be-released Amy Einhorn Books/Putnam novel Faith Bass Darling's Last Garage Sale and the craft of writing."

Comments

  1. September 23, 2011 10:18 AM EDT
    Oh, what a great interview about writing! I took notes! Hope your book does great. I sure won't forget that title.
    - Janie Kendrick
  2. September 23, 2011 10:22 AM EDT
    Hey! So glad you liked it. Thanks for finding me here.
    - Lynda Rutledge
  3. August 10, 2012 8:04 PM EDT
    I loved you novel, read it cover to cover and it was a joy to read. You surprised me with the twists and turns of the story. It is one I'll always remember. Thanks!! After reading thru your page, I was pleased to see how much in common we have. I am an omnivorous reader since childhood. Anything and everything is fair game, I am no reading snob. But rarely do I find one I wish to remember forever. You caught the small town Texas of my childhood to a T. Well done and hope very much to read the next one.

    Yours, Kathy
    - Kathy Zaremba
  4. August 11, 2012 10:12 AM EDT
    Kathy, such a wonderful post. Thank you so much. The best a writer can hope for is to create memorable characters that a reader will cherish. Thanks for taking a moment to tell me so. If you're reading this, notice that you can also contact me via email under Contact as well. I hope you'll do me the honor of help spreading the word about Faith's Sale!
    - Lynda Rutledge






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