My Guest Post on


The lovely D.G. Kaye (Debby Geis) welcomed me to her blog today, for a chance to answer some interesting questions on how and why I became a writer at ths stage of my life. We touched on my latest release, Harbinger, as well as my thoughts on editing, inspiration, marketing, and my work in progress. Please take a look, and share with all your usual suspects. Deb will appreciate it, and so will I. (While you’re there, why not follow her blog, too?) THANKS!

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7 thoughts on “My Guest Post on

    • Thanks, Darlene! Rebecca is my favorite book of all time. I named my daughter Erin Rebecca in honor of it, and don’t think she didn’t have a hissy fit when she finally read it and found out exactly the kind of woman Rebecca was. I had to do some fast talking to explain she was named after the beautiful book and not the wretched woman! 😀

      Glad you enjoyed the interview! I very much appreciated Deb inviting me over to her wonderful blog.

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      • The first book I read by Daphne du Maurier was The House on the Strand and I loved it! Much later I read Rebecca and Jamaica Inn. These books enticed me to visit England and Cornwall in particular. I love her style of writing and still enjoy reading the classics from time to time. I love that you named your daughter after the book Rebecca. My daughter couldn´t understand why I loved Gone with the Wind as she thought Scarlet O´Hara was an awful person. So glad I didn´t name her Scarlet!!

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        • I read Rebecca when I was 12 (sixty years ago), and long before House on the Strand had been written. But I loved that one, too. And Jamaica Inn, Fisherman’s Creek, The Scapegoat, and pretty much everything she ever wrote. Loved the Hitchcock movie “Rebecca,” as well. He did a marvelous job of capturing the atmosphere. And did you know his movie “The Birds” was based on a du Maurier short story?

          Lucky you to have visited all those places my heart longs to see!!! Someday!

          Scarlett O’Hara really was an awful, spoiled, petty, selfish person. I do think she’d learned a few lessons by the end of the book, but I’m not sure how much she changed fundamentally. Still, I loved both the book and the movie, though my husband considers the movie to be the biggest bore he ever had to sit through. 🙂

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