Sharing D. G. Kaye’s Great Interview With Sarah Brentyn

For whatever reason, I can never reblog anything from Deb’s blog, but by golly, I’m a determined kinda gal, and I want to share her interview with Sarah Brentyn. So, doing this the old-fashioned way, via copy and paste. πŸ™‚

Sarah is a quaintly quirky and positively pithy sort of writer, and this is a great interview. Check it out, and then check out Sarah’s books! (Also, sharing is good, via whatever method will work for you.) Enjoy!


34 thoughts on “Sharing D. G. Kaye’s Great Interview With Sarah Brentyn

  1. Thank you for being so determined! And for the amazing intro. πŸ’– You’re awesome. (It’s possible I might use “quaintly quirky and positively pithy” in a bio somewhere…) πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend.

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  2. Thanks for sharing Marsh. Love your determination. You and I thrive on challenge. Glad you found a way to reblog, even if it was the old copy and paste – whatever works LOL. Where’s your ‘press this’, by the way? But glad you enjoyed the post and went out of your way to share. πŸ™‚ ❀

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    • Yes, I’m nothing if not determined, though I confess, I could do with fewer challenges right about now. πŸ˜‰

      As for Press This, it didn’t automatically set up with this theme, and I’ve never missed it, so I’ve never bothered with it. I don’t ever use the Reader, myself, so I guess I don’t even think about it. I like to take my time and visit each blog thoroughly, looking around at other things I may have missed. For me, the Reader is like a neighborhood bulletin board, when I want to go knocking on doors. πŸ˜€ Of course, there’s always the chance I’m doing it wrong, but so far, it’s not my thing.

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      • Aha, just like me. I think I’ve ever visited the reader twice! And as for Press This – alas, I only lost it today!!!! I knew lost it last few weeks, but now .org. I just found out when I tried to press a blog in draft. So I went to my blog>added a new post> went back to the other tab where the blog I wanted to grab was and did the old copy and paste over to the draft post. Yup, isn’t technology grand with WP, takes us backwards instead of forward πŸ™‚ xx

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      • I thought I was the only one left! I NEVER use the reader. I go from email to blog and read it through then comment. I seriously didn’t think anyone else did this anymore. It takes way more time (and I get to visit fewer blogs) but it’s worth it to really engage and read the entire post. “the Reader is like a neighborhood bulletin board…” Exactly how I feel.

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