Judith Barrow is doing a wonderful series on writers of family sagas. Today she’s interviewing me! I hope you drop by.
Until the beginning of July I’ll be chatting, as I have been over the last few months, with authors who, like me, write Family Sagas, (#familysaga) a genre that can cover many countries, years and cultures.I am thrilled that so many excellent writers have agreed to meet here with me. I’m sure you’ll find them as fascinating as I do. All I can say is watch this space. Your TBR list of books will be toppling over!!
Hi,Adrienne, thanks for joining us here today.
Many thanks for inviting me, Judith.
Where did your love of books/storytelling/reading/writing/etc. come from?
My father was an Irish/German police officer who could entertain crowds for hours with his policing tales. He saw the humor, pathos and hope in every dysfunctional situation he encountered. My mother was the quiet storyteller. She told us about ourselves by retelling (as if things happened only yesterday) all the human…
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Engaging interview. In a sense we’re all looking for redemption in stories.
I agree. I find stories that end on a bleak note very disappointing.
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