Welcome Rosemary Morris, author of Tangled Love Child

There’s nothing like an historical novelist to give a blog a little class. Rosemary is using names I can’t even pronounce. But, hey, what is a day without learning something new? And having read an excerpt of her novel (see chapter one below), she’s a terrific writer! But first, her interview: 1. What is your favorite book? The Bhagavadgita As It Is translated by A.C.Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. 2. Who is your favorite writer? A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada who has translated the great Sanscrit classics which rival those of classical Greek mythology. 3. How old were you when you were first published? 21 4. What writing style do you most abhor? Historical fiction in which the characters act like 21st century people and the research is inaccurate. 5. What is your favorite writing cliché? Eyes which do peculiar things such as fix, dart etc. 6. When and how do you write? (typewriter, Mac, in a café, for four hours each morning, etc?) Mostly on computer, in my office i.e. the spare bedroom from 6 a.m.to 10 a.m. and from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. if I’m not out and about. 7. What is your greatest fear when you first turn in a manuscript? Rejection. 8. In what era do you wish you’d been born? In the golden age of India. 9. Who is your favorite hero of fiction? Rhett Butler in Gone With the Wind vies with the Duke of Avon in These Old Shades. 10. How would you like to die? In full consciousness remembering God.—————- Tangled LovePrologue1693 Richelda Shaw stood silent in her nursery while thunder pealed outside the ancient manor house and an even fiercer storm raged deep within. She pressed her hands to her ears and, eyes closed, remained as motionless as the marble statues in the…

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