We Interrupt This Blubathon To Bring You A Special Author, Rochelle Weber!

Please join me in welcoming a peach of a lady, Rochelle Weber. In reading her bio, I had no idea she was an ex-Navy veteran. Let’s hear it for all the veterans and what they give to this country. Moving on, below is a short interview with Rochelle, a chance to get to know her better:   1. What is your favorite book?  I don’t really have favorite books; I have favorite authors.  They include Robert A. Heinlein, J.K. Rowling, Jonathan and Faye Kellerman, Tom Clancy’s early work, and in that vein MuseItUp Publishing’s Cyrus Keith, John Grisham, Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files, David Weber’s Honor Harrington series (no relation), your Alvarez Family Murder Mysteries (and Acey and Tink say hi to Tugger), Elle Druskin’s Liberty Heights series, Gail Roughton’s books, Mary Janice Davidson’s Undead and… series, and M. S. Spencer.   2. How old were you when you were first published?  I guess that depends on what you mean by published.  When I was twenty-five I had a story published in my secretarial school’s newsletter.  The following year I had articles published in some small newspapers.  I had a column in a local weekly newspaper in 1977-78, and a front-page story in another local weekly in 1983.  In 1988 an essay I wrote was published in the Columbia College award-winning student anthology, Hair Trigger.  I was thirty-seven.  My first fiction piece wasn’t published until 2004 when Inara Press bought Rock Bound as a serial, but they folded halfway through the story. I was fifty-three by then.  Red Rose picked it up in 2006 and I’m one of the people who asked for and got my rights back from there.    3. What made you become interested in life on the moon? What prompted you to write about it?  I’ve been a science…

Read more