Yesterday was a big day for me: The Mad Wolf’s Daughter was in bookstores at last! I had a brief television appearance on WCSH’s 207, signed stock in a few local bookstores, and was quite busy on social media.
These two interviews were posted yesterday, and I wanted to share them because they were fun to do, but also are very different:
Beth McMullen’s interview gave me a chance to share some of the books that have meant a lot to me and to ponder where my literary influences really came from.
And the Barnes & Noble blog interview asked me to go in-depth about what I had really wanted to do with this book, what my inspirations were, and how my son had helped me to edit and revise.
I hope you enjoy learning more about how this novel came to be.
Great interviews, Diane 🙂 And I love how your son is your “reader/typo catcher” 😉 😀