• February 2011
    I think Farzana's onto something with the idea that women tend to enjoy dissecting a process and sharing their doubts and worries publicly, and that men might not be encouraged to do so. But I'm not sure that I agree that among contemporary writer...
  • October 2010
    Thanks for stopping by, Elaine and Deborah. Elaine, I think for me, writing in such two different POVs helped keep me on track. I'm intimidated by writing in a more roving POV.
  • October 2010
    Great rebuttal to a faulty notion. My first novel came out a month before I turned 42.
  • October 2010
    What a great post! It really brought me back to my biography-reading days, those were so many of my first heroines too. And Meg in a Wrinkle in Time: those books meant the world to me. Did you know that Madeline L'Engle's granddaughter, Lena Roy, is...
  • October 2010
    Thank you for the enthusiastic comments. I suspected that SheWrites was a good place for a post about being a bookworm.
  • October 2010
    Thank you, Zoe. Love the post. I grew up down the block from the library - my favorite place in the world for all those years when everybody was watching television and ours was broken.
  • October 2010
    Zoe, I, too, would have absolutely fallen in love with a book like CURRENCY in my own youth, and wish I could have had such a book, in no small part because of Robin's independence, and the unconventional role--for those of us coming of age in the...
  • October 2010
    Thanks, Susan!
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