Juliana is a historical novel set in New York City, so it was most appropriate to film this interview in Vanda’s Greenwich Village apartment. Vanda was joined by Molly and Annie-Sage, the lead actresses from the staged version of Juliana. Click here for more details about the Juliana Project and future performances.
Susan is a prolific author of fiction and non-fiction. She brings the past to life using her passion for history and her desire to give a voice to strong women often left out of the history books. Loving Eleanor is so believable, it reads like biography rather than fiction. Join in and listen to us talk about vibrant history and crafting good fiction.
R.G. reads from Have a Bite, the first book in the Vampires of Brooklyn Chronicles. Chapter One has the breathless pace of restaurant in the heat of the dinner rush. WARNING: Don’t go food shopping after R.G. Emanuelle’s reading, you’ll buy out the grocery store. As for the end of this recording…crank up the air conditioner!
Murder, yes. Mahem, quite possibly. Laughter, of course. Friendship is at the core of Diega DelValle Mystery Series. The chemistry between the friends anchors and at times unmoors Diega.
Jane and I talk about the parallels between herself and the characters in her novels as well as how her characters can go rogue and sass her when she isn’t true to their voice. In other words, Jane is a panster.