In my first novel, The Gate House, Nara laments the lack of tropical fruit as she prepares a typical English breakfast at her aunt’s bed and breakfast. I lived in Costa Rica for seven years, where I, too, learned to appreciate the huge variety of exotic fruits available year round. Although Nara’s home, St. Clare,Continue reading “How About a Slice of Papaya Bread?”
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How much do writers read?
I was a guest author on a mystery panel at a local library last week, and we were asked the question: How much do you read while you are writing a book,and do you worry that what you are reading will influence your writing? I read constantly. I read before I go to sleep, whileContinue reading “How much do writers read?”