Redheaded Neanderlady

Redheaded Neanderlady
This is a photoshopped version of something I found in National Geographic about the time I started researching

Thursday, August 20, 2009

I am sooooo thrilled!

A soon to be published author has invited bloggers to let her drop into their blogs.  Her name is Michelle Cameron, and her book, The Fruit of her Hands, is a bout a rabbi's wife dealing with antisemitism in 13th century Europe.  It sounds really interesting, and I have a million questions I'd like to ask her.  I would like to do an interview with her, online, by blog or something, but I don't quite know how to do it.  I've never done such a thing before.  It will happen on September 21, and I'm more than happy to help her publicize her effort, which will see publication on September 8.  I will, naturally, add her to my Honorable Blogroll, so I really hope people will drop by and take a look!  I try to encourage all authors, whether published or not, on their writing journeys.


Good luck to you, Ms. Cameron,

Anne G


Marg said...

It is very exciting when you get your first interviews and review copies and author comments! Heck, it's still exciting after you have done a few of them! Enjoy!

Anne Gilbert said...


I"m just happy that fellow writers are actually inviting my humble self to be part of their own efforts!
Anne G