Interview with Julie Cantrell
I was honored to be interviewed by Julie Cantrell, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author of INTO THE FREE and WHEN MOUNTAINS MOVE. Julie and I connected on many levels, including our love of literature, Gypsies, and people who don’t quite fit into the worlds in which they were born. Click here to read the interview http://bit.ly/VFSh4V
For an exciting read about a simple girl with anything but a simple story, get yourself a copy of INTO THE FREE, a New York Times and USA Today Bestseller
Synopsis: Young Millie Reynolds must confront the past and overcome her family’s long history of destructive choices before finding her own path to freedom.
Millie Reynolds knows firsthand the shame of family secrets. With an abusive father and a “nothing mama,” she craves a place of true belonging. Over time, the gypsies that travel through town each spring offer acceptance. Then tragedy strikes and Millie leaves her world of poverty to join a prominent family on the other side of town. There, with the help of unlikely sources, Millie uncovers painful truths about her family’s past as she struggles to face a God she believes has abandoned her. When unconditional love is offered, Millie learns the power of forgiveness and finally discovers where she belongs.
Interview with Cat Gaa, Sunshine and Siestas
Cat Gaa is a Chicago girl who turned down a comfortable life in the windy city for a chaotic but colorful life in Seville. She writes about expat life in Spain on her blog Sunshine and Siestas, which is were she posted two interviews with me about my journey with the Gypsies. Cat and I definitely understand each other, both as fellow writers, and as women who fell in love with the “novio” in the romantic city of Seville.
Part one is here
Part two is here