21 Jun 2012 36 Comments
NY Times best selling author, Eloisa James sat down with me at a conference at McDaniel’s College. She gave advice for new writers, told me about her family, her career, and discussed genre fiction versus literature as well as her latest book, The Duke is Mine. What a treat! I couldn’t wait to share this with you readers and all my sisters in the mermaid pond. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Thank you Eloisa.
UPDATE: Eloisa James is on vacation in a remote area, but she’s going to try to find a place with service this afternoon and stop by. So, remember to check back later. Thanks for visiting! (Remember, to leave a comment just hit the word COMMENTS under the date at the top of the page in the left margin.)
In this first interview, Eloisa gives some sage advice to want to be and young writers:
Elosia speaks about her father, an American Book Award winner, and what he thinks of her career as a romance writer:
What is the difference between “literature” and “genre fiction?” Eloisa James explains it all:
Finally, Romancing the Jesuits. What is it like being a professor at a prestigious Jesuit University as well as a famous Romance author?