Suzanne can be found at www.suzannewoodsfisher.com.
During the month of June, Suzanne is running a book-a-day-giveaway contest. To enter, scoot on over to her blog (www.suzannewoodsfisher.blogspot
Tell us about Copper Fire.
SWF: Copper Fire is the sequel to Copper Star, picking right up at the very end of World War II. On a summer day in 1945, my main character, Louisa, receives a telegram from the International Red Cross Tracing Service. She discovers that her cousin, Elisabeth, has just been released from Dachau. Louisa is determined to go to Germany to get Elisabeth…and that’s where the story begins.
Oh, how I love reading that period in time! What's your favorite place in the world?
SWF: Nantucket Island on an autumn day.
What's your favorite possession?
SWF: My friend Gwen drew pencil sketches of my children that I have framed in the bedroom. I’ve hauled them all over the world (we lived in Hong Kong for four years).
Finish this sentence: I wouldn¹t be caught dead…
SWF: In a bikini. Not after four kids! No, no, no.
Boy, do I understand that! If you could change careers now without any consequences or financial loss,
what would you switch to?
SWF: I am passionate about writing, and I only make about a dime an hour. Still, though, a passion is a passion.
I think I'd pick tropical island reviewer. Can you tell us what’s on your desk right now? What can readers look forward to?
SWF: In late August, Grit from the Oyster: 250 Pearls of Wisdom for Aspiring Writers, will be released from Vintage Spirit. I wrote Grit with three other very talented authors.
And another piece of great news! I just received a contract from Revell/Baker for a non-fiction book called Amish Peace in an English Life. It won’t be out until 2010…but ‘everything Amish’ is filling up my head right now.
Thanks for letting me pop-in, Jamie!
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