What reading does for me

- by susanne dunlap

I don’t know many writers who don’t love to read. At least, not many REAL writers. When I was a child, reading was one of my primary activities, the way I could escape from the trials and tribulations of being a skinny nerd and find characters and worlds to immerse myself in. I’d discover a […]

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To BEA or not to BEA

- by susanne dunlap

The first time I attended BEA was soon after the publication of my second adult historical fiction novel, Liszt’s Kiss (Simon & Schuster, 2007). I thought—naively—that my publisher would of course want to schedule a signing for me. My kind and thorough editor gently informed me that at BEA, publishers promote their BIG FALL BOOKS, […]

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