I am moved by the generosity and kindness of Christina Kaylor, who spent hours interviewing me and putting together this comprehensive overview of my life and books. On top of that, Chris was my daughters' high school English teacher, and a darn fine one at that. She has made a huge impact on my family, for which I'll be forever grateful. I'm thrilled that she is at work on her own novel–soon we can all be recipients of her wisdom and talents. Thank you, Ms. Kaylor. I am such a fan!
Historical Novelist Lynn Cullen, Part 1: Mrs. Poe, Frances Osgood, and the Author Herself
Received this post as an email? Click on the blue title to read in your browser. I hadn’t seen my friend Lynn Cullen since the launch of her historical novel Reign of Madness in 2011, though we’d b…
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