Celebrating the Witching Season at Women’s Radio

I don’t know about you, but I always get excited when this time of year rolls around. September means it will soon be October. And October means falling leaves, misty mornings, and all the wonderful creepiness that comes with Halloween.

To celebrate this wonderful, witchy time of year, the lovely gals over at Women’s Radio Network had me as a guest on their radio program to talk about Hazel and Holly. This was a first for me, and it was pretty exciting. The interview is fairly short, so be sure to head over to WomensRadio and check it out!

Writing and Wellness

In other news, I was also a featured author over at Writing and Wellness last month, where I talk about the emotional and physical struggles of being a writer. It’s important to take care of yourself, no matter what you’re doing, and I think it’s fab that Colleen has a website dedicated to helping writers do just that.

Interview at Entertainment Jolt

Lastly I had a brief interview with the folks over at Entertainment Jolt about Hazel and Holly. They also reviewed the book and seemed to enjoy it, so that’s always a plus!

That’s all the news for now of what’s happening in my neck of the woods. How’s September shaping up for you so far? Leave a comment and let me know!

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Hilary - a couple of months ago

Great to read the updates … so pleased for you – Hazel and Holly are doing you proud … sounds fun … cheers Hilary

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    Sara C. Snider - a couple of months ago

    Thanks Hilary! 🙂

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Jeff - a couple of months ago

Glad you’re getting exposure for your book. Halloween isn’t a big draw (we don’t even get kids stopping by where we live), but I still love fall and the crispness of the air and the change of the trees (except I now live in Coastal South and the prettiest trees to change are hickories (dark yellow) and they won’t change until late November.

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    Sara C. Snider - a couple of months ago

    Halloween isn’t really celebrated in Sweden, so I have to content myself with loving the air crispness and leaves. It’s not so bad. 😉 I’ve never seen hickories, I bet they’re lovely.

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