A few weeks ago, I did a book review on And The Whippoorwill Sang. To say that I enjoyed the book is an understatement. I laughed, I cried, and I suffered throughout the book. It is a book that I will not forget. It is imprinted within me.
Today, Micki Peluso, the author of And The Whippoorwill Sang was interviewed by Morgen Bailey. Micki is not only an excellent and gifted writer, but she is also a wonderful person and I could not hold back from introducing you, my readers, to her. If you have not read the book, please put it on your list to read. You will not regret it.
Welcome to the four hundred and seventy-seventh of my blog interviews with novelists, poets, short story authors, biographers, agents, publishers and more. Today’s is with multi-genre author Micki Peluso. A list of interviewees (blogged and scheduled) can be found here. If you like what you read, please do go and investigate further.
Morgen: Hello, Micki. Please tell us something about yourself, where you’re based, and how you came to be a writer.
Micki: I became a writer as a catharsis for grief, when my fourteen –year–old daughter was struck down by a drunk driver. A short story of the tragedy was accepted, which led to a writing career as a staff writer for one newspaper and freelance journalist for two others. I now live on Staten Island, New York and have recently published, . . . ‘And The Whippoorwill Sang’, a funny, sad, poignant family memoir of love…
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