6 thoughts on “Author interview no.183 with historical mystery novelist Marilyn Kemp

  1. Nancy Means Wright says:

    A delightful, informative interview, Marilyn and Morgen! I can virtually hear your cheerful voices. I share your love of writing history, Marilyn, and have certainly enjoyed your exuberant Hetty–along with your part of the northeast. I live only an hour and a half away, in Vermont. Now I’m looking forward to Hetty’s next adventure!

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    • M. E. Kemp says:

      Thanks for Nancy’s comment. I just saw her at a Book Fair. Nancy Means Wright has the greatest cover art on her new book — actually it’s the painting “The Nightmare” with the lady on the bed and the white horse…. Very striking! Marilyn aka: M.E . Kemp

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  2. Anne White says:

    Great interview, Marilyn. And a tip of the hat to Morgen who always does such a super job bringing out the things authors want to talk about. Marilyn and I have taken part in numerous writing workshops in Saratoga Springs, NY, and most recently a Book Fair in Glens Falls, also upstate New York, with 120 other authors. I too find her Hetty a delightful character. I often wish my Early American Lit teacher could have included her in the curriculum.
    Anne White
    Lake George Mysteries. No.5, finally back in season – Cold Winter Nights

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