20 thoughts on “Author interview no.477 with multi-genre writer Micki Peluso

  1. patgarcia says:

    Hi Morgen,

    Your interview with Micki is outstanding. I have read the book and can only say, I laughed, cried, and suffered with her throughout the book. MIcki is a wonderful, comical and gifted woman who I have the pleasure of knowing personally.

    Thank you for presenting her as the lively and caring writer that she is.

    I appreciated especially her comments about rejection and never throwing away what you write. Those two points are excellent advice for any writer.

    Once again, thank you.


  2. patgarcia says:

    Reblogged this on Book Reviews by Pat Garcia and commented:
    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.


  3. Sandra Humphrey (@Sandra305) says:

    Micki is one of my favorite authors and I hope she has the time and energy to finish editing her collection of “slice of life” anecdotes Erma Bombeck-style! I loved And the Whippoorwill Sang and, by the time I finished her book, I really felt like a member of Micki’s family! Great Interview, Great Book, Great Author!


  4. linneann says:

    Terrific interview. I love finding out new things about my author friends. Micki’s book is a wonderful, funny, tragic, and heart-warming story. Best wishes, Micki, on all of your current endeavors.


  5. Peggy Strack says:

    Thanks for the interview. I have read Micki’s book. She has a way of writing that makes you care deeply about the characters and to feel the emotions almost as strongly as they do. It was good to get to know her better through your interview.


  6. Raani York says:

    Thank you Morgen for this insight in Micki’s World. Part of it was known to me when I read her book. It touched me deeply, emotionally, and it will be one of those books I bought and will never let go of again.
    She’s a very talented writer who has the gift of grabbing her reader’s attention and not letting it go again. I could hardly put “And the Whipporwill sang” out of my hands to catch some sleep after I got it.
    Your interview with Micki Peluso showed me once more that she’s not only a very gifted writer but also a wonderful person, helpful and supporting group member, great blogger and very special friend!


  7. catnipoflife says:

    Morgen, thank you for this wonderful interview with Micki. I have read her book during which time I laughed so hard my sides hurt and then I cried with her as she endured the ultimate nightmare of sorrow. You provided additional insight into Micki’s life that has left me even more in awe of this loving person and writer.


  8. Rosemary Adkins says:

    Hello Again Morgen and Greetings Micki,
    Again, I have enjoyed this interview as well as so may others you have done, with the two of you. Micki is an accomplished author whose work truly holds your emotions hostage to the end.
    Thanks so much for this interview and sharing so much.


  9. Linda Hales says:

    This is a great interview of a wonderful writer who I have come to know as just “MIcki”. I sit here writing this with a guilty heart because I am currently immersed in reading this fascinating book and feel that I should have completed it by now. I reserve this read for when I have complete quiet time without interruption. Hers is the best writing I have discovered in a long time and I savor every word as I move forward through her work, fully anticipating that I too will experience some heartbreak right along side of her. I love her book, her writing style and her own captivating personality that runs through it. Micki is the real deal. One last comment: I see a “two thumbs up” movie in your future Micki.


  10. Micki Peluso says:

    Linda, thank you for your kind words. I have to say most people rush through my book because I never gave them a place to stop for a breath, since it was my first book. It’s nice to see someone going slow and savoring it–saves you from reading it twice like some people :). As for my writing, thank you again, but I am only as good as my readers see me. “From your lips to God’s ears ” on that movie deal.

    Love, Micki


  11. colemc70 says:

    I am a true fan of Micki Peluso’s writing and found this interview to be wonderfully insightful. Everyone needs to read “And the Whippoorwill Sang”!!!


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