In between sets at the Grand Ole Opry, we caught up with Lindsay to ask her a few questions:
Ashberry Lane: Where did the idea for One More Song to Sing come from?Read More
What does the Canadian author have to say about the final release in her critically acclaimed Seven Trilogy? Read on to see.
Ashberry Lane: As the series draws to an end, which character will you miss the most and why?
Between the release of In the Land of the White Nights, and doing rewrites of upcoming Book 3, we asked Bonnie a few questions about the rewriting process of this series.
Ashberry Lane: You rewrote the first book in the series a couple of years ago, so it makes sense that you would want to redo the others in this series. But why? What have you learned about the craft of writing that made you want to bring fresh life to these wonderful books?Read More
Ashberry Lane secretly met with Sara–or blatantly emailed her in Canada–and asked a few questions about her second book and what remains hidden until book three, The Morning Star Rises, releases in October 2016.
How was writing the second book in the series different from writing the first? Was it more, or less, challenging?
Ashberry Lane caught up with Camille Eide between classic movie viewings to ask her a few questions:
Ashberry Lane: What is your favorite movie from the 1950s? Why did you like it? What do you think has changed in movies since then?
Camille Eide: It’s difficult to choose one film. Breakfast at Tiffany’s was odd yet mesmerizing. Sabrina was rags-to-riches inspiring. I adore Roman Holiday, on which I blame my girlhood crush on Gregory Peck. And yes, you’re seeing a pattern to these titles. I think Audrey Hepburn was one of the classiest, most beautiful women ever to grace the screen.Read More
Ashberry Lane abducted C.M. Shelton from a space shuttle to ask her a few questions.
Ashberry Lane: What is your favorite children’s book and why?
C.M. (Carole Marie) Shelton: The picture book, Chicken Big, by Keith Graves. Every time I read it to my kids, I laugh out loud. They laugh. I laugh at their laughter. So I don’t mind reading it over and over for their bedtime story.
For my own pleasure reading, I must say my favorite is Matilda, by Roald Dahl. It’s about a sweet little misunderstood girl named Matilda, who is incredibly smart and gifted. She finds a kindred spirit in someone who encourages and supports her for the first time, which then gives Matilda the courage to truly be who she was meant to be. I enjoy the exaggerated humor, the suspense, and especially the heart-warming ending.
AL: If you had a chance to live on the moon like your main character does, would you take it?Read More