A Conversation with Author Julie Seedorf

My first stop on my blog tour. It’s an interview on I Read What You Write and you might find out some new things about me.

I Read What You Write!

IR- What does it mean to you to be called an author?

JS- When someone calls me an author I still have a hard time believing it. It was a dream for so long. It gives me a feeling of accomplishment.

IR- Can you tell us a bit about the story and its main characters?

JS- I’ve always wanted to put my two amateur sleuths together. They each have different traits and they don’t get along. In Weed Lake, the two women accidentally end up vacationing in the same resort and being in cabins next to each other. Then they find a dead body and the carping begins.

IR- What inspired the idea for your book?

JS- Part of the reason I decided to put Granny and Jezabelle together is they are both funny in their own way and…it was a good way to write two characters who find, despite…

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