Wednesday, August 19, 2009

If You're an Aspiring Novelist, You'll Want to Listen to This BlogTalkRadio Interview

If you're an aspiring novelist, you'll want to listen to the interview of Kathleen M. Rodgers that Nancy Brown of and I did on our BlogTalkRadio show

Kathleen talked about her novel THE FINAL SALUTE: TOGETHER WE LIVE ON, which focuses on the lives of Air Force pilots and their families at the time of the Persian Gulf War.

And because Kathleen had experienced so many of the same frustrations writing her novel that I did writing my novel MRS. LIEUTENANT, we ended up talking about novel writing. (In fact, we both had to learn to switch from writing as a journalist to writing as a novelist.)

We shared advice that can help other writers (including the difficulties of point-of-view), and Kathleen also described the impetus for telling her story. And she's delightful to listen to.

Listen to the interview now to learn more about Kathleen's novel THE FINAL SALUTE
as well as advice for aspiring novelists.

(Note: The Amazon link above is an affiliate link.)


Phyllis Zimbler Miller is the author of the novel MRS. LIEUTENANT and the co-author of the Jewish holiday book SEASONS FOR CELEBRATION. She also writes articles as a National Internet Business Examiner and she is the co-host of the BlogTalkRadio show Your Military Life.

Phyllis' company has launched the monthly program to help people promote their brand, book or business online. Her company also does Twitter tutoring -- see

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