Myths, Mysteries and Coming of Age: An Interview with Author Julia Lund

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I was delighted that after reviewing my novel, Selkie, earlier this year, author Andrew Updegrove, who writes fine quality fiction, asked me if he could feature an interview with me on his blog. Here it is …

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Lund 100Back in July, I reviewed a fascinating new novel titled Selkie, by English author Julia Lund. Iā€™m now pleased to present an interview with the author, in which she shares the inspirations for her work, her thoughts on defining an audience (or not), balancing lyricism with action, and more.

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4 thoughts on “Myths, Mysteries and Coming of Age: An Interview with Author Julia Lund

  1. good, interesting work Julia, a generous interviewer and a generous interviewee, good combination. The new plans both sound great; I was intrigued by the letters novel, which sounds a wonderful idea on a number of levels, personal and in terms of expression. All the best with these. šŸ™‚

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