Dear Bitches, Smart Authors Podcast

82. An Interview with Tracey Garvis Graves, Author of On the Island

Sarah and Jane sit down with Tracey Garvis Graves, and talk about romance, self publishing, and book recommendations. Our conversation starts with us trying to recommend a Julie Garwood historical to Tracey, then progresses to logical things like asking Tracey questions like you should do in an interview.

Book Julie Garwood - For the Roses Book The Lion's Lady - Julie Garwood Book Honor's Splendour Julie Garwood Book The Bride Julie Garwood

Book On the Island - Tracey Garvis Graves Book Covet - Tracy Garvis Graves Book Uncharted

Book Lord of the Flies - William Golding Book The Blue Lagoon Book Castaway

 

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  1. 1

    What a fun interview—and now I want to read all those Garwood novels, too! :)

    I remember hearing about your book last year, Tracey, and when I looked on GR just now I realized something; why the hell didn’t I pick it up? Seriously, everyone on my “friends” list has rated it 4-5 stars, with dozens more as “want to read”. So why was I out of the loop? Not anymore! *click*

    Enjoy!
    TBQ

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    That new DARK LOVER cover is just wrong! (The original was eye-catching, the new one indistinguishable from all the other books out there.) *flounces away in indignation*

    *tiptoes back* *whispers* Now I want to reread all the early Garwoods—and I just finished a reread of the Bride Quartet, too! *glares* These podcasts are wreaking havoc on my effort to halve my print TBR this year. *sigh*

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    LisaJo885 says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed the podcast (finally listened to it last night) and I’ve already looked up “The Lion’s Lady” on bn.com for a download. It’s full price, but totally worth it.

    Also, I audibly squee’d in the car when you said you’d be talking to RedHeadedGirl next. I CAN’T WAIT!!!!

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