Smart Podcast, Trashy Books Podcast

520. Telling Stories with Julie Garwood

Grace Under Fire
A | BN | K | AB
Julie Garwood’s latest book, Grace Under Fire, is out now, and I got to chat with her about her writing career, her process, and writing historicals and romantic suspense. Grab a snack and a beverage and come visit with one of the authors I admire most. (No, my inner 13 year old was not chill. Not even a little.)


Thank you to Julie Garwood, and thank you to Stephanie Felty for setting this up.
And to Tara, Laura, and Deanna for questions!

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  1. Kareni says:

    Thank you, Sarah and Julie, for that fun interview. I enjoyed hearing about the three endings.

  2. Stacie says:

    I love Julie Garwood! Thanks Sarah, I will be reading Grace Under Fire this weekend.

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