I am very pleased to share that I was recently interviewed by Maggie Smith of the Women's Fiction Writers Association for the podcast "Hear Us Roar." I roar to Maggie about my debut novel Telling Sonny: what the book is about, the process of researching and writing it, and the road to publication. https://www.womensfictionwriters.org/debut-author-podcast--elizabeth-gauffreau And … Continue reading Interview: Women’s Fiction Writers Association
Here at long last is the Amazon link to my precious boy Sonny, his broken mother Faby, and his Small-Time father Slim White: https://amzn.to/2Q7mc9u . Should you purchase a copy and feel that other readers would like to hear their story, Sonny, Faby, Slim White, and I would all appreciate a review on Amazon.
I am thrilled to share the cover for my first published novel. Telling Sonny is the story of a son who became an afterthought, told by a mother who had once loved the vaudeville show. Telling Sonny is scheduled for release by Adelaide Books next month. More details to come!
Lately, I've been thinking a lot about genre. Several months ago, I began a genealogy/family history blog, "This Is Us: The Browns and the Moores, A Few Gauffreaus and Gustins" at http://genealogylizgauffreau.com. Much of the genealogical research has already been done by other family members, as well as research about the historical contexts in which … Continue reading What’s in a Genre?