31 comments on “A Chat With…Author Lizzie Lamb

  1. Fantastic interview with fabulous author Lizzie Lamb, Frankie. Lizzie is loads of fun, as are her books, and her attention to detail is superb. Her skill of lacing the romance and suspense through with an intriguing historical backdrop works every time. Can’t wait for her new book!

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    • Thanks for popping along and joining in the fun, Adrienne. I another life I might have written historical fiction, and who knows, one day I might return to it. I guess that the reason I like writing about Scotland is that it’s almost impossible to avoid bring history into my novels.

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  2. Thank you Frankie for a great interview with Lizzie Lamb. I love all Lizzie Lamb’s books and always look forward to the next novel. I love the idea of Tall, Dark and Kilted being made into a film and brilliant choices for the lead actors!

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    • Thanks for dropping by Sarah and for being such a great help in getting my novels out there, via your formatting and attendant skills. As for a film of TDK, imagine the fun we could have auditioning hunks in kilts for the role of Ruairi.

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  3. Lovely post, Frankie!
    Lizzie is pretty amazing – an avid historian and real romantic, with a wicked sense of humour, to boot. It shines through in all of her books, as does that Scottish blood in her veins!! As she finishes one story, three more are usually taking shape in her head. Go, Lizzie!!

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    • Thanks June. As for the next three novels . . . the plots and characters are slugging it out in my imagination to help me decide which one to ‘run with’. But you’re right, it’s back to Scotland for the next one.

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  4. What a great interview! Knowing Lizzie in real life, I can only confirm what she says. One of the most generous and supportive friends around. Her books are not to be missed! And we can start discussing films adaptations any time, she knows that! Takes one overactive imagination to know one LOL

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    • Thanks Isabella, you’ve been with me every step of the way and a great supporter of my writing – even though we live on separate continents. I value your judgement and editing skills and I know that I can always depend on you – La Diva – to give me the perspective I need when writing.

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  5. It is always a hoot to eavesdrop on any chats with Lizzie Lamb. I love the details of what inspires Lizzie’s stories. I have read most of novels by Carole Matthews.

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    • Thanks Jessie, like me you like to see the humour in situations. It is such hard work writing, editing and publicising our books that we’d be lost without fellow writers and fabulous bloggers like Frankie. Good luck with your debut novel: YOU CAN’T GO IT ALONE.

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  6. Many thanks for featuring me on your blog, Frankie. I hope my story will encourage more readers and bloggers to search out my books and find out more about me. Have a great day.

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  7. Reblogged this on Lizzie Lamb and commented:
    Many thanks to Frankie Reviews at Chicks, Rogues and Scoundrels for featuring me on her blog and asking such great questions. I hope some of you might venture over there and see the whole post. Happy reading.

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  8. Great interview, Frankie. I always enjoy reading posts about Lizzie and her writing. She’s an inspiration and a hugely supportive and talented author. Looking forward to her next novel.

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    • Thank you so much Luccia – and don’t worry, GIRL IN THE CASTLE has been called all sorts of things. I hope you enjoy it when you come to read it.

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  9. Great interview with the lovely Lizie Lamb. Lizzies’s love of Scotland shines through in her writing. I don’t know the country very well but am inspired by Lizzie to find out more.

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