Friday, September 5, 2008

Blogger Interview with Heidi Thomas

Hi all.

Heidi Thomas has interviewed me the last couple of days about writing and about A Tendering in the Storm winning the WILLA Literary Award for Best Original Paperback for 2008 --Yeah!

Her questions and my answers are on her blog at Heidi also just signed a contract for a book which is a big hurrah for her! She's been working as an editor and a writer for a long time and this will be her first novel. Perseverance pays!

As for me, I'm heading off to teach a writing workshop this weekend then flying to Minnesota for research and a brief visit with my brother and family and aunt and uncle then on to Madison and Lodi Wisconsin for events there. Check my schedule at my website

One other addition: I learned that rattlesnake poison must be willfully released from a live snake according to my vet. If a dog eats a dead snake, one dead for the past week that he dug up after I buried it! Then likely the venom will be absorbed into his stomach without hurting him. But in case you're worried, you can force the dog to throw up by having him lap up a tablespoon or so of hydrogen peroxide. He is not happy with you once you have done this, and you must quickly go through what he desposited on the carpet before he eats it again. I know, gross. If you're lucky, you'll find bits of snake but no head which means he probably didn't eat the head in the first place.

Ah the wonders of living on Starvation Lane. Happy happy. Jane


Takin' time to smell the flowers! said...

Have fun on your trip! I hope to be able to attend one of your events someday! Since we are fellow Oregonians I'm sure that I will:)I just finished reading A Mending at the Edge. Of course I loved it! The sad part for me is that I'm finished. I always want them to go on and on. God Bless you and your family Jane! ~April.

Eleree said...

I hear you will be in San Antonio in October! How thrilling! It's not too far from where my family and I live, and we have very dear friends down there.:)

Thinking of you,

Emma Ramsey

The Koala Bear Writer said...

That's really funny about your dog! :)

Really enjoyed meeting you at the conference this weekend (I was the girl with the baby). You've given me an idea and direction that I'm excited to get started on...

njburk said...

Jane--I just got your p/card for Auora--I'll have to read that one soon. Also, I'd love a signed copy of A Tendering in the Storm. Could you please let me know how to take care of that soon after the holidays.

Blessings to you and yours, Nola