With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season upon us, many us will be traveling to be around family. So what better way to prepare than to read about families?
Tule has several series that can help you do just that. Here, author Audrey Wick, writer of the 2018 Texas Sisters series and an upcoming 2019 brothers series, shares her experiences writing books with interconnected family characters in today’s Tule Author Q&A.
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Living in two different countries with widely differing time zones can be a challenge. When Kathy moved to England we had a hard time figuring out when was the best time to try to talk for both of us. With seven (sometimes six) hours difference, that was a challenge. Thank goodness for the World Clock App and FaceTime. One of the benefits of Eve being a night owl is that sometimes we can chat when it’s the end of her writing day and the beginning of mine.
Kathy and I have been friends a long time. Before she moved to England we talked on the phone a lot. Now that she’s in England and I’m in the US we FaceTime. We try for once a week but that doesn’t always happen.
Here’s one of our typical conversations about Whiskey River—well, mostly Whiskey River.)