I get interviewed at Ellie Ann’s blog

Ellie Ann Soderstrom — writer, runner, toddler wrangler, and denizen of the Ozarks — interviews me about readin’, writin’, and my favorite scenes.

Meg Gardiner: WRITERMOM, Chocolate Lakes, and Ransom River.

What does your writing space look like?

A room with wall-to-wall bookcases, a good office chair, and our old kitchen table. Which looks as if a moving van dropped a 20 foot container of papers, pens, pencils, and random notes on it from a great height.

The rest of the interview is here.

3 responses to “I get interviewed at Ellie Ann’s blog

  1. Hey, Meg. I loved reading that, great interview. The new book sounds exciting (and worrying, I have an almost-five-year-old.)

    I’m still waiting to read Ransom River, as much as I love my eldest bairn–I’ve given up on him buying it for Mother’s Day… I’ll put out the feelers for Christmas…. that and Richie McCaw’s new book. Oh my, oh my, oh my–summer reading for me can’t come soon enough.

    • Thanks, Flakes.

      And as a northern hemisphere dweller, I love your reminder that for folks who live south of the equator, Christmas books are summer reading.

      • šŸ™‚

        Spring is happily kicking our butts right now, every-kind-of-weather time… (And the grass just carries on growing, teasing the crap out of me because it knows the lawnmower is edging ever so closer to the grave.)

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