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Sunday, September 10, 2006

Talking to Kim Edwards

A few weeks ago, you may remember me raving about Kim Edwards and The Memory Keeper's Daughter.

I'm fortunate to get the opportunity to read a lot of good books. The Memory Keeper's Daughter continues to stand out as the best among many good books that I read this summer. It was truly stunning and I know that every time I go back and re-read it, I'll have more to think about and analyze.

Given the incredible experience I had reading the book, it was even more of a blessing to be able to interview Kim Edwards for Book Help Web. In it she talks about how important the sound of her writing is to her and that, "There's a constant interplay between the intuitive moments of inspiration and the more analytical shaping; writing involves both creative aspects."

She was as delightful to interview as her book was to read. I hope that you will now enjoy her words and if you haven't already--do buy and read her book. You'll be glad that you did.


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