More from Nancy

Please follow the links below for more of my writing and some interviews, scattered to the four winds of the internet.

Finding my way back to fiction
In January, I enjoyed an energizing conversation with Ellen Birkett Morris, about writing in general and about writing The Sisters in particular.  The outcome of the conversation was this delightful feature, posted on

The Tale of Nancy and Gordy
For those of you who have admired the photo of my adorable dog, Gordy, here’s a blog you might enjoy.  My thanks go out to Campaign for the American Reader for inviting me to contribute to the regular feature, Coffee with a Canine.

Looking for me? I’m in The Reading Room!
If you love books and you haven’t yet discovered , here’s your chance.  I had a great time with TRR’s 20 Questions Author Interview.

Book Brahmin on ShelfAwareness

If you’ve never visited the site for Shelf Awareness, you’re missing a real book lover’s treat!  My thanks go to Jenn Risko for inviting me to join in SA’s regular feature, Book Brahmin.  Great fun!

Click here to check out my responses, then take some time to explore Shelf Awareness.

The Gift of Black Beauty
I’m grateful to Carol Fitzgerald at for inviting me to share my favorite holiday memory of giving or receiving a book.  My contribution is about the Christmas I received Black Beauty.   I hope you’ll take some time to enjoy some of the other blogs that are part of this lovely holiday feature on

My Book, the Movie
I was invited to write a guest blog for the Campaign for the American Reader, addressing the question of how I would cast a film version of The Sisters.  So here’s my wish list for My Book, The Movie.

A Little Unconventional Research
You might enjoy my guest blog for about an unconventional method of research that helped me write The Sisters–eBay.

What Am I Reading? Well, It’s a Little Complicated…
It ought to be a question with a clear, simple, one to three title answer, but for me, replying to the question “What are you reading right now?” always requires a little explanation.  Click here to read the response I gave to this question when asked by the folks at Campaign for the American Reader.