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Historical Fiction Author Nancy Herriman - Part III

Summer has finally arrived in the Pacific Northwest. La NiƱa has heated up the rest of the country, but it's been relatively mild out here. After trips to New York City and Las Vegas, home for a few weeks of 75-80 degree weather feels great. So much to catch up on! Getting back to the gym, finishing book two of the Eddie Shoes Mystery Series, and my blog. So on that note, here's part III of my interview with author Nancy Herriman. 

Scroll down for parts I and II.

What do you love about singing with choral groups?
There is an inexplicable joy in group performance done well. Making music recharges me and provides the ultimate escape. I dont think of much else while Im singing.

What are you working on now?
Im working on a short story featuring the nurse sleuth from my mystery series, Celia Davies. Once I complete and polish that, its back to work on Book 3.

Final Words of Wisdom

To folks whod like to writePersevere. Ive faced lots of obstacles in my writers journey, but the only way Ive been able to reach any of my goals is to keep jumping over those hurdles.

Nancy Herriman abandoned a career in Engineering to chase around two small children and take up the pen. She hasn't looked back. A multi-published author, she is also a former winner of the Romance Writers of America's Daphne du Maurier award for Best Unpublished Mystery/ Romantic Suspense. 


When not writing, she enjoys singing with various choral groups, gabbing about writing with friends, and eating dark chocolate. After two decades in Arizona, she now lives in her home state of Ohio with her family.

1 comment:

  1. Great interview! I'm interested to hear about a short story featuring the intrepid Celia!

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