“I will be the gladdest thing under the sun. I will touch a hundred flowers and not pick one.” (Edna St. Vincent Millay)
I know these Wisteria blossoms are beautiful, so enjoy them for a bit and then skip over to Gwen Stephens 4 A.M. blog to read the 2nd half of her interview with me, in which I wax eloquent on lessons learned about self-publishing. As always, Gwen does a great job!
P.S. One very real part of my novel, Disappearing in Plain Sight, was Izzy’s passion for the wisteria. That was all me. We have nurtured this vine along for almost 16 years. Whew!
Thanks, Fran! Lovely photo to brighten up the cold and rainy Chicago morning!
nothing smells like wisteria…it’s so sultry and wonderful
Yes, for sure. My little vine is pretty modest compared to some, but I love it.
Beautiful photo and great interview, Francis!
Very informative interview, Francis. I’ve learned a lot from you already…
Fantastic interview, Francis!
Thanks – I’ve learned so much from your posts and I feel honoured that you stop by and read mine 🙂
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