Today’s Ten Questions installment features Kathleen Grissom. Kathleen was born and raised in Saskatchewan and is now happily rooted in south-side Virginia, where she and her husband live in the plantation tavern they renovated. She is the author of two historical fiction novels, the New York Times Bestseller, The Kitchen House and the newly released, Glory Over Everything which we reviewed here.
Historical Fiction is not a go to genre for me. I think it says something about Grissom’s quality of writing that she was able to grab me with her words. Both The Kitchen House and Glory Over Everything are excellent. If you’re a fan of the genre you will not be disappointed. Even if you’re not a fan of the genre, give them a try anyway. I did and it’s not a decision I regret.
Now put your hands together and help me welcome Kathleen to Ten Questions! *applause*
Ten Questions vol. 2 #11 Kathleen Grissom
Bookish Devices: What is your favorite word?
Kathleen Grissom: YES!
BD: What is your least favorite word?
BD: What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?
KG: Music of any kind
BD: What turns you off?
KG: Noise from machinery
BD: What sound or noise do you love?
KG: I love the sound of laughter
BD: What sound or noise do you hate?
KG: Ambulance or police sirens
BD: If you could have drinks with any author or literary figure, whom would you invite?
KG: Beryl Markham, if she were still alive, but Joan Didion would be fascinating to meet as well.
BD: What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?
KG: At this stage in my life I am quite satisfied to stick with writing
BD: What profession would you not like to do?
KG: I think that every job or profession has some reward
BD: What would you choose for your last meal?
KG: I would insist on Ina Garten cooking the meal, but the menu would be her choice
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