Paula Gail Benson interviewed me soon after Interpretation of Murder was released, asking about the novel’s themes and characters. We also talked about my interest in deaf culture, the different challenges involved in writing short stories and novels, and the ways in which members of my family have contributed to my writing. It’s always fun to have a chance to talk about my writing, especially with a good friend who asks such interesting, thought-provoking questions. You can find the Writers Who Kill interview here.
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