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The word always makes me think of job interviews. Not that I have many harrowing memories of them since I seldom got called for an interview the few times I needed to hunt for employment. Almost twenty years ago, after I lost my job I interviewed for a couple of editorial and writing positions, none of which I was deemed qualified for. Those occasions might have been the last time I wore a tie, except to funerals. Appropriate, really, since the failed interviews marked the death of my life as an employee.

Since then I have worked freelance and you can bet I will never again submit to a job interview!

However, author interviews are a part of the work Mary and I do to try to convince more of the world to read our books and they are a lot more fun than job interviews. Two such chats have gone online in the past two days:

Mary and I are interviewed at Anne Albert's Muriel Reeves Mystery blog.

Our sleuth John the Lord Chamberlain is interviewed Susanne Alleyn's Historical Mystery Blog.

So please take a gander at them but please don't say "we'll give you a call."

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