Telling stories and writing them down for a living. Wouldn’t we all love to do that?
And then having them become New York Times best-selling books at that! How does one go from a business career to writing historical fiction to writing crime fiction? My guest today has done all of that and is here to share her journey and experiences with the Salem Witch Trials, pioneer Texas and a woman detective.
Join me for my conversation with Kathleen Kent!
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