Character Interrupted. An interview BY Jean Lee

Very interesting. Reblogged.

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Jean Lee – Let’s first begin with what you write—smart, sexy, historical fiction. You delve into various time periods with your books, such as the 9th century in The Viking and the Courtesan and the 19th century in Splendor. What process do you go through when choosing the right century for a story’s setting? That is, if Splendor took place in another century, would it still be the Splendor we know?
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Probably not. The stories are influenced by the time, the characters too, although they don’t always abide by the constraints of them. Mind you Splendor would be a shopaholic , running up debts galore in any time because some things are timeless. She’d be having to manage everything too. So I guess a bit of both would be true. I generally stick to the Georgian/Regency period—it’s a sort…

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Author: authorsarahstuart

Sarah Stuart is an award-winning author whose books are based on her show business experience, her concern for animals, the challenges of her Christian faith, and her passions for history and travel. Sarah's hope is that readers will enjoy her novels as an escape from reality, but be left understanding that fame and fortune often comes at a high personal cost. Also, an increased perception of the threat to animals: those shot in the name of sport for trophy heads, endangered species, many poached for their fur and ivory, and tragically discarded pets.

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  1. SarahStuart, thank you so very very much from me–I dunno about the hamstah dudes. I am very grateful though. I had one of these surreal moments when this came up because I know a Sarah Stuart who I used to live two doors along from and whose nearly 17 year old son I still teach–one of like a few pupils now — since I have taught him since he was five. And I thought…Sarah is blogging and she has done this, then of course I remembered you Sarah Stuart. You even spell both your names the same way. Small world. xxxx

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