Posts Tagged ‘Julianne Douglas’


Millefeuilles and other addictions: Catherine Delors tells all

It is the mark of a skilled interviewer to go beyond the writer’s sunny façade and elicit soul-wrenching confessions. This is exactly what fellow novelist Julianne Douglas does with this interview at Writing the Renaissance. Now you will know (almost) everything about me… And, speaking of millefeuilles, here’s a video that teaches you how to […]

Interview at Writing the Renaissance, and many thanks for visiting

First I wish to thank Julianne Douglas, at Writing the Renaissance, for giving me the opportunity to answer her questions. Julianne, who has a Ph.D. in French literature, describes herself as “a writer of historical fiction desperately seeking a wormhole into 16th century France.” My best wishes accompany her in this endeavor. Several things brought […]