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Interviewing Author Ann Malley

Interviewing Author Ann Malley Q1. Tell me about yourself what are your favorite books to read?  A. I’m an almost empty-nester who reads and writes to fill in the spaces left by not having to homeschool anymore. It was a great experience. But I’d be lying if I said I loved every moment of it. But I wouldn’t change a single thing—except perhaps breathing deeper to take in the joy that’s now passed. My favorite books? It’s hard to say, even though I write inspirational romantic suspense and sweet romance. I read EVERYTHING. Having moved cross country too many times to count, my husband and I hauled a great many books. Inherited the first edition western biographies, collected children’s classics, illustrated histories of the British monarchy, art compendiums, spiritual classics—the Discernment of Spirits anyone?—and a wealth of old hardback mysteries. Sax Rohmer and the like. And who can forget P.G. Wodehouse? If you love witty comedy without the bedroom scenes, he’s your ma