Lyn Interviews Author Kellie Coates Gilbert — 17 Comments

  1. I haven’t started reading this series, yet, but I thought Mother of Pearl was a very thought-provoking book. I’m so glad I read it. I live in east Tennessee near both the Watauga River and the Holston River. They are part of the TVA dam system.

  2. Thank you for the great interview, Lyn. Kellie is a remarkable writer and I can’t wait to read Where Rivers Part set in San Antonio. My husband and I will be going to San Antonio in a few weeks for the boys high school state basketball finals. I will certainly think of Kellie and her book as I stroll up and down the Riverwalk. As far as water goes, my husband and I have a number of acres and the first thing with did with our land was have a lake built. Now we enjoy the beauty of the lake as well as the great fishing!

    melback at cebridge dot net

  3. Thank you for reading the interview, and for commenting everyone! I hope you’ll all consider signing up for Kellie’s Readers Club over on my website to catch future book news. While you’re there, make sure you enter the big RELEASE CONTEST my publishing house is offering…..nearly $500 worth of prizes. Here’s the link >

    Good luck, everyone! And thank you, Lyn, for hosting me on your wonderful blog!

  4. Hi Elizabeth – I’ve never been to Kentucky…one of the few states I’ve not travelled to. As soon as I can talk my hubby into retiring, we’re loading up the motorhome and going on book tour and I guarantee Kentucky will be on the schedule! Thanks for commenting.

  5. Lori – I LOVE Monterey! My husband is from Napa Valley and we travel back often to see family. I always try to talk him into a side trip to Monterey. The aquarium is fantastic….but the scenery is what takes my breath away.

  6. Brittany – So, you’re a Texas transplant girl too! We moved here from the Pacific Northwest. And we keep our motorhome on a leased spot on a nearby lake where my husband and adult sons LOVE to bass fish! (makes a great writing retreat as well!) Thanks for commenting.

  7. Susan – I think my publisher did a lovely cover as well. They did a photo shoot with a model and ordered dresses from Nordstroms. I love the process and learning how the covers are created. Thanks for commenting.

  8. I grew up in Michigan so we always went to the Great Lakes. As an adult I love visiting the lighthouses on their coasts. Thanks for the interview and giveaway!

  9. Beautiful cover and I am sure the book is just great. And it was nice to meet Kellie as she is a new author for me as well!

  10. I love San Antonio and the River Walk and have visited many times. I live in TX, however I am many, many hours away from San Antonio. Kellie’s book sounds very interesting. Thanks for offering a copy for giveaway.

    We currently live near a small lake. When we moved back to Texas from Arizona, we knew that we were going to miss the mountains and Saguaro cactus that are so beautiful in Tucson. So, we decided we wanted to at least live near something pretty and chose a house that wasn’t too far from a lake.

    Brittany McEuen
    kbmceuen at yahoo dot com

  11. Thank you for the interview. We live near the delta in central valley CA and grew up fishing and boating in it, but my favorite is the beach in Monterey, CA. We are only about 2 hours away from Monterey so we like to visit several times a year.
    jlipayer (at) charter (dot) net

  12. Lyn, at present I live in western Kentucky and I love going to Land Between The Lakes which is a narrow peninsula located between Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake. Absolutely beautiful. A wonderful interview. Thank you for sharing.

  13. Hey Lyn , thanks for the interview . I live near
    the Tennessee river . I would love to win Kellie’s new book . Thanks

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