So thanks, Phyllis, for the great books, for the nudge toward writing you gave me, and so many others–and I hope right now, you’re on the best research trip ever, about to write a book for Heavenly Publication.
Maureen Child is the author of more than 100 books and novellas. At the moment, she’s rereading a couple of her favorite Phyllis Whitney books………….
Oooh, Kate!! Mary Stewart….. the Moonspinners was GREAT! But let’s not forget TOUCH NOT THE CAT or MADAM WILL YOU TALK…..awesome.
And hey, Victoria Holt!
Ah the days of great Gothics!!
What a life she had!
That’s a very nice tribute, Maureen. And you’re right, it wouldn’t be heaven without books. 🙂
I loved Mary Stewart, too! OMG, The Moonspinners. ::big sigh::
Hey Jen….Well, I know Phyllis LOVED taking research trips! And right about now, I figure she’s on the biggest one ever! And seriously. How could it be Heaven without BOOKS??
Gina……..Ah, Phyllis and Mary Stewart were my heros…God bless libraries.
This made me smile too.
I also remember getting completely lost in a Phyllis Whitney, and then devouring everything I could find by her. I think it’s time for a trip to the library . . .
Maureen what a lovely and fitting tribute! I just heard she had passed away and was very saddened. But your comment:
“…and I hope right now, you’re on the best research trip ever, about to write a book for Heavenly Publication.”
really made me smile.
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