INTERVIEW WITH LIBBY SHAW FROM THE PRINCE BY KATHA...

  You are pretty single-minded about achieving your goal to become a doctor even though the social norms emphasized women lacked the physical and moral nature to be physicians or surgeons. But it is obvious you could not do it without Ziyaeddin Mizra who is your greatest supporter and advocate. You both are very mysterious. Thanks for the interview. EC: So, why do you want to be a surgeon? Libby: The human body is absolutely fascinating, especially the skeletal and muscular systems. Also, I like solving puzzles and making order of that which is disordered. When the body is broken or damaged, I find great joy in repairing it. EC: Are...

Katharine Ashe: The ROGUE Interview

  THE ROGUE by Katharine Ashe allows the reader to understand important issues of the time period while exploring the age-old struggle of trust and honesty within a mystery. The story opens with a young debutante, Lady Constance Reed, falling for a handsome rogue, Evan Saint-André Sterling. Constance bargains with her father to let her marry Saint, a “nobody,” who is neither rich nor titled. They must overcome Constance’s desire to build a wall in their relationship because she was physically abused and raped. In addition, now a married couple, they work together, to find evidence against the Duke, the primary suspect, who they believe...