I’m Popping Over To Phyllis Schieber’s Blog

On Monday, June 26 I’m popping over to author Phyllis Schieber’s blog to tell her readers about the forgotten fostering venture, Operation Shamrock, and how learning about this project spurred me to write Hitler and Mars Bars.

Phyllis recently dropped by Ascroft, eh? to talk about her novels and her writing life. Phyllis, the author of Willing Spirits and The Sinner’s Guide To Confession, writes women’s fiction, particularly aimed at mature women. Because she is interested in issues that relate to women such as motherhood, fostering, adoption, aging and a host of other topics, she sometimes hosts guests on her blog to talk about these issues that are relevant to her readers. Now I’m joining her on Monday.

I hope you’ll hop over to Phyllis’ blog on Monday to learn more about the international fostering project, Operation Shamrock and how it spurred me to write my first novel. Join us Monday at http://phyllisschieber.wordpress.com/2010/07/26/dianne_ascroft/


About Dianne Ascroft

I'm a Canadian writer and author, living in Britain. My first novel, 'Hitler and Mars Bars' was released in March 2008. More information abo
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