This post is part of Heroine Love, Erin Blakemore’s blog book tour for her book. I’m thrilled to be part of the literary love!
I interview Erin to discover why she wrote this book that draws upon literary heroines for encouragement.
I’m also proud to have worked with Erin to help her get this book started. Here’s what Erin said about our work together:
“Cynthia’s sage advice and gentle creative touch helped me bridge a productivity gap. I furthered my writer’s discipline without beating myself up or losing touch with what makes me want to write in the first place!”
Erin Blakemore, author of The Heroine’s Bookshelf.
A drawing a day until the journal was filled – that was the mission, using my Moleskine Japanese Album. Take a peek.