It's been a busy summer, so we're passing this along a few days after the fact... Bestselling author Edward Kelsey Moore was interviewed by NBC News for their online NBCBLK news portal. It is a charming, informative interview with the author which also includes a healthy sampling of Chapter 1 from his new novel, The Supremes Sing the Happy Heartache Blues. Also in the interview E.K.M. tips his hand on the theme of his next book -- which he’s already working on! You can read the interview: Author Edward Kelsey Moore Turned ‘Lovely’ Hobby Into a Bestselling Career at NBCBLK. Click on the button and if you enjoy it share this with your friends on social media. Thanks!
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Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) has recorded an interview with bestselling author Edward Kelsey Moore about his new novel, The Supremes Sing the Happy Heartache Blues, which will be published on June 20th. In the conversation, MPR Producer Luke Taylor asks Edward about his inspiration for writing a new Supremes novel, questions about the continuing stories of the main characters from the first book, Odette, Clarice and Barbara Jean, and about other residents of fictional Plainview, Indiana. During the conversation they also discuss the process of writing a sequel and touch on some of the realities of a life in the arts. And there’s a contest! Two winners will receive a free copy of Edward Kelsey Moore’s new novel. One of them might be you -- enter today!
You can audio stream the informative conversation and listen to it whenever you’d like (it is about 12 minute long), or read a transcript. Either way, this exclusive interview is available free at Minnesota Public Radio’s ClassicalMPR web site and their free music streaming site, YourClassical.org. Click a button below to go directly to A Conversation with Edward Kelsey Moore. You will also find the entry form for the free book giveaway below the text of the interview on either site.
Winners will be drawn at random.
This contest has ended. Two winners received a copy of the novel!
If you enjoy the conversation with Edward Kelsey Moore and want to share it there are social media links on the ClassicalMPR and YourClassical pages. You can also highlight and copy the URL below and paste it into an email to send to your friends.