Today's post is an interview with Heather Horrocks, posted under interviews. I first noticed Heather's writings when I saw the title for a book called "How to Stuff a Wild Zucchini." Those of us over fifty remember* the movie called "How to Stuff a Wild Bikini" that came out in the 60s (Note from Grammar Grandma, my Superhero alter-ego: When making a numerical decade plural, you do not use an apostrophe.)
Heather writes delightful, light-hearted novels with eye-catching
covers and clever titles. Read her interview. Read her books.
*I use the term remember here loosely. Being a sheltered girl from Salt Lake City, I never actually saw this movie, because it did not star
Doris Day, and no doubt promoted questionable frolicsome activities on a
secluded beach in scanty attire with nary a helicopter parent, concerned Young Women's
leader or watchful Seminary teacher in sight.