Official Interview: Michelle Cummings

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Post by See_B00kReaDs »

This was a great interview, we get to see a glimpse of who Michelle Cummings is and how she started her novel, The Reel Sisters. I'm looking forward to reading her book.
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Oh, I love Ironman and I think your writing of The Reel Sisters was commendable. Great interview.

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Post by bunmiolu »

This is an interesting interview with Michelle Cummings. I love how she answered the question about having reel sisters in real life. She is undoubtedly very good!

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Post by Leen282 »

I am happy these interviews get organized and published here. This was an interesting read, and I absolutely love the picture in fishing gear.

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Post by Marty_Kelly »

Great interview, I really like the fact she pointed out using Iron Man. And I'm thrilled to learn some other thin especially as they are in harmony with my thoughts while reading the book. Nice photo!

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I read and reviewed the book, The Reel Sisters, loved every bit of it.

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Post by Loverine8 »

I just began to read this book and excited to finish it.

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Post by Koltrast »

ashley_claire wrote:
31 Jan 2018, 10:44
Great interview! I'm so surprised to learn that the author took up fly fishing AFTER coming up with the initial idea to write the book. Also, finding a dead body in the water would probably be reason enough for me to never fish again, but I'm glad she found some inspiration from it. I enjoyed getting to know the author more through this interview and some of the motivations behind the book. Thank you!
I was also surprised to learn that! Reading the book, I felt absolutely sure she wrote it for her love of fly fishing, not the other way around. What dedication to researching your novel, wow! Her passion for the sport really shows in the pages.
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