Mar 14, 2008
March 14, 2008
Joan Johnston's latest novel, A STRANGER'S GAME, is the seventh installment in her bestselling Bitter Creekseries. In this interview with Bookreporter.com's Carol Fitzgerald and Hillary Wagy, Johnston describes what inspired her to write about a woman wrongly convicted of her father's murder and recalls an unfortunate experience from childhood that subconsciously surfaces in her work. She also explains what prompted her to leave her career in law to pursue writing full time, shares her thoughts on the appeal of romance novels and reveals details about her upcoming series, The Benedicts of Richmond.