Interview with SUSAN MALLERY
Q: THE GIRLS OF MISCHIEF BAY is the first book in your brand-new Mischief Bay series. Where did you get your inspiration for the series?
I’ve noticed that when it comes to friendship, age really doesn’t matter. There’s something ineffable in each of us that responds—or doesn’t respond—to certain people we meet. Maybe it’s a shared sense of humor, a certain way of looking at the world. When the chemistry is right, friendship feels instantaneous. It’s love at first sight, but without sexual tension.
These are the kinds of friends who will be with you for a lifetime. THE GIRLS OF MISCHIEF BAY is about three women who share a friendship like that, and the ways that they come through for each other when life is challenging.
I love writing romance, and you can be sure that there’s plenty of boy-girl action in THE GIRLS OF
MISCHIEF BAY. But the central relationship is the friendship between three women—one in her
twenties, one in her thirties, and one who just turned fifty. Forever friends.
Read more on page 25 in the January ezine. Click on the picture below.