Author Chat with Marjorie Hart (author of Summer At Tiffany)
Posted by Sheila (Book Journey)
Hey all, as promised earlier this week, I am back with the lovely Marjorie Hart. Marjorie is the author of Summer At Tiffany, the book that we just read for the online book club Wordshakers. The book was wonderful and my pre-chatting with Marjorie was as well. I am so excited to have her here and ask you all to warmly welcome Marjorie Hart.
Welcome Marjorie! Right off the bat I have to ask my signature first question, how do you take your coffee?
When you were back in New York in 1945, did you and Marty have a coffee spot you frequented or were you not really coffee drinkers?
You probably get asked this all the time but I am so curious, what made you decide to write this book about your summer at Tiffany’s?
Did you approach Marty with the idea of this book, and if so what was her reaction?
At the time you were in New York, did you realize that you were living in a time that would have such huge historical significance?
When you went back in 2004, what really stood out to you from the New York you remembered?
One of my favorite parts of the book is the whole brandy sniffing memory. For me, I learned a little bit about brandy from reading your book. Did you ever put that lesson to use in the future?
Book signing have to be interesting and from other authors I have heard all sorts of funny stories. Do you have any funny or interesting happenings while doing a book signing?
Wow, Marjorie that is quite the memory! It is tradition that when I chat with an author I ask them to share a little known fact about themselves.