Interview with Jane Bwye

There’s always Hope in Africa!
I’m the first author to be invited on this Alaskan’s blog – thank you Lela for your hospitality today.

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Image of J. L. BwyeJane Bwye and I met through Authonomy, a Harper-Collins site for writers to critique each other’s work and practice book marketing. We were part of a Christian writers’ critique group which provided the commonality for our very different books. When Jane’s book Breathe of Africa was picked up by Black Cat Publishing, she left Authonomy, but we reconnected here on WordPress and on Facebook. I have always appreciated her patience and sense of humor, so when she reached out to me, I naturally responded.
I hope this will be the first interview with a writer on Aurorawatcherak. Jane will be following up with an article, with perhaps more to follow.
Jane has been a businesswoman and intermittent freelance journalist all her life. She lived in Kenya for over half a century, where she went to school, and brought up her large family.
She wrote regular feature articles for the Daily…

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One Response to Interview with Jane Bwye

  1. Thank you, Jane for interviewing with me. It was my first, but it won’t be my last. Lela

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