A conversation with Charlene Jones about Laura’s evolution as a memoirist, novelist and more

by | Apr 19, 2018 | Interview, Memoir, Musings | 2 comments

A free-ranging conversation

Author, memoirist, podcaster and all ’round intriguing person Charlene Jones invited me on her podcast for the second time. We talked about memoir and my artistic evolution for about 20 minutes, and I’m posting the recording here. I hope you’ll take a bit of time out from your busy life to tune in and then send me your thoughts either via a comment or email to lauramh [at] mac.com.

Here’s the link: https://soundcloud.com/cloudgirl-1/laura-mchale-holland-interview-soulscience?utm_source=soundcloud&utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=facebook

Photo is of Charlene.

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2 Comments

  1. Marlena

    What a wonderful conversation! I’ve read Laura’s two memoirs, Discovered Reversible Skirt just by accident and have become a fan. It’s beautiful how little Laura appeared at the right moment to tell her story, It makes sense to me that the later book of the teenage years was more difficult to write and how much a teenager needs to hide the truth. I understand that these stories want to surface, as I am looking forward to publishing my own coming of age memoir in the near future. Laura, it was a delight to hear your voice. It sounds just as I imagined it.

  2. Laura

    Thank you, Marlena, for listening to our conversation. Charlene is so supportive; it’s easy to relax with her. I can’t wait till your book comes out. Be sure to let me know. We’ll have to meet in person one of these days.

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