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Ideal: I’ll Be Seeing You is the story of two women who become pen pals - and a lifeline for each other - on the home front during World War II. Loretta and Suzanne, the two of you hadn’t met when you wrote the book, and you decided to write this book together in the form of letters from the two women to each other. How did this come about?Loretta NyhanLoretta: Suzy and I met online through some writer friends’ blogs. We started commenting on each other’s blog posts, which led to sharing and critiquing each other’s work. When we both had other projects on submission with publishers, we were driving ourselves crazy with worry and stress. Suzy said, “Let’s write something just for ourselves, for fun” and she sent me that first letter you see in the book. She sent it in character, with no explanation. I was blown away. About five minutes after she sent it, Rita showed up, a fully formed character. I know that sounds a little woo-woo, but sometimes magic just happens. I wrote back to her immediately (that’s the second letter you see in the book—the first two letters are pretty much unedited).SuzannePalmieriSuzanne: So I’m doing my laundry and I’m thinking about waiting. Because the waiting part of the process is really hard. When you write a book, you are sort of in control until that moment. When the agent has that book out with publishers you realize that the next call or email will be THE ONE. And I can’t stand notbeing in control. So I called Loretta, and we were commiserating about the whole thing. SO I say, “Hey, while we wait, we should do a writing exercise. We should take control of our inboxes. Let’s write to each other in character and see what happens!” So I sent an email as Glory that day. And she sent one back as Rita, and I’ll Be Seeing You was born!Ideal: I love that! And it was such a compelling beginning!Suzanne: I wanted her to write back!! So I tried to make it as compelling as possible! It worked! Since it was such a nerve-wracking time in our lives, I wanted to situate myself in a place where I felt the most peace. When I was growing up, my mother took me to her best friend’s family summer house in Rockport, Massachusetts. The house was much less grand (but more grand in some ways) than Glory’s house, but it was where I spent the best growing up time. The town, the beaches, the “Rocks” the private road, the people. I used every memory I had so I could spend time there in my mind.Ideal: Did you both allow the plot to unfold as you went, or did you stop at some point and start plotting it out together?Loretta: About ten letters in, Suzy wrote something that I thought might be problematic. It was the first time we realized we needed to work out the major events/plot points, and compromise if our visions didn’t match. Together, we decided the general character arcs, though we decided to keep how we would get to those points to ourselves. We wanted to surprise each other, because then our characters would react from the heart. We also never broke character when sending the letters. The subject line would post the date—December 12, 1944, for example—and the text of the email would contain only the letter. Staying in character helped with the writing, and made everything move quickly. We began the book on Valentine’s Day, 2011 and finished on the 4th of July.Suzanne: Other than that, we talked a LOT about NOT plotting it. It wasn’t until we actually had an editor that we began talking about plot. Wait…no…it was when our agents got involved, right before submission, but really, they didn’t change plot. It wasn’t until the first real edit with Harlequin MIRA that we had to hash out some ideas. So what you get in the novel is really quite close to the original book.Ideal: Were there things that shocked and surprised you in the reading of each other’s chapters, or could you sense certain things coming?Loretta: Oh, there were things that absolutely shocked me! My fingers would be shaking as they hovered over the keyboard! I think I shocked her, too. I know when a character died, she called me and we sobbed together as though someone in our family had actually passed away. Okay, we’re a little weird, but it felt so real!Suzanne: It was the surprise that kept us going. I found myself running home and opening my computer to check my email. Like waiting for that letter and ripping it open. In many ways, though fiction, it was a very real correspondence. Perhaps the most shocking thing was how much we both believed in it, and how with little or no real reason to keep going, we did. It was so much fun. An absolute joy.Ideal: I’m wondering if other surprises came up for you in the process. Did you find that this method of writing, and the shared inspiration, changed the way you worked going forward?Suzanne: I’d say it gave me the courage to trust myself. No matter what. And to keep writing things that gave me peace and joy. Not to worry over sales or anything. I think it validated both of us in terms of our creative spirit.When I got the email about the death, I’ll never forget my response. Not shocked…but so very sad. And I sat down and wrote that whole series of letters to Rita in one sitting. And then we talked and cried. Those letters are almost word for word the original letters from our first correspondence. That’s the thing I think I learned. To write from the gut and soul and pour out whatever onto the page. To trust that process.Loretta: A good number of surprises came up during our exhaustive research. I’m a history nerd, and the more I discovered about the wonderful people of Iowa during the war, the more I felt obligated to do right by them. Suzy and I aren’t historians, but we felt a huge responsibility to our characters and to the real life folks who inspired them. We would surprise each other with the construction of our worlds, if that makes sense. The Rockport setting seemed so fully formed to me - picturing it, and Glory’s role in it, made it easier to respond as Rita. We were in charge of our own worlds - she had Rockport, I had Iowa City, so part of writing to each other involved creating a world the other could believe in.We also learned that compromise in a writing partnership is vital, as is open communication. If something wasn’t working, we talked it out until we were both satisfied.Suzanne: I think the difference in our personalities is really important. Loretta is far more organized than I am. I’m very eager to delete things and make changes on the fly and things like that. Loretta kept the book safe from me, in a lot of ways. I mean that. She guarded the narrative especially through the editing process. I mean, I would have taken the whole thing to France and made the Can-Can girls if someone said it might work… because I’m flighty and chaotic. But Loretta has been the champion of the integrity of that process from the start. And I adore her for it.Ideal: At what point in the process did you meet in person?Loretta: We met one week after publication! The meeting took place in a small indie bookshop in the Village in NYC. I brought sunflowers. We were nervous--what would it be like? But then we went out to lunch together and just talked. It was an exciting time.Suzanne: I remember asking Loretta if we might feel some kind of way, you know, because we are Suzy and Loretta, not Glory and Rita. We were both convinced this wouldn’t be an issue. And it wasn’t an issue! Because there is so much Glory in my personality (the flighty, dramatic one), and a lot of Rita in Loretta (the pragmatic, value-driven one). It was a meeting of the minds.Ideal: How did you choose the time period? Had you done research into the WWII era previously, or did you research as you went, uncovering ideas for your characters along the way? Or did you have a sense of the time period already from grandparent stories?Suzanne: I chose WWII because Loretta and I had already done a lot of research when she was helping me with the 1940’s scenes in my first Palmieri book, The Witch of Little Italy. We’d shared our passion for the era many times, so it seemed like the most likely place to be. Besides, who doesn’t want to be able to travel back in time? 🙂I’m not a historian but I am a full time history teacher. Also I think, more than the history teacher angle…I’m just a really curious person. I never liked school, and didn’t do well until I figured it out (MUCH LATER ON) but that curiosity is so alive in me and that’s why I’m a teacher.Loretta: I’ve always been a history buff, and my father is an amateur/expert in military history. Our research was immersive and intense, but I did have a general knowledge of the major battles and popular culture of the time.Unfortunately, my grandparents died when I was relatively young, but I had an “adopted” grandmother who lived across the street. She moved to Iowa during the war to live with her husband’s family while he was overseas. Later, I learned he was in the same battalion as Sal. Her daughter gave me his battalion shield when the book was published, which meant a great deal to me.Ideal: Wow I just got chills! That’s pretty amazing. Did you consciously put elements of your neighbor into Rita, or did she just show up?Loretta: No. I don’t know where Rita came from. She’s not me, and she’s not anyone I’ve ever met. It was strange how that happened! I felt like I understood her, though, and, as a mother, I could definitely relate to her worries. I tried to imagine if my sons were sent overseas, with no Skyping or Facebook or any way to know whether they were alive or dead. It was very sobering to imagine, to say the least.Ideal: And I love that Rita was exactly the friend Glory most needed in her life (and vice versa). These characters felt so real to me. How autobiographical is your writing? Do you infuse elements of your life and personality or of those you know?Suzanne: Oh my. YES. I’m probably the most dangerous writer that way (like, you’ll end up in a book… that kind of danger!). I have been asked to write a memoir, (because of the crazy pants life I’ve led so far) and I said, “Read all the books. They are the best you will get!”No matter if I’m writing as Hayes or Palmieri, my characters are always lost. They always have the story arc of finding their way to themselves through themselves. They always need a home. Orphaned in one way or another. They are strong, but that can be a weakness. I find that no matter who I write about, or how I write, or when it takes place, or if it has magic or not…I can somehow connect with readers because of my obsession with inner thought and atmosphere and truth. Honesty is the most important thing, when writing.Ideal: what was your favorite part of working on this book?Loretta: I’ve been writing my entire life, and I expect to be writing for many years in the future, but I have never had (and probably will never have) a writing experience like I’ll Be Seeing You. Sometimes, a book feels like it is writing itself, and you’re really just a typist - that’s how I felt with this. Almost as if Suzy and I were transcribing these stories. I love these characters so much--they felt real to me, and still do.My favorite part of the whole process was writing the final letter. It wasn’t part of the original draft, and when our editor, Erika Imranyi at Mira, suggested it would be nice closure, I procrastinated until I couldn’t anymore. Finally, I sat down to write it, and it came out of me in an emotional rush. I’ll never forget it. I cried when I read over what I’d typed. I almost couldn’t believe I’d written it.Ideal: Is there anything else we haven’t covered that you’d like to share with listeners?Suzanne: One very important thing: The tomato soup cake is delicious. Really. 🙂Loretta: We are so grateful for the reception this book has gotten, particularly from people who actually lived through that era. I always hold my breath when approached by someone who lived through the war after they’ve read our book. Luckily, they’ve all said we got it right. For someone who writes historical fiction, that makes my heart burst.

A conversation with Every Last Word author Tamara Ireland Stone and narrator Amy Rubinate

Every last word

Amy: Thank you for talking with our listeners today! We are so happy to have recorded the audiobook version of Every Last Word. Congratulations on the success of your book!Tamara: Thank you for your kind words. And congratulations on all the great feedback you’re getting on your narration of Every Last Word. Listeners really seem to be loving your Sam!

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Amy: I’d love to know how you chose young adult as your primary genre when you started writing?Tamara: I didn’t really consciously think about YA when I first began. I got the story for Time Between Us in my head (and you know that story well since you narrated it), and the main character happened to be a 16-year-old girl when she popped into my head.But it actually made a lot of sense to me. As you know, that story is really about the choices we make in life… About what it would be like if you could go back and change things. There were many things about my teen years I’d wished I could go back in time and change. But the older I got--the more distance I had--the more I realized that all those things happened for a reason. They made me the person I am today, and I like who I am today. Without those experiences, good and bad, I’d be a different person. I liked writing a story that communicated that idea to young readers.Amy: I loved Time Between Us so much, and one of the elements that stood out to me was its timeless quality. It felt like a classic love story that could have happened in any era, and that was reflected in the writing style. Every Last Word is written in a very different style - very contemporary and in-the-moment. As I narrated it, I felt like I was with Sam in real time as she went through her journey. In fact, even though I had pre-read and prepped the book, I found myself shocked all over again as I narrated the plot twist. Did you know going in that the story would have a twist?Tamara: Oh yes… I always planned the twist. You really have to go into a story like this knowing that there will be a surprise for the reader, because it affects how you write every line up to that point.Word WallAmy: For me, one of the most magical parts of the book was Poet’s Corner. It was wish fulfillment for me. High school would have been so much easier if I’d had a Poet’s Corner and been part of a secret poetry society! How did it come to you to make this a big element of the story?Tamara: Poet’s Corner is my favorite setting in the book. I truly love that room! And yes, I think every high school needs a secret poetry club.It’s funny, when I was first thinking about this story, I knew the main character would have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) since she was inspired by a family friend. I knew she’d have a fantastic therapist and find real help through medication, but I wanted to give her something else, too…something else that she could turn to when her mind got too busy/scary. I gave her the thing that saved me as a teen: writing.Almost immediately, Poet’s Corner came to me. I saw this room so clearly - filled with mismatched furniture and papers of all different sizes and shapes glued to the walls. A bunch of things that an OCD mind would normally be very troubled by. And Sam finds peace there, not only with the people, but with the room itself.Amy: That’s beautiful!Tamara: I got chills just typing that. That room is so special to me. It’s so real to me, even though I know I made it up. 🙂Amy: I feel that way about it, too! I have heard that your readers/listeners are having the same response - and many have even started a Poet’s Corner in their own schools. Can you tell us more about this grass roots poetry movement?Tamara: It’s been incredible. I started getting emails from teachers around the country when my publisher first started distributing advance copies of Every Last Word. They began telling me that their students were so excited about the idea of a poetry wall, they dedicated a space in their classrooms for students to write and post their words. Since then, I’ve received even more emails--more recently from students who are hoping their teachers will do the same.I just love that idea of a giving teens a judgment-free zone where they can speak their minds and raise their voices, knowing their words are safe there.Amy: Disney-Hyperion put a Word Wall up at the recent American Library Association (ALA) conference. Did they use some of the poems from these real-life teens?Tamara: No, all the quotes they used on the word wall were from Sam, AJ, Caroline, Sue, Abigail… characters from the book. We wanted plenty of room for ALA attendees to add their own words.Amy: I added a short poem! It was 6 words long, and I realized later that I should have broken it out into three-word stanzas, like Sam would have! My best friend from childhood met me at ALA for lunch. When we were kids, we used to go into the woods all the time. There was an old rusted-out old car from the 1910’s that sat in the middle of the forest. When we had writer’s block, we would meet me at the jalopy, sit on its old rusted hood and write. So it was meaningful to put our words on the Word Wall at ALA and take a picture!Tamara: That is the most amazing story. I want to see that picture!One of the most personally fulfilling parts of this story is hearing how others are tapping into “the writer within” and/or reconnecting with that part of themselves. I love my job.Amy: The poems that each character wrote in the book were so specific to their personalities. You really developed the characters through their poems. How did that work for you?Tamara: I actually used a lot of placeholder poems in the first few drafts. Most were poems written by teens that I found on Tumblr (I’ve shared a lot of them over the last few months on my blog. Those early poems gave me a sense of what I thought each of the people in Poet’s Corner might write about, but I didn’t feel like I could write their poetry until really knew each one’s character.Well--I always knew Sydney would write on fast food wrappers about food. She was the first Poet who came to me. 🙂 -- But for the others, it took time. Once I wrote more about Emily and figured out who she was, I knew her poems would be about her mom. Once I wrote Abigail, I knew she’d write about her hidden insecurities. Once I had a solid picture of Chelsea in my mind, I knew she’d be the one who’d been in the kind of relationship Sam was craving.As it usually is for me, the characters come first. And I love writing dialogue, so once I get my characters talking, they become real people with real emotions and opinions. Everything else flows from there.Amy: Sydney was one of my stealth favorites! 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Plus, my kids used to swim and when I was first drafting this novel, I was spending a lot of time around pools watching these kids and teens push themselves in the water. Their dedication is pretty phenomenal.But I knew Sam needed to be an athlete because I wanted to address that popular misconception that people who are struggling with their mental health “just need to exercise more.” That’s not true. Elite athletes have depression. Exercise helps a lot of people feel better/stronger, but for many people, it’s only one piece of a very complex puzzle. Sam needs medication, weekly therapy, and her swim routine. It’s no accident that all three pieces are there for Sam. Whatever you need to manage your mental health is what YOU need. If exercise alone works for you, that’s fantastic. If it doesn’t, there’s nothing wrong with adding to the mix.Amy: Can you talk a little about mental health for teens? I know this issue has reached a crisis point in some places in the Bay Area where you live. Every Last Word gives such an inspiring example of a teenager overcoming her issues, with the support of a great therapist and her mom and new friends. What more would you like to say to a teen who might read and respond to this story but not know what to do next to help themselves?Tamara: Teens are under so much pressure to be perfect these days. I intentionally played with words like “normal” and “perfect” in this story in an effort to try to take some of the weight off of those words. No one is normal or perfect, and it sounds cliché, but mistakes are part of what being a teen is all about. I often think about how lucky I am that I grew up in a time when my (many) mistakes weren’t so public!I’ve included a number of websites in the Author’s Note section of the book to give teens a few places to start seeking help. I can’t stress enough how important that is. Through writing this story, I had the opportunity to work with four therapists--several of whom work exclusively with teens - and I gained an even greater level of respect for these individuals. I think it takes patience to find the right therapist - the right fit for each person - but it’s so worth the effort when that connection happens. “C,” the teen who inspired this story, is a great example of that.If you’re not able to work with a therapist, I encourage you to talk with someone - a friend’s mom or dad, someone at your church, a teacher, a counselor. There are so many people who know how to help; you just have to be brave, take the first step, and ask for it.Amy: One of the things I have loved about working with you as your audiobook narrator is how much you have included me in the process. Meeting you at your reading before I recorded Time Between Us, and watching how you presented Anna to the world, informed my interpretation of her character. 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