JMWW Journal Interview on Rain Breaks No Bones

Excerpt from interview

Curtis Smith: Congratulations on Rain Breaks No Bones. It’s a great read. This is the final book in your Scranton trilogy. Can you discuss the process of writing a trilogy—its challenges and rewards? I’m guessing to make this work, you needed to have a special relationship with your publisher—is that the case?

Barbara Taylor: It’s funny. I definitely didn’t start out with the intention of writing a trilogy. I wrote my first novel, Sing in the Morning, Cry at Night, as a graduate student in the creative writing program at Wilkes University. They sent the first draft to an outside reader, Chris Tomasino, who would eventually become my agent. She suggested the characters might have more to say … Read the full article

Cover of Rain Breaks No Bones