Author Stefanie Sloane Dances into Literature: An interview that Entertains

When you can sit it out or dance…write!

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Stefanie Sloane

Stefanie Sloane creates sexy, hot, page-turners with her new Regency Rogues Series. Join Publishers Weekly blogger Barbara Vey on this fun interview as Stefanie reveals some of her secret passions, critiques a few Broadway musicals, dishes on her Regency books, and performs the Sugar Plum dance.

Barbara asks the nine things about her we all want to know about Stefanie, because as the author says, “asking ten things would just be too pedestrian!”
Find our more about Stefanie at http://www.stefaniesloane.com/

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