Daniela Petrova Interview, Part II

Nov 21, 2019 | Conversations, Events | 0 comments

The second installment of my interview with Daniela Petrova, author of the debut novel, HER DAUGHTER’S MOTHER, is now up on YouTube.

In this segment Daniela shares how she cultivated sources in order to do research for the police scenes in her book. She also discusses her Bulgarian background growing up during Communism. Daniela came to the United States at twenty-two knowing almost no English and has had a fascinating journey to becoming a published author! 

To watch Part Two of my interview with Daniela, click here.

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