An Interview with Natalie from Sometime Yesterday

Women and Words

Recently, I caught up with the main character in my book Sometime Yesterday. If you recall, Natalie had a hell of a time when she purchased a haunted Victorian house a little over a year ago in Bayside, California.

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Interviewer’s note: If you haven’t read Sometime Yesterday, there might be a *spoiler* or two.

Natalie Chambers is an artist that hails from the West Coast and is best known for her paintings of Cleopatra and Helen of Troy. While she won’t release the details, both were rumored to be sold for an amount upward of six figures. She caught the eye of the LGBT community last year when she appeared at a prestigious art gallery on the arm of her beautiful new wife, Van Easton. Although she says she is currently “out of her mind busy” with preparations to open her own gallery, she agreed to do this…

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Published by Yvonne Heidt

Yvonne Heidt writes Paranormal, Gothic, and Modern Romance novels. She would love to tell you she lives in a haunted Victorian mansion overlooking the ocean where she spends the afternoons writing in the turret while the ocean breeze blows gently through the picture window. But... Instead, she lives with her beloved wife of 17 years, four dogs, and a myriad of visiting ghosts in a place she calls Vonnie Land. Yvonne likes to describe herself as being a charismatic and amusing Libra Goddess. On some days she writes like a fiend, but admits that other days, she's just as content to wrap up in a blanket and cuddle with her dogs while watching "one more episode." on Netflix. Three-time Golden Crown Literary Award winner for Best Paranormal Lambda Literary Award Finalist, Rinbow Award winner and finalist.

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