As Callahan wrote “Once Upon a Wardrobe,” she had in her mind’s eye C.S. Lewis’ home in England, which she had visited many times.
“I could see it and smell it and I wanted the reader to feel the same,” she explained.
Listen to this episode of PRosé to learn what insight Callahan found by researching Lewis’ fascinating mother Flora, how she was incorporated into the book and why, as Callahan was writing, she didn’t want the novel to end.
Plus, Callahan reveals what she’s not told anyone – there’s something in this novel she says she’s never done before.
– Vikki Locke, C2 Communications