In a week full of great new releases, Susan Gloss’s debut novel Vintage
is a standout. It’s been compared to The Friday Night Knitting Club,
and centers around a Midwestern vintage clothing shop the way it connects a group of women who are all at turning points in their lives. Today, Susan is here to talk vintage clothes, juggling day jobs and writing, and some real-life inspiration behind this novel.
LB: You’re an attorney, a mom, a blogger, and you run an online vintage shop. How did you find time to write your debut novel?
SG: I put myself on a strict word count diet of 1000 words per day. Over months of doing that, the story came together in small increments. Revisions are where I do my best work, though. And for that, I… Continue