Eric Goodman, the former director of the Creative Writing program and University of Miami Ohio, has just released his sixth novel, a hybrid of history, fiction and memoir that recounts the first act of air piracy in the United States and how it personally affected his family. Sit back and listen!
Few authors have the depth and diversity of experience as Dwayne Clayden, who has served as a firefighter, a police officer and in Emergency Medical Services. When he isn't authoring thrillers, he's teaching and consulting so how lucky we were to grab him for this short but informative interview!
It's my birthday! After telling everyone wh'at I'd like you to get me this year (it won't break the bank, I promise!), I interview David Kouri, who models his vampire stories after his greatest influences, Bram Stoker, Stephen King and Anne Rice. He'll talk about his journey from child actor to author, so sit back and enjoy.
Barbara Braendlein is an author and urban farm wife who raises and homeschools four special-needs children. Her outlet: writing fictionalized accounts of her oldest daughter's experience navigating the world. Sit back and listen as she describes her journey.
Elliot Mason combined his love of history with his talent for writing and turned it into a second career, with one political thriller behind him, that explores a Civil War mystery but with contemporary fictional characters. He discusses his writing process, his unique plotting, and his successful marketing ideas.
It isn't everyday we host a marine biologist who is also an author. Haley Kilgour will describe her high fantasy novel, Nanagin, and how she quells the character voices who inhabit her head, demanding to be transferred into print.
Michael Deeze has led a varied and fascinating life, turning to writing after medical issues forced him to give up his medical practice. His work is semi-autobiographical and serves as a tribute to family members. He will read from his latest novel, The Heretic.
Check out my interview with the fabulous Sharon Linnea! When she isn't writing biographies, YA's and mysteries, she's running a retreat for creative women. She describes her newest project as well as the journey that brought her to this point so sit back and enjoy!
D.M. Barr writes novels of suspense, sex and satire.