Nev March left the corporate world to pursue her passion---fiction writing. Her efforts earned her the First Crime Novel award from Minotaur and the Mystery Writers of America. Listen as she describes the research process involved in her award-winning historical novel, Murder in Old Bombay.
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!
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.
D.M. Barr writes novels of suspense, sex and satire.