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!
Elizabeth Shore is an author of historical and contemporary romance. She will discuss the importance of critique groups, the differences between writing in difference romance genres, the benefits of publishing with a small press, and what's attracting her to the world of thriller writing so sit back and enjoy!
John David Bethel enjoyed a successful career in the political world before starting a second act as a writer of psychological and political thrillers. He'll describe the book contest that got him his current book deal and publisher, discuss his research methods and read from "Unheard of," so sit back, relax and enjoy.
John F. Dobbyn virtually stumbled into his current career as bestselling author after a lifetime of practicing and teaching law. Watch him discuss the journey that's included 22 published short stories, 6 bestselling novels and a future filming of his work.
A rare autoimmune disease turned around Steve Searls' life; he went from lawyer to full-time author, moving from poetry and blogging to short stories and finally, his debut novel, My Travels with a Dead Man. Listen as he describes the multi-genre nature of his work, his experience working with a writing coach and so much more.
Ann Aptaker is an award-winning writer who is also heavily involved in the art world. Listen as she describes her newest release as well as navigating the pandemic lockdown in Paris, and how her unique approach to art exhibits also is reflected in her writing.
Emilya Naymark is an artist and short-story writer whose debut novel, Hide in Place, is a cross between women's fiction and police procedure that will debut in February. She speaks of the differences in writing novels vs. short stories, how she does her intensive research, the beauty of picking just the right word and so much more so sit back and enjoy!
Dr. Kathryn Jarvis may have worked in academia but her story is anything but academic. Her memoir involves the breakup of a marriage due to the AIDS crisis in the late 1980's and the story recounted in A Red Door is honest, raw and unlike anything you've heard before so sit back and enjoy!
D.M. Barr writes novels of suspense, sex and satire.