Mark de Castrique and I did this interview in front of a live audience at the Novels and Novelties Book Store. The audience added a lot of good questions and energy and we had a great time talking about books, Watergate and much more. To follow Mark and his latest work visit http://www.markdecastrique.com.
This episode features award winning author, Leanna Sain. We talked about her latest book, Red Curtains, about her romantic suspense trilogy, The Gate to Nowhere, and much more. For more on Leanna and her work visit her website at http://leannasain.com .
I talked to Shirrel Rhodes today about everything from comic books to magazines to novels, and especially about his latest publishing venture, Absolutely Amazing e Books. For more visit www.AbsolutelyAmazingEbooks.com.
This was a fun discussion with a very accomplished author, Jacob M Appel. To learn more about Jacob and his work you can visit http://www.jacobmappel.com
For this episode I met with the multitalented James Loy. We talked about his writing, including fiction and biography, about Charles Darwin and Darwin’s wife, primate behavior, and even the art of change ringing. You can learn more about Jim’s books at booksbyjamesdoy.com.
This was a really fun interview with three strong authors who clearly know their craft. They are teaming up along with a fourth writer, Marybeth Mayhew Whalen, for a joint promotional tour. You can follow the group, Authors Out of Carolina, on Facebook and visit their individual websites as well:
I met with my old friend, Renee Kumor, at the Novels and Novelties Bookstore. We talked about her romance/mystery series called the River Bend Chronicles. For more about Renee and her work visit reneekumor.com. Enjoy.
I talked with Philip about his latest novel, The Dark of the Island, about his other books, and much else. For more about this interesting author and his work visit
OK, we didn’t really interview Edgar Allan Poe, but we did the next best thing. We visited the Poe Museum in Richmond, Virginia spoke with curator and Poe scholar, Chris Semtner. For more information on the museum and all things poe visit www.poemuseum.org.
I got to talk with Christy English a month or so after publication of How to Wed a Warrior, second book in her Broadswords and Ballrooms series.
Check out news and details at christyenglish.com