On a recent trip to Washington D.C. I spoke with John Burgess. John has two nonfiction books on ancient Cambodia, Temple in the Clouds and Stories in Stone. He also has two fictional novels set in the same time and place, A Woman of Angkor and The Stairway Guide’s Daughter.
We talked to tween author Laurie McKay at her book signing at the Novels & Novelties Bookstore (formerly The Fountainhead Bookstore.) She had just released her second book in the Dragon Charmer series and was greeted by a crowd of happy kids. For more about Laurie McKay visit www.lauriemckay.net
I met up with Joy Resor again to talk about her new children’s book , Designed to Shine. To learn more about Joy and her work you can visit her website at http://joyonyourshoulders.com.
I talked with Charlotte about her memoir I Still Have it All. To follow Charlotte you can visit http://www.dontgiveupministry.com
I talked with author Joy Resor about her book, Go In Joy, An Alphabetical Adventure. To read more about Joy and her various creations you can visit her website at http://joyonyourshoulders.com.
Kimberley Jochl has experienced things most of us only dream of. Fly Baby is her dramatic story of life at the very highest level of international ski racing competition and how that experience has affected her life. For more on Kimberley and her books visit http://kimberleyjochl.com .
I had a lot of fun talking with Gary Sizer about his book,Where’s the Next Shelter. Its a great story of hiking the A.T. To follow Gary and his writing and teaching you can visit http://garysizer.com .
This week I met up with Jon Decker at the Barns and Nobel Bookstore at Biltmore Part to learn about his book, Golf is My Life. You can follow news about Jon and his book at http://jondeckergolf.com .
I got to talk to Christy English about the release of her third book in the Broadswords and Ballrooms series: How to Train Your Highlander. To follow all the news and blogs visit
In this episode I talked with two tween authors, Monica Schroeder and Shannon Hitchcock. I found out these writers are not afraid to tackle some serious topics, but they do so in ways that engage and entertain their target age group. To learn more about them and their books you can visit their websites at http://www.monikaschroeder.com and http://www.shannonhitchcock.com .
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.