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Where authors get personal about their books, their writing, and their passions!

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Where authors get personal about their books, their writing, and their passions!

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Episodes

Exit to Morvana - An Interview with Marilynn Wood

6/12/2022
Books have been a part of Marilynn Wood’s world for as long as she can remember. She was influenced by her maternal grandmother, a teacher, who exposed her to reading and writing at an early age. She wrote her first story in first grade and caught the literary bug, though it would be many years later for her dream to become an author was realized. What started as a book about the socio-economic problems on our planet took a turn to SciFi when a UFO experience caused her to wonder about...

Duration:00:29:54

Strategy Quest: An Interview with Paul Sacco

5/19/2022
In his role as President of Propheta Lucro Management Consultants, Paul Sacco develops and delivers leadership development programs that enable people to create, verify and decide ideas for strategy, innovation, and complex problem-solving. He is also the author of Strategy Quest – The Executive Guide for Finding Business Opportunities. Paul is a graduate of the University of Toronto, where he earned both a B.A.Sc. and an MBA. He is also a certified MBTI Practitioner. Paul's volunteer...

Duration:00:23:59

Self-Publish and Succeed: An Interview with Julie Broad

5/16/2022
Julie Broad, founder of the self-publishing services firm Book Launchers and Amazon Overall #1 Best-Selling Author, knows what it takes to successfully self-publish a book. Her popular YouTube channel, BookLaunchers.TV, embodies the hashtag of #noboringbooks helping nonfiction authors write and market books people want to read. Julie’s titles include More than Cashflow, which topped Amazon, The New Brand You, and her latest book, Self-Publish & Succeed. A recognized real estate investor,...

Duration:00:25:31

Bop-It and No More Covid - An Interview with Jessica Wohlgemuth

5/9/2022
Jessica Wohlgemuth is a country prairie girl who grew up on a little hobby farm passionate about animals. Her two favorite bunnies were named Flip and Flop. Oh, how she loved her soft fluffy pets! Now with nieces and nephew spending hours chasing their own bunnies, she couldn’t help but imagine what life would be like if bunnies lived in a sort of people world, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. To learn more about Jessica Wohlgemuth and her work visit her Etsy shop: The Hidden Pine...

Duration:00:22:52

”Spit” An Interview with Daniel Lassell

5/4/2022
Daniel Lassell is the author of Spit (Wheelbarrow Books / Michigan State University Press, 2021), winner of the 2020 Wheelbarrow Books Emerging Poetry Prize selected by Gabrielle Calvocoressi, and winner of the 2021-22 Reader Views Gold Award for Poetry and the Inside Scoop Live Award for the Most Innovative Poetry Book. He is also the author of a chapbook, Ad Spot (Ethel Zine and Micro Press, 2021), and his poems have appeared in the Colorado Review, Cherry Tree, and Prairie Schooner, among...

Duration:00:31:33

Garvey Feinstein - An Interview with Julian Tryst

5/3/2022
Julian Tryst is a fiction author from Canada who likes to observe the messed-up aspects of human nature and make stories out of them. For more information about Julian and his work, visit his website at https://juliantryst.com/ TOPICS OF CONVERSATION: GARVEY FEINSTEIN: HOLLYWOOD PREDATOR The story of the rise and fall of a lecherous and uncouth Hollywood mogul named Garvey. A man who sought clout and influence to remedy his past frustrations, and who ended up using and abusing those...

Duration:00:22:45

Happy Jack Sad Jack - An Interview with Mark Bello

5/2/2022
As an attorney and civil justice advocate, author Mark M. Bello draws upon over 40 years of courtroom experience in his Zachary Blake Legal Thriller Series. A Michigan native, Mark received his B.A. in English Literature from Oakland University and his law degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. After working extremely high-profile legal cases, Mark wanted to give the public a front-row glimpse of what victims face when standing up for justice. Combining his legal experience and passion...

Duration:00:27:41

Scatter Seeds of Kindness - An Interview with Kristin Bloch

4/24/2022
Kristin Bloch first began rhyming words together at a very young age. Soon these words expanded into poems and stories that enchanted family and friends. A compilation of those writings was recently released in her first book, Walk Through a Field of Flowers. Kristin works full time and has earned an MBA degree from the University of Phoenix. Kristin is also a certified personal trainer and certified Pilates instructor, teaching several classes each week. Scatter Seeds of Kindness is her...

Duration:00:21:34

”You Have the Right to Remain Silent” An Interview with Mark M. Bello

4/19/2022
As an attorney and civil justice advocate, author Mark M. Bello draws upon over 40 years of courtroom experience in his Zachary Blake Legal Thriller Series. A Michigan native, Mark received his B.A. in English Literature from Oakland University and his law degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. After working extremely high-profile legal cases, Mark wanted to give the public a front-row glimpse of what victims face when standing up for justice. Combining his legal experience and passion...

Duration:00:30:58

A Slippery Shadow - An Interview with Gary D. McGugan

4/14/2022
Recently awarded a Gold Medal by Reader Views 2021-22 Literary Awards in the Mystery/Thriller category, writing started for Gary D. McGugan after a 40-year career in the world of business. He’s worked in supermarkets, sold appliances, distributed motorcycles, launched an automobile dealer network, and provided financing to help businesses grow. Every industry was very different from the other. Each company had a distinctive culture and character, but all were units of large corporations with...

Duration:00:26:48

Farewell the Dragon - An Interview with Lee Barckmann

4/8/2022
I grew up in Barnegat NJ, and had a Huck Finn childhood, surrounded by woods, streams, and meadows. In the 1950s, 1200 people lived there. I have two younger sisters, Laura and Liza, both now professionally accomplished, with kids and husbands. Our Dad, a merchant seaman for most of his life, had a small business raising lab mice for companies like Squibbs and Merck. He was an amazing story teller, a great little league coach, and a town character. Mom was from the mountain region of North...

Duration:00:27:22

Still on Fire: Field Notes from a Queer Mystic - An Interview with Jan Phillips

3/24/2022
Jan Phillips' quest has taken her into and out of a religious convent, across the country on a Honda motorcycle, and around the world on a one-woman peace pilgrimage. She is the founder and Executive Director of the Livingkindness Foundation, which created a Learning Center in Nigeria and supports anti-racist creative projects by black women in the U.S. Jan is the author of eleven award-winning books and a thought leader who bridges spiritual intelligence, evolutionary creativity, and...

Duration:00:40:36

”Wisdom” - An Interview with Jason Merchey

3/21/2022
The founder of Values of the Wise, Jason Merchey is also a philosophical thinker, master’s level psychologist, proponent of the research ideal, social critic, author / essayist / blogger, and a student of the tradition of arts and letters. Growing up Jewish in a suburb of Los Angeles, he grappled with sociocultural, familial, religious, psychological, and self motivation issues that led to much of the insight he has today. After junior college, he earned a bachelor’s degree summa cum laude...

Duration:00:37:37

An Interview with B.A. Bellec Author of PULSE

3/18/2022
B.A. Bellec’s debut novel, Someone’s Story, won the Reader Views Reader’s Choice Literary Award for Young Adult Book of the Year. Someone’s Story is a young adult coming-of-age book and has seen good support over Instagram, YouTube, and Goodreads. One of the aspects that makes Bellec’s projects unique is he includes musicians in his novels and then he actually produces the songs as his book goes through the editing stages. Bellec was born in Richmond, BC, and raised in Langley, BC, before...

Duration:00:33:30

Town Lawe - An Interview with Author Bruno Pirecki

3/12/2022
Before devoting himself to writing, award-winning author Bruno Pirecki spent over two decades as a Nashville entertainment industry executive, specializing in strategic alliances and artist relations. A native of Capitol Hill in Seattle, Washington, he spent his formative years enjoying the beauty of the San Juan Islands and the mountains of the Pacific Northwest. He is a thirty-year resident of Franklin, Tennessee, and lives downtown with his wife, Jennifer; their three rescue cats; and one...

Duration:00:30:05

California Chrome: Our Story - An Interview with Perry Martin

3/4/2022
Perry Martin’s career was in performing root cause failure analysis for the USAF performing “aircraft mishap investigations” and then for the private sector involving failures in high reliability equipment. His first book was Electronic Failure Analysis Handbook, published by McGraw Hill in 1999 and was a comprehensive overview of the use of root cause failure analysis in developing more reliable electronic equipment. “California Chrome Our Story” documents the development of a champion...

Duration:00:29:12

They Called Me Mama - An Interview with Gloria Swift

3/2/2022
Gloria A. Swift immigrated to the United States in 1973 and served in the United States Army where she received many "firsts" in awards and recognition. Ms. Swift also served as the first female police officer on the Foster City Police Department. Those were the days when it was difficult for black women to integrate into a white, male-dominated profession. Ms. Swift is a retired educator who holds multiple degrees and credentials in Education. 'Thank You, Ms. Swift - It's Not about As and...

Duration:00:34:05

Chaos Above the Sand - An Interview with Bruce Thomas

2/25/2022
Bruce Thomas was raised in Farmington, Missouri, by two loving parents. Playing four sports in high school while playing in the band, singing and acting in a local play, he obtained a fantastic education and well-rounded childhood. After high school, Bruce was appointed to the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. After four years of strenuous physical and mental activities, he graduated in 1980 as a second lieutenant with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering. After...

Duration:00:30:03

The Savage Path: A Memoir of Modern Masculinity - An Interview with David L. Savage

2/22/2022
David L. Savage grew up as an Air Force brat in West Texas with a deep and rich scouting background beginning in Cub Scouts, achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, and earning the bronze, silver and gold palms, then establishing and leading a high adventure Explorer Post before heading to Texas A&M University to study engineering. The summer after graduating from Texas A&M, he worked as a backpacking guide, or Ranger, at Philmont Scout Ranch and Explorer Base in Cimarron, New Mexico. David has...

Duration:00:36:49

Grydscaen Dark: An Interview with Natsuya Uesugi DuBois

2/18/2022
A writer with a BA in English, a minor in Japanese, an art degree in animation, and an MBA in International Management, certificate in Social Engineering and multiple awards for articles on Net Neutrality, Privacy, LGBT Youth Homelessness, Cybersecurity and Cyberbullying, Natsuya Uesugi is writing his dream of showcasing fictional minority characters in positions of power. Of Mixed Multi-cultural heritage (Indigenous, Asian, French, Scottish, Dutch, African-American), he sees life through...

Duration:00:34:37