Interview with historical suspense author Joyce Yarrow

Today’s special author guest is Joyce Yarrow to chat with me about her new historical suspense, Zahara and the Lost Books of Light. Bio: Joyce Yarrow is the author of literary novels of suspense that “appeal to readers who enjoy unusual stories with an international setting.” – Library Journal Her latest offering is a historical Read More

Interview with writer Matt Bloom

Writer Matt Bloom joins me today to chat about his literary fiction, Salt of the Nation. Bio: Matt Bloom is an anti-money laundering investigator who lives in New York City with his wife, Shelley Simmons-Bloom, and their cat, Bunny. His three previous novels are Blue Paradise (1998), A Death in the Hamptons (2002), and The Read More

Interview with thriller author John Casey

My special guest author today is John Casey who is chatting with me about his novel, Devolution. Bio: John Casey grew up in New Hampshire and earned a Master of Arts from Florida State University in 1994, then began his flying career as an airlift and developmental test pilot. Casey left the cockpit in 2005 Read More

Interview with writer Michael Washburn

Author Michael Washburn is here today chatting about his collection of short stories, Stranger, Stranger. Bio: Michael Washburn is a Brooklyn-based writer and journalist. His short stories have appeared in numerous journals and magazines including Green Hills Literary Lantern, Rosebud, Adelaide Literary Magazine, Weird Fiction Review, New Orphic Review, Stand, Still Point Arts Quarterly, Lakeview Read More

Interview with writer Donna Koros Stramella

Today’s special guest is Donna Koros Stramella. She’s chatting with me about her new women’s fiction, Coffee Killed My Mother. Bio: Donna Koros Stramella is a writer from Maryland whose fiction and nonfiction pieces have been published in Adelaide Literary Magazine, Scarlet Leaf Review, Columbia Magazine, and the Baltimore Sun. She is a previous award-winning Read More

Interview with literary novelist Uday Mukerji

Today’s special guest is Uday Mukerji and we’re chatting about his new literary fiction Dead Man Dreaming. Bio: Uday Mukerji was born in India and had worked as a creative director in advertising agencies in Singapore for nearly twenty years. However, in 2009, he left his job to pursue a career in writing. His first Read More