New interview with Charles Porter

Award-winning novelist Charles Porter is back! Today we’re chatting about the third book in his Hearing Voices series, Shallcross: Animal Slippers. Bio: Born in 1944, Charles Porter grew up in Stuart, Florida on the St. Lucie River in the same old wooden house where his father was born. First going to public school, then Catholic school, Read More

New interview with legal thriller author Heath Daniels

I’m happy to welcome Heath Daniels back to the blog to chat about his latest novel – a new international legal thriller, Don’t Fence Me In. In December of 2017, Heath was here and chatted about two of his novels Three Kisses and Day of Judgment. Bio: For many years during his professional career as a Read More

New interview with legal thriller author Heath Daniels

I’m happy to welcome Heath Daniels back to the blog to chat about his latest novel – a new international legal thriller, Don’t Fence Me In. In December of 2017, Heath was here and chatted about two of his novels Three Kisses and Day of Judgment. Bio: For many years during his professional career as a Read More

Interview with YA paranormal author Rebecca Ripley

Author Rebecca Ripley is chatting with me today about her new YA paranormal fantasy, The Aberrant Sword.  >>The book is currently available for $.99 on Kindle.<< Bio: Rebecca Ripley grew up playing in the heather on the rolling hills of the Hampshire New Forest. Growing up in a region where witchcraft, legends and lore shape Read More

Interview with short story writer Hank Quense

Short story writer Hank Quense joins me today to talk about a series of sci-fi and fantasy mixed filled with military and political satire stories, Zaftan Troubles. Bio: Hank Quense writes satirical fantasy and sci-fi. Early in his writing career, he was strongly influenced by two authors: Douglas Adams and his Hitchhikers Guide to the Read More

New interview with novelist Ted Neill

Novelist Ted Neill is back for a visit. We’re chatting about his epic fantasy collection, The Complete Elk Rider’s Series, today. Bio: Globetrotter and writer Ted Neill has worked on five continents as an educator, health professional, and journalist. He is the founder and executive editor of Tenebray Press. His writing has appeared in The Read More

Interview with mystery author Matthew O’Connell

Mystery author Matthew O’Connell joins me today. We’re chatting about his new suspense, Spirit of the Fox. Bio: This is Matthew O’Connell’s second novel, following on the success of his critically acclaimed debut novel, The Painter of Time. He is an award-winning entrepreneur, and holds a Ph.D. in psychology. He splits his time between San Read More

Interview with women’s fiction novelist A.K. Arlington

Novelist A.K. Arlington joins me today to share a bit about her new women’s fiction novel, Anna: The Story Behind the Star. Bio: A.K. Arlington lives in Los Angeles with Bella, a fairly ancient Silken Windhound. A dog lover. An optimist or a pessimist, depending on the day (and sometimes the time of day). Loves Read More

New interview with author Tom Corbett

–> Welcome, Readers. I’m happy to have Tom Corbett back for a new interview. Today we’re chatting about his humorous memoir – Confessions of a Clueless Rebel (along with a companion book titled Confessions of a Wayward Academic). Bio: Tom Corbett is emeritus Senior Scientist and an affiliate of the Institute for Research on Poverty Read More

Interview with thriller author Daniel Welch

Author Daniel Welch joins me today to chat about his new medical-business thriller, Race for the Mind. Bio: Dan has spent his entire career in the pharmaceutical business – decades of experience in multi-national pharmaceutical companies and smaller, US-based biotech companies. He has had a leadership role in the development and launch of several “blockbuster” Read More