New interview with crime fiction novelist Ed Duncan

A hearty welcome back to crime fiction author Ed Duncan. We’re chatting about his new novel, Rico Stays. You can read our last interview about The Last Straw. Bio: Ed is a graduate of Oberlin College and Northwestern University Law School. He was a partner at a national law firm in Cleveland, Ohio for many Read More

Interview with middle-grade fantasy novelist J.M. Bergen

Helping me kick off a new week is novelist J.M. Bergen. He’s chatting with me about his new middle-grade fantasy, Thomas Wildus and the Wizard of Sumeria. Bio: J.M.’s debut fantasy/magic series originally started as a bedtime story for his oldest son. The story turned into a saga, and one book turned into five. Thomas Wildus Read More

Interview with novelist Kathryn Schleich

My special guest today is writer Kathryn Schleich. She’s chatting with me about her new crime thriller, Salvation Station. Bio: Kathryn Schleich has been a writer for thirty years. Her most recent publications include the short story “Reckless Acts,” featured in After Effects: A Zimbell House Anthology, and her story “Grand Slam,” published in The Read More

Interview with debut mystery novelist Gregory Sterner

Debut mystery author Gregory Sterner joins me today to chat about his suspense novel Solving Cadence Moore. Bio: Gregory Sterner is inspired by the great storytelling presentations of National Public Radio, including This American Life and Wiretap, as well as novels by Stephen King, Elmore Leonard, and many others. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Read More

Interview with writer Jeffrey Konis

Writer Jeffrey Konis joins me today to talk about his new historical fiction / memoir, The Conversations We Never Had. Bio: After practicing law for many years, Jeffrey H. Konis left the profession to embark on a career as a high school social studies teacher. His first book, From Courtroom to Classroom: Making a Case Read More

Interview with crime thriller author Ed Duncan

Kicking off a holiday week with an interview with Ed Duncan about his crime thriller Pigeon-Blood Red. Bio: Ed Duncan is a graduate of Oberlin College and Northwestern University Law School. He was a partner at a national law firm in Cleveland, Ohio for many years. He currently lives outside of Cleveland, OH and is Read More

Interview with debut mystery novelist Kathryn Rogers

Today’s special guest is novelist Kathryn Rogers. She’s chatting with me about her debut paranormal mystery, Memphis Hoodoo Murders. Bio: Kathryn Rogers is a Memphis native with an affinity for local BBQ and blues rock-n-roll. As a licensed therapist, she holds her Master’s in Counseling and Psychology, and as a licensed educator, she holds her Bachelor’s Read More

Interview with young adult author Natalie Scott

Today’s special guest is young adult novelist Natalie Scott. We’re chatting about her newest YA romance Becoming Famous. Bio: Natalie Scott enjoys writing young adult contemporary romance novels. She published her debut novel Rules for Riders in August 2014. Rules for Riders is a fast-paced coming-of-age novel set in the competitive world of equestrian riding. Becoming Read More

Interview with crime fiction novelist Eric Matheny

Today’s highlight is the legal thriller, The Victim, by Eric Matheny. Bio: Eric Matheny was born in Los Angeles, California, where he lived until he went away to college at Arizona State University. At ASU he was president of Theta Chi Fraternity. He graduated with a degree in political science and moved to Miami, Florida, Read More

Interview with Roy A. Teel, Jr. as he introduces a new crime series

I’m kicking off a new week with an interview with Roy A. Teel Jr. He’s created a new 30-book crime series and is touring the first novel, Rise of The Iron Eagle. Bio: On May 11, 1995, at 30, Roy’s life was irrevocably changed. After walking into the hospital, he was admitted and later received the Read More