Interview with memoirist Rita Pomade

Memoirist Rita Pomade joins me today to chat about Seeker: A Sea Odyssey.  This is just one stop in a virtual book tour she’s doing with WOW – Women on Writing – The Muffin! Full list of tour stops is below. Bio: Rita Pomade, a native New Yorker, first settled in Mexico before immigrating to Quebec.  Read More

Interview with novelist and screenwriter Sarah Stonich

Today’s special author guest is writer Sarah Stonich. She’s chatting with me about her new women’s fiction comedy, Fishing! Bio: Sarah Stonich is a novelist and screenwriter. Her first book, These Granite Islands was a Barnes and Noble Great New Writers pick and was translated into eleven languages. Her second, The Ice Chorus, was also widely Read More

Interview with women’s fiction author Pamela Taylor

Today’s special guest author is Pamela Taylor to chat with me about her new historical fiction, Pestilence. Bio: An avid reader of historical fact and fiction throughout her life, Pamela finds the past offers rich sources for character, ambiance, and plot that allow readers to escape into a world totally unlike their daily lives. A Read More

Interview with writer Joyce Shulman

My special guest today is writer Joyce Shulman and we’re chatting about Walk Your Way to Better. Bio: Joyce Shulman, founder and CEO of 99 Walks and Macaroni Kid reaches millions of moms each month with hyper-local and national e-newsletters and websites, social media content, video and her Weekly Walk podcast. Having created a one-of-a-kind Read More

Interview with writer Alexandra Franzen

Today’s special guest is Alexandra Franzen and we’re chatting about her new book, The Checklist Book: Set Realistic Goals, Celebrate Tiny Wins, Reduce Stress and Overwhelm, and Feel Calmer Every Day.          Bio: Alexandra Franzen is a writer, consultant, and entrepreneur based in Hawaii. She writes about a wide range of topics: life, love, death, grief, Read More

Interview with women’s fiction writer Linda Rosen

Welcome to Monday, readers. My special guest today is Linda Rosen. She’s chatting with me about her women’s fiction, The Disharmony of Silence. Bio: Linda Rosen, fitness professional turned writer, lives with her husband splitting their time between New Jersey and Florida. She was a contributor to Women in the Literary Landscape: A WNBA Centennial Read More

New interview with writer/memoirist Barbara Barth

Writer Barbara Barth is back on Reviews and Interviews. Today we’re chatting about her memoir, The Unfaithful Widow Ten Years Later. Bio: Author, blogger, sometimes antique dealer, dog hoarder, bedazzled by life. Widowed eleven years ago, Barbara writes about finding a creative path back to happiness. Her recent move to a 1906 historic cottage brought Read More

Interview with novelist R. Douglas Clark

Novelist R. Douglas Clark joins me today and we’re chatting about his new sci-fi, Welcome to Maravilla (pronounced Mara-VEE-yah). Bio: R. Douglas Clark was born in Vermont, grew up in Colorado, attended college in Chicago, and received a Master degree from Brown University. Seeing no future for himself in academia, he spent a year in Read More

Interview with Ruth Dennis about Alzheimer’s

This was due to be an interview, but it wasn’t received, so here’s a preview of the book and info on the authors. Mindful Dementia Care is a book of stories and a book of love. It is a book without denial, without any papering over of the challenges that can be involved with being a Read More

Interview with memoirist Albert Nasib Badre

A big welcome to today’s special guest author, Albert Nasib Badre. We’re chatting about his memoir, Looking West: TheJourney of a Lebanese a Lebanese American Immigrant. Bio: Albert Nasib Badre is an American author born in Beirut Lebanon. He immigrated to the United States with his family in 1960 at the age of fourteen. His family made Read More