Writer Harriet Hodgson joins me today and we’re talking about her self-help inspirational book about caregiving, The Family Caregiver’s Guide: How to Care for a Loved One at Home. Bio: Rochester, Minnesota, USA resident Harriet Hodgson has been a freelance writer for 38 years, is the author of thousands of online/print articles, and 36 books.
Multi-genre novelist Layton Green is here today and we’re chatting about the first book in his new Blackwood Saga fantasy series, The Brothers Three. Bio: Layton is a bestselling author who writes across multiple genres, including mystery, thriller, suspense, horror, and fantasy. He is the author of the popular Dominic Grey series, as well as
Writer David L. Faucheux is here with me to chat about his memoir, Across Two Novembers: A Year in the Life of a Blind Bibliophile. During his virtual book tour, David will be awarding a library edition audio book (US only) to a lucky randomly drawn winner, or if an international winner, a $15 Amazon
Writer Antonio J. Hopson joins me today to talk about Nefarious, it has a bit of adventure, literary fiction, contemporary, and humor. Bio: Antonio J. Hopson is a fiction writer, poet, teacher, and father. He graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in environmental science, and is a biology teacher at Lakeside Middle
Novelist Young-Im Lee joins me today and we’re chatting about her historical thriller, Forgotten Reflections. Bio: Young-Im Lee was born in Mokpo, South Korea and relocated to Manila, Philippines at the age of one where she grew up in an international setting. She graduated with a BA in English Language and Literature from Seoul National
Today I have a special guest post by Rohase Piercy with Charlie Raven focused on A Case of Domestic Pilfering. It’s a story that presents Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson through the eyes of another couple, Guy Clements and Max Fareham, with whom they become embroiled through a series of misunderstandings.Bio: Rohase Piercy was born in London