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Authors on the Air Global Radio Network

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February 27, 2021 35 min
In today’s episode, we visit with best-selling writer Steve Berry, author of “The Kaiser’s Web,” a Cotton Malone adventure in which a secret dossier from a World War II-era Soviet spy threatens to re-write history and forever alter the political landscape of Europe. With a national election looming, these secrets of the past will determine who becomes the next Chancellor—a dedicated patriot or a usurper, stoking the flames of nat...
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In today’s episode, we visit with Kristen Rademacher, author of From the Lake House: A Mother’s Odyssey of Loss and Love, a memoir of resilience and hope in the face of a devastating loss. This achingly honest memoir explores issues of grief and identity as a woman gives up her dream of motherhood, and the idea of leaving an old life behind to forge something new. Poignant and perceptive, “From the Lake House” explores the echoes ...
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Deborah Blake is the award-winning author of the Baba Yaga and Broken Rider paranormal romance series and the Veiled Magic urban fantasies from Berkley. Deborah has also written A Year and a Day of Everyday Witchcraft, The Goddess is in the Details, Everyday Witchcraft and numerous other books from Llewellyn, along with a popular tarot deck. She has published articles in Llewellyn annuals, and her ongoing column, “Everyday Witchc...
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https://www.neiderman.com/ The Most Successful Ghost Writer In American Literary History. This past March 1st, marked the 29th year Andrew Neiderman has continued the V.C. Andrews franchise, one of the world’s biggest literary franchises and the longest continually running. Along with his own publications, 46, the most famous of which is The Devil’s Advocate, Neiderman has already gone over 115 published novels, seven of which had...
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Writing music, writing books, writing poetry; no matter the medium, you can do one, you can accomplish and do it all. Being an advocate for yourself, your loved ones and those who have some extra needs, be kind, be aware and be strong. This inspiring duo joins us this week talking about Poohlicious and its journey to the shelves. They say it takes a village to raise a child, and these folks definitely show us that, that statement i...
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February 26, 2021 3 min
Hollywood Reboots focus on beloved characters, placing them in new situations, where their super powers can be used in a new way. How we adapt and innovate with regard to our brands as writers can make our career story is a best seller.
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February 24, 2021 25 min
Barbara Meyer Link  is an award-winning California author and poet. She's the recipient of the Sacramento State University Bazzanella Prize for fiction. Her 2010 memoir, Blue Shy, won first prize in the Sacramento Friends of the Library First Chapter contest. She is also the co-author of  "Coffee and Ink", a handbook for writing groups. For fifteen years she shared her poetic gifts as a  teacher. Her debut novel  is &#...
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Amanda Flower, author of Farm to Trouble, joins me in the corner today. Farm to Trouble is the first in the new Farm to Table mysteries. Tune in to hear how the farm-to-table movement inspired a murder mystery, learn about small-town Michigan, and find out why bird watching and alternative energy are a lot more exciting than you thought. Find Amanda at www.amandaflower.com, on Facebook at @authoramandaflower, and on Instagram ...
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On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews Kentucky author Leesa Cross-Smith about her new novel THIS CLOSE TO OKAY. Leesa Cross-Smith is a homemaker and the author of Every Kiss A War, Whiskey & Ribbons, So We Can Glow, and This Close To Okay. She lives in Kentucky with her husband and their two teenagers. Find more at LeesaCrossSmith.com.
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February 23, 2021 29 min
PAST SHOWS: http://www.dplylemd.com/criminal-mischief.html SHOW NOTES: http://www.dplylemd.com/criminal-mischief-notes/44-setting-as-character.html Can a story be set just anywhere? Some can, but most rely on the location and time period to underpin and amplify the story. In the best stories, setting becomes an essential character. Can you imagine James Lee Burke’s iconic Dave Robicheaux being anywhere but Louisiana? What about L...
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In today’s episode, we visit with authors Wilnona Marie and Jade Dee about their book “And I Thought Divorce Was Bad: With Other Life Lessons.” When your life changes where do you find yourself? How do you find yourself? This is a collection of short stories and poems describing the journey of four women as they cope with life, accept the changes, and discover their new selves. Wilnona and Jade call themselves the “And I Thought...
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In this episode 184, guest hosted by award-winning writer Paul Kurzeja, we visit with award-winning author Aaron Gwyn, whose latest book is “All God’s Children,” an enthralling novel set on the frontier of Texas in the period before the Civil War. The New York Times says “Gwyn’s novel is a powerful depiction of the rough realities of frontier life, of the vicious influence of racism in a place where ‘men who didn’t dare look at yo...
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https://www.lieseschwarz.com Liese O'Halloran Schwarz grew up in Washington, DC after an early childhood overseas. She attended Harvard University, and then medical school at University of Virginia. While in medical school, she won the Henfield/Transatlantic Review Prize for her short fiction, and also published her first novel, Near Canaan. She specialized in emergency medicine, eventually returned to writing, and published ...
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February 21, 2021 5 min
Rocking Juliette to sleep and contemplating the irony that some of life’s most important lessons only become clear in the twilight.
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February 20, 2021 35 min
What triggers creativity? How do we learn to be creative when we are seemingly trained to follow processes, structure and formulas? Dabbling into multiple mediums of art and finding new ways to expand and trigger the brain. Shane Wilson award-winning author, 2 men acoustic band member is here with us this week sharing some inspirational insight into the world of being a writer and an author. • https://www.mirandaoh.com • https://...
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Authors on the Air host Pam Stack presents film and television actress Reagan Pasternak (HBO’s “Sharp Objects”, “Being Erica”) who has just released her first book, entitled Griffin’s Heart, Mourning Your Pet With No Apologies. Part memoir and part interactive guide, the book recounts the author’s personal experiences mourning a pet while leading the reader through healing exercises and providing space for journaling, sharing phot...
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https://www.martinsawa.com/ Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes entrepreneur and author Martin Sawa, who discusses his life as a Ukranian immigrant to the United States at thirty with a wife and child, and dreams of a successful life promised to his parents. Navigating the skyscrapers of San Francisco and the gritty streets of Oakland, Sawa is on the verge of fast money and fame in a land of opportunity and fortune. But h...
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February 19, 2021 41 min
https://timmeyerwrites.com Tim Meyer dwells in a dark cave near the Jersey Shore. He’s an author, husband, father, podcast host, blogger, coffee connoisseur, beer enthusiast, and explorer of worlds. He writes horror, mysteries, science fiction, and thrillers, although he prefers to blur genres and let the story fall where it may. http://www.chadlutzke.com/ Chad lives in Battle Creek, MI. with his wife and children. For over two ...
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February 18, 2021 47 min
Pamela Fagan Hutchins is one of my indy idols. Over the years, she's cracked the code on the magic mix of great content and savvy marketing, to build a loyal following and sell a ton of books. Her website, PamelaFaganHutchins.com is a text book example of how to develop lasting relationships with readers. And beyond her chops as a writer, she also teaches others what she's learned. Her Publishing Success Retreat is an essen...
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Tim Conroy is a poet and former educator. His work has been published in journals, magazines, and compilations, including Fall Lines, Auntie Bellum, Blue Mountain Review, Jasper, Marked by the Water, and Our Prince of Scribes: Writers Remember Pat Conroy. In 2017, Muddy Ford Press published his first book of poetry, Theologies of Terrain, edited by Columbia, South Carolina, poet laureate Ed Madden. A founding board member of the Pa...
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