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We welcome today baby boomer and author Kay Marshall Strom. Kay is the author of The Second-Half Adventure: Don't Just Retire - Use Your Time, Skills & Resources to Change the World (Moody Publishers).

Q. Thank you for this interview, Kay. Can we begin by having you tell us why you chose to write for baby boomers?

Because they are, without a doubt, a crowd to be reckoned with. A generation of 77 million, they are just starting to enter retirement age. But instead of planning for the end of their lives as other generations have done, boomers are healthy, many are comfortably... Read More

Although Kaylin McFarren wasn’t born with a pen in hand like so many of her talented fellow authors, she has been actively involved in both business and personal writing projects for many years. As the director of a fine art gallery, she assisted in furthering the careers of numerous visual artists who under her guidance gained recognition through promotional opportunities and in national publications. Eager to spread her own creative wings, she has since steered her energy toward writing novels. As a result, she has earned more than a dozen literary awards and was a 2008 finalist in the prestigious... Read More

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, thoughts turn to cupids and romantic nights but to some Valentine’s Day is just another day. Even though love does grow for most happy couples, sometimes it takes an unexpected twist and turn along the way, leaving us looking for answers to that age old question, “How do we keep love alive?”

Joining us today is relationship expert, Maria Andrade, author of Heart Magic: Keeping Love Alive and Well. She is here to talk about keeping the love alive and offers advice on how to do just that.

Thank you for this interview, Maria. You have quite... Read More

Dot Ryan, author of the historical novel, Corrigans’ Pool, lives in Corpus Christi, Texas with her husband, Sam. She is busy writing her second and third works of historical fiction, one of which is the upcoming sequel to Corrigans’ Pool. To learn more about Dot and where to buy Corrigans’ Pool, and also to read Part One of the upcoming sequel, please visit her website at http:www.dotryanbooks.com.

We interviewed Dot to find out more about her writing life and publishing journey.

Thank you for this interview, Dot. Can we start out by telling us whether you are published for... Read More

Joining us today is author, speaker and occasional talk show host Susie Larson. We'll be talking about her writing and her latest release, Embracing Your Freedom: A Personal Experience of God's Heart for Justice.

Welcome Susie. We are excited to have you here. Can you please tell our readers a bit about yourself?

Thanks for having me! Here’s my bio: With enthusiasm, humor, and conviction, author/speaker Susie Larson has spoken to thousands of women locally, nationally, and internationally. She recently finished writing her sixth book, “Growing Grateful Kids,” which releases... Read More

Today we welcome author Greg Middleton, whose books are designed to bring self-reflection, healing and restoration to individuals and families. His latest book is Real Men. We'll talk to Greg about his writing, Real Men, and what he'll be working on in 2010.

Welcome Greg. We are excited to have you here. Can you please tell our readers a bit about yourself?

I am a writer, community leader, public speaker and advocate. I am the author of In Search of the Soul, Pearls of Wisdom, Food for the Soul, Living Christianity, and The Seeker, which are highly inspirational works designed... Read More

Michael Anthony seemed destined to serve from the day he was born. The youngest of seven children, Michael has four brothers and two sisters, all but one of whom joined the military. His father and two grandfathers were also in the Military.

After graduating high school, he joined the Army Reserves, went through basic training, and then went through job training to become an Operating Room Medic. One year later he returned home and enrolled in college to begin his first semester. Almost immediately upon finishing his first semester he was shipped off to Wisconsin to train for four months... Read More

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