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Helpful tips to ease the pain when loved one dies

By boomergirl, published on Jun 19, 2014

When Meryl Ain’s mother died after a brief illness, she was bereft and wondered how she could go on living without the everyday presence of her mom in her life. She looked for an optimistic book about going beyond mourning but couldn’t find one and discussed this subject with friends and acquaintances who had also had losses, and found that there were a myriad of proactive ways others had embraced to keep the memories of their loved ones alive after they were gone. Meryl’s mother was a big proponent of always having a project, so she decided to make this her project – discovering how to go... (more)

Tags: the living memories project, meryl ain, stewart ain, arthur m. fischman, how to deal with death

Book Publishing Report: Interview with Mary Carter

By boomergirl, published on Jul 21, 2013

Today we're talking to Mary Carter, author of Three Months in Florence. Three Months in Florence is published by Kensington Books and Mary is here to tell us all about her experences getting her book published.

Congratulations on your new book! Before we ask how you did it, can you tell us a little about your book?

Three Months in Florence is about Lena, a stay-at-home Mom who finds out her art professor husband is having an affair while teaching abroad in Florence, Italy. Lena packs up the kids and the dog and flies to Florence to confront him and his mistress. From there... (more)

Tags: women's fiction, mary carter, three months in florence

On Being an Author: Interview with Veronica Frances

By boomergirl, published on May 30, 2013

We’re pleased to have Veronica Frances here with us today. Veronica is the author of the adult fiction, Tickling Daphne H. We asked her all about her book and her writing life.

Congratulations on your new book! Before we ask how you did it, can you tell us a little about your book?

Tickling Daphne H. is the story of 21-year-old Daphne Hamilton, a young woman who is very confused about her feelings regarding tickling and being tickled. She really doesn’t want to deal with it and wishes she could just ignore the issue altogether.

Unfortunately for her, her boyfriend Dave... (more)

Tags: tickling daphne h., veronica frances

Self-Publishing Report: Interview with Suzanne Jenkins

By boomergirl, published on Mar 27, 2013

I have a wonderful guest with me today. Suzanne Jenkins, author of The Greeks of Beaubien Street, is going to tell you what it's like to self-publish and give you a few tips to help you if you decide to self-publish your book.

Thank you for this interview, Suzanne. You self-published your latest book, The Greeks of Beaubien Street. Would you please tell us why you chose the self-publishing route?

Thank you so much for having me. I chose to self-publish while I searched for an agent because I’m an older person. I don’t feel like I have years to waste waiting for... (more)

Tags: self-publishing, the greeks of beaubien street, suzanne jenkins

Self-Publishing Report: Interview with Susan DiPlacido

By boomergirl, published on Mar 2, 2013

I have a wonderful guest with me today. Susan DiPlacido, author of Shuffle Up and Deal, is going to tell you what it's like to self-publish and give you a few tips to help you if you decide to self-publish your book.

Susan is the author of 24/7, Trattoria, Mutual Holdings, House Money, Lady Luck, Shuffle Up and Deal, and American Cool. Trattoria was nominated for the Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award for Best Small Press Romance 2005, and her short story, “I, Candy,” won the Spirit Award at the 2005 Moondance International Film Festival. American Cool won the bronze... (more)

Tags: author interviews, self-publishing, susan diplacido, shuffle up and deal, self-published authors, indie authors

Book Publishing Report: Interview with Brandt Dodson

By boomergirl, published on Feb 11, 2013

We're talking today to Brandt Dodson, author of the thriller crime, The Sons of Jude. The Sons of Jude is published by Monarch Books.

Congratulations on your new book! Before we ask how you did it, can you tell us a little about your book?

The Sons of Jude is the first in a series featuring a fictional district in the Chicago Police Department. In that sense, it's similar to the 87th precinct novels of the late Ed McBain. It's also very different in the fact that the series features a real department in a real city. Characters within the district will come and go over the course... (more)

Tags: book publishing, the sons of jude, monarch books, brandt dodson, book publishing secrets, book publishing how to

Self-Publishing Report: Interview with Wayne Hatford

By boomergirl, published on Feb 6, 2013

I have a wonderful guest with me today. Wayne Hatford, author of Going for Excelsior: Thriving in Seniorhood, is going to tell you what it's like to self-publish and give you a few tips to help you if you decide to self-publish your book. Wayne is a teacher, writer, editor and author dedicated to bridging the gap between the physical and non-physical worlds. To that end, he channeled a friend, Janice Horn ~ “Letters from Janice: Correspondence with the Astral Plane” and, more recently, the spirit essence of Rudolph Valentino ~ “Valentino Speaks: The Wisdom of Rudolph Valentino”... (more)

Tags: author interviews, seniors, boomers, rudolf valentino, wayne hatford, going for excelsior

Self-Publishing Report: Interview with Linda Kovic-Skow

By boomergirl, published on Jan 31, 2013

I have a wonderful guest with me today. Linda Kovic-Skow, author of French Illusions, is going to tell you what it's like to self-publish and give you a few tips to help you if you decide to self-publish your book. Linda resides in Kirkland, Washington. She earned an Associate Degree in Medical Assisting in 1978 from North Seattle Community College and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Seattle University in 1985. She has been married for 27 years and has two daughters. An enthusiastic traveler, Linda also enjoys boating, gardening and socializing with friends.... (more)

Tags: self-publishing, memoir, french illusions, linda kovic-skow

Book Publishing Report: Interview with Holly Bush

By boomergirl, published on Jan 20, 2013

We're talking today to Holly Bush, author of the historical fiction, Reconstructing Jackson. Reconstructing Jackson is published by BookBaby.

Congratulations on your new book! Before we ask how you did it, can you tell us a little about your book?

I’d love to and thanks so much for having me. In 1867,Southerner, Reed Jackson, returns to his family’s plantation after the Civil War in a wheelchair. Schooled as a lawyer, he moves west to start again after his father deeds the Jackson holdings to a younger brother. Circumstances bring Reed and Belle Richards together, a dirt poor... (more)

Tags: historical fiction, get published, how to get published, reconstructing jackson, holly bush

Book Publishing Report: Interview with Stefan Vucak

By boomergirl, published on Jan 20, 2013

We're talking today to Stefan Vucak, author of the political fiction, Cry of Eagles. Cry of Eagles is published by Solstice Publishing.

Congratulations on your new book! Before we ask how you did it, can you tell us a little about your book?

Cry of Eagles is about a Mossad conspiracy to drag America into a war. Iran’s nuclear capability represents a clear national threat to Israel. Although concerned, the United States and Europe are reluctant to increase sanctions. Frustrated that nothing is being done, Mossad decides to force the United States into action. A black ops team... (more)

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