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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)
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)
High-tech becomes high-risk in Denise Robbins’ novels. The New Hampshire based author uses two decades of experience in computers to explore the killer possibilities in technology. Denise integrates her knowledge of computers and technology along with secrets, intrigue, suspense, and even a little romance into all of her techno-romantic thriller novels. Readers and reviewers agree Denise writes stories that will keep you at the edge of your seat and clamoring for more.
Her latest book is Phish NET Stalkings.
You can visit her website at http://www.deniserobbins.com.... (more)
Twelve years earlier, Olivia and Joel Cameron invited the family to spend the weekend at their new country home. Olivia hoped to provide them all with a much-needed escape from their anxiety over the recession crippling the nation; instead, the visit ended in tragedy when Scott, Joel’s wild and outrageously sexy youngest brother, was found dead. The repercussions tore the family apart.
Now, Olivia’s sister Violet has persuaded her to host a reunion. She claims it’s time they finally put the past behind them and laid their ghosts to rest. However, some wounds run too deep to heal,... (more)
We’re talking books with Greg Messel, author of the wonderful new book, The Illusion of Certainty.
The Illusion of Certainty follows two parallel storylines. Marc is a successful businessman who seems to have everything—a great job, a beautiful wife, a house in an upscale neighborhood of Portland, Oregon and two great kids who are preparing for college. But something is not right. Marc is unsettled by the sudden change in his wife, Aimee, who seems distant and unhappy. What’s going on with her?
The second storyline involves a successful young attorney, Alexandra Mattson. Alex,... (more)
Today's guest author is Hugh Aaron, author of the wonderful new book, Stories From a Lifetime. Hugh is a native of Worcester, Massachusetts, and received a Liberal Arts degree in the Humanities at The University of Chicago. For three years as a Seabee, he served in the South Pacific during WWII. He was CEO of his own plastics manufacturing business for 20 years before selling it to write full time. Several of his short stories have been published in the national magazines and 18 of his essays on business management have appeared in The Wall Street Journal. He is also the author... (more)
May, 1946. America is basking in hard-won peace and prosperity. The OSS has been disbanded, CIA does not yet exist. Rumors swirl about the Red Army massing tanks along the Elbe in East Germany.
Former OSS agent Hal Schroeder gets an offer from Global Commerce LTD to be a trade rep in Berlin. He flies to New York to meet his new boss. Hal’s jaw drops when former OSS Chief Wild Bill Donovan strides in. Schroeder, who survived perilous duty behind German lines, says he is no longer interested in being a spy. General Donovan assures him that’s not part of his job description.
Ever wonder if self-publishing is the route we need to take when thinking about publishing our book? Joining us today is self-published author James Diehl who went through a mainstream publisher for his first book and then turned around and self-published his second. His second book, World War II Heroes of Southern Delaware, will be available for purchase on Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11 ’09.
Thank you for this interview, James. You self-published your latest book, World War II Heroes of Southern Delaware. Would you please tell us why you... (more)
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