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Jan 27, 2023

Last fall, I talked with several authors about their novella collection (Episode 177) and learned about a new series they'd planned for 2023. Well, of course, I wanted to talk with them about it, and last week I "sat down" (I stand while recording, but you get my drift) with Heather Greer to talk about her book in the...


Jan 24, 2023

If you haven't seen the stunning cover of The Rose and the Thistle by Laura Frantz yet, I feel like I should ask if you've been feeling okay. It's been everywhere, and I've been drooling. So when I saw that I was going to get to chat with Laura about this book, let's just say I was a wee bit excited.  I mean......


Jan 20, 2023

Sometimes people write books that are as important as they are good. The Nede Rising series by Jess Corban fits that description perfectly. Corban boldly takes a look at the logical conclusion of our current anti-male sentiment if allowed to continue unchecked, and results both in a riveting story and a chilling...


Jan 17, 2023

Split-time novels are some of my favorites, and this year I discovered (and interviewed the authors of) two different World War II books with DNA connections. On the surface, you'd assume they'd be too alike to be interesting, but once you start reading, the similarities compound AND diverge at the same time,...


Jan 13, 2023

Though I'd never heard of Karl May before speaking with Robert Stermscheg. Once we chatted, I knew I had to have the first book in one of May's series, The Prussian LieutenantMy chat with Robert covered everything from his childhood in Europe, to his father's memoirs (fascinating!), and his love for May's books when...