Plus One, interview with author Christopher Noxon

Christopher Noxon talked to us about novel with some similarities to his life.  About Plus One: Plus One novel is a comedic take on bread-winning women & stay-at-home husbands in contemporary Los Angeles. To find out more about Noxon and the book, as well as to see examples of his illustration, visit his official website and follow him on Twitter. Here […]

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Amish Vampires in Space, interview with author Kerry Nietz

Amish Vampires in Space

Yes, you read that right!  We had a very interesting conversation with author Kerry Nietz about his recently released book, Amish Vampires in Space. About Amish Vampires: The Amish world of Alabaster calls upon an ancient promise to escape destruction. Then end up on a cargo ship bound for the stars.  But they are not the only cargo on board. […]

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Mortal End, interview with Toula James-Messer

Mortal End

Toula James-Messer has written a fairytale for the older crowd.  Check out our interview about Mortal End: A Simmering Pit of Jiggery Pokery. About Mortal End: This fantasy whodunnit ‘Mortal End: A Simmering Pit of Jiggery Pokery,’ is filled with mystery and humour, a tantalising sense of suspense and absurd darkness, which will capture your imagination in a way no other […]

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Economics of the Undead, interview with authors Glen Whitham & James Dow

Economics of the Undead

We had a little trouble with the phone lines in the new studio so we really only chatted with one author about the book but it was really interesting all the same. About Economics of the Undead: Whether preparing us for economic recovery after the zombie apocalypse, analyzing vampire investment strategies, or illuminating the market forces that affect vampire-human romances, […]

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The Thirteenth Child, interview with author David Dean

David Dean

Author David Dean called in to talk about his new release, The Thirteenth Child. About the 13th Child: Police Chief Nick Catesby has been haunted for seven years by the unsolved disappearance of a young boy from his peaceful New Jersey town seven years before. When Megan Guthrie goes missing from her school playground, followed quickly by two teenage boys, […]

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Better Nate Than Ever, interview with author Tim Federle

Better Nate Than Ever

Broadway books for kids?  You had me at hello.  We chatted with Tim Federle about his “Nate” series of books and his real life on Broadway.  We also touched on his adult beverage series beginning with Gone With the Gin. About Better Nate… Ages 9-14. A New York Times Notable Book of the Year, Better Nate Than Ever is about a small-town teen […]

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Tell Me You’re Sorry, interview with author Kevin O’Brian

Author Kevin O’Brian called to tell us about the release of his book, Tell Me You’re Sorry. About Tell Me… A family is wiped out after a burglary gone wrong. An executive accused of embezzling kills himself and his loved ones. A house fire claims the lives of all its inhabitants. Separate incidents with two common threads—a first wife who […]

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