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Author Interview with Richard Hackett

My guest today is Richard Hackett, author of several books and founder of SeaMercy, a charitable program that brings much-needed health care to the remote islands of the South Pacific.


Richard Hackett holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University in International Business and Marketing, with a minor in History. Married with two children, he […]

By |August 22nd, 2014|Author Interviews|2 Comments

Author Interview with J. Mark Powell

Let me introduce to you author J. Mark Powell whose book Tell It Like Tupper I was honored to read and review a few months ago.


J. Mark Powell is a Missouri native, former broadcast journalist, Congressional aide and political campaign operative. During his long news career (including 15 years with CNN), he reported everywhere from […]

By |August 2nd, 2014|Author Interviews|0 Comments

Interview with Author Brian S. Vinson

Hi everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve shared an author interview with you. I’m delighted to introduce Brian S. Vinson, author of the Ankara Fevers series.


Brian was born and raised in Texas. His youth was spent in the Dallas / Fort Worth area, right at the tail end of Tornado Alley. Add tornadoes from […]

By |July 23rd, 2014|Author Interviews|0 Comments

Interview with Author Michael J. Tobias

Welcome! My guest today is Michael J. Tobias author of From There to Here.


Michael J. Tobias was born and raised in South Carolina. After receiving degrees from Furman University and The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, he served several Baptist and Methodist churches in various positions, including Youth Minister, Education Minister, Associate Pastor, and Pastor. He […]

By |March 11th, 2014|Author Interviews|0 Comments

Interview with JL Wolfe author of The Project Lion Series

Welcome to the exciting month of March! As we all look forward to the first day of spring, let’s warm up with the work of author Jennifer Wolfe who is our guest today.


Jennifer L Wolfe lives with her husband and three children in Illinois, just four miles from the home where she grew up and […]

By |March 4th, 2014|Author Interviews|0 Comments

Author Interview: Doug J. Cooper

Today my guest is Doug J. Cooper author of the new Crystal series.


As a young child, Doug stood on a Florida beach and watched an Apollo spacecraft climb the sky on its mission to the moon. He thrilled at the sight of the pillar of flames pushing the rocket upward. And then the thunderous roar […]

By |February 25th, 2014|Author Interviews|0 Comments

Author Interview: Shirley Sorbello author of That’s Just The Way It Is

My guest today is author Shirley Sorbello. 

Shirley Sorbello is a native of southern New Jersey. She majored in psychology at Rutgers University and later attended Widener University where she graduated with an MSW in 1995. For a number of years, Shirley worked in the human services field as a social worker, therapist and administrator. Early in 2012 she embarked […]

By |February 18th, 2014|Author Interviews|0 Comments

Author Interview: Wayne Clark

My guest today is author Wayne Clark.

Wayne Clark is a Montreal writer. Throughout his life, he has made his living almost entirely from words, from journalism to copywriting. He wrote fiction throughout most of those years, when he was sure no one was looking. he & She is the first novel that he convinced himself […]

By |February 11th, 2014|Author Interviews|0 Comments

Author Interview: Sara Lunardi

Allow me to introduce author Sara Lunardi.


Sara Lunardi was born and raised in the beautiful seaside town of Genoa, Italy, where she studied for a degree in Italian, Spanish and English Literature, specializing in psychology and sociology.  After spending a few years in Switzerland, she moved permanently to London, a city that she has made […]

By |January 27th, 2014|Author Interviews|0 Comments

Author Interview: Sandra Mendyk

My guest today is author Sandra Mendyk.


Sandra Mendyk taught English in a private school for twenty-two years. Presently she is retired but works part time as editor of a weekly newspaper, Valley Times, where she writes an opinion column. Sandra is also a disabled American veteran, serving four years in the U.S. Army and one […]

By |January 13th, 2014|Author Interviews|1 Comment