Meeting Melina Druga, author of Angel of Mercy

I'd like to introduce Melina Druga, author of Angel of Mercy, an historical fiction novel set during the first world war. Melina is a freelance journalist, nonfiction author (with an historical fiction novel in progress) and history enthusiast.  Her focus is on the period 1890-1920 with a particular interest in WW1 and how the war … Continue reading Meeting Melina Druga, author of Angel of Mercy

Meeting Sonia Frontera, author of Solve the Divorce Dilemma: Do You Keep Your Husband or Do You Post Him on Craigslist?

I'd like to introduce Sonia Frontera, author of Solve the Divorce Dilemma: Do You Keep Your Husband or Do You Post Him on Craigslist? Sonia draws from her education and vast personal and professional experience as a wife, attorney and empowerment trainer, to bring women a message of hope, possibility and joy. Sonia is a … Continue reading Meeting Sonia Frontera, author of Solve the Divorce Dilemma: Do You Keep Your Husband or Do You Post Him on Craigslist?

An interview with Brittni Chenelle author of Kingdom Cold

I'd like to introduce Brittni Chenelle, author of Kingdom Cold. Brittni lives in South Korea, does most of her updates in the morning or at night to account for the time difference; and she infuses most of her novels with her observations about Korean culture. What is one thing people wouldn't usually know about you? … Continue reading An interview with Brittni Chenelle author of Kingdom Cold

An interview with Leslie Handler author of Rats, Mice and Other Things You Can’t Take to the Bank

I'd like to introduce Leslie Handler, author of Rat's, Mice and Other Things You Can't Take to the Bank. Leslie describes herself as 'a late bloomer', meaning she was born at the tail end of the boomer generation. She writes memoirs and personal essays about her experience and observations of life. What is one thing … Continue reading An interview with Leslie Handler author of Rats, Mice and Other Things You Can’t Take to the Bank

An interview with Stephanie Lewis, author of Lullabies & Alibis

I'm starting 2019 off with an interview with Stephanie Lewis, author of Lullabies and Alibis who writes a very quirky, sideways look at life blog called Once Upon Your Prime .. give it go, you may just find yourself smiling .. a lot! What is one thing people wouldn't usually know about you? I was … Continue reading An interview with Stephanie Lewis, author of Lullabies & Alibis

An interview with Bil Richardson – author of The Frankenstein Adventures

This week it's the turn of Bil Richardson on the Thursday Throng. Bil works in many genres, many media and many voices, including Gothic humour with The Frankenstein Adventures. He is an award-winning filmmaker, an artist, playwright, poet and author. He writes humor, horror, poetry, history and more. What is one thing people wouldn't usually know … Continue reading An interview with Bil Richardson – author of The Frankenstein Adventures

An interview with Stacey Gustafson author of Are you still kidding me?

Hi, and this week I'd like to introduce Stacey Gustafson. She is the bestselling author of Are You Kidding Me? My Life With an Extremely Loud Family, Bathroom Calamities, and Crazy Relatives. She’s also an inspirational speaker, blogger and comedian. Her short stories have appeared in Chicken Soup for the Soul, seven books in the Not Your Mother’s Book series, as … Continue reading An interview with Stacey Gustafson author of Are you still kidding me?

An interview with Clare Dimond, author of REAL: The Inside-Out Guide to Being Yourself

Meet Clare Dimond, she works every day with individuals, schools, businesses and organisations to help them see what is behind their ability to thrive. Real: The inside out guide to being yourself, is her first book. What is one thing people wouldn't usually know about you? Lots but I'm not sure it is the sort of … Continue reading An interview with Clare Dimond, author of REAL: The Inside-Out Guide to Being Yourself