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Everyday People with Big Hearts: An Interview with Kristan Higgins

EPISODE 198 Today’s guest is the multi-bestselling humorous women’s fiction author, Kristan Higgins. Her newest book, Always the Last to Know, releases on June 9, 2020. Kristan’s books tend to be funny and heart-warming, with gut-wrenching difficulties, laugh-out-loud moments, and immensely satisfactory endings. Interviewing her was a very similar experience. She talks about getting started,…

The Beginning and the End: An Interview with James Scott Bell

EPISODE 180I Today’s guest is bestselling and award-winning author James Scott Bell. We talk about two of his many nonfiction books for writers, The Last Fifty Pages and Plotman to the Rescue. From the first book, Jim talks about the Ahhh and the Uh-Oh types of endings. There can be a satisfying ending where it…

Great Characters Make Great Series: An Interview with Tom Threadgill

EPISODE 179I Today’s guest is Tom Threadgill, author of police procedurals and suspense novels. His newest book, Collision of Lies, just released this week and is the beginning of a new series. For those of you who don’t consider yourselves plotters, you’ll love hearing Tom talk about how he writes – a true seat of…

From Blog to Book: Repurposing Your Nonfiction

EPISODE 177T I just finished helping a friend get his very first book up on Amazon – woohooo!! We’re both very excited as this is something he’s wanted to do for a few years! It occurred to me that I could share what I know about repurposing your writing and maybe help you get a…

Add a Little Murder: An Interview with Patricia Bradley – ENCORE

Episode 172I Add a Little Murder: An Interview with Patricia Bradley - ENCORE

EPISODE 172I Interviewing the lovely Patricia Bradley was an exercise in paradoxes. Hearing this sweet Christian woman pronounce in her soft, Southern drawl, “Oh, I love to talk about murder. It’s just fun” was just the beginning of my mind bending to look at things differently. 😀 But I should have expected nothing less after I…