The Long and Winding Road: An Interview with Irene Hannon

EPISODE 242I Today’s guest is best-selling and award-winning author Irene Hannon. We’re talking about the latest book in her Hope Harbor series, Blackberry Beach, which releases April 6, 2021, with more books in the series coming. Irene shares about standing at the fork in the road when she had to decide between pursuing psychology and…

Reedsy and Your Publishing Needs: An Interview with Ricardo Fayet

EPISODE 241I Today’s guest is Ricardo Fayet, one of the founders of Reedsy, a one-stop shop for writers. At Reedsy, authors can find editors, book cover designers, marketers and more to help with the business of publishing a great book. Writers can also use the Reedsy Book Editor, and learn a ton from the blog,…

Reaching Out with Deep Emotion: An Interview with Cynthia Ruchti

EPISODE 240I Today’s guest is author and literary agent, Cynthia Ruchti. Her newest book, Facing the Dawn, has just come out with Revell. With over 30 years’ experience on radio, Cynthia learned to write for the ear, how a passage sounds, and that experience shines through in her novels. She encourages listeners to think about…

Conflict Doesn’t Have to be Torture: An Interview with Amanda Cabot

EPISODE 239I Today’s guest is Amanda Cabot, bestselling author of the brand new Dreams Rekindled, book two in the Mesquite Springs series. Amanda has strong feelings about goal, motivation, and conflict (GMC) and choosing the internal and external conflict of her main characters. Don’t like to think of all the ways you can make your…

Story or Die: An Interview with Lisa Cron

EPISODE 237I Today’s guest is the wonderful Lisa Cron sharing with us about her new book, Story or Die: How to Use Brain Science to Engage, Persuade, and Change Minds in Business and in Life. While Lisa’s previous books, Wired For Story and Story Genius, were aimed more at writers, Story or Die is for…