Posts Tagged ‘writing series’

Even Superman Had a Day Job: An Interview with Margaret Ethridge

Episode 148I Even Superman Had a Day Job

EPISODE 148I Today’s guest is Margaret Ethridge, author of Contentment and Commitment, who also writes as Maggie Wells, author of Love Game and Play Dates. Margaret likes to write about life choices, and she often uses her own life as a jumping off point for ideas. For instance, she loves college football, so she created…

Creating Depth From Within: An Interview with Suzanne Woods Fisher

Episode 132I Creating Depth From Within

EPISODE 132I Suzanne Woods Fisher is back with us again! In October 2018, she spoke about strong Quaker women, and today we’re talking about the Amish. Suzanne’s interest in the Amish comes partly through her grandfather, who was raised Plain. There is an appeal to simplifying your life, but there’s more to our fascination than…

131I – A Forensic Genealogist as a Character: An Interview with Elizabeth Goddard

Episode 131I A Forensic Genealogist as a Character

Elizabeth Goddard is the award-winning author of over 40 novels of adventure, romance, and suspense. Today we talk about her latest book, Never Let Go, book one in her new series, Uncommon Justice. The main character in Never Let Go is a forensic genealogist trying to find a missing person. Elizabeth first heard of this…

108I – Human Trafficking in Fiction: An Interview with Lynn H Blackburn

Episode 108I Human Trafficking In Fiction - An Interview with Lynn H Blackburn

Today’s conversation with Lynn H Blackburn is so interesting! Not only do we talk about fun stuff like writing and stories, but we start our conversation with a very serious problem in the world – human trafficking. Her book,┬áIn Too Deep, has an element of human trafficking in the plot that makes it both compelling…

106I – Amish and the Civil War: An Interview with Jan Drexler

Episode 106I Amish and the Civil War - An Interview with Jan Drexler

Our guest today is Jan Drexler, a historical novelist whose stories often feature Amish characters. Today we talk about the challenges and choices Plain folk faced during the Civil War. Jan is a Civil War buff and traces her family history back through the Amish of the 1700s, so she brings a unique take to…