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Episode 195 – “Carla Caruso is Star Crossed!”

December 5, 2015

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 Special guest: Carla Caruso

www.carlacaruso.com.au

Carla Caruso was born in Adelaide, grew up amid a boisterous extended Italian family – yet somehow managed to become a bookworm…
Carla always wanted to be a novelist, annoying the kindergarten teachers by dictating long, detailed stories to them.  It just took her a while to realise her childhood dream – journalism seemed a more practical course. Her media career has included stints as a newspaper and magazine journalist, government PR and fashion stylist. These days, she works as a freelance journalist and copywriter. She began seriously writing fiction three years ago when she went freelance full-time.
The romance genre appeals as she is a sucker for rom-coms (especially if Channing Tatum is in the mix)Read More

Episode 194 – “Racing For Paris”

November 22, 2015

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Special Guest: Meg Waite Clayton

            http://www.megwaiteclayton.com/

This week have the honour to interview Meg Waite Clayton, a prolific author who’s latest book is The Race For Paris. Join us while we pick the brain of someone who has ‘been there, done that.’

The Race for Paris

Meg Waite Clayton’s well researched novel, The Race for Paris hit the San Francisco Chronicle/NCIBA bestseller list in its 1st week out. “I did a tremendous amount of research on real journalists like Lee Miller, who reported and photographed for Vogue, Martha Gellhorn, Lee Carson, and Sonia Tomara, the great photojournalist Margaret Bourke-White (who was never accredited to Normandy, as she was seen as too temperamental), and Dickey Chappelle, who photographed inRead More

Episode 193 – “Lisa Puts On Apolcalipstick!”

November 15, 2015

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Guest: Lisa Acerbo

Apocalipstick Website

Twitter: @apocalipstick_
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Apocalipstick/131636053705754

No Trouble at All

Romance/adventure book.

Trouble from the past can kill your future. It’s a bad day for Sophie Carter when she stumbles across a dead body in the woods. But when the suspected murderer turns out to be a leather-clad vagabond who died in 1889, her carefully controlled quiet life explodes. Not only is Sophie in the wrong place at the wrong time, as a local history buff who loves old legends, she knows too much about the past to remain uninvolved. Trouble is a killer and no one can escape. 

Lisa Acerbo is a high school teacher and adjunct faculty at the University of Phoenix. She lives in Connecticut withRead More

Episode #192- “Stacey Donovan Dives!”

November 10, 2015

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Stacey Donovan

  Over 20 years ago, a colleague asked me if she could pay me to edit her novel. Since then, my love of words and working with creative people as a writing coach, editor and ghostwriter has only grown. Looking forward to hearing about your project.

Biography

STACEY DONOVAN is a six-time published book author of both fiction and non-fiction. Her first novel, DIVE, will be reissued by Open Road Media in 2015. Donovan has edited or ghostwritten more than a dozen published books for her clients. Three became New York Times Bestsellers, and another was nominated for Best First Novel by International Thriller Writers. She is experienced in many genres: Contemporary; Young Adult; Erotica; Gay/Lesbian; Literary Fiction; Mystery; Psychological Thriller;Read More

Episode #191 – Birthing Your Book!

November 7, 2015

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http://www.markdavidgerson.com/

  • Mark David Gerson is the award-winning author of the popular Q’ntana Trilogy of fantasy novels (The MoonQuest, The StarQuest, The SunQuest), of three critically books on writing and of a memoir, Acts of Surrender: A Writer’s Memoir. His screenplay adaptations of his Q’ntana novels are on their way to the big screen as a trio of epic feature films.As a creativity catalyst and workshop facilitator for more than two decades, Mark David has guided writers and non-writers alike to connect with their innate wisdom, open to their creative power and express themselves with ease. He is also a broadcaster, a popular speaker on topics related to creativity and spirituality, and an accomplished artist and photographer.
  • The Voice ofRead More