Join me with Hal Spielman, author of “Suddenly Sexual”

Hal Spielman is a sociologist fascinated by human relationships at every stage. His book “Suddenly Solo” dove headfirst into the intricacies of dating after the death or divorce of your spouse later in life, and “Suddenly Sexual” goes further into the physical needs and relationships of single seniors. After loss …

Meet author Linda Trott Dickman

Linda Trott Dickman is a poet and the author of “Robes: The Art of Being Covered,” “The Air That I Breathe” and her newest award-winning book “Road Trip.” Linda joins Stephanie to discuss getting started writing poetry, finding inspiration in the everyday, and the supportive poets’ community she has discovered. …

Writing a memoir – with author Heather Siegel

Heather Siegel is the author of the award-winning, coming-of-age memoir, OUT FROM THE UNDERWORLD (Finalist in Foreword Review’s 2016 INDIES Book of Year Award). Her newest work, THE KING & THE QUIRKY: A Memoir of Love, Marriage, Domesticity, Feminism, and Self is due out April 2020, and was named a …

Historical Fiction with author Angela Reich

Angela Reich, Ph.D in Literature: Author, Educator, Researcher, the historical fiction SHIPWRECK OF HOPES is her first novel. Reich serves as Docent for the Historic Fire Island Lighthouse, and sails the historic Oyster Sloop Priscilla for the Long Island Maritime Museum. Meticulously researched, SHIPWRECK OF HOPES sweeps the reader from …

Literary Fiction with author Carol Hoenig

Carol Hoenig is a fulltime freelance writer and publishing consultant. Her novel, WITHOUT GRACE, (Star iUniverse) was awarded the Silver Medal for Book of the Year 2005 by ForeWord Magazine and given First Place for Fiction by the DIY Book Festival. Jada Press and the New York Book Festival also …

COVID-19 Information with author William McGee

WILLIAM J. McGEE was born in New York City and received an MFA in Fiction from Columbia University. Among other pursuits, he teaches undergraduate and graduate Creative Writing; represents travelers as a consumer advocate in Washington; and is an award-winning investigative journalist and columnist. He is the former Editor-in-Chief of …

Meet author Robert Bryan

Police Officers are the modern-day embodiment of medieval knights, going to work each day with a noble cause to protect and serve society. The profession requires cops to see people at their worst. Coping becomes an essential component of a police officer’s arsenal. One of the primary coping mechanisms utilized …

Managing Multiple Story Threads – with author Paul Mila

Paul has written many books and is hard at work on his next work. Working with multiple story threads – and ensuring that they are progressing at the same pace and reach their climactic moments together – is a writing technique Paul has embraced. he shares his methods here with …

When Should You Think About Marketing Your Book?

Writing a book is an adventure of a lifetime. But wouldn’t it be nice if people actually READ your book as well? You’ve been SO busy with the writing, editing and publishing of your book that marketing was a complete afterthought, but what now? Did you completely miss the boat? …

“AMIA” by Alberto Zuppi

In today’s episode we interview the author of “Amia: An Ongoing Crime (extended edition),” Alberto Zuppi. “AMIA” is recounts the terrorist attack in 1994 that was made against Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina, or AMIA, the most influential Jewish philanthropic organization in Argentina. Appearances are often deceiving, and while it appeared …