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May 24, 2024

 Not all authors can step up to the plate and hit six home runs in a year, but if any can, I bet Kimberley Woodhouse is one of them.  With a packed year of novels to write and share with the world, is it any wonder that she and I chatted about two different historical fiction books in this episode?  Listen in to see...


May 21, 2024

I always have a blast chatting with Naomi Craig, so I knew this would be a great conversation, but Donna E. Lane, co-author of the four-novella set, And Their Numbers Grew, made this conversation extra fun. Listen in and see why.

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May 17, 2024

I've been singing about kickin' somethin' all down Route 66 ever since chatting with Janine Rosche about her upcoming novel of faith, family, and forgiveness as she takes us along the "mother road" in her upcoming release The Road before Us. Listen in to see why that "mother road" moniker fits this book so well!


May 14, 2024

So maybe the synopsis intrigued me when I read about Megan Schaulis' Protector, but when she said "Ninja Ester retelling," I was hooked.  Listen in and see why this one popped into my cart before the episode finished recording!

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May 10, 2024

Author Tim Shoemaker has a heart for good fiction for middle-graders and YA readers, and as he describes his goals with his stories, you get a sense of his heart for the readers themselves.  Listen in and see why I immediately bought the books after chatting with him.

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