In this final podcast episode with Flora Moschetti, mother of Heart of the Prisoner author Brad Moschetti, she tells us about the hope she’s found through Brad’s writing and that he has plans to turn his life around once he is released from prison..
In this podcast episode Triumphs author and poet Mary Bell tells us how her faith impacts her poetry, and how faith is a theme intertwined in all of her writings.
Life in a Rear View Mirror recounts author Douglas Horne‘s life experiences, many of which took place in the U.S. military. As he points out in this podcast episode, even time spent in Vietnam had a few fun times, including one very memorable Mother’s Day.
Terre Davis, author of Seeking New Possibilities? Be A Search Consultant! tells us about the less than ideal situations she’s been in while seeking school superintendent positions, and how these experiences pushed her to write this book.
In this podcast episode author Samuel A. Nigro tell us that the purpose of his books Everybody for Everybody! Truth, Oneness, Good, and Beauty for Everyone’s Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness Volume I & Volume 2, is to help people embrace truth, unity and righteousness in contemporary times. Nigro also assures us that he is, in fact, practicing what he preaches.
In this podcast episode Flora Moschetti, mother of Heart of the Prisoner author Brad Moschetti, tells us about the topics of Brad’s poems, from emotionally deep prose for the family members from whom he’s seeking forgiveness to the daily grind of prison life.