Disgrazia is the story of Remo Gino Farinelli. In this podcast episode, he talks about the time after his second wife left him and filed for divorce, while taking Farinelli’s children from him. He tells us about the period in his life when he shunned God, then realized prayer was the only thing that could save him.
In this podcast episode we are read two poems from Triumphs, author and poet Mary Bell‘s new collection of poems and short stories.
Author Douglas Horne, whose memoir is called Life in a Rear View Mirror, recounts his experience as the Program Manager of the Joint-Department of Defense (DoD) and CIA Program, for the Department of Defense. He was “counter parted” with elements of the CIA. This joint program resided in the Black World, and was highly classified.
Samuel A. Nigro, author of Everybody for Everybody! Truth, Oneness, Good, and Beauty for Everyone’s Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness Volume I & Volume 2, tells us how his family has influenced his outlook on life, and recited the Pledge of Allegiance he wrote over 30 years ago, which is included in his new books.
In this podcast episode David Strumfels, author of the book Wondering About, talks about his love for the natural sciences. He tells us how his curious mind has helped make him successful in this field, and explains that his passion for science greatly influenced this book.
Much of the poetry in Elton Hill‘s debut collection, Poetic Gesture, was written for his late wife, who passed only a few years after they were married. In this podcast episode, Hill reads a touching poem that he penned about her final days.
In this podcast episode Patricia Zona, author of The Value of a Homemaker, takes us back to the days of her marriage. She tells us that although she always felt that the job she was doing was of the utmost importance, there were people in her life who did not feel that the job of a homemaker would be fulfilling to a modern woman.
In this podcast episode, author and consultant Terre Davis details the years of experience she has working with school boards in superintendent searches. She also gives some free advice to people out there who may be searching for a new superintendent position.
The Adventures of Button Broken Tail is a work of fiction, but in this podcast episode author Richard Leech tells us about the many Scottish Terriers he has owned with his wife, including one named Puddles, a dog whose personality came close to matching that of Button’s!
In this podcast interview, author L. Rolland Williams tells us about the science fiction books he read as a young man, and how these books influenced Rogue Progeny.