In this podcast episode 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 this book is, in fact, for everyone. Nigro thinks it may challenge liberals whose view might be out of line with his, but he feels it’s written in a way that will appeal to the masses.
Author Marc Mattaliano tells us about his writings before his new book The Demihuman Archives. He also talks about events and hobbies in his childhood that helped shaped his writing style.
In this final podcast with author Patricia Zona, she touches on myriad topics that are brought up in her new book, The Value of a Homemaker: Corporate greed and the strain it puts on a marriage, violence on television and the movies, our broken legal system, especially in divorce cases, and finally her desire to send a positive message with this book that will help readers better their lives.
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 career as a psychiatrist influenced the material in Everybody for Everybody!
In the final podcast episode with Richard Leech, author of the children’s book The Adventures of Button Broken Tail, Leech talks about a lifetime spent with all animals, not just dogs!
In the final podcast episode with L. Rolland Williams, author of Rogue Progeny, he gives us a sneak peak at the sequel of Rogue Progeny.
In this podcast episode The Demihuman Archives author Marc Mattaliano tells about the research he did in order to set the story in Dublin, and talks about the unique timeline of the book.
In the final podcast episode with author David Strumfels he talks about the positive experience he had writing his debut book Wondering About. He also tells us that he’s working on his second book. The upcoming title, The Third Row, is a book about chemistry that is meant to help students who are sometimes overwhelmed by the subject.
Remo Gino Farinelli author of the book Disgrazia gives us an update on his life. He tells that things have been better since he wrote Disgrazia.
In this final podcast episode with author and poet Mary Bell, she talks more about her religion and how people who may not be religious can still take away helpful ideas from her new book Triumphs.