When author Harry C. Doolittle woked as a copy writer and creative director in the advertising agency business, he was responsible for writing a half dozen television spots each day. Although that was challenging work, Doolittle tells us the process of writing twenty short stories for his book Imagination & Reality turned out to be a more tedious endeavor.
Author Harry C. Doolittle spent decades as a copy writer and creative director in the advertising agency business, where he had to come up with stories on the spot, on a daily basis. In this podcast episode, Doolittle tells us that the same skills were used during the writing of his book Imagination & Reality. These twenty stories were crafted by Doolittle, seemingly out of thin air.
Time To Go To Grandma’s House! author Marie Barnes loves to sing with her grandchildren, both in the home and at church. In this final podcast episode, she sings a Marie Barnes original song for us!
In the final podcast episode with Merlene Hutto Byars, author of the books Our Multi-National Heritage to Adam: Ancestors of Merlene Hutto Byars, Volumes 1 and 2, she talks about her legacy and tells us that her books are available worldwide.
In the final podcast episode with Six Days Till Sunday author Fred Gaertner, Gaertner tells us that the ending of Six Days Till Sunday has been left open, so don’t be surprised if you see a sequel on the shelves! Gaertner also tells interested readers where they can find a copy of Six Days Till Sunday.
The stories in author Harry C. Doolittle‘s new book Imagination & Reality come straight out of his head! In this podcast episode, he tells us about the only story in the book that was taken from an actual experience in Doolittle’s life. He was the commander of a PT boat in World War II, and in the story, the author proposes to bring back PT boats to deal pirates off the coast of Somalia.