Tracey Morait is the first author to be interviewed me since I moved my online presence to healthy, happy woman and she joins me today to share new about her latest book, Episode. She’s the author of 6 books, comes from Liverpool and is a fanatical football fan – who wouldn’t be coming from Liverpool! She now lives in Bristol with her husband.
Emilie has always loved stories. They explore weird new ideas, and bring people together. After years of reading fantasy and horror she wanted to combine them together into her own dark fantasy.
Julie Bell writes historical fiction and non-fiction based in Colorado. Her historical mystery series Denver City Justice is set in Denver in 1864 respectively.
This week Mark Tedesco is sharing his new book, The Dog on the Acropolis with me. His book is a story of the adventures of a dog living on the Acropolis who forms transforming relationships with humans.
This week, it’s the turn of JP Gadston to sit in the Thursday Throng hotseat. JP spends his time doing yoga, running, wing chun, chi-kung and meditating. He is a big advocate of personal development and believes that no matter how bad it gets, you keep on moving forward.
I’d like to introduce Melina Druga, author of Angel of Mercy, an historical fiction novel set during the first world war. Melina is a freelance journalist, nonfiction author (with an historical fiction novel in progress) and history enthusiast. Her focus is on the period 1890-1920 with a particular interest in WW1 and how the war changed the lives of ordinary people.
I’d like to introduce Sonia Frontera, author of Solve the Divorce Dilemma: Do You Keep Your Husband or Do You Post Him on Craigslist? Sonia draws from her education and vast personal and professional experience as a wife, attorney and empowerment trainer, to bring women a message of hope, possibility and joy. Sonia is a family attorney with a private practice in New Jersey.
I’d like to introduce Leslie Handler, author of Rat’s, Mice and Other Things You Can’t Take to the Bank. Leslie describes herself as ‘a late bloomer’, meaning she was born at the tail end of the boomer generation. She writes memoirs and personal essays about her experience and observations of life.