This week it’s the turn of Bil Richardson on the Thursday Throng. Bil works in many genres, many media and many voices, including Gothic humour with The Frankenstein Adventures. He is an award-winning filmmaker, an artist, playwright, poet and author. He writes humor, horror, poetry, history and more.
Hi, and this week I’d like to introduce Stacey Gustafson. She is the bestselling author of Are You Kidding Me? My Life With an Extremely Loud Family, Bathroom Calamities, and Crazy Relatives. She’s also an inspirational speaker, blogger and comedian. Her short stories have appeared in Chicken Soup for the Soul, seven books in the Not Your Mother’s Book series, as well as Midlife Boulevard, Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop, Pleasanton Patch, Bay Woof, and Better After 50. She writes the blog, Are You Kidding Me?, where she dispenses her humorous take on kids, husbands, parents and everything in between.
What is one thing people wouldn't usually know about you? I may not look the type but I enjoy watching cartoons. Also, I never really drank alcohol. How important are the names of your characters? It varies from character to…
This week I'd like to introduce you to Kai Nicole, the author of Date Like a Woman. What is one thing people wouldn't usually know about you? That I'm an introvert. What did the best review you ever had say…
This week, I’d like to introduce Rebecca Howie, author of The Game Begins. Rebecca describes herself as “a procrastinating writer from Scotland who prefers spending her time in fictional worlds rather than the real one.”. The Game Begins is her first novel and was published in February 2016. It reached 16th in the Amazon Teen and Young Adult Detective category within a month of its publication.
Today is the turn of Amanda Bigelow to meet the Thursday Throng audience. Amanda is the author of Powered by Health, the high achieving woman’s guide to health, vitality and a new life full of possibilities. Amanda describes herself as “driven, over achiever who thought little about my health”. She was forced to focus on her health when stress and chronic fatigue came calling, leading to a complete health transformation and change of lifestyle and work.
Hi everyone, and this week I’d like to introduce Sarah Ashwood to the Thursday Throng. Sarah is the author Aerisian Refrain, a science fantasy novel about a musician who finds herself in another world. Sarah is the author of many works published in a wide variety of anthologies, magazines, and webzines, as well as several novels.