Gary Guinn – Murderous Colleges and Professorial Sleuths

Holmes&Watson go to college and Excursions on Literary Waterways

Gary GuinnHello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews. Today’s guest is retired English professor and campus assassin Gary Guinn.

Okay, he’s not a campus assassin but campus murders are much on his mind as he develops his Lam Series of books about Professor Lam Corso.

Ever notice how many academics who become authors murder people on campuses? Probably because it’s easier than flunking people. Or dealing with campus administrations. Or department heads.

I’d like everyone to stand up and give Gary Guinn a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.
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Rosemarie Aquilina – Can you do something rooty with my bedhead, Your Honor?

Would you like a perm with that adjudication?

Rosemarie AquilinaHello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews. Today’s guest is multi-facted and multi-genre author Rosemarie Aquilina.

Rosemarie is probably best known for her ruthless pursuit of justice as crusading superhero…No, wait…She does have a career that she’s (probably) better known for and she does pursue justice and she is a crusader. Okay, we’ll go with superhero, too. Rosemarie may be better known as Your Honor.

The Honorable Rosemarie Aquilina is the mother of five children, is currently a 30th Circuit Court Judge serving in Michigan’s General Trial Division and served as a 55th District Court Judge in Mason, Michigan. In 1986, Rosemarie Aquilina became the first female JAG Officer in the history of the Michigan Army National Guard and retired in 2006 with twenty years Honorable Military Service. She is an adjunct law professor at both Western Michigan University’s Thomas M. Cooley Law School and Michigan State University College of Law and has earned teaching awards at both. She owned her own law firm and hosted the a syndicated “Ask the Family Lawyer” radio talk show.

She’s currently working on some non-fiction titles before plunging ahead with more cozies and thrillers. I’d like everyone to stand up and give Rosemarie Aquilina [[website link?]] a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.
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Sept 2018 Author Interview Plunge Schedule

Deep Space Superhero Hairdressing Christian Erotic Celtic Gothic Murder Mysteries…yeah, I think I got ’em all

Yo! Here we are with the Sept 2018 Author Interview Plunges. Hard to believe it’s been nine months.

Yeah, I’m ready to give birth.

September plunges range from deep space science fiction to christian erotica fantasy to hairdressing jury selections to superhero inspired Celtic gothics.
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August 2018 Author Interview Plunge Schedule

From Galactic Detectives to Gangs in our Schools to Dystopian Friars to Mid-Western Family Secrets in Organizations to Horses in Wine Country

Yo! Ready for the August 2018 Author Interview Plunges?

August is lucky with five interviews starting 1 Aug through 29 Aug covering galactic detectives, gangs in schools, dystopias, homesteading the American West and riding horses in vineyards.

People following our interviews know we’ve added a fifth point to our compass. No idea where we’re going and excited about getting there!
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Sharon Marchisello – Pricing the Dead Body in Baggage Claim

Bad things happen at Gate 58a

Finance Professional and Murder Provocateur Sharon MarchiselloHello all and welcome to this week’s Author Interview Plunge. Today’s author is Sharon Marchisello. Sharon writes in two widely separate fields; personal finance and murder mysteries. Perhaps the intersection is that she knows how to get rid of your investment counselor permanently should your portfolio collapse.

I’m just wondering…
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