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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Bad things happen at Gate 58a
Hello 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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June brings us dead bodies in baggage claim, medical insurance oddities, odd Jewish books and skies full of dressmakers. I think.
Yo! Ready for the June 2018 Author Interview Plunges?
There’s lots to look forward to and much diversity coming in June. We start June with Financial Planning for Murders, take a brief sojourn into the Jewish Paranormal, stop off for some nasty medical thrillers and end the month recovering from sexual addiction.
Think of it as four points on a compass.
A crazy, bizarre compass. You probably don’t want to steer your ship by it, but what the heck. It could be fun.
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She'll make you laugh to death. Literally
Hello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews. Today we get to laugh to death. No kidding. Today’s guest is Tatjana Kruse whose genre is a real specialty; crime comedies. Currently Tatjana’s work is known everywhere but the US and folks, we are missing out. With titles like Grabt Opa aus! (Dig up Grandpa!), Der Gaertner war’s nicht (The Gardener Didn’t Do it), Jeder Mann ein Treffer (Every Man a Hit) and Wie klaut man eine Insel? (How to Steal an Island?), come on, folks. These books are worth a read.
Everyone please stand up and give Tatjana Kruse a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.
I need lots of coffee. I’m not talking cups, I’m talking pots.
I’m a former rocket scientist, supermodel, attack dog walker, Nobel peace prize winner, exotic dancer turned writer (one is actually true). I was born at an early age and led a sheltered childhood in the small German town of Schwäbisch Hall. A crime fiction fan from a young age, I started right on Agatha Christie – no Enid Blyton or Dr Seuss for me. My addictions include laughter, reading, Gin & Tonic, long walks to the fridge and a love/hate relationship with Hollywood blockbusters. The mere facts: full time writer, specializing in crime comedy, living in the south of Germany, but most often travelling through Europe, doing research and/or readings/signings.
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You don't want to go to this man's detention
Hello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews. Today’s guest is historical terror and Terrorist author Dr. John Beyer. John has two PhDs in School Administration and Clinical Psychology and was a classroom teacher, school administrator and district administrator.
Were your teachers and admins scary? Maybe yes, maybe no?
Well, John was also a street cop, training officer and member of an elite SWAT team.
Better think twice before you act up in class. When he sends you to detention, he sends you to detention!
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