Be careful which medicos you allow into your home
Hello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews. Today’s author, Wendy Weiss, is an expert on desperate crimes…no, no, no, that’s not correct. She’s an RN working in the insurance industry (by day) and that experience has led her to understand people walking the edge of what medical science knows and what the insurance industry will do, not always a fun place to be.
There’s an English teacher in every bookclub.
I’d like everyone to stand up and give Wendy Weiss a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.
There are days when I hate my characters.
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You need inspiration? Good, because you're not going to find an excuse.
Hello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews. Today’s guest, Giacomo “Jim” Giammatteo, holds the record (as of May 2018) for the most books published in a year.
Care to take a guess how many? I’ll tell you now they wouldn’t all fit in a breadbox. Maybe a bread carton and probably a bread truck.
Perhaps one of those books deals with writer’s cramp?
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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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