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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Heather LeRoss – Tipsy Tiaras and First Person Imperfect

She's Pretty But Will Deny She's Perfect...Maybe

Pretty and Close to Perfect Healther LeRoss
Hello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews.

Today’s guest is pretty and working towards perfection Heather LeRoss. Heather writes about juggling being a mom, wife, human being, superhero and daughter and does so combining humor, self-awareness, compassion and empathy, so she’s juggling quite a bit no matter how you look at it. I’d like everyone to stand up and give Heather LeRoss a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.

We need come at everything with kindness. I believe in the power of a good old fashioned phone call, of sharing a cup of coffee.

 
Heather LeRoss’ Bio
Heather’s an imperfect human trying to raise perfect humans. She’s mom to 2 boys of her own and a step-son. She lives in the gross world of boys who argue about using soap in the shower and ensure the dog always has fun stuff to lick in the bathroom.
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Giacomo ‘Jim’ Giammatteo – Walking Wild Boars and Best Friends

You need inspiration? Good, because you're not going to find an excuse.

Giacomo 'Jim' GiammatteoHello 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.

Thirty-seven (37)!

Perhaps one of those books deals with writer’s cramp?
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