Category Archives: General Fiction

Ep62 – Immortal Girl5 – Griffin Stark

On today’s episode we speak with Griffin Stark, the author of Immortal Girl5 and the Sheep Dog Anti-Bullying Movement! Within his book, Rachel, Skylar, Caitlin, Beth and Bethany are all eighteen, immortal and can fly. But that is where the similarities end for these five forever

Ep56 – Meet Behind Mars – Renee Simms

On today’s episode, Renee Simms shares her debut short story collection, Meet Behind Mars-a revealing look at how geography, memory, ancestry, and desire influence our personal relationships. In many of her stories, Simms exposes her own interest in issues concerning time and space. For example,

Ep55 – The Waiting Room – Emily Bleeker

From the bestselling author of When I’m Gone and Working Fire comes a gripping novel about a mother, her missing daughter, and the dark secrets that engulf them. Ever since her husband’s death collided with the birth of her daughter, postpartum depression has taken hold

Ep42 – The Dreaming Road – Elizabeth Moore

This episode is for anyone who has lost a loved one. Elizabeth Moore will be joining us to discuss her book entitled, The Dreaming Road. Although fiction, the story is based on her tragic experience of losing her daughter to suicide. The story takes place

Ep40 – A Matter Of Chance – Julie Maloney

On today’s episode, author Julie Maloney will be sharing her debut novel entitled, A Matter of Chance. When eight-year-old Vinni Stewart disappears from a Jersey shore town, Maddy, her distraught single mother, begins a desperate search for her daughter. Maddy’s five-year journey leads her to

Ep32 – Apocalypse All The Time – David S. Atkinson

With all of the holiday cheer in the air, what better time to talk about the apocalypse? In this episode, I speak with David S. Atkins, who will be reading from his book entitled,  Apocalypse All the Time. The story is post-post-apocalypticism. The apocalypse happens

Ep31 – Misfortunes of T-Funk – Barnaby Hazen

In this episode, I speak with author, Barnaby Hazen, who’ll be reading from his music-embedded story entitled, Misfortunes of T-Funk. Childhood friends turned songwriting partners, Theo and Judah, embark on a plan to record their own music by enrolling in a school with a professionally

Ep30 – Insomnia’s Ink – Susie Clevenger

In this episode, I speak with author and poet, Susie Clevenger. She’s an amazing individual who’s passion for writing was reignited after she experienced a nearly fatal car accident. Susie will be reading from her book entitled, Insomnia’s Ink. It’s a collection of short poems

Ep28 – My Soul Was Once Yours – Melissa Zaroski

In this episode, I speak with Melissa Zaroski who will be reading from her book entitled, My Soul Was Once Yours. What if a song you had never heard before triggered the memories of your past life? That’s exactly what happened to eight-year-old Melanie Pattinson

Ep27 – The Discharge – Gary Reilly | Mark Stevens

In this episode, I speak with Mark Stevens who will be discussing the posthumous works of the late Gary Reilly. He will be reading from Gary’s currently published book entitled, The Discharge. The Discharge is the third novel in a trilogy about military life and