Dec 31, 2021
Dharma Kelleher returns to share her latest work, Breakthrough: Overcoming Creative Self-Doubt, Writer's Block, and Imposter Syndrome. We talk a bit about each of those aspects of being creative so that you can let go of fear and fall back in love with your process!
Dec 24, 2021
Emory Easton joins us to share her debut memoir Mother, Can You Hear Me Now? We talk about her early years of abuse, her recovery, and her happy ending as a grandmother alongside her true love of 36 years.
If you are being abused and need someone to talk to, Emory has asked that you email her at firstname.lastname@example.org...
Dec 17, 2021
Robert C. Steele has written a biography of Jim Foshee titled Banned From California. Robert shares with us that the book covers Jim's (and his) life during the pre-Stonewall gay civil rights movement.
Dec 10, 2021
Gregory Norris comes to us from Xanadu where he wrote Ex Marks The Spot, a novel wherein dark time travel forces a choice between past or future loves.
Dec 3, 2021
Mike Keren brings us his memoir Four Funerals, No Marriage. We discuss his unique perspective as a health professional, caregiver, and patient as he unfolds his sense of humor relating to facing the end of life.