• #120 The Tramp, A New York City Style Comedy – Brian Vanhooker & Steve Quistgaard

    “The Tramp” an original comedy pilot starring John O’Hurley (Seinfeld, Family Feud) and the comedian/Sirius XM host Godfrey, will make its West Coast Debut in the Pilots category at this year’s Dances with Films Festival at the TCL Chinese Theater, June 13-23, 2019. The dynamic duo of Brian VanHooker and Steve Quistgaard are the driving…
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  • #119 The World Without You; A Story of Family & Discovery – Suzanne Johnson

    The World Without You is a story about the Frankel family who come together in 2005, a year after the death of the youngest son Leo, a journalist, at the hands of Al Qaeda to memorialize him at their summer cabin in the Berkshires. In so doing, they discover that the man they are burying…
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  • #114 Next Therapist Please – Laurie Finkelstein

    I spoke with author of "Next Therapist Please" Laurie Finkelstein at the LA Times Festival of Books. Laurie Beth Finkelstein is the author of the award-winning Next Therapist Please. Based on her real-life experience hopping from one therapist to the next, it is a humorous take on heavy topics like depression, anxiety, OCD, and other…
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  • #113 Matt Miller In the Colonies The Virginian – Mark J Rose

    I spoke with author of "Matt Miller in the Colonies - Virginian" Mark J Rose at the LA Times Festival of Books. Mark J. Rose is a scientist, author and screenwriter. He lives in an equestrian community in Simi Valley, California, with his wife, three kids and two dogs.He holds a doctorate in pharmaceutical chemistry…
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  • #112 Dreamshores – Mike Robinson

    I spoke with author of "Dreamshores" Mike Robinson at the LA Times Festival of Books. Although author of "Dreamshores" Mike Robinson has worked as an independent video-game producer and cinematographer, writing has always been the focal point of his creative life, although to him the phrase "creative life" sounds a tad redundant. He is the…
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  • #111 A Promise In Autumn, A Love Story – Barbara Morriss

    I spoke with author of "A Promise In Autumn, A Love Story" Barbara Morriss at the LA Times Festival of Books. About a decade into Barbara Morriss' retirement from teaching, she and her husband happened onto an ancestral family story of great romance, punishing sadness and rich history.  They worked with a genealogist and were…
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  • #118 Voices – Robert Yehling

    I spoke with author of "Voices" Robert Yehling at the LA Times Festival of Books. Robert Yehling is a multi-genre, multi-subject, hybrid author who publishes both traditionally and through publishing partnerships. He is the Independent Publishers Book Award-winning author of nine books (soon to be 10) and ghostwriter of six others. His list includes: five…
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  • #110 The Divorce Recovery Ladder – Susan Shofer

    Susan Shofer is your trusted ally for navigating divorce. Her first-hand experience has given her knowledge in the areas of divorce process, custody battles, parental alienation and working with attorneys. Her professional experience as a Licensed Private Investigator makes her uniquely qualified to instruct people how to gather evidence and courtroom etiquette. Susan's early career…
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  • #117 The Engine Woman’s Light – Laurel Anne Hill

    I spoke with author of "The Engine Woman's Light" Laurel Anne Hill at the LA Times Festival of Books. Laurel Anne Hill grew up in San Francisco, California, with more dreams of adventure than good sense or money. Her close brushes with death, love of family, respect for honor and belief in a higher power…
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  • #116 Straight Outta Tombstone, Coyote – Naomi Brett Rourke

    I spoke with author of "Straight Outta Tombstone, Coyote" Naomi Brett Rourke at the LA Times Festival of Books. Naomi Brett Rourke is the pen name for the author, teacher, and theatre director living near the beach in Southern California's South Bay. She has a wonderful husband, three wonderful children, three wonderful step-children, seven wonderful…
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