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barry-eva's picture
Apr.11.2013
Every so often I get contacted by or have the name of a new author sent to me to see if I think they “might be a good fit for the show”. It is rare that I ever say no, however if the author is a fellow Connecticut author and has written a book that seems to be already a “must read” for many, then...
barry-eva's picture
Apr.21.2012
Eugene Myers is the author of the young adult science fiction novel “Fair Coin”, in fact it’s Eugene’s debut novel though he published numerous fiction and fantasy short stories in a number of magazines and anthologies such as Sybil’s Garage, Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, Sporty Spec:...
margie-marybelle-mckinnon's picture
Jan.01.2011
On November 22nd I had a partial knee replacement, spent 4 days in the hospital, 3 weeks of rehab at the hospital and exercises at home then left for Philadelphia for a Board meeting for the Let Go,Let Peace Come In Foundation (I'm on the Board of Directors); I was already off the walker, off the...
rita-abrams's picture
Aug.04.2010
My life-and-death emergencies have been fairly few (kineh hora) and mostly traffic-related. When they have come--as blowouts on deserted freeways, overheated engines in the rush hour whirlwind, or a muffler dropped in the middle of the desert--somehow, miraculously, men have always shown up to help...
dk-christi's picture
Jul.02.2010
I challenge you to find a ghost orchid with as many firsts as the Ghost Orchid of Blair Audubon Society Corkscrew Swamp in Naples, at the edge of the magnificent Everglades. My ghost orchid, the inspiration for my recently released mystery novel, Ghost Orchid, is the most spectacular of all ghost...
renee-mallette-cota's picture
Dec.24.2009
I left my first husband shortly after losing my mother to breast cancer and I was young. I was only twenty-two years old with no job skills and not a clue as to how I was going to support myself and my four year old son when I left. I had gone back to school and taken a job as a waitress seven days...
mel-menzies's picture
Dec.23.2009
I suppose, when your husband of fifteen years walks out on you on Christmas morning, you believe it's going to have a lasting, and devastating, effect.  You think, as you watch your children struggle with their tears, in deference to your feelings, that you'll never get over it; never be healed of...