Monday, November 18, 2019

Episode 4: Jennifer Donaldson Author Interview

Listen as I talk with Jennifer about how her literary background at the Michener Center for Writers at the University of Texas translates in her work as ghost writer for Veronica Mars books and as a YA thriller writer. You can get her books, "I Know You Remember" and "Lies You Never Told Me," at any local bookstore or you can order through Barnes and Noble at this link. You can also order her Veronica Mars books (creator, Rob Thomas, will also be listed as an author) under her ghost writer pen name, Jennifer Graham, at this link.

Thursday, November 7, 2019

ARCHIVED EPISODE: Myth and History in the work of PJ Hoover

In this episode, I interview friend and author PJ Hoover to talk about her use of mythology and history to engage young readers in her novels that use these ancient characters in modern ways. 

*This episode is archived with the relaunch. PJ Hoover will actually be back with an episode for us that fits in to the more niche focus of the podcast when she talks with me about a new anthology she edited for Castle of Horror. I left this up just because I adore PJ and her work. (Hearts!)

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Episode 2: Katherine Catmull Author Interview

In this episode, I interview friend and author, Katherine Catmull, on her sinister short stories and her novels, "Summer and Bird" and "The Radiant Road." Please listen and share the podcast with your friends, and follow us on Instagram and Facebook. It would also help listeners find the show if you left a review for us on Soundcloud and Stitcher. We should be on iTunes and Spreaker in the next few days as well. Please and thank you!

Monday, November 4, 2019


In this episode, Heather Black, hospice nurse and founder of the Austin Death Cafes, discuss what it means to be "death positive" and what can expect when attending a Death Cafe.

*This episode is archived with the relaunch. I love Heather and the work she does, but the more niche focus of the podcast has slightly different branding that doesn't fit with this episode. Sorry! I left this up, however, because Austin Death Cafes are awesome and I encourage you all to take part in one near you!