AudibleAuthors Interviews with authors across many genres.

July 6, 2016  

Jim Burke served more than 25 years in the Army, National Guard, and Army Reserve. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy and the Army Command and General Staff College. An amateur military historian, he is a Civil War Re-enactor with Company K, Third United States Regular Infantry, and Second New Hampshire Cavalry. 

Burke currently resides in Kennebunkport, Maine, with his family. He can be reached at
June 23, 2016  

Rev. Harry Freiermuth is a retired Roman Catholic priest of the Diocese of Monterey in California. His short fiction has been published in The Homestead Review of Hartnell College in Salinas, California, and in A Miracle Under The Christmas Tree for Harlequin. Lo! Jacaranda is his first novella.

April 15, 2016  

H. Allenger earned a BA in public administration and an MA in international relations. After thirty-one years with the Seattle School District, he is now retired and pursuing his true passions, which include mythology, archaeology, and writing. He currently resides in Seattle, Washington, and enjoys traveling the world.

Carole Bumpus, a retired family therapist, is the author of the historical novel A Cup of Redemption, (October 2014) and a companion cookbook, Recipes for Redemption will be published August 2015, both from She Writes Press. 

Her food articles have been published in both the US and in France. Carole is a state board and branch member of the California Writers Club (CWC), San Francisco/Peninsula Branch, and has been published in three CWC short-story anthologies: Fault Zone: Words from the Edge, Fault Zone: Stepping up to the Edge, and Fault Zone: Over the Edge
Her original food/travel interviews taken from over seventy-five people in France and fifty in Italy, along with more recipes, will culminate in a series of books called, SAVORING THE OLDE WAYS. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Visit her website at
San Francisco Book Review's Kate Stephenson chats with Carol about her two books.
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