AudibleAuthors Interviews with authors across many genres.

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.

June 23, 2016  
Deke Rivers lives in Toronto. As an architect, he has designed numerous recording studios and witnessed the birth of rock 'n' roll and its evolution in his youth in Australia as well as during his teenage years in Canada and the United States.
June 8, 2016  

Tom Vanderbilt writes on design, technology, architecture, science, and many other topics. He is the author of “Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says About Us)” published in 2008 by Alfred A. Knopf, and “Survival City: Adventures Among the Ruins of Atomic America,” published in 2002 by Princeton Architectural Press. He is contributing editor to I.D. and Print magazines, contributing writer at Design Observer, and writes for many publications, ranging from Wired to the New York Times to Men’s Vogue to the Wilson Quarterly. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.

May 5, 2016  
RANDI McKINNON came to USA from Norway in 1959 and settled in Oregon. After working in food service 40 some odd years as a chef and baker, she retired. Thinking retirement was boring, she needed something new to do. Her correspondence with friends almost always turned into what they called ’book editions.’ Of all her hobbies, she likes writing the best and decided to take a correspondence course in writing children’s books. Most of her stories are fiction, as she embellishes on stories from her childhood. In the village where she grew up, it was far between houses, so she had no playmates and had to make up her own games. Trolls and fairies were believed to be real, according to her grandparents. So remembering this, gives her a lot to write about. Some of her sentence structures may not be quite correct, as she sometimes mixes her two languages together. 
May 5, 2016  

LANCE HORTON is a member of the SMU Creative Writing Program, The Writer’s League of Texas,, and an associate member of the International Thriller Writers. In 2007, he was a finalist in the Writer’s League of Texas’s annual manuscript contest for best thriller. Lance resides in Dallas, Texas, where he is at work on his next novel.

May 5, 2016  

VERA LEINVEBERS was born in Latvia and began her first piano lessons at the age of five. She has gone on to perform for audiences across Europe and North America, including multiple appearances on radio and television. She currently resides in Toronto, where she teaches piano lessons at her private studio.

April 15, 2016  
R.M.A. Spears retired from the US Marine Corps in 2009, having served 27 years in the Navy and Marine Corps.. While serving in AOCS Class 06-78 in the US Navy, he contributed to the script for a movie that would go on to be An Officer and a Gentleman.

His educational credits include a BS, MBA, OCS, AOCS, TBS, IOC, AWS, C&S, OIF, OEF, DUI, and a cavalcade of inglorious civilian occupations.

He resides in the ancestral home he salvaged on the bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River in rural Missouri.
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.

April 14, 2016  
Dr. Boyd O. Gray grew up on a Missouri farm where his father pastored churches and he became intrigued with events of the end times. After spending twenty years in the military, Dr. Gray graduated from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1979. Since then, he has enjoyed a lengthy career as a pastor. Dr. Gray currently lives in Missouri.

Ross Rojek interviews Dr. Gray about his book, Joshua Called to Lead.
April 8, 2016  

Dr. Noyes, practiced in Forest Grove, Oregon forty years, retiring in 2000. Served as US Army physician in Vietnam 1967-68; In 1971 he was the surgeon for a mission hospital in Phuket, Thailand; He received a Master's Degree of Public Health in 1979. His special interest in medicine has been nutrition and preventive medicine and for forty-five years conducting seminars. These seminars have been conducted in USA and several other countries. Since 1971 Dr. Noyes researched the origin and foundational principles of the New Age alternative medical therapies in order to gain an understanding in depth. This information is presented in this book.

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