A Conversation with Poet David Sanford

Today, I welcome poet, David Sanford and am honored to share his inspiring story. My debut book of poetry, IF MY HEART COULD TALK AND OTHER POEMS, is about the experiences and observations living with my Congenital Heart Defect. Being a Single Ventricle Fontan patient, and after having five heart surgeries and surviving a coma…

Fast 14 with YA Suspense Author, Emily Arsenault

Today I welcome YA suspense author, Emily Arsenault and her newest suspense novel, ALL THE PRETTY THINGS. School Library Journal says, “This is more than a thriller, filled with mystery and intrigue. It also speaks to the complexity and internalized struggle of guilt, loss, and loving someone you can’t trust.”  For Ivy Cork, summer means…

Fast 15 with Author Heather Chavez

A big welcome today to author, Heather Chavez! Her debut novel NO BAD DEED is described by NYT bestselling author Lisa Gardner as “A twisty, jet-fueled thriller… Don’t miss it!” Driving home one night, veterinarian Cassie Larkin sees a man and woman fighting on the side of the road. When she steps in, the attacker…

Boarding Schools, Ghost Stories & New Year’s Resolutions ~ A Pen Pal Conversation with NYT Bestselling Author, J.T. Ellison

Today, I welcome, NYT bestselling author, J.T. Ellison, whose newest novel, GOOD GIRLS LIE, hits the shelves on Dec. 30, 2019. Publishers Weekly gives it a starred review calling it “A high-tension thriller…Alternating points of view raise the suspense, blurring the lines between what’s true and false…Ellison keeps readers guessing throughout.” Heather: J.T., do you…

On My Bedside Table ~ August 2019

I see a pattern here. Without realizing it, all the books on my bedside table this month have something in common ~ the power of a mother’s love. Check out these great reads.   KEEPING LUCY BY T. GREENWOOD The first line in this gorgeous book was my first clue that this was going to…

Snappy 16 with Acclaimed Author Annie Ward

Annie Ward is the author of the critically acclaimed novel, BEAUTIFUL BAD. In a starred review, Publishers Weekly says about Annie Ward’s BEAUTIFUL BAD – “Ward takes her time revealing what tragedy transpired in the present, heightening suspense and maximizing her devastating conclusion’s emotional impact. Evocative descriptions and strong senses of time and place complement…