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17 minutes | a month ago
A Writer's Life: A Setting Surprise
With my current thriller manuscript ("Claim Denied") in the hands of beta readers, I had time to think about writing another book: a sequel, a thriller set in a small town with fascinating, quirky characters. When I looked back at a community on the Eastern Shore of Virginia I visited a few times in early 2000, I came upon a startling, sweet surprise! I dug deeper! It was clear: I had to write this novel! I joined J. Thorn's 5-day challenge using his "Three Story Method", outlined the entire story, and uploaded the details in Plottr. I can access it at any time and get cracking! I'll do exactly that as soon as "Claim Denied" is published. Publication release is January 2021. Story and Song Neighborhood Bookstore on Amelia Island, FL has agreed to a book launch. Please email me at Diann@DiannAbroad.com to receive publication information and an invitation to the book launch. Thank you for listening! Please leave a comment and a rating. DiannAbroad.com Music for this podcast was provided by Rafael Javadov ("The Amelia Island Sun"), Ilya Truhanov ("Russian Soap Opera"), and Setuniman (violin sounds).
17 minutes | a month ago
Thriller "Claim Denied": A Reading.
Schindler's latest book, "Claim Denied," is an electrifying international cyber-espionage thriller. It emerged from her experiences as a higher educational consultant at an American University in Kosovo. Publication is late 2020. Blurb on the back cover: Feisty and outspoken Margot Evelyn Hart and her fiancé, the charming and wealthy activist Andrey Orlov Stephen, left Minnesota to launch a new life abroad. Their plan: he’d work for the State Department and she’d teach English. Together, they’d make a difference in peoples’ lives throughout the world. One country at a time, starting in Prishtina, Kosovo. Within days of their arrival in Prishtina, her world crashed. Margot learned someone had killed Andy, a single gunshot to the back of his head. She refused to believe it until an ominous stranger banged on her door, and she learned undeniable facts. Andy was dead and she was prey. Margot knew one person in all of Kosovo. Andy’s friend, Grey Valentin. She loathed the rotund and awkward know-it-all. But he was her only hope of untangling this traumatic murder. Why would anyone want to kill her beloved Andy? How had she become the hunted? Can she decode the clues in time? Will she survive? --- For more information about her virtual interactive book launching and publication information for "Claim Denied," email her at Diann@DiannAbroad.com. Music is "Journey" by Rafael Javadov. Click here for his Facebook page. DiannAbroad.com Thank you for listening. Please be sure to leave a comment and a rating. Thank you again.
31 minutes | a month ago
Barbara Rein's "Tales from the EERie Canal" - An Interview
Barbara Rein debuted her first book series in fourth grade, The Adventures of Cassandra McGillicuddy in Outer Space, complete with stick figures drawings. Admonished by her teacher for doing book reports on her own books (and didn't she have chutzpah), she put writing aside for years while stories piled up in her head. One day she opened her laptop and out they poured. She's now an award-winning and Amazon-best-selling author. She lives with her husband and dachshund, traveling with a well-packed suitcase between New York and Florida. Barbara writes strange, fantastical, and downright weird short stories. Darkly brilliant tales that teeter on the edge of reality. Reimagined nightmares concocted from a childhood diet of macabre fairy tales and endless episodes of Twilight Zone. She also writes chuckle-inducing personal essays inspired by the quirks and oddities that bounce her way. Click HERE to purchase "Tales from the EERie Canal." Barbara Rein Facebook Page Barbara Rein Amazon Author Page firstname.lastname@example.org Edward St. John Gorey (February 22, 1925 – April 15, 2000) was an American writer and artist noted for his illustrated books. His characteristic pen-and-ink drawings often depict vaguely unsettling narrative scenes in Victorian and Edwardian settings. DiannAbroad.com Diann@DiannAbroad.com Music by Rafael Javadov "The Amelia Island Sun" and Alexei De Bronhe's "To Take Courage." Thank you for listening.
39 minutes | 2 months ago
Techno Thriller "The Crucible of Steele" by Linda M. Whitaker: An Interview
Linda M. Whitaker is a retail data scientist, and a writer of science and technology thrillers. By day she plays with numbers, by night, with words. Linda started writing around 2011 when she took her first mystery class with Ellen Hart, a prolific Minneapolis author. Many years of learning and perseverance have finally led to her debut novel. Linda resides with her husband in the mountains of Western North Carolina. She loves running in the forest, gardening, cooking, and playing with her dog and cat. Debut Novel, “The Crucible of Steele” - Thriller, near future Science Fiction BUY on Amazon: US, CA, UK, etc “Emiko's Story” - If you'd like to learn more about Georgia Steele's world, click HERE for a free copy of Emiko's Story as told through the teen’s eyes. Accompany Emiko as she goes on her search for Georgia. To learn more about “The Darwin Letters” and Sir Francis Galton, click on Whitaker’s Blog HERE. "Elon Musk Announces Neuralink Advance Toward Syncing Our Brains with AI" email@example.com lmwhitaker.com Linda M. Whitaker Author Facebook Page Linda Whitaker Twitter handle: @lindamwhitaker ----- For the “In the Know” Interview Request Form, click HERE. Diann@DiannAbroad.com DiannAbroad.com Click HERE for Diann’s new book: “Claim Denied” Music by Rafael Javadov: “The Amelia Island Sun” and “Hunt Valley” ©Copyright All Rights Reserved 2020 Thank you for listening. Please leave comments and forward to your friends.
22 minutes | 2 months ago
Escape into Small Town Genre: Books and Movies
Readers love stories that take place in small towns. Everyone has something to hide. The characters are steeped in juicy stuff such as, pure and simple small politics, personal rivalries, hidden agendas, and petty vendettas that often have little to do the broader matters at hand - none the less, engaging drama. Setting is more intimate in a small town. The characters are in a close-knit community. When characters are “close knit” it can be dreadful for the protagonist. Remember old man Potter from the Building and Loan in “It’s a Wonderful Life”? The story wouldn’t be a story without protagonist Potter. When well done, we get involved and experience more emotion in the circle of personalities in a small-town story. Diann lists a few classic small-town novels and discusses small-town movies. Her latest novel is “Claim Denied”. DiannAbroad.com Diann@DiannAbroad.com Intro and out go music is “The Amelia Island Sun” composed and performed by Rafael Javadov. Musical Interludes: “Golden Memories” by Vadim Derepa
9 minutes | 2 months ago
Agde, France July 2017 Revisited
In July 2017, I stayed in The Petite House (Airbnb) in Agde, France, a tiny village of 22,450 pop. a mile north of Cap de Agde, the seaside resort on the Mediterranean Sea. Giving this is the first week of the French Open, I thought it fitting I indulge myself and reminisce about this lovely village. I mentioned VPNBaron - great way to watch the French Open Tennis Tournament live and free. Take a few minutes to view the Agde, France Photo Gallery. I also mentioned the video I made while I was there: Agde, France Diann@DiannAbroad.com DiannAbroad.com Intro and outgo music is "The Amelia Island Sun" by Rafael Javadov. Interlude music is "Golden Memories" by Vadim Derepa. Thank you for listening! Please leave a comment and review. Also please share with your family and friends.
35 minutes | 2 months ago
Bona's Bite-Size Nuggets: Dialogue 102
Bona Hayes is a writer and editor who helps authors craft and self publish their works. Her goal is to take YOUR art and make it readable the way you hear it. She works with you to engage and enthuse your readers. Podcast: Dialogue 101 firstname.lastname@example.org www.bonahayes.com Dialogue 102: Creating dialogue to avoid "monomouth." Editor Bona Hayes and Diann Schindler provide examples of dialogue illustrating word choice, cadence, pet words and phrases, and reactions to stress, shock, and excitement. The term "monomouth" is mentioned in and borrowed from The Career Author (Zach Bohannon and J. Thorn) Podcast: The Dialogue Doctor: Jeff Elkins. Millard Johnson, The Villages FL, Author, check out his books on Amazon. email@example.com Marjorie Speirs, Author and Blogger: "A Woman of a Certain Age" The latest book on Diann's night stand is Laura Kaye's "Hard As It Gets" - a romance. Bona's night stand book is Anne Lamott's "Bird by Bird - Some Instructions on Writing & Life" Diann's Media Kit Page. If you would like a free copy of the "Media Kit List," please email your request to Diann@DiannAbroad.com For more information about Diann's latest novel, "Claim Denied" click HERE . To receive publication updates, please write to her at Diann@DiannAbroad.com Thank you for listening. Please subscribe, leave comments and or requests. Also, forward to your family and friends. Intro and out go music is "The Amelia Island Sun" composed and performed by Rafael Javadov. Interlude music is "Russian Soap Opera" by Ilya Truhanov and "Golden Memories" by Vadim Derepa.
18 minutes | 2 months ago
From Prishtina to Chiang Mai: RERELEASE
DiannAbroad, solo nomad, travel blogger, and travel photographer, captures her experiences working for the American University of Kosovo and facing a series of eye surgeries in Prishtina, the capital city of Kosovo. After a very long 6 months, she escapes to Chiang Mai, Thailand, the Land of Smiles. There, she finds the zen-like serenity preys on her mind and allows her to see how she has repressed fear of blindness. Diann goes on to illustrate how she managed to face her fears and change her mind.
33 minutes | 3 months ago
Bona's Bite Size Nuggets: Dialogue 101
Enjoy fun and substantive discussions about writing. Bona's Bite Size Nuggets recordings are released the fourth Thursday of every month. This month's topic is DIALOGUE 101 For September 25, 2020 the topic will be DIALOGUE 102. To get a head start, check out "Your Guide to Writing Better Dialogue." NY Book Editor Bona Hayes is an editor who hears the words and cadence of written work much like a conductor hears a symphony. She has an ear for writing and combines it with her professional background in business communications, to edit manuscripts for authors. firstname.lastname@example.org Put sparkle in your writing! Bona Hayes Website. Bona Hayes Facebook Page During this episode, Bona read some good examples of dialogue from her nightstand book: JR Minard's "Coach in Cottage C". Bona is also reading Dr. J's "Chemical [sex]X 2 just one more: An Erotic Chocolate Anthology." I interviewed Bona Hayes in a previous episode Confessions with Editor Bona Hayes. Diann's nightstand book is Syd Field's "Screenplay: The Foundations of Screenwriting". Diann@DiannAbroad.com DiannAbroad.com Diann@DiannAbroad.com Diann Schindler Author Facebook THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! Music: Rafael Javadov The Amelia Island Sun and interludes Cerulean Skies by Ilya Truhanov.
50 minutes | 4 months ago
Bona's Bite Size Nuggets: Showing vs Telling
Enjoy fun and substantive discussions about writing. Conversations for all levels of writers: beginners, intermediate and advanced. Bona's Bite Size Nuggets recordings are released the fourth Thursday of every month. This month's topic is SHOWING VS TELLING For August 2020 the topic will be DIALOGUE. To get a head start, check out "Your Guide to Writing Better Dialogue." NY Book Editor Bona Hayes is an editor who hears the words and cadence of written work much like a conductor hears a symphony. She has an ear for writing and combines it with her professional background in business communications, to edit manuscripts for authors. She enjoys working with writers to retain their voice and style. Her goal is to identify, engage, and enthuse their target markets. email@example.com Put sparkle in your writing! Bona Hayes Website. Bona Hayes Facebook Page During this episode, Bona read some good examples of showing from JJ Clarke's "Dared to Run." I interviewed Bona Hayes in a previous episode Confessions with Editor Bona Hayes. Bona's nightstand book "The Complete Guide to Writing Fiction and NonFiction: and Getting It Published" by Kubis and Howland. Diann's nightstand book "Writing a Killer Thriller: an editor's guide to writing compelling fiction" by Jodie Renner. Reedsy blog https://blog.reedsy.com/show-dont-tell/ Jenkins: Show, Don't Tell DiannAbroad.com Diann@DiannAbroad.com Diann Schindler Author Facebook THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! Music: Rafael Javadov The Amelia Island Sun. and interludes Cerulean Skies by Ilya Truhanov.
19 minutes | 5 months ago
Bona's Bite Size Nuggets
BONA'S BITE SIZE NUGGETS: Enjoy fun and substantive discussions about writing. Conversations for all levels of writers: beginners, intermediate and even advanced. Bona Hayes is an editor who hears the words and cadence of written work much like a conductor hears a symphony. She has an “ear” for writing and combines it with her professional background in business communications, to edit manuscripts for authors. She enjoys working with writers to retain their voice and style. Her goal is to identify, engage, and enthuse their target markets. Bona splits her time between New Hampshire and Florida, where she is a member of the Florida Writers’ Association and a local writer’s group. Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org bonahayes.com on Facebook I interviewed Bona Hayes in a previous episode: Confessions with Editor Bona Hayes. This episode is about Point of View. The point of view of a book is the method and perspective an author uses for conveying the story. Writers may choose to tell their story from one of four perspectives: First person point of view.First person is when “I” am telling the story. The character is in the story, relating his or her experiences directly. Second person point of view.The story is told to “you.” This POV is not common in fiction, but it’s still good to know (it is common in nonfiction). Third person point of view, limited.The story is about “he” or “she.” This is the most common point of view in commercial fiction. The narrator is outside of the story and relating the experiences of a character. Third person point of view, omniscient. The story is still about “he” or “she,” but the narrator has full access to the thoughts and experiences of all characters in the story. For more information, check out "Point of View: First, Second and Third Person POV." and "The Ultimate Point of View Guide: Third Person Omniscient vs. Third Person Limited vs. First Person." We read from Dared to Run by J.J. Clarke. You can buy her books here: https://www.amazon.com/Dared-Run-Kate-Anderson-Mystery/dp/166093852X/ https://www.amazon.com/Dared-Return-Kate-Anderson-Mystery/dp/1795463945/ Bona's Bite Size Nuggets will be released every 4th Thursday of the month. Our next episode focuses on "showing vs. telling." If you have time, prior listening to Bona's next episode on July 23rd, bone up by reading this article: "The Difference Between Showing and Telling." Please subscribe, comment and rate. Let us know what you want Bona to talk about in future episodes. Email me at Diann@DiannAbroad.com. Or Bona at email@example.com Musical interludes are from music by Ilya Truhanov Intro and out go music is "The Amelia Island Sun" by Rafael Javadov. Thank you for listening!
39 minutes | 6 months ago
Interview: Marilyn Atlas, Film Producer/Personal Manager
Diann interviews Marilyn R. Atlas – Film Producer/Personal Manager, a charismatic and down -to-earth professional with great tips for character development; and creating bold, complex and memorable characters. She is a delight! Marilyn R. Atlas is a talent and literary manager, author, and award-winning producer. Among her credits as a film producer are “Real Women Have Curves” for HBO, which won the Audience Award at the Sundance Film Festival; “A Certain Desire,” starring Sam Waterston; and “Echoes,” which won the Gold Award at the Texas International Film Festival. In addition to producing a variety of programming for the cable/pay TV market, Marilyn’s also produced live theater. She co-produced the West Coast premiere of the musical “God Bless You Mr. Rosewater” by Ashman and Menken (the writers of “Enchanted” and “Tangled”). And, her list of credit goes on! Purchase her book “Dating Your Character…a Sexy Guide to Screenwriting for im and TV”: http://www.stairwaypress.com/bookstore/dating-your-character/ for the hard copy - http://ccwc.papertrell.com/id005100004/ for the e-book Click here for book flyer and more information: https://twitter.com/DatingCharacter DYCcharactersystem@gmail.com *** Darryl Bollinger is the award-winning author of six novels, all medical thrillers, and is currently working on number seven. His last novel, The Cure, is set in Western North Carolina. In 2018, The Cure won a gold medal from the Florida Authors and Publishers Association in their President’s Book Awards national contest. Kirkus Reviews had this to say about the book: "The author continues his streak of engrossing medical tales with this winner." firstname.lastname@example.org www.darrylbollinger.com “The Cure” TAGLINE: If you already have the cure, all you need is the disease. When the FDA denies approval for a new flu vaccine, Dr. Eric Carter desperately searches for a way to save the drug and the company. Little does he know, others are crafting a man-made virus. When the virus appears, Carter must race to find a solution before it's too late. Buy your copy here: https://cutt.ly/Xr0gL5P *** Dr.J. Retired Sex Therapist Turned Erotica Writer: What happens when thirteen erotica authors become tempted with aphrodisiac chocolates? They create bite-sized erotic treats guaranteed to satisfy even the most discerning tastes. From mythic lovers to well-dressed hunks, and breaking down barriers, to taming a beast, each story is delightfully infused with sexy shenanigans. Chemical [se]X 2 delivers the desserts. email@example.com http://drjauthor.com “Chemical [se]X 2” Buy it here: https://www.amazon.com/Chemical-just-more-Oleander-Plume-ebook/dp/B07RJJ5RGT/ *** Thank you for listening! Diann@DiannAbroad.com - www.DiannAbroad.com Music for this Episode: Rafael Javadov "The Amelia Island Sun." "Sunrise" Music by Ilya Marfin from Fugue "Family Table" Music by Ilya Truhanov from Fugue Tiny People Music by Alexei De Bronhe from Fugue
38 minutes | 7 months ago
Confessions of an Editor with Bona Hayes
Author Biography-J.J. Clarke J.J. Clarke, author of the Kate Anderson mystery series, draws on extensive experience in law enforcement and a degree in psychology to craft compelling characters and stories. Clarke’s scenes arise from real-life experiences as a bond investigator, parole officer, and district administrator of the largest penitentiary in the state of Missouri. She knows her stuff and spins a good story with a kick-ass heroine, humor and convincing dialogue. Clarke lives in Florida and is a member of the Florida Writers’ Association and a local writer’s group. She loves to speak to book clubs and social groups. Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org on Facebook jjclarkeauthor on Twitter Editor Biography - Bona Hayes Bona Hayes is a writer and editor who draws on a professional career in training, marketing and human resources to craft manuscripts for aspiring authors and help them publish their works. She has experience in communications, special events, seminars, and writing for print ads and websites. Bona takes the writer’s art and translates it into a reader’s experience. Her goal is to engage and enthuse the target market. Bona lives in Florida and is a member of the Florida Writers’ Association and a local writer’s group. Contact Info: email@example.com bonahayes.com on Facebook Dared to Return and Dared to Run - Fiction/Mystery/Thriller Buy J.J. Clarke's books with these links: https://www.amazon.com/Dared-Run-Kate-Anderson-Mystery/dp/166093852X/ https://www.amazon.com/Dared-Return-Kate-Anderson-Mystery/dp/1795463945/ DARED TO RUN - A KATE ANDERSON MYSTERY-THRILLER by J.J. CLARKE “Fast-paced engaging story of a young heroine facing what seemed like insurmountable odds. Quirky plot twists and comical scenes kept me on the edge of my seat.” – Paula Tucker, Author, Surviving: A Kent State Memoir “Keeps the reader in enjoyable suspense.” – Riley Moon Book club members rate it 5 stars. In an elite FBI academy, Kate Anderson, a new college grad, is stalked and terrorized by a corrupt deputy sheriff. Unable to stop the harassment because of his powerful connections and threats to her family, Kate is forced to try desperate measures to protect herself and her grandparents. As her terror increases, she discovers an underground network of women helping victims escape abusive men. Meet Dirty Sally, Sister Anne, and a trucker nicknamed The Black Angel—women who orchestrate Kate’s escape. When the deputy is shot, Kate is accused of the crime, and goes on the run rather than risk an unjust conviction. Take a high-tension ride with Kate through Missouri and Georgia as she avoids capture, relying on friends, the network, and grit to stay one step ahead of the law. With a bounty on her head, will Kate evade the marshals? Can she keep up the disguise? Will she ever see her family again? Dared to Run is a thriller not to be missed! Previous podcast interview with Valerie Frances. Interview Request Form Diann@DiannAbroad.com DiannAbroad.com Music: "The Amelia Island Sun" Rafael Javadov and "Dusk" Dream Machine.
39 minutes | 7 months ago
"Guam: Where America’s Day Begins" (a preview) by Margaret Best
Margaret Best was born in New York, graduated high school in Germany and college in Louisiana. She married in Illinois and moved back to Louisiana. She has two sons born in Texas and one daughter born in New Mexico and eight grandchildren. She lived in several countries, states and territories-Germany, Puerto Rico, Egypt, Japan, Guam, and the United States. She retired from teaching elementary school in Florida before pursuing a career as an author. Her books are available on Amazon and at Barns $ Noble. She has two memoirs: Unsung Hero, and Dandelion Child: A Soldier’s Daughter. Her newest book, a memoir/travel titled Guam: Where America’s Day Begins will be available in 2021. Best's books, “Unsung Hero” (memoir/biography) and “Dandelion Child: A Soldier’s Daughter,” (coming of age memoir), are available on Amazon http://bit.ly/PeggyBestBooks https://margaretbestauthor.com Facebook pages: http://bit.ly/MBestFacebook Diann@DiannAbroad.com DiannAbroad
30 minutes | 7 months ago
"Surviving: A Kent State Memoir" Author Paula Stone Tucker- Rerelease
(This interview was initially released January 3, 2020. ) Diann Schindler interviews awarding winning author Paula Stone Tucker: "Surviving: A Kent State Memoir." Paula Stone Tucker was 30 yards in front of the National Guard when they fired into a crowd of students on May 4, 1970 at Kent State University. A retired clinical psychologist, she worked with families, couples, and survivors of trauma and abuse. In her younger days she was a reporter for the Akron Beacon Journal and the Daily Kent Stater. She grew up in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio and graduated from Kent State University. She splits her time between northeast Ohio and The Villages, Florida where she writes, plays the flute and is learning to play golf. Her first book, Surviving: A Kent State Memoir, is the Silver Medal Award winner in the Memoir and Biography category of the Florida Writers Association 2019 Literary Award Competition. She is available for interviews. You can contact her at paulastonetucker.com, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Facebook at Paula Tucker, Author. She looks forward to hearing from you and reading your reviews. Buy Paula's book on Amazon. Would you like to be interviewed on "In the Know!"? Simply complete this Interview Request Form and forward to Diann@DiannAbroad.com Thank you for listening! Please be sure to leave a comment. Share share with your family and friends. Finally, rate this episode. Midroll music is "Tiny People" by Alexei De Bronhe. Questions or comments? Diann@DiannAbroad.com DiannAbroad.com
52 minutes | 7 months ago
Spiritual Leader Sharon Snir discusses her books, isolation, miracles, and more.
Sharon Snir was born in Sydney, Australia and began her professional life as an early childhood educator. Following the birth of her five children Sharon changed professions and trained as a clinical psychotherapist and worked in that field for over thirty years, while also giving regular local and international workshops and seminars. In her blog, Speed of Light Heartedness, she shares her philosophical and spiritual musings. Over the past ten years she has written three books is now in the process of writing her fourth. To purchase her books, "The Little Book of Everyday Miracles," "The 12 Levels of Being," and "Looking for Lionel- How I Lost and Found my Mother Through Dementia", click HERE. Sharon Snir The Speed of Light Heartedness Diann@DiannAbroad.com DiannAbroad.com Music: "The Amelia Island Sun" by Rafael Javadov and "Tiny People" by Alexei De Bronhe
32 minutes | 7 months ago
J.R. Minard Interview: "Coach in Cottage C" Historical Fiction
A long time Florida resident, J.R. Minard taught in high school and junior college classrooms and raised two teenage daughters. She later became part of the faculty at the Job Corps in Charles Town, WV and taught the GED program to young men and women who wished to complete their high school diploma and become employed. She spends time as a volunteer with the Patriotic Service Dogs who are trained at Lowell Correctional Institute in Ocala, Florida. A mid-life crisis and a reunion with a dear friend, Rose Imregi, ignited a buried determination to write. A chance encounter with a well- known FSU football quarterback who told of his life changing experiences the following evening, clinched the deal. Together they wrote a passionate novel that sets the story straight about the Florida School for Boys, a boys’ reform school now known as the Dozier School for Boys. Links to where people can buy your book(s): coachincottagec.com https://www.amazon.com/Coach-Cottage-inspired-events-Victor/dp/0578555719/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Coach+in+Cottage+C&qid=1571154163&s=books&sr=8-1 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org. Jane's website : coachincottagec.com Click here to read the review of "Coach in Cottage C." Diann@DiannAbroad.com DiannAbroad.com Musical intro and outgo is "The Amelia Island Sun" composed and performed by Rafael Javadov. Also, interludes are from "Dusk" by Dream Machine
21 minutes | 7 months ago
The Camera Man and Other Relationship Revelations Part 2
This is rerelease of this episode, first released in December, 2018. Listen to Part 2 of Diann's true story of leaving a marriage, her view of romantic relationships, a surprise meeting with the Camera Man, and what happens next. In case you missed it, listen to Part I, here. DiannAbroad.com Diann@DiannAbroad.com Thank you for listening and please subscribe. Copyright 2020 DiannAbroad All rights reserved.
19 minutes | 8 months ago
The Camera Man and Other Relationship Revelations: A Short Story Part One
Listen to Diann's true story of leaving a marriage, her view of romantic relationships, and a surprise meeting: the camera man. (First published in December, 2018.) Copyright DiannAbroad All rights reserved. https://www.diannabroad.com/podcast Diann@DiannAbroad.com
31 minutes | 8 months ago
Romantic Mystery Author Geralyn Vilar: An Interview
Geralyn Vilar Geralyn Vilar was born and raised in Belleville, New Jersey. After high school she married and while raising her children, she received her A.A.S. degree in nursing from Essex County College. Later in life she received her BSN. Part of her education for her BSN included a class in poetry. Her professor was taken by her work and she began to seriously consider writing. Her first novel, "One Spring Day" was published on March 12, 2020 and is available through Amazon. She is a mother and grandmother and lives with her husband David in The Villages, Florida. Amazon Author Page Buy One Spring Day Write to Geralyn: email@example.com Find out more about Scrivener HERE. Find free lance services at Fivver. To interview on "In the Know!" click here for more information. NOTE: the fee is reduced to $50 during this time we are all looking to stay safe and healthy with the threat of COVID-19. Please email me at Diann@DiannAbroad.com for questions. Music Sources: "The Amelia Island Sun" by Rafael Javadov and "Smile" by Gabriel. Thank you for listening. Diann DiannAbroad.com
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