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25 minutes | 7 days ago
Matthew Harffy discusses his new book, "A Time of Swords"
Molly interviews author Matthew Harffy about his new book, "A Time of Swords". Order "A Time of Swords" on Amazon at this link: https://amzn.to/3mEAPTI Follow Matthew on Twitter @MatthewHarffy Check out his website at matthewharffy.com ABOUT "A TIME OF SWORDS" When the Vikings attack, a novice monk's life is changed forever in Matthew Harffy's new historical adventure. ABOUT MATTHEW HARFFY Matthew Harffy lived in Northumberland as a child and the area had a great impact on him. The rugged terrain, ruined castles and rocky coastline made it easy to imagine the past. Decades later, a documentary about Northumbria's Golden Age sowed the kernel of an idea for a series of historical fiction novels that became THE BERNICIA CHRONICLES. Get your own Read Between the Lines T-Shirt, Mug, Mask, and more at our Tee Public Shop. https://bit.ly/3u4zkk9 Please be sure to rate us and review this episode wherever you listen to podcasts. It really helps other people find us. Follow the show on Instagram at readbetweenthelinespodcast Follow our parent network on Twitter at @SMGPods Make sure to follow SMG on Facebook too at @SouthgateMediaGroup Learn more, subscribe, or contact Southgate Media Group at www.southgatemediagroup.com. Check out our webpage at southgatemediagroup.com/readbwetweenthelines
44 minutes | 10 days ago
Luke Cunningham discusses his new book, "LEO: INVENTOR EXTRAORDINAIRE"
Molly interviews author Luke Cunningham about his new book, "Leo: Inventor Extraordinaire". Order "Leo: Inventor Extraordinaire" on Amazon at this link: https://amzn.to/3wJdS6s Follow Luke on Instagram at Leo.Inventor.Extraordinaire ABOUT LEO INVENTOR EXTRAORDINAIRE A school for incredibly gifted orphans. A genius kid inventor. A subterranean maze. And a mechanical monkey. What could go wrong? A “lifer” at the secluded Academy of Florence, Leo has never met his parents ... or anyone in his family for that matter. He spends most of his time tinkering with inventions that never work (or work disastrously) and making trouble with his infinitely more charming friend and fellow lifer, Savvy. After Leo’s latest experiment goes catastrophically wrong, he discovers a series of secret passages beneath the school that can only be unlocked by the sharpest of wits and a little help from Leo’s school lessons. Leo hopes the network of tunnels will lead him to the academy’s infamous archives where he hopes to discover the identities of his parents and the reason he’s an orphan in the first place. Instead, he finds that his past and possibly even his future is somehow linked to the innovative Wynn Toys company, whose genius president died mysteriously years before. Leo must use his skills as an inventor to revive the toy company, oust its dastardly leader, and discover the fate of his real family. ABOUT LUKE CUNNINGHAM Luke X. Cunningham is an Emmy- nominated writer from Philadelphia. Previously, he spent three years as a writer for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. He developed a passion for the Renaissance while earning a history degree from Brown University. He currently lives in Los Angeles, CA, with his wife and their son, Finn. LEO: Inventor Extraordinaire is his first novel.
25 minutes | 13 days ago
Micheal Johnston discusses his new book, "Silence of the Soleri"
Molly interviews author Micheal Johnston about his new book, "Silence of the Soleri". Order "Silence of the Soleri" and the other books by Michael Johnston on Amazon at this link: https://amzn.to/3wARZWH About "Silence of the Soleri" Solus celebrates the Opening of the Mundus, a two-day holiday for the dead, but the city of the Soleri is hardly in need of diversion. A legion of traitors, led by a former captain of the Soleri military, rallies at the capital’s ancient walls. And inside those fortifications, trapped by circumstance, a second army fights for its very existence. In a world inspired by ancient Egyptian history and King Lear, this follow-up to Michael Johnston's Soleri, finds Solus besieged from within as well as without and the Hark-Wadi family is stuck at the heart of the conflict. About Michael Johnston Michael Johnston was born in 1973 in Cleveland, Ohio. As a child and a teen he was an avid reader of science fiction and fantasy. He studied architecture and ancient history at Lehigh University and during a lecture on the history of ancient Egypt, the seed of an idea was born. He earned a master’s degree in architecture from Columbia University, graduating at the top of his class. Michael worked as an architect in New York City before moving to Los Angeles. Sparked by the change of locale, a visit to the desert, and his growing dissatisfaction with the architectural industry, he sought a way to merge his interests in architecture and history with his love of fantasy. By day he worked as an architect, but by night he wrote and researched an epic fantasy novel inspired by the history of ancient Egypt and the tragic story of King Lear. After working this way for several years, he shut down his successful architecture practice and resolved to write full time. He now lives and writes in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter. You can find Michael on twitter @mjohnstonauthor Get your own Read Between the Lines T-Shirt, Mug, Mask, and more at our Tee Public Shop. https://bit.ly/3u4zkk9 Please be sure to rate us and review this episode wherever you listen to podcasts. It really helps other people find us. Follow the show on Instagram at readbetweenthelinespodcast Follow our parent network on Twitter at @SMGPods Make sure to follow SMG on Facebook too at @SouthgateMediaGroup Learn more, subscribe, or contact Southgate Media Group at www.southgatemediagroup.com. Check out our webpage at southgatemediagroup.com/readbwetweenthelines
28 minutes | 20 days ago
Jillian Boehme discusses her new book, The Stolen Kingdom
Molly interviews author Jillian Boehme about her new book, "The Stolen Kingdom". Order "The StolenKingdom" on Amazon at this link https://amzn.to/3m47a65 Using this link supports Read Between the Lines. Thanks! About The Stolen Kingdom For a hundred years, the once-prosperous kingdom of Perin Faye has suffered under the rule of the greedy and power-hungry Thungrave kings. Maralyth Graylaern, a vintner's daughter, has no idea her hidden magical power is proof of a secret bloodline and claim to the throne. Alac Thungrave, the king’s second son, has always been uncomfortable with his position as the spare heir—and the dark, stolen magic that comes with ruling. When Maralyth becomes embroiled in a plot to murder the royal family and seize the throne, a cat-and-mouse chase ensues in an adventure of dark magic, court intrigue, and forbidden love. JILLIAN BOEHME is the author of Stormrise, and is known to the online writing community as Authoress, hostess of Miss Snark’s First Victim, a popular blog for aspiring authors. In addition to having a background in theatre, she is also a classical pianist, a freelance editor, and an unapologetic foodie. She lives in Nashville with her family. Get your own Read Between the Lines T-Shirt, Mug, Mask, and more at our Tee Public Shop. https://bit.ly/3u4zkk9 Please be sure to rate us and review this episode wherever you listen to podcasts. It really helps other people find us. Follow the show on Instagram at readbetweenthelinespodcast Follow our parent network on Twitter at @SMGPods Make sure to follow SMG on Facebook too at @SouthgateMediaGroup Learn more, subscribe, or contact Southgate Media Group at www.southgatemediagroup.com. Check out our webpage at southgatemediagroup.com/readbwetweenthelines
30 minutes | a month ago
Lynne Hedrick discusses classic literature
Molly interviews educator Lynne Hedrick about the importance of reading classic literature. Of course, they also discuss some of the favorites, as well. Please be sure to rate us and review this episode wherever you listen to podcasts. It really helps other people find us. Follow the show on Instagram at readbetweenthelinespodcast Follow our parent network on Twitter at @SMGPods Make sure to follow SMG on Facebook too at @SouthgateMediaGroup Learn more, subscribe, or contact Southgate Media Group at www.southgatemediagroup.com. Check out our webpage at southgatemediagroup.com/readbwetweenthelines
34 minutes | a month ago
Steve Goble discusses pirates, mysteries, history, and his new book, "Pieces of Eight"
Molly interviews author Steve Goble about his new book, "Pieces of Eight". Order "Pieces of Eight" on Amazon at this link https://amzn.to/3rUvWaK Using this link supports Read Between the Lines. Thanks! About "Pieces of Eight" Spider, a decent man forced into the violent pirate life years ago, is finally on the verge of leaving all that behind and reuniting with his wife, Emma, and the son he last saw as a baby. He and his friends—Odin the ancient buccaneer and Hob the young swashbuckler—are working as honest seamen aboard Minuet when the calm journey from England to Nantucket takes a dark turn. A shipmate is murdered while working aloft, and Spider can’t help but try to figure out who the killer is—even as his friend Odin warns him that getting involved might lead authorities to discover Spider’s own piratical past. Ruth Copper, a beautiful and dangerous recent addition to Spider’s crew, offers some warnings too. Spider John, however, hates unanswered questions. The investigation reveals more than simple murder, and Spider and his friends find themselves fighting against a shipboard conspiracy that explodes into violence. That encounter, along with unexpected developments at home while Spider was away at sea, sets the stage for another killing and a manhunt that sends Spider back into hiding and fighting for his life against cutthroats and thieves. By the time Spider is done thinking and fighting his way through all the obstacles to reach the truth, he finds himself confronted with more difficult life decisions—and wondering whether the pirate life is perhaps the only place left for him. About Steve Goble Steve Goble writes historical mysteries. He is the author the Spider John Mysteries, which combines his love of swords, pirates and murder to follow a pirate detective on water and land. PIECES OF EIGHT (Mar. 16, 2019; Seventh Street Books) is the fourth installment in the series. A former journalist, Goble now works in communications for a cybersecurity firm as a digital forensics analyst. Goble helps examiners analyze evidence from computers and smartphones to help resolve a variety of civil and criminal cases. Goble also writes fantasy, horror, science fiction and poetry. He also serves on the board for the Mystery Writers of America Midwest Chapter. An avid craft beer lover, he previously authored a column called “Brewologist”, which appeared on USA Today Network-Ohio, where he resides.
25 minutes | a month ago
Peggy Brusseau discusses food, health and her new book, "The Contented Vegan"
Molly interviews Peggy Brusseau about her new book, "The Contented Vegan". You can order "The Contented Vegan" on Amazon https://amzn.to/3tejinx The Contented Vegan is a guide to the fastest-growing lifestyle of the 21st century. Its author, Peggy Brusseau, has written, co-written or collaborated on some 24 other books, many of them major bestsellers. Peggy was born in the mid-west state of Minnesota. As one of nine children, she was raised to be self-sufficient and skilled in as many ways as possible: in a household of that size, everyone had to help out and make themselves useful. She claims there was no hardship in that experience; rather, it has made her adaptable. She has applied herself to many jobs and roles over the years, all of them eventually inspiring creative expression of some sort. Peggy writes and cooks every day. While running a small-holding she quickly realized that she could no longer participate in animal husbandry and adopted a vegetarian diet. Very soon she moved on to a fully plant-based way of eating. ‘I have been through every pre-vegan style of eating and thinking,’ Peggy says, ‘and have faced most of the hurdles to achieving a healthy, plant-based diet. I know my onions.
35 minutes | 2 months ago
Chris Kennedy and David Weber discuss their new book, "Into The Light"
Molly interviews Chris Kennedy and David Weber about their new book, "Into The Light". You can order "Into The Light" on Amazon https://amzn.to/2MDZcDk In New York Times-bestselling science fiction epic Out of the Dark, Earth beat back an alien invasion. Now we've got to make sure they don't come back, in Into the Light. The Shongairi conquered Earth. In mere minutes, half the human race died, and our cities lay in shattered ruins. But the Shongairi didn’t expect the survivors’ tenacity. And, crucially, they didn’t know that Earth harbored two species of intelligent, tool-using bipeds. One of them was us. The other, long-lived and lethal, was hiding in the mountains of eastern Europe, the subject of fantasy and legend. When they emerged and made alliance with humankind, the invading aliens didn’t stand a chance. Now Earth is once again ours. Aided by the advanced tech the aliens left behind, we’re rebuilding as fast as we can. Meanwhile, a select few of our blood-drinking immortals are on their way to the Shongairi homeworld, having commandeered one of the alien starships...the planet-busting kind.
43 minutes | 2 months ago
Stephanie Kane discusses her new book, "Cold Case Story"
Molly interviews Stephanie Kane about her new book, "Cold Case Story". You can find Stephanie's author page on Amazon at this link: ww.amazon.com/Stephanie-Kane Check out Stephanie's social media: WEBSITE: writerkane.com COLD CASE STORY BLOG: writerkane.com/blog FACEBOOK: /AuthorStephanieKane Cold Case Story is based on a series of blog posts about a 1973 murder in which Stephanie Kane played an unwitting part. More than a witness but less than an active participant, she was a bit actor whose role in the crime shaped her life. For the next thirty years, she hid, distorted or denied the carnage in that suburban garage. In 2001, she tried to exorcise it by fictionalizing it in a mystery novel called Quiet Time. But a bludgeoning for which nobody paid the price demands answers, and cold cases exert a unique hydraulic force. Instead of laying the murder to rest, Quiet Time brought that cold case roaring back to life. And the killer wasn’t the only one to be brought to account. A cold case is the tale of a murder told not just once, but twice. A story is shaped by characters, setting and plot. It changes with each telling but always has a beginning, middle and end. Cold Case Story tries to make sense of a brutal murder, a cold case and their consequences by viewing them through the lens of storytelling. In the end, all are punish’d—even the guilty. Stephanie Kane is a lawyer and award-winning author of four crime novels. Born in Brooklyn, she came to Colorado as a freshman at CU. She owned and ran a karate studio in Boulder and is a second-degree black belt. After graduating from law school, she was a corporate partner at a top Denver law firm before becoming a criminal defense attorney. She has lectured on money laundering and white collar crime in Eastern Europe, and given workshops throughout the country on writing technique. She lives in Denver with her husband and two black cats.
37 minutes | 2 months ago
Interview with writer Christy Nicholas, author fo the Druid's Brooch book series
Molly interviews writer Christy Nicholas, author of the Druid's Brooch book series. You can find Christy's author page on Amazon at this link: https://amzn.to/3proiCS
35 minutes | 2 months ago
Interview with Syed M. Masood, author of "The Bad Muslim Discount"
Molly interviews writer Syed M. Masood, author of "The Bad Muslim Discount" and "More Than Just a Pretty Face". You can find Syed's author page on Amazon at this link: https://amzn.to/2Z2FyDv
27 minutes | 3 months ago
Interview with mystery writer Timothy Miller
Molly interviews writer Timothy Miller, about his book, The Strange Case of Eliza Doolittle. You can find Timothy's author page on Amazon at this link: https://amzn.to/2YAS4Kq Tim Miller is a rambler from north Louisiana. He has lived in Houston, Los Angeles, New Orleans, San Francisco--probably the only bartender to have worked in the French Quarter and Fisherman's Wharf--his beloved Chicago, Lincoln Nebraska, and even spent some time living La Dolce Vita in Milan, which un-English though it is, is where the inspiration for The Strange Case of Eliza Doolittle began. A screenwriter, poet, and playwright, 'Doolittle' is my first novel.
36 minutes | 5 months ago
Interview with Hugo award winning writer, Mary Robinette Kowal
Molly interview writer Mary Robinette Kowal, about her books The Relentless Moon, Word Puppets, Ghost Talkers, The Fated Sky, and more! You can find Mary's author page on Amazon at this link: https://amzn.to/3qhg1Ty Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mary.r.kowal Twitter: @MaryRobinette Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/maryrobinette Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/maryrobinette/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MaryRobinetteKowal Website: http://maryrobinettekowal.com/ Mary Robinette Kowal is the author of the Lady Astronaut duology and historical fantasy novels: The Glamourist Histories series and Ghost Talkers. She’s a member of the award-winning podcast Writing Excuses and has received the Astounding Award for Best New Writer, four Hugo awards, the RT Reviews award for Best Fantasy Novel, the Nebula, and Locus awards. Stories have appeared in Strange Horizons, Asimov’s, several Year’s Best anthologies, and her collections Word Puppets and Scenting the Dark and Other Stories. Her novel Calculating Stars is one of only eighteen novels to win the Hugo, Nebula, and Locus awards in a single year. As a professional puppeteer and voice actor (SAG/AFTRA), Mary Robinette has performed for LazyTown (CBS), the Center for Puppetry Arts, Jim Henson Pictures, and founded Other Hand Productions. Her designs have garnered two UNIMA-USA Citations of Excellence, the highest award an American puppeteer can achieve. She records fiction for authors such as Seanan McGuire, Cory Doctorow, and John Scalzi. Mary Robinette lives in Nashville with her husband Rob and over a dozen manual typewriters.
27 minutes | 5 months ago
Interview with Lumberjanes writer Kat Leyh
Molly interviews writer and artist Kat Leyh, about her books Snapdragon, Lumberjanes, and more! You can find Daisy's author page on Amazon at this link: amazon.com/Kat-Leyh Twitter: @kaymlay
28 minutes | 5 months ago
Interview with author Daisy Bateman
Molly interviews Daisy Bateman, authors of the new book, "Murder Goes To Market". You can find Daisy's author page on Amazon at this link: amazon.com/Daisy-Bateman Twitter: @daisyj
32 minutes | 6 months ago
Interview with authors Ehsan Ahmad and Shakil Ahmad
Molly interviews Ehsan Ahmad and Shakil Ahmad, authors of the new book, "Wild Sun". You can find Ehsan and Shakil's author page on Amazon at this link: amazon.com/Ehsan-Ahmad Twitter: @TheAhmadBros
30 minutes | 6 months ago
Interview with mystery author Leslie Budewitz
Molly interviews Leslie Budewitz, author of the new book, "The Solace of Bay Leaves", the Spice Shop Mysteries, and the Food Lovers' Village Mysteries. You can find Leslie's author page on Amazon at this link: amazon.com/Leslie-Budewitz Check out Stephanie's social media: WEBSITE: lesliebudewitz.com FACEBOOK: /LeslieBudewitzAuthor TWITTER: @LeslieBudewitz
43 minutes | 6 months ago
Interview with author Stephanie Kane
Molly interviews Stephanie Kane, author of Automat, A Perfect Eye, Quiet Time, and Seeds of Doubt. You can find Stephanie's author page on Amazon at this link: ww.amazon.com/Stephanie-Kane Check out Stephanie's social media: WEBSITE: writerkane.com COLD CASE STORY BLOG: writerkane.com/blog FACEBOOK: /AuthorStephanieKane
29 minutes | 6 months ago
Interview with author Jonelle Patrick
Molly interviews Jonelle Patrick, author of The Last Tea Bowl Thief, Nightshade, Fallen Angel, Idolmaker and Painted Doll. You can find Jonelle's author page on Amazon at this link: ww.amazon.com/Jonelle-Patrick Check out Jonelle's stuff at the links below: Newsletter: Japanagram Only In Japan blog: jonellepatrick.me Website: jonellepatrick.com Twitter: @jonellepatrick
24 minutes | 6 months ago
Interview with author Michelle Major
Molly interviews Michelle Major, author of The Merriest Magnolia, The Road to Magnolia, and The Magnolia Sisters. You can find Michelle's author page on Amazon at this link: www.amazon.com/Michelle-Major/ Check out Michelle's stuff at the links below: Facebook @MichelleMajorBooks Twitter @michelle_major1 Instagram @michellemajorauthor Pinterest @mmajor11/boards Goodreads author/show/6468588.Michelle_Major
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