AudibleAuthors Interviews with authors across many genres.

September 17, 2016  
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John Broughton has had a knack for writing stories since his school days. He has lived in several places in the South and the Midwest. He brings you stories based in his life experiences as well as daydreams. Virtually Criminal is his first venture into the world of published works.

Listen to our interview with John.
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July 6, 2016  

Frédéric Zürcher started his career as an elementary school teacher in New York State before teaching on the high school level and later a professor of education in France. The award of several US and international patents brought him to USA, where he has been involved in product developments, marketing, operations, and general management, as well as CEO of several US and Far East based companies.


His long-term interest in education, psychology, and theology has motivated the writing of this book.


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July 6, 2016  

The author is a retired Engineer and Lawyer who has traveled extensively in Europe, Asia, Central, and South America for business and pleasure. He lives in Plymouth, Michigan. Has two adult children and is widowed.

This is his second published book.  He has been a “ NUT “ about Roman history and lives since he was in the 4th grade. He has traveled extensively in Europe to research and visit ancient Roman sites.

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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 burkeb57cav@aol.com.
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July 6, 2016  

Silver_Stiletto_podbean.pngRoger Nelson is a bicycle rider who qualified in 1994 to ride in the Race Across America. He's also been in more than a hundred races, most of them 5K. He's a writer with many varied interests, and holds a Bachelor of Religious Education for the Baptist Bible College in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania, and a B.S. from Acquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He's a Michigan resident who resides in Texas during the winter.

Visit his website: bikwritr.net

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June 28, 2016  

Benjamin E. Jenkins (Ben) was born in Lincolnton, North Carolina. Ben currently resides in San Diego, California, with his wife and three daughters.

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June 28, 2016  

Miss Pierce has written nine children's books since retiring from teaching. She contends that the positive response to her work inspires her to continue. And she plans to do so as long as she has fun and interesting things to share.

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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.

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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.
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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. 
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