Award-winning author Laurel McHargue lives and laughs and podcasts and writes in the breathtaking elevation of Colorado's Rocky Mountains. Follow her on her website @ www.laurelmchargue.com and listen to her narrations of nonfiction on "Alligator Preserves" and dark fiction on "Dark Ebb."
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Episode 142: Miriam Green Talks About Hamas Attack on 7 October
Miriam Green, author of "The Lost Kitchen: Reflections and Recipes from an Alzheimer's Caregiver," discusses what happened on October 7th when Hamas terrorists attacked Israel.
Episode 141: "Let's Talk About Sex" with Dr. Heather England
Dr. Heather England discusses her new GREAT SEX PODCAST and how she is helping partners explore ways to improve their sex lives.
Episode 140: Cam Torrens' "STABLE"
Debut award-winning author Cam Torrens dips from his experiences in the military and in Search and Rescue to write "STABLE," a grippingly suspenseful novel, the first in a series.
Episode 139: Savannah J Tully--Poet, Nature Lover, Humanitarian
Debut poet Savannah J Tully's first collection--"Six Tall Trees"--will move and inspire you!
Episode 138: Mark Shaiken, Renaissance Man!
Denver author Mark Shaiken has a unique legal thriller series based on his 41 years as a commercial bankruptcy lawyer. We talk about the third book in the series--"Unfair Discrimination"--and Mark's life doing many unusual jobs, and he give writing tips. Check out his fabulous photography!
Episode 137: Johnny Worthen's Epic Worlds!
Award-winning, tie-dye wearing, epic sci-fi author Johnny Worthen entertains with stories in his Coronam series, writing tips, and other multi-genre discussions!
I love how she interviews people. She’s just so intriguing and fun to listen to
I have so enjoyed listening to the fun and quirky tale telling of a podcaster and author. Very funny stories and a wonderful listening experience. Love the intro music and introductions of what is coming up. I look forward to hearing more from Laurel.
Back to my story
What a fun way to end the day with my 10 year old, listening to your second podcast, on hair. We smiled, laughed, looked at each other quizzically and then laughed some more. We were also really impressed with your big word, it was well used...now, back to my story.