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The Authors on the Air Global Radio Network is an international digital media corporation comprised of radio talk shows, podcasts, & book reviewers. We are interested in speaking to writers in all genres and other creative people. Thanks for joining us here today and please share with your friends.

    Pamela Fagan Hutchins talks Patrick Flint and a new kid's book

    Pamela Fagan Hutchins talks Patrick Flint and a new kid's book

    Dynamo author Pamela Fagan Hutchins joins Kerry Schafer to talk about her newest installment of the Patrick Flint mysteries, the challenges of writing during Covid, and the origins of her brand new picture book, Poppy Needs a Puppy.

    • 24 min
    Boyd Morrison

    Boyd Morrison

    Boyd Morrison discusses the circuitous route from engineer to Jeopardy champion to best selling author, how he comes up with extraordinary action sequences and the tale of his collaboration with the legendary Clive Cussler. We also get a tantalizing taste of his latest NYT Best-Seller, Marauder.

    • 36 min
    Matt Coyle

    Matt Coyle

    Matt Coyle was 14 when his father gave him Raymond Chandler's "The Simple Art of Murder." From that moment his love for hard boiled detectives was cemented in his psyche. In this one, we discuss his latest, "Blind Vigil" from Oceanview Publishing and the challenges of writing a story where your detective has lost his most important sense, his sight.

    • 26 min
    Quill & Ink - EP34 - Dr. Lew Bayer

    Quill & Ink - EP34 - Dr. Lew Bayer

    What is Civility? Being kind? Being good? Can we learn it? Join us with this episode Dr. Lew Bayer internationally known civility expert. Author, CEO, International Peace Ambassador Award Winner. This women is changing the world one lesson in civility at a time.
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    • 36 min
    Natasha Tynes With A Literary Murder Mystery That Draws on Her Jordanian-American heritage

    Natasha Tynes With A Literary Murder Mystery That Draws on Her Jordanian-American heritage

    Author Natasha Tynes With A Literary Murder Mystery That Draws on Her Jordanian-American heritage on Charlotte Readers Podcast


    In this Under the Covers episode, we visit with Natasha Tynes, author of “They Called Me Wyatt,” a literary murder mystery that draws on the author’s Jordanian-American heritage.

    Rana F. Sweis, author of “Voices of Jordan,” calls the book “a brilliantly imaginative and riveting tale of cross cultures as well as personal triumph and struggle.”

    Gwen Florio, author of “Silent Hearts,” observes that Natasha’s book “starts with an irresistible concept—a murder victim’s soul trapped in a toddler’s body, unable to communicate what happened beyond screams and tantrums—and only gets better from there…it explores the lives of young Jordanians simultaneously bound by the strictures of their home country, and experiencing the freedom—and the bias—of life in the United States. An absorbing read.”

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    • 36 min
    Joseph Mills Pulls Back the Curtain on the Lives of Soccer Moms and Dads

    Joseph Mills Pulls Back the Curtain on the Lives of Soccer Moms and Dads

    Author Joseph Mills Pulls Back the Curtain on the Lives of Soccer Moms and Dads in “Bleachers: fifty-four linked fictions” on Charlotte Readers Podcast

    In today’s episode, we meet Joseph Mills, author of “Bleachers: fifty-four linked fictions,” stories about what happens in and around youth sports.

    Shaindel Beers, author of “Secure Your Own Mask,” Winner of the White Pine Press Poetry Prize, says “in Bleachers, Joe Mills pulls back the curtain on an oft-ridiculed segment of society, the ‘soccer mom’ (or dad!) and reveals the deeper recesses of the human psyche. The realization that to have a child is ‘the death of the self,’ that some days the best you can do as a parent is ‘just be there,’ and myriad other epiphanies. From Pre-Game to Post-Game, from ‘Aging’ to ‘Zidane,’ there are life lessons for player and parent.”

    Joe starts the show reading one of the stories titled “Broncos,” where one mother wonders why teams couldn’t be more honest about what they call themselves.

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