Podcasts by DiannAbroad, international solo nomad, author, travel blogger, and photographer include writing tips, travel tips, and her views of life, from savvy and thoughtful to quirky and humorous.
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"Wives Who Kill" - A true crime story by Dr. Phyllis K. Walters
True Crime Story: Sophie and Hannah: Two women with different backgrounds, different circumstances, and different mindsets. Yet, both are wanted for murder. What made them do it? Court-appointed forensic psychologist, Dr. Rosie Klein, untangles the web of circumstances surrounding each act of violence, and more
Bollinger's 7th Medical Thriller: "The Healing Tree"
Diann interviews Darryl Bollinger, discussing his latest thriller, "The Healing Tree", set in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, not far from his home. When protagonist Reeves butts up against Big Pharma and greed, he faces danger.
Writer's Block and What To Do About It.
DiannAbroad explains writers' block is real, and it came at her with a vengeance, cloaked in what she was celebratory excitement just when I released my thriller novel to beta readers. . This podcast lays out her strategies to address my personal variety of writer’s block.
20 to 2021 Looking Forward: Goals
Diann is back to podcasting again after a 6-week hiatus and I'm writing goals for 2021. First, in order to look forward, I needed to look back to 2020...briefly, at least. This podcast does that: I look back and then talk about my 2021 goals with an eye to encouraging you to write your goals for 2021.
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 to a community on the Eastern Shore of Virginia I visited a few times in early 2000, I came upon a startling, sweet surprise!
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.
Inspiring and moving!
I had the immense pleasure of spending a few days with Diann a few years ago and experiencing her vitality, curiosity, warmth, and humor. I am thrilled to be able to listen to her and follow her on her continual path of discovery. What a huge pleasure, thank-you!!
I love listening to Diann! New fan..J.J. Clarke