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BookSpeak Network

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Three different shows. One common theme: celebrating the world of books. This podcast network is for readers and writers interested in hearing about awesome new books spanning a wide variety of different genres. Whether you’re hoping to get to know a new author or are in need of some practical writing tips, the BookSpeak Network has you covered. ~The first program in the BookSpeak Network is the Sunbury Press Books Show. Hosted by the CEO of indie publisher Sunbury Press Lawrence Knorr, this show consists largely of interviews between the publisher and the authors he takes on at Sunbury Press. Knorr interviews both fiction and nonfiction authors and covers a range of topics from history, sports, biography, and more. This show may air 1-4 times per month. ~The second program is called Milford House Mysteries, hosted by mystery and thriller authors Sherry Knowlton and JM (Jody) West. Sherry and JM often discuss the process of writing and publishing mysteries as well as doing interviews with some of the genre’s top authors. Milford House Mysteries hits the airwaves about two times per month. ~Finally, it’s the Brown Posey Press Show! Author Tory Gates interviews authors in the literary fiction and nonfiction genres, and he’s got a special connection with indie presses and indie authors. If you’re in the mood for a deep dive into art and uniqueness in literature, you’re going to find something to love in these conversations. ~Looking for author interviews and writing tips? Go ahead and hit that subscribe button. You’ve got some listening to do.

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Paula Stone Tucker was a witness to the May 4, 1970 shootings at Kent State University. A retired clinical psychologist, she worked with families, couples, and survivors of trauma and abuse. In her younger days she was a reporter for the... more

Donald Dewey has written some 40 books of fiction and nonfiction, as well as contributed scores of stories to magazines and other periodicals. He has also had some 30 plays staged in Europe and the United States. Donald's awards include... more

The two volumes of "The Godseed Saga" introduce us to a land of fantasy, science fiction and dystopia. In Books 1, 'Ran Mar: The First Seed' a lawyer, Edward Warren finds himself transported to a strange place where he faces... more

Penny Fletcher won more than 30 press awards while working for Media General Communications Inc. and Sunbelt Newspapers in Tampa Bay, Florida. She has edited more than 300 books while working for Amazon's initial publishing... more

Virginia Soenksen has always enjoyed creating new worlds and characters, and at some point started writing her ideas down. An art historian and museum director, she also writes about Japanese textiles. She lives in the Shenandoah... more

On this episode of Milford House Mysteries, co-hosts Sherry Knowlton and J.M. West interview author Margaret Meacham about her book The Ghosts of Laurelford. The mystery, set in 1919, features a teenage heroine and a story that... more

When Penny McAllister returns to her New Hampshire hometown to settle the family estate, memories, good, bad and terrible flood back. In the small town of Walton, everyone knows everyone, and the adult "PJ" captures the attention of... more

Glenn ?Hurricane? Schwartz is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist, doing the weather on TV for 40 years of his 47-year career. His specialty has been in forecasting and severe weather, especially hurricanes. He co-authored the... more

Louis Greenstein is the author of the 2014 novel Mr. Boardwalk (New Door Books) and the co-writer of One Child Born: The Music of Laura Nyro, a one-woman cabaret featuring collaborator Kate Ferber that had critically... more

Author Marcus Cook has crafted a series of compelling, thoughtful, and downright funny stories. A fan of sci-fi and thrillers, Cooks was inspired by the likes of Dean Koontz, Kevin Smith and Elmore Leonard. His works include "Ava Edison and... more