Category Archives: Fiction

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Eve Karlin: Publishing Veteran’s First Book Brings America’s First Murder Trial To Life

Eve Karlin

Eve Karlin is a graduate of Colgate University, where she studied literature and creative writing with Frederick Busch. Karlin worked in publishing for more than a decade in marketing, at Random House, Newsweek, and, later, as a foreign book scout with clients in the United Kingdom, Italy, Holland, Brazil, and Japan. She has had several Listen Now

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Nelson DeMille: Heating Up The Cold War in Radiant Angel

Nelson DeMille

Nelson DeMille is the bestselling author of 19 novels, including By the Rivers of Babylon, Cathedral, The Talbot Odyssey, Word of Honor, The Charm School, The Gold Coast, The General’s Daughter, Spencerville, Plum Island, The Lion’s Game, Up Country, Night Fall, Wild Fire, The Gate House, The Lion, The Panther, The Quest, and his new novel, Radiant Angel, the Listen Now

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Joëlle Delbourgo: A Top Literary Agent’s Advice On Becoming A Successful Author

Literary agent Joelle Delbourgo

Joëlle Delbourgo is President and Founder of Joëlle Delbourgo Associates. She represents a broad range of adult nonfiction and fiction, as well as a select and growing list of young adult and middle grade fiction and nonfiction. She began her career at Bantam Books, where she discovered and launched the “Choose Your Own Adventure” series Listen Now

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Russell Blake’s Secret To Success: Never Stop Writing and Always Avoid Clowns

Russell Blake

Russell Blake is the USA Today bestselling author of twenty-eight novels. He’s sold over 650,000 copies of his work in less than 3 years and recently co-authored the action/adventure novel The Eye of Heaven with legendary author Clive Cussler. He also authored the non-fiction international bestseller An Angel With Fur and How To Sell A Listen Now

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Rebecca Cantrell: Reaching Into The Past and Present To Create Future Bestsellers

Rebecca Cantrell

Rebecca Cantrell is the NY Times bestselling author of nine novels, including the highly-popular Joe Tesla series, the suspenseful Order of the Sanguines series, and the Hannah Vogel historical mysteries. She is also the creator of the iMonster series; which includes the bestselling ebooks iDrakula and iFrankenstein. Rebecca left a promising career a few years Listen Now

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Micheal Rivers: Award-Winning Poet & Author, World-Class Ghost Hunter

Micheal Rivers

Micheal Rivers is an award-winning author whose bestselling novel Verliege was voted Supernatural Book of 2012. His first fiction was published in 2003 and re-released as The Black Witch in 2011. His next book, Moonlight on the Nantahala, was widely received as an exceptional work of modern fiction. Additionally, he has two ghost anthologies and Listen Now

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Stephen Templin: From Hell Week To The Top Of The Bestseller Lists With SEAL Team Six

Stephen Templin

Stephen Templin is a New York Times and international bestselling author of the popular SEAL Team Six series and his newest book, Trident’s First Gleaming. His books have been translated into thirteen languages, including German, French, Spanish, Hungarian, and Japanese. Before becoming a full-time author, he completed Hell Week, qualified as a pistol and rifle Listen Now

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Elaine Neil Orr: Bringing Memories of Africa To Life

Elaine Neil Orr

Elaine Neil Orr is a trans-Atlantic writer of fiction, memoir, and poetry.  Themes of home, country, and spiritual longing run through her writing. A Different Sun: A Novel of Africa, her newest book, has been called by Lee Smith “as lyrical and passionate a novel as has ever been written.  [It] shines in the mind Listen Now

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Claire Cook: Living Proof That It’s Never Too Late To Reinvent Yourself

Claire Cook

Claire Cook is the bestselling author of 14 books, including Must Love Dogs, which was made into a major motion picture starring Diane Lane and John Cusack. Since then Claire has built an impressive body of work and is now venturing into personal growth with the book, Never Too Late. Claire has a wonderful back Listen Now

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Barbara Rogan: Playing The Field As Editor, Agent and Author

Barbara Rogan

Barbara Rogan is a former book editor, literary agent and the author of nine novels, including her latest, A Dangerous Fiction, which is a tale of suspense and mystery set in the publishing industry. Her books have been translated into six languages. She is also the coauthor of two nonfiction books. She has taught fiction Listen Now

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Homer Hickam: From Coalwood to the Stars

Homer Hickam

From humble beginnings in Coalwood, West Virginia to the battlefields of Vietnam to the ranks of bestselling author, Homer Hickam seems to have done it all. His seminal book, Rocket Boys, published in 1998, was made into the critically acclaimed move October Sky a year later. Since then Hickam has authored over a dozen books Listen Now

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Matthew Iden: Mastering The Art of the Hard-Boiled Detective Series

Matthew Iden

Matthew Iden writes fantasy, science fiction, horror, thrillers, crime fiction, and contemporary literary fiction with a psychological twist. An eclectic resume–he’s held jobs with the US Postal Service, international non-profit groups, a short stint with the Forest Service in Sitka, Alaska and time with the globe-spanning Semester at Sea program–has given him inspiration for short Listen Now

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