Tiffany Fenton Interviews Me

I spent some time with a hero

Tiffany Fenton (and if you haven’t read her story, you should) asked me if I’d be her first interview.

When #the_herowithin calls, can you not answer?

Okay, I chose to answer. Tiffany supplied twenty-two questions with the instructions that I didn’t have to answer all of them, I could pick and choose. I answered all of them because 1) hey, somebody wants to interview me? Go for it! 2) I’m an overachiever (not really).

Anyway, it was fun and I hope you all enjoy

You can read the interview on Tiffany’s site, under Joseph Carrabis.

And please do enjoy.

PS) You can find Tiffany’s books in the list on the right (depending on your device). Enjoy them, too.

Gary Guinn – Murderous Colleges and Professorial Sleuths

Holmes&Watson go to college and Excursions on Literary Waterways

Gary GuinnHello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews. Today’s guest is retired English professor and campus assassin Gary Guinn.

Okay, he’s not a campus assassin but campus murders are much on his mind as he develops his Lam Series of books about Professor Lam Corso.

Ever notice how many academics who become authors murder people on campuses? Probably because it’s easier than flunking people. Or dealing with campus administrations. Or department heads.

I’d like everyone to stand up and give Gary Guinn a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.

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Joanell Serra – Horse Lessons in Wine Country

An MFT puts her counseling experiences into an impressive premier novel

Joanell Serra going bareback in wine countryHello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews. Today’s guest is The Vines We Planted author Joanell Serra.

Basically, Joanell opened up a can of sensory detail and started writing.

NOT REALLY but it sure seems that way reading her book.

I’d like everyone to stand up and give Joanell Serra a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.

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Joanell Serra’s The Vines We Planted is August Pick for Latino Book of the Month Club!

Joanell Serra’s The Vines We Planted Success Story!

Joanell Serra going bareback in wine countryThis just in from The Vines We Planted author Joanell Serra:

Hi Everyone!
It’s a hot August day in California. (90 here in Sonoma today. Yikes!)

I’ll give you my news quickly so I can get back in the pool!

The Vines We Planted has been chosen for the Latino Book of the Month Club for August.

I am so honored and excited to participate. (I could insert a video here of my happy dance when I found out, to the song “my vida loca” but I just won’t do that to you all.)

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Bob Zaslow – Shakespeare Rap

Yo Yo Yo I’m Prince Hamlet! Gotta problem wi’ that?

Shakespeare Rapper Bob ZaslowHello all and welcome to our continuing series of author interviews.

Bob has many talents and won many awards. Perhaps the biggest question is “How does a suburban white guy make The Bard urbanghettolastic?” and asking that question is a great demonstration of how out of touch I am.

I’d like everyone to stand up and give Bob Zaslow a big round of applause for taking part in our exciting adventure.
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