Thursday Thirteen – Thirteen More Author Interviews in April

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Paperback Writer still has thirteen fabulous authors that will stopping by for an interview during the month. Find out how these authors came up with their story lines, what it took to create their characters and what they did in the face of rejection. They will share their candid road to publication and offer tips and advice to writers.

journeyfromheadtoheart.jpeg Self-help author Nancy Oelklaus, author of the book, Journey from Head to Heart ends our week on Friday, April 4 with some powerful advice for people who want to remove barriers to success, transform their lives, and live in joy.

  robinbook.jpeg  Motivational speaker Robin Jay, author of the book, The Art of the Business Lunch stops by on Tuesday, April 8. Robin found that bringing a social situation, particularly lunch, into business relationships works to bond client and salesperson. She attributes her proven track record to applying the lessons she learned during her vast experience courting clients. Robin has been on more than 3,000 client lunches, which is why her clients named her “The Queen of the Business Lunch”!

thepoetryofmurder.jpeg  Bernadette Steele, author of the murder mystery novel The Poetry of Murder joins us on Mystery Wednesday, April 9. In Bernadette’s newest book, an aspiring African American poet must unravel the mystery surrounding a million dollar inheritance and her aunt’s murder to save her own life.

  cincodemayo.png      Thinking of celebrating Cinco De Mayo in a few weeks. Find out the story behind the 5th of May when nonfiction author Don Miles, author of Cinco de Mayo: What is Everybody Celebrating? joins us Thursday, April 10. His book links Civil War in America to French battles in Mexico, and debunks the myth of Mexican Independence Day by setting the record straight about the historical significance of May 5, 1862 and how it influenced the outcome of the U.S. Civil War.

 themansfieldlighthousecats.jpeg   Get your taxes mailed before Tuesday, April 15 so you can enjoy some creative poetry with author Charlotte Barnes and her poetry book, The Mansfield Lighthouse Cats, a collection of accessible, fun poetry about diverse topics such as love, loneliness, football and genetic testing.

thetruthcover.jpeg   Psychologist Dr. Barbara Becker Holstein, author of The Truth, I’m a girl, I’m smart, and I know everything will be stopping here on Wednesday, April 16. Dr. Holstein’s book is another first in positive psychology. Written by a ten-year-old girl as a diary, Barbara has been able to imbed lots of positive truths that we all need to remember and live by, regardless of our age.

birthingtheelephant.jpeg    Entrepreneur Karin Abarbanel, author of Birthing the Elephant, will be stopping here on Thursday, April 17. Karin’s book is part portable success guide, part step-by-step guide through the life cycle of a small-business launch. Birthing the Elephant is the what to Expect When You’re Expecting for aspiring women entrepreneurs, offering them a practical road map to the rocky emotional terrain they’ll face during the critical first 24 months of their start-up, when every decision counts.

honordue.jpeg   D.H. Brown, author of the action/mystery/ thriller novel, Honor Due ends the week on Friday, April 18. Honor Due is a face-paced thriller set in the mist shrouded northwest which appeals to both genders.


  Women’s fiction author Sheila Roberts, author of Bikini Season starts our week off like a fresh spring morning on Monday, April 21. When a group of friends decides to turn their cooking club into a diet club, the lessons they learn are as different as the women themselves. But one lesson they all learn is that no matter what she’s facing, a woman needs her girlfriends.

quovadisisrael.jpeg    H. Peter Nennhaus, author of the current events book, Quo Vadis, Israel? joins us for his interview on Wednesday, April 23. Peter’s book is an extraordinary appraisal of Israel’s future and should be required reading for anyone who is concerned about unrelenting anti-Semitism and the seemingly impossible task of establishing peace in the Middle East.

joeygonzalez.jpeg     Tony Robles and his children’s book, Joey Gonzalez, Great American stops here on Thursday, April 24. Tony’s book is about little Joey Gonzalez who wants to grow up to be a great American, but one day his teacher said that because he was something called a “minority,” he wasn’t smart enough to become a great American on his own!

lostsouls200.jpeg      #1 New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jackson, author of the romantic suspense/thriller Lost Souls visits on the last Friday of the month, April 25. Missing women, students in thrall to evil, and a fiend after blood pull Kristi Bentz into an unimaginable confrontation with death in number one New York Times bestselling author Lisa Jackson’s new thriller, Lost Souls.

fifteenminutesofshame.jpeg    Chick lit author and relationship expert Lisa Daily, author of Fifteen Minutes of Shame starts the week on Monday, April 28. What happens when America’s favorite TV dating guru finds out her husband is cheating – live on national television – is the premise of Lisa’s new book from Plume Publishing!

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This article was written by Rebecca

Rebecca is a book coach and editor. She guides aspiring writers, coaches, entrepreneurs and speakers to become self-published authors so they share their expertise, knowledge and passion. Thinking about writing a book? Contact her today to start writing your book.

One thought on “Thursday Thirteen – Thirteen More Author Interviews in April”

  1. Rebecca,
    Thanks for mentioning my book, “The Mansfield Lighthouse Cats.” It’s been great working with you on the tour.

    Charlotte Barnes
    P.S. Don’t miss my upcoming children’s book, “Stella Ducktropolis” out soon!

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