Today, I break bread with L. A. Kelley, author of One Enchanted Evening, which we took a look at earlier this month! I apologize for the odd sound quality and the several interruptions … we had some technical difficulties … but I believe I corrected for the worst of it. Enjoy!
It’s landmark day in the Starving Review kitchens, as we conduct our first live interview with chef Michelle Kay, a local Gulf Bay author and subject of this week’s Starving Review with Hungry for You. Let’s take a listen!
We start off our Local Authors Extravaganza by inviting S. Usher Evans, author of the Raiza series among others, into the kitchen for a talk. There’s no need for further preamble, so let’s crack into it, shall we?
I sit down and talk about indie authors and, of course, my own books with Deadpool Speaks and Dr. Ehvil Bheard! Don’t stop with me, though! There’s plenty more interviews with other authors from Pensacon on the Chimachanga TalkYouTube channel!
Happy Friday, my friends! You know that means it’s time to get back to the Starving Review kitchen, but before we serve up the main course, I had the delight of having a sit-down with the chef behind today’s meal, Caelum Sky Illustrated, Andrea L. Radeck!
Good morning from the Starving family homestead in Georgia! Despite my relative vacation, the Starving Author kitchens never entirely close. Today, we bring in J. D. McCall, the chef behind today’s literary treat, South of Rising Sun, to find out what makes him and his writing tick. Enjoy!