Episode 69 – 2nd Interview with Jim Irving – B2B Leaders Guidebook

Overview Jim was on Episode 17 (B2B Sales Guidebook), and he’s back to talk about his new book – B2B Sales. Jim is talking to us from Spain this time, and the weather looks beautiful. He does writing in both Ireland and Spain, and even runs his business while traveling. His new book deals with… Continue reading Episode 69 – 2nd Interview with Jim Irving – B2B Leaders Guidebook

Episode 68A – Katherine Kerestman – Creepy Cat

Overview Katherine is local to me – she’s from Cleveland. Her interests lie in the horrific – or creepy. She is a member of the Dracula society, Horror Writer’s association, and she loves Dark Shadows. Those interests have combined in an interesting way. Katherine likes to travel to destinations that are related to her horror… Continue reading Episode 68A – Katherine Kerestman – Creepy Cat

Episode 66A – Sandra Lynne Reed – Drive in ’65

Overview Sandy wrote a memoir story about a trip her family took over 50 years ago when she was a young girl. They lived in Alaska and decided to take a driving trip to visit family – two women and a bunch of kids. She recounts her research from a bunch of letters written at… Continue reading Episode 66A – Sandra Lynne Reed – Drive in ’65

Episode 65A – Lori Rochat – Schizophrenia, Your Guide to Surviving and Thriving

About Lori is a Clevelander, and has used her life experiences to write a book that she wants to help others. Lori was diagnosed with schizophrenia and has dealt with the disease most of her life. She would like her book to help others and the change people’s opinions of those suffering from schizophrenia. Her… Continue reading Episode 65A – Lori Rochat – Schizophrenia, Your Guide to Surviving and Thriving

Episode 56A – Samantha Hart – Blind Pony

Samantha has captured her life experience into a memoir titled Blind Pony. This isn’t just a “Hey, listen to these fun life stories” book. She’s captured hard experiences. She left home at 14 and ended up working in the music industry at Geffen records amongst bands like Aerosmith, Nirvana and Guns and Roses. She went… Continue reading Episode 56A – Samantha Hart – Blind Pony

Episode 42A – Doug Lawrence – The Gift of Mentoring

Doug Lawrence went from being a Canadian Mounted Police to a mentor which led him to writing a book on mentoring. He has spent his time with various groups being a mentor and teaching others about mentoring. Ken Blanchard is Doug’s favorite author: He buys most of his books digitally, but does like Indigo: https://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca… Continue reading Episode 42A – Doug Lawrence – The Gift of Mentoring

Episode 36A – Ran – Journey of Faith

Ran lives in Ontario Canada, and as we talked, the temp was WAY below zero. She works in the mental health field, which is what we talk about in the second half, but she views her writing as a major part of her life, starting at the tender age of 6. She’s also an avid… Continue reading Episode 36A – Ran – Journey of Faith

Episode 35A – Jeff Johnson – Boy Lessons

Jeff has several boys, and like other authors, used what he learned raising his kids to write a book. He has been a lawyer and politician, and adds writer to his resume. Besides this book, he runs a non-profit calls Can Do Canines where they raise and train service dogs. Jeff recommends this book: TRANSCRIPT:… Continue reading Episode 35A – Jeff Johnson – Boy Lessons

Episode 34A – Doug Knust – Man Stuff

Doug came to writing his first book in an interesting way. He felt there was a need to instruct boys in lessons for men and spent years running a group that helped accomplish that. Many of the lessons are bundled in his book, Man Stuff. This helpful book is targeted to young men and designed… Continue reading Episode 34A – Doug Knust – Man Stuff