Eye on Books BOOKCAST
Interviews with authors of new, bestselling books.
9/29/2014 | Download File (7.47 MB) - right click to download
Even before the police in Myrtle Beach. South Carolina suspect a connection between the deaths of two pregnant women. paramedic Jodi Duncan recognizes the work of a serial killer Despite the vast differences in the two cases, Jodi urges Detective Nate Quigley to think ‘outside the box.’ But after digging deep into the separate investigations, Nate finds no evidence to support a serial killer theory, and he warns Jodi to back off police business. But that only fuels her passion for the cases. In Dianna T. Benson‘s suspense thriller “Final Trimester” a third pregnant woman is murdered, and Nate is named lead detective on the case. He works to link the deaths, in order to unmask and stop a serial murderer, a disturbed man who believes God and the devil battle inside his head to bend him according to their wills. As the killer fights both voices, his interest fixates on Jodi when he discovers her obsession with ending his rampage. More below the media player. Listen to Dianna T. Benson The Indie Author Life In a recent blog post titled “In Honor of EMS Personnel,” part-time EMS worker Dianna T. Benson expresses her hope that “Final Trimester” will shine […] Similar Posts: Is This Why Readers Don’t Finish Books? Solving a 40-Year-Old Murder Case Might Prove Deadly A Deadly Race Is On To Save A 12-Year-Old Girl Who Is The Serial Killer of Aspen Falls? It Takes a Texas Girl to Nail This London Serial Killer The post Someone Is Killing Pregnant Women appeared first on The Bookcast.
9/26/2014 | Download File (6.97 MB) - right click to download
When last we ran into Eileen Brockway, she and her husband Dan, both of Johnson, Ohio, were breaking up, after the revelation that Eileen had an affair with former movie star Adrian Conway. And she wasn’t the only one. That was in Gordon Osmond’s debut novel “Slipping on Stardust.” Now, “Turner’s Point” follows the fallout from the explosion of the Brockways’ marriage. Similar Posts: In Johnson, Ohio a Star is Bored Private Eye Goes Out on a Limb to Solve This Case Coming to Grips With The Reality of Change For Romance Click Any Key This is Not How Childbirth is Supposed To Go The post In The Aftermath of a Ruined Marriage appeared first on The Bookcast.
9/24/2014 | Download File (6.82 MB) - right click to download
Jenny Harrison has made some poor choices in her 28 years, but marrying Gabe was not one of them. In fact it was the best thing she’d ever done. They had the perfect marriage — until a tragic accident leaves Gabe brain dead and Jenny’s world in ruins. In Theresa Rizzo‘s novel “Just Destiny” as Jenny is coming to terms with her loss, she decides to preserve the best of their love by conceiving Gabe’s child. But his family is adamantly against the idea, even willing to risk exposing long-held family secrets to stop it. Caught in a web of twisted motives and contentious legal issues, Jenny turns to best friend and attorney Steve Grant. Steve wants to help Jenny, but he has reservations — and secrets of his own. When something so private and simple turns public and complicated, will Jenny relent? And what is Steve willing to sacrifice to help her? More below the media player. Listen to Theresa Rizzo The Indie Author Life Theresa Rizzo shares her expertise with her fellow indie authors on her website and blog. In a recent article she offers “Advice On Story Openings“: I always tell beginning writers openings must do three […] Similar Posts: Can She Get Her Son Back – From Her Own Parents? Nothing Spoils a Memory Like the Truth They’re Literally Pawns in a Twisted Game A Good Story Well Told Is This Why Readers Don’t Finish Books? The post She Wants His Baby – But Will His Family, and The Law, Stand In The Way? appeared first on The Bookcast.
9/22/2014 | Download File (7.93 MB) - right click to download
Never belonging anywhere was something you got used to, at least in Bandorea. Wanting something more, was something you learned to shun. But when presented with the chance to change your fortune and pursue your dreams, do you take it? Even if it risks your happiness, your family, and your life? And, if you did take that chance, how do you convince your realm’s mortal enemies that you only mean to help and live to tell the tale of it? In A. Wrighton‘s latest book, “Convergence: Dragonics & Runics Part III” the Rogue Dragonics should have been happy when they found her — the Dragon born to be ridden by The One. But how can anyone rejoice when one of their own has abandoned the cause for the Chancellor’s? Just how long will their spies and allies remain safe with a traitor in their midst? More below the media player. Listen to A. Wrighton The Indie Author Life In addition to writing mixed-genre novels, A.Wrighton runs her own independent author services company, Little Green Eyed Press, and hosts a blog on the craft of writing. In a recent blog post A.W. listed “5 Things I Wish I Knew When I […] Similar Posts: War, Holocaust, Rebellion – and Dragons and Runics We’re Refining Our Indie Author Focus Dear Mom (And Dear Dad) A Stunning Story of Two Women and the Bond They Forge Sordid Past Haunts Supermodel The post Time Is Running Out For The Rogues appeared first on The Bookcast.
9/19/2014 | Download File (7.13 MB) - right click to download
Thrud is a teenage girl, who has an after-school job waiting tables. Her younger, twin brothers Magni and Modi, have the usual problems with school, bullies, family issues, as do the other children they know. But these are no ordinary youngsters. These are “The Aesir Kids” – that’s the title of the new novel for young readers by James Goldin, and his daughter Charlotte. It’s a fantasy built on actual Norse mythology. Along with other gods, godlings, light-elves, trolls, dwarfs and creatures, the young heroes of “The Aesir Kids” must find a way to save the universe .. and find the core of courage within themselves. More below the media player. Listen to James Goldin <iframe style=’border:0; width:440; height:190;’ src=”http://thebookcast.com/embed.php?ISBN=0985455322″></iframe> The Indie Author Life In a recent interview with fantascize.com, James and Charlotte Goldin describe some of their favorite characters: Tell us about an interesting character or group of characters in your novel. Charlotte: Thrud, because it’s sort of like a teenage girl on Earth, except there’s no TV or movies, and she’s being deprived of all her rights by a grumpy old grandfather (Odin), who has all the power. And Fire—Fire’s the only one we made up. James: Charlotte […] Similar Posts: Escaped Slave Finds Freedom. Or Does He? A Body in The Basement – Of Course He’s the… Denying Her Fairy Heritage Could Be Dangerous Love, Hatred and Jealousy. But Also Regret. Finally a YA Novel Written By a Real YA The post The Down-to-Earth Children of Asgard appeared first on The Bookcast.