• 01:31

    Military Monday with John D. Gresham With Authors Gerry & Janet Souter

    in Military

    Guns, rifles, and other firearms have been an important part of American culture and history, long before there was a United States of America. It is no surprise that when the founding fathers wrote the U.S. Constitution, right after free speech, a free and independent press, and the right of free association, the right to own and bear personal firearms was right at the top of the list of American citizen rights. Sadly, not all Americans have embraced this right lawfully, or with a sense of community. These are the individuals we know as "Outlaws."


    Over the centuries, Americans have frequently idealized and romanticized outlaws both in legend and written history. In the old American West, they had names like "Billy the Kid," "the James Gang," and Wyatt Earp. During the interwar period and Great Depression of the 20th century, outlaws took on a "Robin Hood" mystique which along with weak state and federal firearms laws and law enforcement, allow them to roam the countryside taking what they wanted. And through it all, from the 19th century today, they all had one common thing linking them: Guns.


    To learn more about American outlaws and the guns that made them both famous and notorious, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham for Military Monday at 1 p.m. EST. His guests today will be the noted Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press) husband-and-wife writing team, Gerry and Janet Souter. They will be discussing their new book GUNS OF OUTLAWS, which chronicles the famous firearms of American outlaws over the past several centuries. In addition to the more famous outlaws and gains most people are familiar with, Gerry and Janet will talk about some of the lesser-known criminals and gunfighters over the years.

  • 01:15

    Stephanie Bond & the Body Movers in KindleWorlds LIVE on Authors on the Air

    in Books

    Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes the magnificent Stephanie Bond. Stephanie Bond was several years into a corporate computer programming career when an instructor in her night school MBA program remarked that she had a flair for writing and encouraged her to submit one of her projects to academic journals. "But," Stephanie says, "all I could think was 'I wonder if I could write a romance novel?'" Bond grew up on a farm in eastern Kentucky where the entertainment choices were few. Luckily, she had a beloved aunt who shared her passion for reading. "When she visited once a year, she brought boxes and boxes of gothic novels by Victoria Holt and Phyllis Whitney and lush historical romances--I was in heaven! So suddenly thinking about writing in the genre of the books I loved was very exciting." After writing every spare moment for two years, Stephanie sold her first romantic comedy manuscript, IRRESISTIBLE? to Harlequin books. Two years later, she walked away from her corporate career to write commercial fiction full time. To date, she's published over 60 romance and mystery projects with Random House, St. Martin's Press, HarperCollins, and Mira Books, and is most well-known for her BODY MOVERS humorous mystery series.  She is a  featured author in Kindle Worlds.  http://amzn.to/182Otsn.


    This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Like us at http://facebook.com/authorsontheair , follow us on Twitter @authorsontheair.  Follow host Pam Stack on Twitter @PamStackHost and http://facebook.com4pamstack.


     


     

  • 01:03

    DEA agent -Author James O. Born & "Scent of Murder" LIVE -Authors on the Air

    in Books

    James O. Born knows what he's writing about.  He is an agent with the DEA and a highly regarded author of fiction.  Authors on the Air host Pam Stack chats with author James O. Born LIVE on Monday, April 20th at 8pm ET. Here is more about James.   When I was new to police work, as an agent with U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, I had an unrealistic view of what my job would be like. On television, DEA agents are in shoot-outs and get the chicks but in real life they follow suspected drug violators around until they can make a case. If you're a new guy, no one in the DEA much cares about family life or other interests, you just drive. I read a lot of Tom Clancy and W.E.B. Griffin because I liked the idea of learning something about the military. I would read the occasional police book but felt the books didn't reflect my experience as a cop. I was not a CIA trained assassin. I could not rip a shotgun out of someone's hands without suffering a catastrophic injury. I didn't crawl out of crushed police cars and shake off the injury. Neither did any cop I knew. So I wrote a book based on real police work with a ficitonal plot. Buy James's books here http://amzn.to/1zxiA29.


    This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.  On the web at http://authorsontheair.com. Follow on Twitter @authorsontheair and on http://facebook.com/authorsontheair.

  • 00:57

    Kate Mathis joins The Librarian LIVE on Authors on the Air

    in Books

    Host Tabatha Pope welcomes author, Kate Mathis to THE LIBRARIAN on Authors on the Air.  


    Kate Mathis is the author of the Agent Melanie Ward Novels. This female spy series is an action-packed mashup of adventure, mystery, humor and romantic-suspense. Kate lives in Tucson, Arizona with her husband and twin daughters. She graduated from the University of Arizona and is currently working on BOOK 5 of the Agent Melanie Ward Novels. Kate also has a Children’s/Young Adult titled Moon Over Monsters. After almost a decade in banking, she left to pursue her childhood dream of writing. Leaving the fluorescents behind she dropped into a world of espionage and never looked back. Kate shows her appreciation for wildlife with four large dogs roaming the yard. She likes to play her music too loud and tries not to take things too seriously. Kate never texts while driving, doesn’t have voicemail and would give up her cell in a heartbeat if she didn’t have kids. Find out more about Kate on her website, www.katemathis.net.


    Host of "The Librarian", Tabatha Pope, can be found at All For Love of the Word and Facebook.  


    This is a copyrighted and trademarked podcast owned solely by the Authors On the Air Global Network LLC. on the web at authorsontheair.com.  Thank you to our corporate sponsors: Author Marketing Hub.com. 

  • 00:30

    British author Philip Kerr joins Authors on the Air for a LIVE discussion

    in Books

    Authors on the Air host Pam Stack is proud to welcome highly regarded British author Philip Kerr to the studio to discuss his current novel The Lady from Zagreb.  Philip Kerr was born in Edinburgh in 1956 and read Law at university. Having learned nothing as an undergraduate lawyer he stayed on as postgraduate and read Law and Philosophy, most of this German, which was when and where he first became interested in German twentieth century history and, in particular, the Nazis.  He spent most of his time in advertising researching an idea he'd had for a novel about a Berlin-based policeman, in 1936. And following several trips to Germany - and a great deal of walking around the mean streets of Berlin - his first novel, March Violets, was published in 1989 and introduced the world to Bernie Gunther. Visit Mr. Kerr's Amazon page at http://amzn.to/1ybAsEy.


    THIS IS A LIVE PRESENTATION OF THE AUTHORS ON THE AIR RADIO NETWORK.


     


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  • 00:59

    Author Jacqueline Garlick talks STEAMPUNK on Authors on the Air LIVE interview

    in Books

    Authors on the Air host presents steampunk and YA romance author Jacqueline E. Garlick.  This is what she has to say:  My writing style has been described as edgy and rule-breaking, and by some--a touch Tim Burton-esque. Because of this, I am often referred to as the Quentin Tarantino of YA among writing friends. Lumière--A Romantic Steampunk Fantasy--my debut novel, is the recipient of an indieBRAG Medallion!!!  (LUMIERE by Jacqueline E. Garlick is a B.R.A.G.Medallion Honoree. This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money!) Book II of the ILLUMINATION PARADOX SERIES is available now.  Please check out my young adult contemporary romantic/mystery serial, IF ONLY, where reluctant telepathic sleuth Kyla Cooper must embrace her powers and risks all to solve the mystery of what happened to her boyfriend Denver Munro, becoming his voice of truth, before he has no voice at all... Buy Jackie's books here http://amzn.to/1Fh2DPy.


    This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.  Please see us at http://authorsontheair.com, follow us on Twitter @authorsontheair and like us on http://facebook.com/authorsontheair and http://facebook.com/authorsontheairglobalradionetwork.  Tweet to host Pam Stack @PamStackHost or follow her on http://facebook.com/4pamstack.

  • 00:59

    Author Selena Robins, on writing romance, stardom and more on Authors on the Air

    in Books

    Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes the very talented author Selena Robins.  Unable to stay focused in school—science and math didn’t equate to happily ever after—Selena excelled in Daydreaming 101 and Creative Writing. Her entrepreneurial skills became evident in the latter part of Junior High when she found herself penning essays and short stories for five bucks a pop. Her future as a writer was foreshadowed by winning first prize in a contest run by the Humane Society—a romance about two race horses who fell in love (the filly won the race and the stud). Selena has continued her passion for happily ever after both in her life (okay, some days she’s sitting in first class on the Frazzled Express…but still) and in her books. In love with her family, friends, books, laughter, hockey, lively discussions, chocolate and red wine (sometimes all at the same time), Selena is a dragon slayer who enjoys reading and writing sassy heroines and hot heroes. After giving up her dream of becoming a movie star/dancer/singer, Selena decided that her second-in-line dream was to be a writer. Even if she never got published, she’d still want to write stories with fun characters and happy ever after endings.


    This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.  Visit us on the web at http://authorsontheair.com, send us a Tweet to @authorsontheair and like us on Facebook at http://facebook.com/authorsontheair.


     

  • 00:56

    Sabrina Samples joins The Librarian on Authors on the Air, LIVE

    in Books

    THE LIBRARIAN on Authors on the Air host, Tabatha Pope, welcomes novelist and poet, Sabriana Samples to the show.


    Sabrina Samples is 25 years old. She lives in Cleveland, Ohio. She has a beautiful 6 year old daughter. Sabrina spends most of her time running around and playing with her daughter. In her free time she love to read, write, and play video games and Dungeons & Dragons. Sabrina has always loved writing. When she was younger she would write random short stories and poems. Finally Sabrina began to get serious about writing, so she started writing longer stories. To find out more about Sabrina and her writing, visit her website at http://sabrinasamples.weebly.com/


    Host of "The Librarian", Tabatha Pope, can be found at All For Love of the Word and on Facebook.


    Thank you to our corporate sponsor: Author Marketing Hub.com.


    This is a copyrighted and trademarked podcast owned solely by the Authors On the Air Global Network LLC. on the web at authorsontheair.com.


     

  • 01:59

    Military Mamas Radio Show with Carrie and Joe

    in Military

    Carrie is sick and cranky. Joe is going to have a rant about the new deal with Iran.

  • 01:08

    Mystery author Alan Russell talks plot in this LIVE chat on Authors on the Air

    in Books

    Critical acclaim has greeted Alan Russell's novels from coast to coast. Publisher's Weekly calls him, "One of the best writers in the mystery field today. The New York Times says, "He has a gift for dialogue," while the Los Angeles Times calls him, "A crime fiction rara avis." Russell's ten novels have ranged from whodunits to comedic capers to suspense, and his works have been nominated for most of the major awards in crime fiction. His novels have garnered him a Critics' Choice Award, The Lefty (awarded to the best humorous mystery of the year), and two San Diego Book Awards. A native and long-time resident of California, Alan Russell is a former college basketball player who these days barely can touch the rim. A proud father of three children, Russell is an avid gardener and cook, and fortunately is blessed with a spouse who doesn't mind weeding or washing dishes.  Visit Alan's Amazon link to purchase his books at  http://amzn.to/1MKnpuX.


    Authors on the Air host Pam Stack invites you to join this LIVE interview by calling 347-633-9609.  This is a coprighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.  One the web at www.authorsontheair.com. Follow us at http://facebook.com/authorsontheair or send a Tweet @authorsontheair.

  • 00:58

    Author Matt Coyle writes his "Great American Novel" LIVE on Authors on the Air

    in Books

    Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes thriller novelist Matt Coyle to this LIVE broadcast.  Matt kindly sent me his first book "Yesterday's Echo" and the soon to be released "Night Tremors" and after reading both, it occurs to me that he might just be following in the footsteps of the great Robert Crais.  Here is what I learned about Matt.  Matt Coyle grew up in Southern California, battling his brother and sisters for respect and the best spot on the couch in front of the TV. He knew he wanted to be a writer at the age of twelve when his father gave him THE SIMPLE ART OF MURDER by Raymond Chandler. YESTERDAY'S ECHO is Matt's first novel. He drew from his days in the restaurant business and his extended family's law enforcement background in creating this book. Matt lives in San Diego with his wife, Deborah, and their Yellow Lab, Angus.  For more about author Matt Coyle, please visit his website at http://mattcoylebooks.com.  This is a LIVE interview with the author so please join the conversation by calling to say hello and comment at 347-633-9609.


    This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Find us on social media on Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, LinkedIn, Goodreads, YouTube, iTunes and Soundcloud and follow us on Twitter @authorsontheair.  Tweet to host Pam Stack @PamStackHost.


     

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