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Author Piero Settepani talks with host Patrick Morgan about his book, The Infintum theory.
Ever since he was a child Piero Papini Settepani has felt a deep-seated motivation to change the world around him. Acutely aware of modern society’s shortcomings, the author has been compelled by a sense of purpose to change and perhaps even ultimately save humanity. This book is his effort to change the world for the better and to help bring about an end to mankind’s most tragic foibles, war, greed, and hunger being among them. Even many of society’s most revered institutions like religion, marriage, and money, are cross-examined and put under the author’s critical microscope in The Infinitum Theory; a fascinating and uplifting philosophical treatise on how the world could, and perhaps should, really be.
Piero Papini Settepani was born and raised in Rome, Italy but currently lives in the small town of Kingscliff, in New South Wales, Australia. Now retired, he spends as much of his time writing as possible. The Infinitum Theory is his first book.
Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/PieroPapiniSettepani
Author Lynne Demichelle talks with host Patrick Morgan about her book, Limestone County Almanac.
The bible of prairie life was once the almanac.
Limestone County Almanac is a beautifully honed collection of loosely related stories about the people of Mount Nebo, a farm town in southern Illinois. The four parts of the book correspond to the seasons that governed country life—planting, growing, harvesting, and hunkering down for winter. The vivid, sometimes somber, often hilarious personal stories you’ll encounter span the years of the Great Depression, World War II, and the post-war recovery, as lived in the sprawling prairie countryside.
Through the eyes of the mysterious rural postman, Denton Kamermeyerer, you will come to know a marvelous assembly of characters whose lives intertwine with secrets, joys, and the occasionally tragic costs of everyday life. The opening scene is an early foggy morning at the town’s old cemetery, where a lone figure contemplates a fresh grave—that of postman Kamermeyerer, surrounded by the headstones of the people whose lives he observed in his daily rounds.
After WWI, fleeing the “still fresh blood of memory,” the postman comes to know the simple-living, singular people of Limestone County. And ultimately, he finds his own peace among them. As he drives his daily route he jots down observations in his little notebooks… things he witnessed that “not even Faulkner could have imagined!”
Author Ronald DeNardo talks with host Patrick Morgan abour his book The Andromeda Incident.
The Andromeda Incident is a sci-fi fantasy novel about the disconcerted and mixed-up life of Emrys Myrddin Calyx, his adventures and misadventures in the twelfth and twenty-first centuries.
It describes how Emrys is born aboard the Starship Americus, to a weak-willed and somewhat frail Earthling father and a compassionate, black panther-like humanoid Myrddissian mother.
It also explicitly depicts how he, Emrys, is experimentally created double-sexed, a bio-genetic mutation allowing those born “that way,” to change sexes via a simple telepathic command. And how, despite being born that particular way, Emrys still experiences a very fulfilling and adventurous life.
R. J. DeNardo is a new tour de force, upcoming author. – Terry Lee Palmer, Artist
About the Author: The Andromeda Incident is R.J. DeNardo’s first novel. In 1990, he self-published a small book of poems and accompanying black-and- white photographs of Key West, Florida, where he lived for four years. This book is the culmination of a nearly one-year effort to develop it from an entry in his dream journal, then expanding it into a short story and finally into a full-length novel. He is currently writing his second novel, a sequel to The Andromeda Incident, titled: The Captain’s Propensity. The author is a wholistic therapist who resides and practices in Palm Springs, California.
Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/RJDeNardo
Author Anabelle Valenzuela Alarcon speaks with host Patrick Morgan about her book The Day an Angel Ran into My Room. Book Synopsis: Alessandra is a typical six-year-old, who one day meets an angel in her bedroom! Through this encounter, the little girl discovers her own power and magical inner world. This is the story of The Day an Angel Ran into My Room. At bedtime, Alessandra asks her mother if she can stay up for “only five more minutes.” Then she gets an unlikely visitor:
Author Roger Casterline speaks with host Patrick Morgan about his book, The Ike Disease. You and your children will refer to this book again and again. Based on common sense and deeply held spiritual teachings, The Ike Disease will become a staple in your home library. Roger Casterline is a fulltime writer and counsel’s troubled youth in his community. Mr. Casterline worked as a guidance counselor for 27
Author Rowena Cala speakswith host Patrick Morgan about her book Book Synopsis: Gia, a helpful monkey, springs into action when she finds a dejected lion, Lincoln, beneath her shady tree. She learns that he’s allergic to meat, but loves bananas! They become fast friends. But soon Gia discovers a new fact about herself—she’s allergic to fluffy lions. They resolve to overcome this aggravating obstacle to their burgeoning friendship. Lincoln’s zany attempt to cheer up Gia
Author Anthony Farmer speaks with host Patrick Morgan about his book, Hero on a Honda. 'As an adult, I knew I would have to visit India, the place of my birth. My father was a British Indian Army Officer and my mother, the daughter of a soldier, was brought to India when she was 20 months old. She left India in 1947, married and with her two children, making a hurried exit before the partition of India. I have always felt I had India in my blood. My first breath, sound, taste, touch, and s
Author April Jean talks with host Patrick Morgan about her book, A Little Dachshund’s Tale. Author Bio: First-time author April Jean is a former teacher who now runs a pet-sitting service in Manhattan. “Quite simply, Frances inspired me to write this book. She brought so much joy to me and my family I just wanted to share her story. I have three other completed books: a counting book, a short story about a beekeeper who lives in Brooklyn, and a story about a pig named Higgilty Pigg
Author Anthony Farmer speaks with host Patrick Morgan about his book, Hero on a Honda. "I have always felt I had India in my blood. My first breath, sound, taste, touch, and sight were of India. In March 2012, in my 67th year, I set off on a return journey, not as a tourist, but as an observer of India as a prodigal son. I wanted to immerse myself in the culture. What I found was a country and a people with which I felt completely at home. I basked in the inclusivity and generosity
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