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Michael R. Collins was born at a very young age in the wilds of southern Idaho. After a few decades he finally got his fill of all the sagebrush and rattlesnakes he could eat and journeyed forth to the creative bosom of Austin, Texas. Writing has always been tantamount to breathing, and he’s done a lot of both. Harboring massive commitment issues, he tends to write across all genres. Sticking mainly with dark fiction (to placate the evil monkeys in his head) his first published novel, Night Shall Overtake has been published by Black Bed Sheet Books.
When not writing he’s daydreaming about writing at work. Or playing bass. Or daydreaming about playing bass while writing. Or broadcasting Saint Zero’s Headphone Bleed. You can catch it live every Sunday night at www.live365.com/stations/saintzero or just great continuous music anytime. Previous episodes of the Live Bleed Thingy are here on the Headphone Bleed page.
Michael R Collins' 5-star reviewed murder-mystery novel, Night Shall Overtake, is the topic of this interview!
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Stephen Murray was born in England and raised in different countries throughout Southern Africa. Upon completion of his high school education, he returned to England before moving to California in 1976. He has traveled extensively throughout the world. Stephen owns a computer software company. Apart from traveling and writing, he enjoys theatre, concerts, music, reading and current affairs. Stephen has just completed to a sequel of the ‘The Chapel of Eternal Love’ due to be published before the end of the year and has also completed another work of fiction – a murder mystery. He makes his home in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he has lived since May 2003.
Welcome to Stories of Dread & Fantasy, a show of horror and suspense that is hosted by Elsa Harker! This week's episode (Nov. 15) is called "Who Killed Who?" It's a strange tale about a Scottish castle and a woman visiting her uncle. When she comes there, she finds that her uncle was murder, so she decides to sleuth around and find the killer! THIS IS PART ONE OF TWO!
So listen every Sunday at 10 p.m. or on-demand. You won't want to miss these stories!!!
Gayle Carline, best selling author of such novels as "Murder on the Hoof" joins the show to talk about her latest novel, the recent Southern California Writers Conference, her journey as a celebrated author, and so much more!
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Join us for another awesome author chat with the one and only author, Joyce T Strand.
Joyce will be joining us to discuss her new book, "Landscape For Murder." Which was inspired by true events.
In the story Brynn Bancrofts winery is broken into. Plus the murder of a dear friend and of course the co-owner ex. With all that is going on can Brynn finally overcome her troubles and start to enjoy her life.
Author Joyce Strand is much like her character Jillian HIllcrest. Accept she didn't encounter murders. In her career served as the head of corporate communications at several biotech companies for more than 25 years. She currently lives in Southern CA where she is exploring the benefits of handcrafted wine from the Romano and San Diego area.
Tune in as well come author Joyce T Strand and her new book, "Landscape For Murder."
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Listen to the second part of 'Who Killed Who.' So who killed Anne's beloved uncle? Elsa Harker will be telling you this in the newest episode of 'Dread & Fantasy." So listen at 10 p.m. central on Sunday to this murder mystery! You won't regret it (maybe?)!
Ginny Fite is an award-winning journalist who has covered crime, politics, government, healthcare, art and all things human. She has been a spokesperson for a governor, a member of Congress, a few colleges and universities, and a robotics R&D company. She has degrees from Rutgers University and Johns Hopkins University and studied at the School for Women Healers and the Maryland Poetry Therapy Institute. She has completed her first murder mystery, Folly, set in the rolling hills of Jefferson County, West Virginia and is currently writing another Sam Lagarde mystery. She resides in Harpers Ferry, WV.
Donna Dillon. I lives in Illinois with her husband and four children. A self-proclaimed “typical starving artist,” she is always writing, drawing, and painting. Donna’s first novel, The Snake Pit was published in October, 2010, and is a short novel about bullying in the public schools, a subject Donna feels very strong about. Her second novel, a full length fiction, Through The Gloaming, was published in April, 2012. Her first children's book, Why Did It Have To Rain Today? written and Illustrated by Donna, was published in September, 2012. Return to the Snake Pit: Saving Hargrove published in 2013 and Christmas Child, released Christmas 2014. Donna has recently signed with Master Koda Select Publishing and has finished her 6th book, Dreamcatcher Chronicles: Little Girl Lost, just released October 2015.
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http://goo.gl/BLqJyH Dreamcatcher Chronicles: Little Girl Lost
Join us for review number 8 of 12 in the 12 book crime and investigative thriller, The Parables of Life" featuring U.S. Marshal Harry Bailey the case of the Four Soils. The four soils takes the reader on a world tour of the clinical trial industry which involves four murders and only one connection with millions of dollars at stake. This one of Marshal Harry Bailey's toughest cases.
Destruction combined with murder can overwhelm even the strongest of Christians. The Paris attacks from ISIS and resent storms in the Northwest reminds us we must be continually vigilant against the wilds of the enemy. Tonights information from Julie uncovers the plot in Paris and future potentials exposed.