Host Terri Lynn Coop serves up Foinah Jameson, author of Mostly Dead Melvin, on The Blue Plate Special.
Life dies and then you suck . . . .
I’ve seldom met a character who needed a hug and a beer and a life coach—in that order—as much as Melvin. Even Melvin’s death needs a do-over. Poor Melvin thought he was going to get lucky with the hot chick from the bar. Instead, she chomped his neck and turned him into a vampire… mostly. Now Melvin’s stuck with blue skin, no fangs, and a miasma of rot. And then things get worse. -- Alice Loweecey, author of the Guilia Driscoll Mysteries
Foinah Jameson lives in Portland, Oregon, the delightfully weird center of the Pacific Northwest, and spends her days with a fabulous husband, two Norse gods disguised as her daughters, and a menagerie of used animals.
In a previous life, Foinah was a musician, a publican, a fortune teller, a chef, a burgeoning astrophysicist, and an artist rep.
"Writing is so much cheaper than therapy! And you can drink while you do it."
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