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Gregor Collins: The Accidental Caregiver & Michael Llewellyn: Goat Castle Murder

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Gregor Collins is an author, speaker, actor and contributor who started his career in Los Angeles producing nonfiction TV, before shifting to acting, where he performed on stage, television, and in independent films. He travels the world with his memoir The Accidental Caregiver, speaking about his experiencing caring for Maria Altmann, who was portrayed by Helen Mirren in the movie Woman in Gold. He recently launched Humans in My Phone, a micro-documentary series about how some of his friends are waxing the creative life. Appreciation to Casey Ryan for introducing us to Gregor.

 

Michael Llewellyn is the author of 22 published books in a variety of genres. The Goat Castle Murder was his most challenging book yet. “The details of the murder, trial and aftermath are as factual as I could make them, but with information on the private lives of Jennie Merrill and her circle often embellished or contradictory, the events leading up to that fateful August night in 1932 had to be fictionalized.” Michael will also discuss another of his favorite works. "After 22 books of historical and contemporary fiction, time travel, mystery and nonfiction travel, I decided it was time to throw some Southern humor into the career mix. Drawn from my childhood, the result was Unrefined, Sugar, a gleeful take on everything good and bad about Dixie, and then some." http://michael-llewellyn.net/

 

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