Hope you are staying dry. We have had some wild weather since March blew into town. My two guests for March are Radine Trees Nehring and Tara Willis.
Multi-published author. Radine Trees Nehring and her husband John moved from Tulsa, Oklahoma, to rural northwest Arkansas in 1988 after spending weekends on their Arkansas land for ten years. Radine began writing a series of articles, essays, and stories about the Arkansas Ozarks shortly after she and John bought their land, and these found interested readers around the globe. Radine has received many regional and national awards, including a National Silver Falchion for mystery writing and the Governor's Award for the best writing about Arkansas. Radine was the 2011 inductee into the Arkansas Writers' Hall of Fame.
Tara Willis, the author of Carry Me Home, grew up in the Bristol Bay area of Bush Alaska, the eldest of four. She likes to think she was born with a pen in her little newborn hand. As a very young child, Tara used to “write books,” by drawing a stick figure scene on a page, labeling the pages 1, 2, and so on, always including the title on the first page. She wrote the first draft of “Carry Me Home” when she was just fourteen years old.
I do hope you can come by and listen as I learn more about this talented ladies.