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Red River Radio Presents What's Write for Me with Christina Karen JD Marta Viv

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Once in awhile, Christina and Dellani like to relax a little. With Thanksgiving over and Christmas to come, they decided to talk to a few good friends and share words of wisdom about every author's nightmare, marketing. Without further adieu, let's meet our guests!

First up, is author and illustrator J.D. Holiday whose books include Janoose The Goose, Janoose And The Fall Feather Fair, The Spy Game and The Great Snowball Escapade, and an eclectic collections of short stories for adults in Stories & Imaginings For The Reading Spot.

Our second guest is author and radio show host, Karen Vaughan Karen started her literary journey in 2005 when she was home on sick leave While not writing her fingers to the bone she hosts WRITERS ROUND TABLE the second Tuesday of each month. She is also a partner with Viv Drewa in OWL & CAT PROMOTIONS, promoting independent authors. Karen is a standup comedian who does her routine for local talent nights and loves reading, crafts and drawing.

Our third guest is Marta Moran Bishop, author of Wee Three: A Mother’s Love in Verse, as well as a novel called Dinky: The Nurse Mare’s Foal, the story of the first year of our rescue foal’s life told from his point of view, 4 adult poetry books, a dystopian series called The Divide, and four other novellas and five short stories. I write both poetry, (adult and children’s) stories of animals, the paranormal, dystopian, and many other things.

Final is author Viv Drewa. Viv is a Michigan native who has enjoyed reading and writing since 1963. She was awarded third place for her nonfiction short story about her grandfather's escape from Poland. Later, she rewrote this story and was published in the "Polish American Journal" as ""From the Pages of Grandfather's Life". She has started Owl and cat Book Promotions to help her fellow authors by providing affordable services.

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