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Tune in on Tuesday, March 29 when host Daria Anne welcomes personality novelist Karlyle Tomms to the show to discuss his career and book, Confessions from the Pumpkin Patch, the first in his Soul Encounters series.
Karlyle Tomms is a writer who grew up in rural Ozarks poverty. He completed his master’s degree in clinical social work in 1981, and worked most of his career in mental health services and addictions treatment. He has written for different regional magazines and newspapers over the years, and has often been selected to speak at both professional and non-professional events, as well as radio talk shows. However, he had never written or published fiction until completing his first novel in 2012. His general method for fiction has been to define a character and allow that character to tell his or her own story from first person perspective as though the character is writing an autobiography. Through his characters he explores the psychology of the human condition as well as the various elements and entanglements of personalities. His novels incorporate the social and historical influences surrounding the lifetimes of his characters, and are stories of overcoming social, emotional and spiritual challenges.
The show goes live at 1 p.m. Eastern. During the interview, dial in with your questions and comments at (347) 945-7246.