Bernice Lerner

It was a joy to talk to Bernice Lerner about her book and her life. It is a miracle that she was born and that today she is able to tell the story of her mother’s life ALL THE HORRORS OF WAR: A Jewish Girl, a British Doctor, and the Liberation of Bergen-Belsen is an important book that offers us lessons …

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Paco Chierici – Lions of the Sky

 Wow! I love pilots and beautiful aircraft. So it was a thrill to read Paco Chierici’s debut book, Lions of the Sky. Paco Chierici has written a compelling story about young competitive Navy pilots training to fly one of the hottest planes in the fleet, the F-18 Super Hornet. With a great cast of characters, we follow them as they …

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Peter Riva – TAG Series

Sci-Fi at its finest… It was a JOY to have Peter Riva join me to celebrate the 5th Anniversary of Joy on Paper. Just a few weeks ago Peter joined me to talk about the release of his most recent book, Kidnapped in Africa — the third book in his thriller series featuring Mbuno, an African guide, and Pero Baltazar, …

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Robert L. Dilenschneider

Less than minute after I received news that Robert L. Dilenschneider was releasing a new book — Decisions: Practical Advice from 23 Men and Women Who Shaped the World — I decided to invite him to be my guest on the last day of 2019. One of the reasons for making such a quick decision is that I had enjoyed …

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Chrysta Castanada

It was a joy to talk to Chrysta Castanada about her book, The Last Trial of T. Boone Pickens. It is non-fiction — but it is so beautifully written that it reads like a novel!  T. Boone Pickens, the legendary Texas oilman,  was an amazing guy. When they call someone ‘bigger than life’ they had him in mind. Some called …

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