Gail Honeyman – Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

No one ever told Eleanor that life should be better than fine.  Meet Eleanor Oliphant: She struggles with appropriate social skills and tends to say exactly what she’s thinking. Nothing is missing in her carefully timetabled life of avoiding social interactions, where weekends are punctuated by frozen pizza, vodka, and phone chats with Mummy. But everything changes when Eleanor meets …

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Granville Burgess – Fork in the Crick

It was a JOY to chat with Granville Wyche Burgess about the 2nd book in his series: Rebecca Zook’s Amish Romance. Granville is such an amazing talent. Not only has he written two beautiful books about the life of a young woman in Amish country, he is also a talented playwright who has written some fascinating plays about American history. …

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Rosie Walsh – Ghosted

This is an example of an author who is clever and talented. I love her author photos. So much personality. I would want to read her books just because she is so interesting. For all you writers out there — learn! You should have more than one — you never know which one might  touch the right chord.   She …

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Andrews & Wilson – Tier One Thrillers

I really enjoyed to two of my favorite authors on THURSDAY, JUNE 28th — Jeffrey Wilson  &  Brian Andrews about their Tier One Thrillers. Jeff was in the studio and Brian was on the phone. Everyone who listens to Joy on Paper know that I am a big military fiction fan and Andrews & Wilson are the real deal. Both are US Navy Veterans …

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Joe Callihan – Adventures in Navyland

It was fun to have Joe Callihan  visit the studio for an interview to talk about his interesting book, Journey Toward Eternity. Below is a link to our discussion about his books which addresses many questions about the meaning of life. Joe wrote Journey as a road map, leading the reader to a happy eternity. Our choice of path will affect how we enter …

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Pam Laux Moll – Peppermint Mocha Murder

Pamela Laux Moll has created the perfect spot for book lovers — and I am America’s No. 1 Book Lover — so curl up with a nice cup of coffee at take yourself to Molly Brewster’s new café bookshop: Addicted to the Beans. It is the perfect spot for strong coffee, flaky pastries, and a dead body practically on her doorstep.  …

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Mary K Jensen – Rudy’s Rules for Travel

I love this little book. Rudy’s Rules for Travel: Life Lessons from Around the Globe is a collection of delightful stories about the travels of two indomitable adventurers. Mary K. Jensen writes lovingly about her husband, Rudy, and his unique view of traveling. He had rules…and discovering them is one of the joys of this book. As you travel with Rudy …

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