Kathleen is a wife, mom, grandmother and a recovering blogger. She currently lives in Nevada with her husband. Kathleen writes dark, irreverently funny mystery/thrillers about women behaving badly. She is a two time Book of the Year finalist who loves shoes, food, the written word, weirdos and Lucy.
Sarah has been awarded the Texas Writer of the Year and received the Texas Institute of Letters Lifetime Achievement Award. She has written for Oprah’s Magazine, NY Times Sunday Magazine and Op-Ed columns, Chicago Tribune, Real Simple, Mademoiselle, Glamour, Salon, Daily Beast, Ladies Home Journal, Good Housekeeping, MS, Texas Observer; and is a columnist for Texas Monthly. Growing up, Sarah moved all over the world with her air force family but is now settled in Austin, Texas with her husband, son and very cute corgi.
Karen Ankers is a poet, playwright and novelist who lives in Anglesey, North Wales, with her partner, dog, and nine cats. She has had many jobs, including being a teacher, playgroup worker, cattery assistant and sales assistant.
Jennifer Honeybourn works in corporate communications in Vancouver, British Columbia. She’s a fan of British accents, Broadway musicals, and epic, happily-ever-after love stories.
Brenda Stanley is a former television news anchor and investigative reporter for the NBC affiliate in Eastern Idaho. She has been recognized for her writing by the Scripps Howard Foundation, the Hearst Journalism Awards, The Idaho Press Club and …
Today’s guest on Writers Talking is Heather Christie author of What the Valley Knows. Heather Christie grew up in rural Pennsylvania and, at age seventeen, took off for New York City in hopes of becoming a movie star. Flash forward several decades, a couple degrees, a bunch of cats, two kids and one husband later, she’s back…
An interview with Krystal Jane Ruin the author of Winter’s Siren.