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Entry # 127 – WRITER TALK – 2 – Diane Marquette, Maryland Author

Background Notes:  Diane Marquette is the author of five published books: In Over My Head, Too Close For Words, and Suitable For Framing from her Chesapeake Conference Center mystery series, as well as two stand-alone novels, Good Fridays and Almost Mine.       Part 2 Interview            Diane Marquette was born Diane Merryman in Baltimore and […]

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Entry # 126 – WRITERS TALK – Diane Marquette Maryland Author

Background Notes:  Diane Marquette is the author of five published books: In Over My Head, Too Close For Words, and Suitable For Framing from her Chesapeake Conference Center mystery series, as well as two stand-alone novels, Good Fridays and Almost Mine.  She has written more than one hundred and fifty articles, which have been published in […]

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Entry # 125 – WRITERS TALK – John Reisinger – Maryland Mystery Author – Part 2

Background Notes: John Reisinger is the author of a Roaring 20’s Mystery series featuring Eastern Shore detectives Max and Allison Hurlock. His recent mysteries are based on real-life cases that occurred in the 1920’s, as are his earlier works, Nassau and Evasive Action. In addition, John is the author of Master Detective, a well-researched book […]

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Entry # 124 – WRITERS TALK – John Reisinger, Maryland Mystery Author – Part 1

Background Notes: John Reisinger is the author of a Roaring 20’s Mystery series featuring Eastern Shore detectives Max and Allison Hurlock. His recent mysteries are based on real-life cases that occurred in the 1920’s, as are his earlier works, Nassau and Evasive Action. In addition, John is the author of Master Detective, a well-researched book […]

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Entry # 120 – WRITERS TALK – Pat Valdata – Maryland Poet and Prose Writer

Background Notes:      Pat Valdata is the author of a poetry book, Inherent Vice (2011), and a chapbook, Looking for Bivalve (2002), both published by Pecan Grove Press. Pat’s poetry has appeared most recently in Passagerand the anthology Challenges for the Delusional (Jane Street Press, 2012). She has also written two novels, Crosswind (Wind Canyon Books, […]

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Entry # 118 – WRITERS TALK – Judith C. Reveal – Maryland Novelist

Background NotesJudith C. Reveal – Author of the new historical novel, The Brownstone and Author of the Lindsey Gale Mystery Series: Cheating Death, The Music Room, and A House to Kill For. Jan:    Thank you for taking the time from your busy schedule to talk about your work. Tell us about yourself. Why did you […]

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Entry # 115 – WRITERS TALK – Mindie Burgoyne – Part 2

Mindie Burgoyne – Maryland author of Haunted Eastern Shore: Ghostly Tales from East of the Chesapeake.     And coming soon,  Thin Places: Celtic Doorways to the Otherworld. Biographical Notes: I am a writer and a traveler, with a ton of energy and wonderful travel partner (Dan Burgoyne). Together we roll along American roads with r-pod […]

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Entry # 114 – WRITERS TALK – Mindie Burgoyne – Part 1

Mindie Burgoyne – Maryland author of Haunted Eastern Shore: Ghostly Tales from East of the Chesapeake and coming soon,  Thin Places: Celtic Doorways to the Otherworld. Biographical Notes: I am a writer and a traveler, with a ton of energy and wonderful travel partner (Dan Burgoyne). Together we roll along American roads with r-pod in […]

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Entry # 96 – WRITERS TALK – Paul Hanstedt – Part 2 – Author of Hong Konged and General Education Essentials

Background Notes: Paul Hanstedt is a Professor of English at Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia, a father of three, a writer, an educator, and a traveler. Besides his text book, GENERAL EDUCATION ESSENTIALS, his academic work has been published in MLA’s The Profession, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and Liberal Education. He regularly travels throughout […]

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Entry # 94 – WRITERS TALK – Paul Hanstedt – Part 1 Author of a new nonfiction memoir, Hong Konged

Background Notes: Paul Hanstedt is a Professor of English at Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia, a father of three, a writer, an educator, and a traveler. Besides his text book, GENERAL EDUCATION ESSENTIALS, his academic work has been published in MLA’s The Profession, The Chronicle of Higher Education, and Liberal Education. He regularly travels throughout […]

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