Comedian and author Amos Mack joined Samantha and Silas to discuss his new Children’s Book “Why Daddy Can’t Count To Ten”.
Author Maia Strong returns to talk about her newest novel, her first smut free novel, Midnight Jones, a cozy paranormal story set in Seattle. She also answers the 7 questions for the first time.
Erika Klimecky returns to discuss her latest book One World Lens and to tell us why she loves Nepal so much. She also answers the 7 questions.
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On this week’s episode of Black & A Half, Author Jameeta Lewis-Davis stopped in to talk about her book Laughing Down The Aisle. She also spent time with Samantha & Silas to talk about Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving traditions, foods, and how to make this strange holiday season special.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Once, when Pam Stucky was quite young, she went to the library looking
for books on magic. The librarian directed her to a different kind of
books than those she was used to. She was used to books with pictures,
or at the very least with a drawing at the beginning of each chapter.
(She was very, very young.) These books about magic had a lot of
words, and were written in a very small font, compared to what she was
used to. She was skeptical.
Nonetheless, she took the books home and started reading. Until, with
disgust, she realized these books weren’t about *magic*; they were
about magic *tricks*. She had wanted to do real magic. Disillusioned,
she returned the books to the library.
Then one day, she realized it is books themselves that are magic.
In books, everything is possible.
Pam is a native of the Seattle area and writes in multiple genres,
including mysteries, middle grade/young adult sci-fi adventure,
travelogues, and more. Find out more about Pam at www.pamstucky.com.
Author TJ Berry joins the program to talk about her debut book “Space Unicorn Blues.” She talks to Manny & Silas about the Marvel Cinemanic Universe, becoming an author, politics, and Silas’ Taco Bell disappoint.Remember to Like, Subscribe, and share the episode.
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Subscribe on iTunes and leave a review at – https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/black-a-half/id1048412130?mt=2About the AuthorTJ Berry has been a political blogger, bakery owner, and spent a disastrous two weeks working in a razor blade factory. She now writes science fiction from Seattle with considerably fewer on-the-job injuries. Her debut novel, Space Unicorn Blues, was published in July 2018 from Angry Robot Books. She’s on Twitter @TJaneBerry.
This week on Black and A Half, Manny and Silas sit down with Mick Szydlowski, author of the Oskar & Klaus book serious. This was a real fun episode learning about the rise of Oskar the Blind Cat from being an average rescue cat to internet stardom.
About Our Guest
Author Mick Szydlowski lives in Seattle with his wife and two young daughters, and their two cats, Oskar & Klaus. Mick has a passion for photography, music, outdoor exploration, and wildlife conservation. He is an advocate for special needs pet adoption, and is always thrilled to hear from people who were encouraged to adopt a special needs pet as a result of learning Oskar’s story.
This week on Black and A Half, Manny and Silas sit down with the author of the humorous contemporary fantasy novel – Smells like Finn Spirit. This is his third book in that trilogy and we talk about how that entire series came to fruition. This is another fun episode with someone neither of us knew, but we couldn’t have asked for a better guest. Check out his novels and this episode! Like and share this podcast, it really means a lot.
About The Author
Randy Henderson is the author of the darkly humorous contemporary fantasy novels FINN FANCY NECROMANCY, and BIGFOOTLOOSE AND FINN FANCY FREE, from Tor/MacMillan. He is the Golden Pen Grand Prize winner of Writers of the Future for 2014, and his short fiction has appeared in numerous professional publications. Randy graduated from the Clarion West writing workshop in 2009.
Randy has experience as a reader, lecturer and panel participant on the subject of writing at events such as Cascade Writers Workshop, Norwescon, WorldCon, World Fantasy Convention, and Rainforest Writers Retreat
This week on episode 18 of Black and A Half, we (Manny and Silas) sit down with author Jasmine Silvera. She’s a fellow blerd and we had a great time with her. We talked about how she became an author, what it’s like being married to a non-nerd and discussed her debut book, that has just been released by Kindle Press in December and the paperback version will be out this Spring (2017), Death’s Dancer . You can win an advanced copy at Goodreads. https://www.
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