Interview of Tasher

Hi there: In this installment of the author interview series, I have with me Tasher, an entrepreneur and the author of "Divorced and Scared No More! Bk 1: Emotional Support for the Newly Divorced," "Divorced and Scared No More!: Practical Advice for the Newly Divorced," and "Divorced and Scared No More!: Dating after Divorce From Lemons to Zesty Lemon Sorbet." Tell us a little about yourself and...

Kimberly Kaye Interviews L.J. Taylor

Hi there: Kimberly Kaye at WFKX 96kix FM radio in Jacksonville, Tennessee interviewed me as their "Author of the Week."   She was a great interviewer with tons of energy and great personality.  I'm really grateful to have had the opportunity to appear on her show. We talked about the first two books in my Brooks Sisters Dreams Series - "Just Dreams" and "Dreams Deferred."  We also talked about...

Interview of Troy Gathers

Hi there: In this installment of the author interview series, I have with me Troy Gathers - an entrepreneur and PhD student who has successfully marketed and sold his products globally. As a youth, Gathers attended eight different grade schools and dealt with the obstacles of constantly moving and being the new kid on the block. Over the course of his teen years, he encountered every type of...

Interview of Keli Lenfield

Hi there: Welcome to the second installment of my author interview series. Today, I have Keli Lenfield with me, author of “Everyone Is A Supermodel: Secrets For Any Career Based On My Modelling Experiences.” In addition to being an author, Keli Lenfield is a collaborator and the founder of www.kelilenfield.com.  As a published author, course developer, internationally accredited achievement...

Interview of Ken Williams

Hi there: Today, I have the pleasure of bringing you the interview of Ken Williams, a Santa Barbara author who writes books about the homeless. His latest book, "Fractured Angel," deals with the homeless in California. Tell us a little about yourself and your background I was a social worker for the homeless in Santa Barbara, California for thirty years. My main clientele were the mentally ill,...