Reminder: Triangle Variety Radio Devotes Oct. 11 Show to Rearview Mirror Gang

Just a reminder that the Authors Corner on Triangle Variety Radio will be featuring 25 Years in the Rearview Mirror: 52 Authors Look Back tonight (October 11) from 8-11 p.m. EST.

Elaine Raco Chase, who wrote the foreword of the book, is the host of the show. I’ll be co-hosting with Elaine as we talk with some of the Rearview Mirror authors about their essays in the anthology and about their other published books. The show will air live on Thursday, October 11 from 8 – 11 p.m. EST. (If you miss the live airing, a podcast will be available afterwards. The link for both is here.)

The authors expected to drop in include: Red Tash, Bonnie Hearn Hill, Patricia Gulley, Donna Fletcher Crow, Cara Lopez Lee, Sarah Glenn, Tracy Krauss, Michele Drier, Monica Brinkman and Kenneth Weene. If you’d like to ask us any questions, feel free to call (949) 272-9578. You can listen in right on your computer or via iTunes. Further information on tuning in is here.

Inspired by my mystery novel Twenty-Five Years Ago Today, this essay anthology will help readers to discover new authors for their to-read list, and inspire them to reflect upon the small defining moments that have shaped their own lives. Meet Lieutenant Pink Shoes, the mysterious Red Man and a singing telegram; find out who got suspended from school, who almost missed the prom and who was the oldest campus editor; discover anecdotes of lasting romance, not-so-lasting love and raising a family; be riveted to real-life tales of a hurricane, fire and tsunami; gain insight into the writing journey of today’s top authors; and find out what makes your favorite characters tick. Contributing writers have credentials that include New York Times bestselling, USA Today bestselling, Amazon bestselling, and award-winning.

We hope you’ll listen in to find out more about the book and the writers who contributed to it!

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