If you aren’t already aware, May is Zombie Awareness Month. Maysville, Kentucky resident Robert Kiskaden is an author whose first book is Z-Universe, all about a scientist whose nightmares start to become reality. The author joins Lee Hay on the phone to discuss his nascent writing career and how he came up with the idea for his debut novel.
Mike Due is a local author who has penned the first of what he plans on being a trilogy of stories set, in part, at his alma mater, Northern Kentucky University. Immaterial: Book 1: Discovery is part science fiction, part faith and all thought-provoking. Mark Perzel talks with the author about his self-published first book and his plans for the rest of the trilogy.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Fordjoins our Barbara Gray in the studio to discuss his runaway bestseller,Canada, which has just been released in paperback. This book took six years to write, and has garnered a mantle full of “best book of the year” awards.
Barbara Gray is on the phone with New York Times bestselling author Lisa Gardner to discuss her latest thriller,Touch & Go. Her last book, Catch Me, wound up the #2 bestseller last year according to the New York Times, so expectations for her newest novel are high.