Episode 20: Jonathan Paul Isaacs

 

Three for the charm–today I read from another WWII historical fiction novel, The Hazards of War by Jonathan Paul Isaacs. Jonathan also writes sarcasm and thrillers, and his military science fiction series will be available this fall!

You can find Jonathan Paul Isaacs here at his website, and also here at his Amazon Author Page.

This reading does not come from an official audiobook. It was performed, recorded, and presented here with the author’s permission.

Question this week: what do you do / where are you when you listen to the show? Let me know in the comments, or on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cantankerousben

Thanks and see you next week!

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Episode 19: David Spiller

 

This week I’m featuring another WWII Historical Fiction author, David Spiller, as part of the Dunkirk Week WWII Epic Book Sale!

This reading does not come from an official audiobook, and is presented here with the author’s permission.

You can find Girl at Dunkirk here on Amazon, and you can find David Spiller here on Facebook.

You can also find the Dunkirk Week WWII Epic Book Sale here–check out these 99cent historical fiction titles! Here is a link to their trailer.

Today’s poem:

 

“Trochaic Pentameter”

Someone told me I should be a poet
or a painter so I bought a bucket
and a book of poems and I painted
over every single page of nonsense.

 

And, lastly, here is a link to sign up for my author newsletter and receive your free copy of ‘The Trials of Io,’ a Starship Fairfax prequel story.

Thanks everyone, and see you next week!

Episode 18: Roberta Kagan

*EDITED: I misspoke in the show and said that the Dunkirk Week WWII Epic Book Sale runs 7/21-7/28; in reality, it runs 7/21-7/27.

Today I read from Roberta Kagan’s All My Love, Detrick: A Historical Novel of Love and Survival During the Holocaust. This week and next I’m reading from WWII Historical Fiction in support of the Dunkirk Week WWII Epic Book Sale, which will feature 40 titles for 99cents each! You can find a landing page for the sale at this link.

You can also find Roberta Kagan here at her Amazon Author Page and here at her own website.

This reading does not come from an official audiobook, and was performed and recorded to be presented here with the author’s permission.

A special thank you to Roberta, who was generous and lovely in her communications with me, and to Alexa Kang, friend of the show, who reached out to have the promo featured. Thanks, and good luck!

Now go read a book 🙂