Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Jillian Tyler & Caroline Fardig - Episode #6

In the 6th episode of my series featuring local authors in the Evansville, Indiana Tri-State area, I'm excited to chat with Jillian Tyler and Caroline Fardig. Tyler is new to the local author scene and she'll be chatting about her new title Cross Stitch (more info about it below). A local author superstar, Caroline Fardig, is taking time out of her busy summer to join the show as well. Please tune in Wednesday, June 29 at 3:00 pm CST to hear these lovely ladies. If you can't listen live, you can hear the archived episode anytime at the same link.


Jillian Tyler has set out to reach the LGBT community with her new book Cross Stitch. Tyler saw severe lack of LGBT novels available, and it is her dream to help change that. Book proceeds are contributed to the LGBT community.When the sun goes down in Chicago, the lights come up on "Etc.", where everyone is invited.
When Wren Adams' parents are tragically killed, he finds himself with a new business opportunity in his lap, and a new city under his feet. As the owner of an unlikely hot spot, and with a crew of colorful cohorts by his side, Wren is determined to make the most of his new "Ten year plan."
However, a box of forgotten letters, and the annoyingly mysterious Patrick Wright, leaves Wren to discover that the last thing you can do with life is "plan it."
Tyler is a native of Posey County, Indiana, and has lived in Evansville for nearly ten years. She has always loved to write, and always loved to help people; so she decided to marry the two ideas. 

"I feel as though there is a severe lack of LGBT novels available, and it is my dream to help change that. It is up to us all to make a difference, and with your support I believe will be able to do that...
Together." - Jillian Tyler

Jillian Tyler's book link:

Caroline Fardig

CAROLINE FARDIG is the USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR of the Java Jive Mysteries series and the Lizzie Hart Mysteries series. Fardig's BAD MEDICINE was named one of the "Best Books of 2015" by Suspense Magazine. 
She worked as a schoolteacher, church organist, insurance agent, funeral parlor associate, and stay-at-home mom before she realized that she wanted to be a writer when she grew up. Born and raised in a small town in Indiana, Fardig still lives in that same town with an understanding husband, two sweet kids, two energetic dogs, and one malevolent cat.

Caroline's Latest Releases:
All Lizzie wants for Valentine's Day is for her fiancé NOT to be the prime suspect in a murder investigation.
Is that too much to ask?
Lizzie Hart is finally living the dream. She's engaged to the love of her life, Blake Morgan, and more importantly, she hasn't even given a thought to dead bodies or murder investigations for an entire year. The only hurdle in Lizzie and Blake's way to wedded bliss is introducing their polar opposite families to each other at their engagement party.
Blake's parents have thrown a lavish shindig, but the fun is quickly over when Blake's brother arrives with an unexpected guest, the woman who left Blake at the altar years ago. If that weren't enough drama for one evening, Lizzie and Blake find the town mayor dead and the detectives on the case put Blake at the top of their suspect list.
It's a race against the clock for Lizzie and Blake to find the real killer before the police decide to lock Blake up and throw away the key.

Full of humor and suspense, the bestselling Java Jive Mysteries series heats up as the irrepressible heroine of Death Before Decaf faces off against Nashville’s upper crust to solve a shocking murder.
Former musician Juliet Langley has barely had a day off since taking over management of the coffeehouse owned by her best friend, Pete Bennett. But there’s always more to be done—such as prepping for the annual Holiday 5K Race organized by Pete’s snobby socialite girlfriend, Cecilia Hollingsworth. This year, Java Jive has a booth right at the finish line, and since Juliet and Cecilia don’t always see eye to eye, everything has to be perfect. Nothing can go wrong. Nothing . . . like Juliet stumbling over Cecilia’s dead body on the morning of the race.

When Pete is arrested for Cecilia’s murder, Juliet sets out to clear his name. She’ll do whatever it takes—even if it means standing up to the police, her ex-boyfriend, and the grande dames of Nashville. But there isn’t enough espresso in the world for the greatest challenge in her path: infiltrating Nashville’s high society to uncover the hidden hotbed of scandal without running afoul of the law herself. With her last dime staked on Pete’s bail bond and her staff growing jittery, the last thing Juliet needs is for her trademark temper to land her behind bars. As time drips away, Juliet needs to crack this case before the killer comes back for another shot.

Find Caroline's books at these links:





My Music Nugget O' The Day:

My husband and I planned a family trip to Fayetteville, West Virginia for whitewater rafting and we took our large family last weekend. Yep...the day after the most devastating flood WV has seen in 100 years. The trip had some National Lampoon moments, like when the GPS took us to Tornado, West Va instead of Fayetteville, the dog peed on the only real bed, the only hot tub in our "camp" was full of dirt and leaves (no water) and our neighbors got into a fight, leaving one "gentleman" to "go get his gun." The rafting was postponed but eventually several in our group braved the raging river ride and lived to tell about it. Keep the folks in West Virginia in your prayers. 



Lanea Stagg

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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Evansville Local Authors Episode #5 - Patricia Easley

Children's author, Patricia Easley, will be the next guest on the Recipe Records Radio Show. Having published 13 books, this seasoned author has been writing children's stories since her sons were small. It took the birth of her granddaughter, Brissa, to give her that nudge to put the stories into print.
Children's Author Patricia Easley
Easley is a retired psychiatric social worker who lives with her husband in Evansville on a small lake (big pond) and loves watching heron and all the wonderful wildlife that call this home. She loves traveling, both to visit her sons, who live at opposite sides of the country, and to visit places in the world with family and friends. 
I have been particularly fond of her latest book The Mighty Mascot Miss ODee, about the adorable Miss ODee, the mascot for the Freedom Heritage Museum in Evansville. I have met Miss ODee and she won my heart when she gave her salute. Miss ODee can be seen at the museum and found on Facebook!
Read about a few of Easley's books below and you can see the entire collection at Amazon. Easley is available for readings and programs, you can contact her at her email:  miatapatti1947@aol.com.
Tune in to hear about her wonderful books, Wednesday, June 22 at 11:30 a.m. - call in to the live show and you can win a free copy of Little Dog in the Sun! The show link is below.


The Mighty Mascot Miss ODee ...$9.95
Canine Sergeant Miss ODee is the mascot and ambassador for Evansville's Freedom Heritage Museum, a historical site dedicated to World World II. A terrific tribute to WWII and fun tale of the adorable Miss ODee!

Learn more about this fantastic museum at their website:

Myeda, Molly & Me...$8.00 
This book will help children understand people of various faith backgrounds and help them see we are much more alike than we are different. Join these three little girls as they share special parts of their faith, and realize just how big God’s love truly is.

A Rite to Bare Arms...$7.00 
This book is a fun-filled adventure about grandmothers from all corners of the globe whom make good use of their arm flaps to fly around the world to visit their beloved grandchildren

Mike Robe’s Bash in the Trash...$6.00 
A perfect book for Earth Day or any other occasion to help your child better understand their environment. In this fun and “dirty” book your children willl learn about Mike Robe and all he does to help the world in which we live.

RADIO SHOW WITH GUEST PATRICIA EASLEYClick on this link to listen live or the archived show is available here as well:


To Purchase or View books go to: http://m67633.wix.com/patriciaeasley or email at: miatapatti1947@aol.com


My Music Nugget O' The Day:

Nothing specific about this one -- I just think it's a cool tune by Cold War Kids:  


Lanea Stagg

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Friday, June 17, 2016

Paranormal Author & Investigator Rick Kueber - Episode #4 Evansville Local Author Series

Episode #4 of my radio show series is going to be out of this world.... Paranormal author and investigator, Rick Kueber, will be chatting tomorrow about his career in very mystical worlds. Please read about Rick in his bio below and tune in at 9:30 a.m. CST, Saturday, June 18.
I've enjoyed reading his first book Forever Ash-The Witch Child of Helmach Creek, which is based on true events stemming from a paranormal investigation. One particular excerpt from the book I found engaging:   "You see, that's the problem with all things paranormal, you never really know for sure about anything. It isn't an exact science yet, and even when you seem to have the answers, you never really know. In a way it reflects real life in that so often when we think we know, or have the answer to something in our life, we find out things aren't what they seem."


Rick Kueber
Rick Kueber was raised Catholic, and has attended many different churches and denominations. He has always had a knack for, and immense love of, science, graduating high school with more than a double major in science. 

This combination has given him an edge as a paranormal investigator and team leader.
Rick has spent more than two decades in the construction industry working his way from an apprentice, journeyman, foreman, superintendent, and finally, a representative of hundreds of union workers. This leadership ability has been key in every aspect of his life including paranormal investigating.
Rick has appeared as a guest and speaker at many paranormal events and on several radio programs. He has also written smaller published articles for Life'sGift and Supernatural Magazine.
While he writes about the experiences of his team, Rick says he finds his greatest inspiration and drive comes from his love and bond with his son Daniel.
For the past few years, Rick has been a Commissioner for the Evansville/
Evansville Vanderburgh Paranormal Investigations
Vanderburgh Human Relations Commission, fighting for fairness and equality of all people, and combating discrimination of any kind. This is always an underlying message hidden within the pages of his books.
The team of Evansville Vanderburgh Paranormal Investigations was founded by Rick Kueber in 2008, and has grown to one of the most recognizable and respected small paranormal research teams. Their investigations are typically limited to 'on request' situations, with the rare public 'ghost hunt' events.
The team of EVP investigations has traveled throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee investigating haunted locations, though there have been a few requests that have taken them even farther.

Rick is the author of:

The Frost&Flame Trilogy
* Forever ASH- The Witch Child of Helmach Creek
* Shadows of Eternity- The Children of the Owls
* NeverEnding Maddeness

The Convergence Saga
* The Pale Titan
* The Genesis Project
* Dissension
* Borders (Working title, not yet published)

Rick is also a contributing author in the Amazon Best Sellers:
Amazing Paranormal Encounters Volumes 1 & 2

Find Rick Kueber's books here:

Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Evansville, Indiana

Barnes & Noble Online:  


Annette Munnich
In addition to Rick's interview, we will also hear from Annette Munnich, the owner of Stellium Books which is comprised of 25 titles including the top ten bestsellers in Supernatural and Unexplained Mysteries on Amazon, Amazing Paranormal Encounters Volumes 1 and 2. Stellium also publishes Kueber's book series. Since beginning Stellium Books in June 2015, 9 of her titles have appeared on bestseller lists on Amazon including her own book 9 Angels for Prosperity and Abundance and a children's book she illustrated for author Dennis Gager Billy Rabbit Saves Christmas. She is also the author of the Ghost Journal and Record Book and has illustrated three additional children's stories.
Annette has been a PR Specialist since 2009 and has worked with some of the most interesting and notable names in the paranormal community, as well as working with businesses locally and across the U.S. including two internet radio stations.
She was the host of her own radio show, Python Radio for four years. Annette has a graphic arts background and has been a free-lance artist since 2000. Annette lives near her hometown of Chicago, Il.


My tribute to the supernatural is a creepy recipe from Recipe Records Cookbook:

My Music Nugget O' The Day:

From one of the best bands of the 80's, The Police:

Spirits in the Material World: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wtQvbA0WC4


Jon Fuchs, Lanea and Ava and Schnitzel will be at Barnes & Noble Saturday, June 18 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

It is Schnitzel's first appearance at B&N ... Woof!

You can get any of the Little Dog books or Recipe Records cookbooks at my website:

Lanea Stagg

blog:  www.rockblocks3.blogspot.com
radio:  www.blogtalkradio.com/reciperecords
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Twitter: @RecipeRecords and @LaneaStagg

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Angela Williams - Evansville Local Author Radio Show - Episode #3

Episode #3 of the Evansville Local Authors series will broadcast live tomorrow at 12:00 p.m. NOON CST, on the Recipe Records Radio Show. I am continuing to introduce you to talented authors in the Tri-State area, and tomorrow's featured author is Angela Williams. Angela is returning for a second interview on my show and I'm looking forward to hearing about her latest projects. You may read more about this talented writer/poet in the bio below. Please tune in to the show -- the link is below as well.

What does Rock & Roll taste like?
St. Joe Shaved Ice - Evansville, IN
My radio show is also highlighting popular locations in the Evansville area. Over the weekend I was at my favorite sno-cone stand, St. Joe Shaved Ice (they are on Facebook) - and I noticed on the menu that a "Rock & Roll" flavor was offered. Of course, I had to partake of the delicacy and that, Ladies and Gentlemen is rock and roll - and I liked it.

St. Joe Shaved Ice
2640 N Saint Joseph

Evansville, IN

Angela Williams:
Angela Williams

Williams was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on July 28, 1959 to Geraldine and Nathaniel Pickron. She is the sixth of seven children and has five sisters and one brother. She lives in Evansville, Indiana and has a 20 year-old daughter and a 45 year-old step son. Angela has a Bachelor of Science degree in Operations Management from LaSalle University, in Philadelphia, PA and an M.B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh, in Pittsburgh, PA, with concentration in Finance and Marketing.

She has worked in banking, corporate America, and non-profit organizations. She has held positions in Admissions and Financial Aid Counseling at the University of Pittsburgh; Sales, Marketing and Advertising, at Mead Johnson Nutrition; Marketing Management at Kimball Office Furniture; Global Sourcing and Market Research, at Kimball Electronics; Community Relations, at United Way, and currently, she is employed at the University of Evansville, as the Assistant Director of Alumni and Parent Relations.
Angela attends New Life Non-denominational Ministries, where the pastor is Rev. Lakeysha Sherman Presley, where she enjoys key leadership responsibilities in Kingdom Building. She describes herself as a Christian, African-American, and woman.
Life More Abundantly and other powerful & inspiring works is Angela’s first book of poetry. Her prose promises to be thought provoking, personal, and humorous. They are called “works” because some of them are more like short stories. The works are about real life challenges in her life. The author's second poetry book is on track to be published by early 2017.

·   Life More Abundantly and other powerful & inspiring works, is the product of personal trials and tribulations. Angela began writing poetry in 1997 to express several painful experiences she had over a 2 year period (a collapse of a marriage, toxic dating as a single parent, race issues, the death of her mother, and a corporate downsizing). The title of the book shares the title of the last poem, written to describe her experience with homelessness as a child. This book will reach and empower others in their journey through life to realize that no matter the circumstances, it is possible to have life more abundantly. The poems are relevant to a wide audience of people.


Tune in live to win a copy of "Little Dog in the Sun."
If you can't listen live, you can hear the show at the same link.

Excerpt from Evansville Courier & Press 6/18/15:
"Since she began to write creatively, Williams had simply stored her works in a folder, not knowing the proper steps to take for publication. But she attended an event at the Evansville African American Museum where authors were speaking and reading their works inspired her share her works.
"I've written this (poetry) to help somebody else who is going through the same issues," Williams said.
"It was scary because it could (have been) rejected, but it was very self-fulfilling and rewarding," she said of sharing personal aspects in hopes of inspiring others.
She read aloud her poem "Your Idea of Black" in front of an audience for the first time after joining the guild and received "wonderful words of encouragement," she said.
The poem was written to people who have a low opinion of "what is means to be black," she said. "It infuriates me that if you act a certain way you're considered not black,'" she said.
Williams said non-stereotypical African-Americans are said to have "black fleece" in the black community, and in the white community, non-stereotypical African-Americans are said to be "acting white."
After she joined the Soul Writers' Guild, Williams published her anthology Life More Abundantly: And Other Powerful & Empowering Works.
Williams said the book looks to inspire people to overcome obstacles, similar to how she overcame homelessness.
"It's been very rewarding to spend time with others that are writing," she said. "And, I have been able to help others find resources to publish their work."




Jon Fuchs, Lanea and Ava and Schnitzel will be at Barnes & Noble Saturday, June 18 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

It is Schnitzel's first appearance at B&N ... Woof!

You can get any of the Little Dog books or Recipe Records cookbooks at my website:

Lanea Stagg

blog:  www.rockblocks3.blogspot.com
radio:  www.blogtalkradio.com/reciperecords
Facebook: RecipeRecords Cookbook (send friend request)
Twitter: @RecipeRecords and @LaneaStagg

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Evansville Local Authors: Part II - Doug Knight & Donna G. Hendricks

It's very exciting to share the second episode in my Evansville Local Authors radio show series, which features the talents of authors in the Tri-State area. Two lovely souls: Doug Knight and Donna G. Hendricks will chat with me about their books. Take a peak below at their bios and book descriptions. You are cordially invited to tune in to the show live this Thursday, June 9, 2016, at 11:30 a.m. CST. I will be giving away copies of "Little Dog in the Sun" to listeners that call in to the show. 
The radio show link is below--"see" you soon!


Evansville's Barnes & Noble Booksellers is hosting it's first "B-Fest Teen Book Festival" which is this weekend. Three days packed with fantastic events for teens such as: writing workshops, trivia, games, author events, yoga, art, jewelry making, music, Star Wars, giveaways & more. Our B&N friend, Mariana Mudd, will answer any questions you have at 812-475-1054. This is a terrific event for teens - spread the word! 
*Evansville Local Author members, Jean Pace and Cindy Moore will be there Saturday, June 11 at 11:00 a.m. 


Doug Knight:
Doug Knight & Lanea at Barnes & Noble booksigning
I believe my desire to be an author came shortly after I learned to read. My dad was an English teacher and he encouraged me to read. He would bring home books for me to read, mostly novels. I especially remember enjoying To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee, The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers, Alexander Dumas,Treasure Island, Robert Louis Stevenson. I read books by Charles Dickens, Edgar Allan Poe, Walter Scott and Nathaniel Hawthorne. I remember begging my mom and forcing my younger brother to play a card game of "Authors" when we lived in Bloomington one summer while Dad earned his master’s degree.
You can’t become an author if you don’t write something.  I remember drawing cartoons, comic strips, actually in the third grade. It got me lots of attention and mostly positive strokes.
Our fourth grade teacher, Mrs. McPherson, who smelled like coffee and I loved the smell of coffee, asked us to write a short story.  There were lots of wonderful stories written by the class, all but a few were very similar and usually about a paragraph long. We also had to read them in front of the class. I remember my story was “The Dog Who Was Afraid of Cats” and it was four or five pages long. I don’t remember what grade I received, but I remember my teacher saying she wanted me to send her my first published novel.  She moved away the following year (that was fifty years or so ago) and I haven’t been able to find her. But I have one of my novels saved back for Mrs. McPherson if I ever find her.
I write all of the time. Sometimes I post on my blog at kingservant.com. The blog is my definition of a full, rich life.  I have experienced loss in the death of two wives and share what I’ve learned of grieving and moving on after loss. I write about the differences between living a life and not just existing.
Since I retired in January, I spend many hours writing my second novel, Through the Valley of the Shadow, and learning how to market my current novel, A River Bend.  I also try to hone my craft by reading other peoples’ works.
I want to finish and publish not only Through the Valley of the Shadow, but I have several other novels started – a detective adventure about a cop and a taxi driver, a historical novel about a circuit rider and I’m toying with an idea based on one of my ancestors who fought in the Revolutionary War, was later captured by Indians on his way to Vincennes and was one of the earliest settlers in Wayne County, Indiana. This is something I learned just recently on Ancestry.com. 

A River Bend is about Josh Crockett, a thirty-three year old psychologist and author who travels back to his childhood home of Melo, Indiana. Melo is on the bend of the Aboideux River and, of course, it mirrors life around Evansville, Indiana and the Ohio River. 
Josh involves himself in the lives of several people in Melo, including an attractive thirty-ish entrepreneur, Marcy James. Their chance meeting and subsequent meetings grow into a very strong bond of friendship.  
Josh's purpose for returning to Melo is to instruct a church teen group on the concepts of his book. One of the deacons, Desmond Niemeier, finds Josh a little too good to be true and devotes his time to expose Josh for the fraud Desmond believes him to be. Desmond's efforts uncover a dark secret from Josh's past which eventually thwarts Josh's plans with the youth group. 
Josh questions why God allows this to happen to him. He also struggles with whether his feelings for Marcy James are love or lust, whether his motives for returning to Melo are purpose or pride and whether his future is in Melo or Corona, Florida, where he had been residing. 
A River Bend - by Doug Knight
My next novel, Through the Valley of the Shadow is a follow-up on the lives of the main characters in A River Bend, especially Marcy James and Paul Palato. 
Marcy is torn between two lovers, Josh Crockett, who returned to Corona but promised to join her soon in Melo, and a close family friend, Geoff Westin, a very married lawyer. In the midst of this struggle, Marcy is attacked and nearly raped and then stalked by one of her attackers. Josh shows up just in time to thwart an attempt on Marcy's life by her stalker.
Paul, also a lawyer, is given a great opportunity in his profession to help the city as a public defense attorney. He is encouraged by the Mayor of Melo to accept this opportunity in order to launch bigger and better career opportunities.
The lives of Marcy and Paul cross when Paul is asked to defend one of Marcy's attackers. Paul must choose upholding his duty to strongly defend the attacker or risk his lifelong friendship with Josh. Paul is also discouraged by public opinion and even the Mayor to do due diligence in defending strongly this obviously guilty predator.  
Will Paul be able to determine what the right thing to do is? Will he lose the Mayor's support of his promising career? Will he be able to live with himself if he makes a wrong decision?

You can also find Doug at these social media outlets:


Donna G. Hendricks
When I was a little girl, I loved to look through gravel and find little beads that we called "Indian Beads." They looked like they were made of stone and each one had a hole in the middle. Later I visited a rock show and discovered that what I had been finding was a crinoid stem fossil. A crinoid grew in the water, having a root, a stem, and arms coming out the top of the stem. It looked like a plant, but it was an animal. When it became fossilized, it turned to stone. I later discovered that crinoid stem fossils could be found along the edge of a creek. I found a lot of them, stringing them on a thread to make a necklace. This was my first experience with beach combing. 
When I met my husband, John, he had a big silver canoe draped over his tiny brown Toyota. It looked like a silver fish eating a bug. Later he invited me to canoe seven miles with him and friends at the Blue River. It was my first time in a canoe, but it was fun! We stopped on a gravel bar for a picnic lunch of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and iced tea. As I walked around on the beach, I found two fossils--a brown rock with a small backbone down the middle and something that looked like the end of a bone that had turned to stone. I kept them as memories of a wonderful day. I also had the experience of stepping in some nettles and having to stand in the river to try to sooth the stinging. We made it to the end of our canoe outing right at dark where someone was waiting to take us back to our vehicle. What a great experience! 
After we married, we visited Big Creek, Wakulla River, The Adirondacks, Okefenokee Swamp, Isle Royale, The Atlantic Ocean, The Pacific Ocean, Lake Erie, and the Sea of Cortez to name a few. I especially liked looking for American Indian artifacts on the beaches wherever we went. Each time we returned home I made things from shells, fossils, driftwood, and rocks I found and was inspired by the scenery we enjoyed. I kept a journal, John shot photos.
We’re Combing the Beaches
And Doing Projects

By Donna G. Hendricks

I began jotting down ideas and writing stories about our experiences. At first I wrote a memoir but with the photos and the projects it eventually developed into a children’s project book. 
Most people think beaches are only by the ocean, but beaches are any place where rocks and sand meets water: rivers, creeks, lakes, wetlands, and oceans. So these five places became the names of the chapters of my book, Rivers, Creeks, Lakes, Wetlands, and Oceans. John and I had been to all of these places, canoeing, snorkeling, fishing, wading, riding on a ferry, and flying in a seaplane, and we had experienced all the places mentioned in my book. There are instructions, photos, and sketches for 60 projects of all types.

Donna G. Hendricks & Husband, John
Excerpt from We’re Combing the Beaches And Doing Projects:
“I love adventure. I love rivers and swamps and creeks. I love to walk on beaches, finding shells, rocks, and driftwood. Come with me into this book, and I will be your tour guide. I want you to see, hear, and feel everything! Together we’ll visit all sorts of places. We’ll canoe down a river and see the animals; we’ll swim with the fishes in a creek; we’ll take a ferry to an island and drink tea by a big lake. We’ll make things, and paint and sew, and maybe we’ll be archaeologists. We’ll draw a treasure map and write a poem. Some of the projects are easy; some are harder. You pick one you can do. We’ll have a grand time together, you and I.

Link to Donna’s Amazon author page: http://www.amazon.com/Donna-G.-Hendricks/e/B00UGP3T2U

Donna's website: http://donnaghendricks.tateauthor.com/


Tune in live and have chance to win a copy of "Little Dog in the Sun" by Lanea Stagg and illustrated by Jon Fuchs.


If you can't listen live, click on the same link shortly after the show cuts and hear the archived episode.


Jon Fuchs, Lanea and Ava and Schnitzel will be at Barnes & Noble Saturday, June 18 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

It is Schnitzel's first appearance at B&N ... Woof!

You can get any of the Little Dog books or Recipe Records cookbooks at my website:

Lanea Stagg
blog:  www.rockblocks3.blogspot.com
radio:  www.blogtalkradio.com/reciperecords