Thursday, May 3, 2012

First KBM Anything Goes Show Features Three Writers

On our first Kindle Books Money "Anything Goes" Thursday show, we were able to feature three indie authors.


Our first guest was Anthea Carson, author of The Dark Lake. Anthea brought me up to speed with some tutoring on the basics of existensialism, and read a paragraph or two from her fascinating novella about a woman who finds herself forced to keep coming back to the dark lake while she tries to uncover the secret of her past.

Next, we spoke with "Jeffrey," author of Marching Backwards to March; The Tale of Love, which chronicles love and the building of a relationship in reverse order. It's a dreamy backwards glance into the reality of relationships, proving everything's possible for dreamers.


Finally, we spoke to one of the co-authors of the Poetry anthology, Soul Journey: The Road Less Travelled, Paul Day. He read some of the works from that book, including one from his co-author Magella Callaghan.

To download this show on iTunes, or listen to an archived version using your computer, click the show link below.

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