We’re delighted to welcome back Lynn Harrod upon the release of his latest book, Child of Imago. Lynn weaves a new version of Dorothy in Oz located an interesting twist on the post-apocalyptic world. DOT slowly discovers that her memory has been wiped, heading off on a heroine’s journey to find out who she is, how to rescue the girls in her dreams, and what family might really mean. Hint: It’s not in Kansas. Enjoy! … Continue…Episode 197 – Welcome Back Lynn Harrod
Canadian author Angie Elita Newell of the Lidly-Q First Nation from the Dehcho, is a trained historian, blending oral stories with academic and First Nations history. Her first published novel: All I See is Violence is told through the lens of 1970s reservation violence and the events 100 years before leading up to the Battle of Little Bighorn where the Lakota Sioux, Northern Cheyenne, and Arapaho tribes took on Custer’s 7th Cavalry Regiment. … Continue…Episode 196 – Interview with Angie Elita Newell
It’s the end of 2023, the beginning of 2024, and our intrepid hosts sit down to chat about what they learned in the first 5 seasons of WDC — what they enjoyed, the challenges, and the warnings for other podcasters. (The scam marketing! So much!) Drink with Jeannie, John, and Deirdre as they look at the last few years in retrospective, and randomly quote poetry. … Continue…Episode 195 – But Did You Learn Anything?