Episode 108: Against All Odds with Ralph Jarrells

November 17, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Ralph Jarrells is a writer and a film maker, with a long history of fascinating jobs. Ralph joins me from West Columbia, SC to talk about his two novels Ill Gotten Gain and Fiery Red Hair, Emerald Green Eyes and A Vicious Irish Temper and his incredibleContinue reading “Episode 108: Against All Odds with Ralph Jarrells”

Episode 103: Mystery/Thriller Novels with Darden North

September 8, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Darden North is a mystery and thriller novelist, a presenter for writing conferences, chairman of the board of the Mississippi Public Broadcasting Foundation, on the editorial board of the Journal of the Mississippi Medical Association, and a board-certified ob/gyn. Joining me from Jackson, Mississippi, Darden talks aboutContinue reading “Episode 103: Mystery/Thriller Novels with Darden North”

Episode 101: Historical Fiction with Thomas Ott

July 28, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Thomas Ott earned his Ph.D. in Caribbean History from the University of Tennessee and is the author of The Haitian Revolution: 1791-1804 and Saturday and the Witch Woman. In 2010 he retired from the University of North Alabama to write the story of Saturday, a slave onContinue reading “Episode 101: Historical Fiction with Thomas Ott”

Episode 99: The Narcissist’s Wife with Laura Mansfield

July 14, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Laura Mansfield joins me again to talk about her new book The Narcissist’s Wife. This is Laura’s second book. For this episode, we found more common ground and talked about our own experiences with narcissists, how to protect ourselves and our loved ones from becoming enmeshed withContinue reading “Episode 99: The Narcissist’s Wife with Laura Mansfield”

Episode 98: Believe, Hope, Remember with Abby Rosser

July 7, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Abby Rosser lives in Murfreesboro, Tennessee with her husband and four children. She is a former kindergarten teacher who is now an author, publishing 5 books in 6 years, and currently working on book 6. Abby talks about her writing journey, her books, what it means toContinue reading “Episode 98: Believe, Hope, Remember with Abby Rosser”

Episode 95: The Ring on the Sill with Jody Clark

June 2, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Jody Clark joins me again to talk about The Ring on the Sill the final book in his trilogy “The Soundtrack to My Life.” Jody grew up in the Kittery/York area of southern Maine and his books are based on his experiences growing up in a beachContinue reading “Episode 95: The Ring on the Sill with Jody Clark”

Episode 93: Sanctuary: A Catalyst for Murder with David Hanrahan

May 19, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins David Hanrahan is back for his third appearance. David is a former Boston trial attorney and now the author of three novels. He just released his latest novel, Sanctuary: A Catalyst for Murder. David talks about his new book, a book club in Florida he visited, whenContinue reading “Episode 93: Sanctuary: A Catalyst for Murder with David Hanrahan”

Episode 89: Three Pillars of Life with Amanda Woods

March 31, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Amanda Woods is an author and illustrator of children’s books, the vice president of the board for the York Region Chamber of Commerce, on the board for the York Education Foundation, and the “powerhouse” at the Wiggly Bridge Distillery. She was born in Manchester, NH and currentlyContinue reading “Episode 89: Three Pillars of Life with Amanda Woods”

Episode 85: Geezer Stories with Laura Mansfield

March 3, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Laura Mansfield is the author of Geezer Stories: The Care and Feeding of Old People, a book that was birthed from a series of Facebook posts she originally shared to help her cope with the frustrations, heartaches and small joys of caring for her aging parents. LauraContinue reading “Episode 85: Geezer Stories with Laura Mansfield”

Episode 79: A Different Path with Jody Clark

January 13, 2019 All In with Pauline Hawkins Jody Clark grew up in the Kittery and York area of southern Maine. Contrary to the traditional path, he started off writing screenplays; when that didn’t work out, he turned those stories into novels. He now has four novels to his credit, using stories from his lifeContinue reading “Episode 79: A Different Path with Jody Clark”