Sunday, November 19, 2006

Authors In Your Pocket Show 11/19/06 Midwest Literary Festival "On the Road Series", Episode One (Graphically Enhanced)

Episode One - Midwest Literary Festival "On the Road" series

We are proud to introduce the special twelve segment Authors In Your Pocket(tm) “On The Road” series featuring the authors and literary professionals at the 4th Annual Midwest Literary Festival which took place the weekend of September 16th and 17th, 2006.

Episode one of this series will feature Midwest Literary Festival author liaison Henry Perez, Nancy Bush's ELECTRIC BLUE, Michael A. Black's FREEZE ME TENDER and Judy Merrill Larsen's ALLTHE NUMBERS.

Nancy Bush is the author of more than three dozen novels in various genres. She has also worked as a breakdown writer on the daytime favorite, All My Children. Nancy’s newest novel, ELECTRIC BLUE, is the second in the Jane Kelly series of romantic mysteries, following Candy Apple Red. In this second smash outing, Nancy’s wickedly funny heroine, Jane Kelly, proves herself a worthy successor to Stephanie Plum, but with a wit, style, and dog that are definitely all her own.

Michael A. Black is a former Army Military Policeman, who entered civilian law enforcement after his discharge, and for the past twenty-seven years has been a police officer in the south suburbs of Chicago. The author of over forty articles on subjects ranging from police work to popular fiction, he has also had over thirty short stories published in various anthologies and magazines, including Ellery Queen and Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. His novels include FREEZE ME TENDER, A Killing Frost, Windy City Knights, and The Heist, a thriller set in Chicago.

In ALL THE NUMBERS, author Judy Merrill Larsen skillfully takes us through every parent’s worst nightmare as she brilliantly explores, through fiction, how love makes us vulnerable and how very isolating yet very human is the desire for revenge. A trial takes us to a highly charged ending in which, in an unexpected turn, Ellen reconciles the pain of an irreversible past with the duty ahead. Judy Merrill Larsen teaches high school English in St. Louis, Missouri, where she lives with her husband and five children. She holds a master’s degree from Washington University.

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