“Raven's Cove, a great mystery by Mary Ann Poll. Avoid it when winds are gusting to hurricane speed outside.
No extra creepiness needed.” ~Bonnye Matthews
Step aside Stephen King, Alaska’s Mary Ann Poll is here to spin new tales of the super-natural and the ungodly, as her heroes and heroines take on the forces of evil on 'The Last Frontier.'
Jeanne is an award-winning writer and marketing consultant. Readers have described her fiction as "a cross between Flannery O'Connor and Edgar Allan Poe." She loves writing tales that blend vivid imagery, supernatural elements, and at least one colorful senior citizen among the cast of characters. Follow her work on jeannegrunert.com
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Victoria Hardesty has owned Arabian Horses for the past 35 years. She and her best friend, Nancy Perez, are authors of a series of novels about Arabian horses and the young people who love them.
Victoria and her husband ran a training/show barn for a number of years at their ranch in Pinon Hills, California. Many of their story ideas came from the young people who learned to ride and show their horses from their ranch. Before she retired, Victoria was a busy Executive Assistant to the Board of Directors of a $200M a year distribution company. She honed her organizational skills and her writing skills over 30 years on the job.
Gordon Parker shares his 'other world' encounters on this episode.
Gordon was born in Louisiana and moved to Alaska when he was twelve. He calls Anchorage his home town but remains very close to Louisiana.
His first career was in broadcast journalism. From there he moved into politics, working as a lobbyist on behalf of small, rural telecommunications companies in both Juneau and Washington D.C. He also served as chief staff officer for a major trade association and even owned a movie theater in Nome.
His first novel, The Empty Mint Mystery, is set in Louisiana. The second, Neighbors and Other Strangers, swerves through San Francisco. The third, A Shooting at Auke Bay, brings his main characters to Alaska. Future novels will see them sharing their time between homes in New Orleans and Anchorage.
Lori is an aide in an English as a Second Language class. She works with students from many different countries and she loves her job. She also owns LRW Travels and is a travel consultant. Traveling is one of her passions.
Lori has been interested in the paranormal since the age of ten when her grandmother would visit her in the bathroom of her childhood home after her death. Lori's supernatural adventures didn't stop there. Lori tells a heartwarming story of helping a spirit and shares other adventures she has had with the spirit realm. Her encounters are unique and fun. Take a listen!
Within the next two weeks, I will conducting weekly interviews with people about their supernatural experiences. I will also be recording a short story or two just for fun. Would you listen to the trailer? It is short. I'd love your feedback Here's the link: https://anchor.fm/mary-ann-poll