Author Interview: Liz Jansen

For today’s post, I am interviewing Liz Jansen, the author of the newly released memoir, “Crash Landing.” Introduce yourself! Who are you? Good question! Crash Landing was inspired by my desire to understand who I was before my culture told me who I was. When I began riding a motorcycle on my family’s farm at age sixteen, I couldn’t have …

The Call: A Baseball Novel by Laurie Boris

I’m a baseball fan, but I’ve never read a book about an umpire before. Let alone a novel about a female umpire. Part family drama, part sports book, this novel follows a young woman who wants to be a baseball umpire. Along the way as she works her way through the minor leagues, she endures sexism, travel, and living on …

Interview with Esther Rabbit

Esther Rabbit is the author of Paranormal Romance, Lost in Amber, digital marketing specialist, and content creator for upcoming authors. She aims to assist writers in the journey from writing to publishing their books through a series of articles and interviews with authors and professionals in the writing industry. This author and self-proclaimed tech-geek documented her every step, resulting in …

Author Interview

I had the delightful opportunity to participate in another author interview, this time with Esther Rabbit, who blogs at her website, From Words to Spellbinding Novels. In the coming week or two, I’ll have an interview with Esther here talking about her upcoming novel, Lost in Amber, so please check back soon.

Liz Jansen's "Crash Landing"

In this beautiful memoir, Liz Jansen — an avid motorcyclist — explores the idea that life is about the journey, not just the destination. Part travelogue, part a life history, part inspirational and self-help book, and part historical chronicle, Liz’s sweeping and life-affirming story explores several important and hearty themes. Dealing with fear. Finding yourself. How to acknowledge where you …