My good friend and old Navy buddy Chris Ingalls of http://www.popmatters.com joins me for another podcast as we discuss ways to beat boredom during stay-at-home, Stephen King, books, TV, the passing of Fred Willard, and much more.
I recently had the opportunity to be a guest on Angelica Goncalves’ podcast, A Little Bit of Everything with Me. I enjoyed speaking with Angelica about my journey as a published author and my creative outlets. Check out my appearance and be sure to listen to other episodes of her award-winning podcast.
In my profession, I have had the occasion to meet people from all walks of life and from the far reaches of the globe. On this episode of Get the Knaak, my good friend Hyden Nadolny from Australia joins me for some conversation.
Erotic romance author Marie Tuhart makes her second appearance on the Get The Knaak podcast. We discuss events and trends in the book world, how to keep yourself entertained during the COVID-19 pandemic, and much more. Repeat guests are rare for me, and Marie is definitely a fun interview.
It’s certainly an Oscars preview you don’t need, but Chris Ingalls joins me for another spirited discussion about movies, TV, books and politics.
Check out the season premiere of the Get the Knaak podcast. I can’t believe I have been hosting this podcast for four years now. My good friend and old Navy buddy Chris Ingalls of www.popmatters.com joins me to kick off a new year of great conversation.
Listen in as my good friend and old Navy buddy Chris Ingalls of www.popmatters.com joins me for some conversation about anything and everything. Thanks for listening this year everyone. Hopefully you have enjoyed the conversation and interviews. The podcast will be back in January. In the meantime, here is an hour and eight minutes of your life you’ll never get back.
My good friend and old Navy buddy Chris Ingalls of Pop Matters checks in as we discuss books, movies, TV, music, politics and everything in-between.
My good friend and old Navy buddy Chris Ingalls of popmatters.com returns to the program to chat about politics, books, movies, and TV.
On the eve of SF Comic Con at the Oakland Convention Center, fellow panelists and Trifecta Publishing House labelmates Mark London Williams and Samantha Heuwagen joined me for adult beverages and conversation at Sláinte in Jack London Square. We had a wonderful time at this literature-inspired Irish pub in the heart of the neighborhood named for Oakland’s native son and world-renown author, Jack London. Mark and I knew we had found a home for our occasional grub and libation get-togethers when we saw the portrait of Oscar Wilde on the wall during our first visit.