My apologies for not posting a notice about this sooner so that you could catch it live, but it was something of a last-minute gig. Last week, I was invited by author Jack July to come onto his internet radio program on July 9 to discuss, my novel Lost Dogs (which his daughter read and enjoyed), as well as my other works.
Jack had me on during the last half hour; also participating was Jack’s co-host, author Danielle Bova, and it was a lot of fun. You can find a link to it here; they bring me on about the 1:22:05 mark.
If you don’t have time to listen to the whole show to that point (or politics isn’t your topic of choice), you start it, let it run for a few minutes while the rest of it loads (as it does, the bar at the top of your screen will turn more and more blue), and you can jump ahead.
But if you do have the time and inclination, I think you will enjoy Jack’s discussion with writer (NOT actress) Megan Fox (you can watch her interview him here).
Thanks for having me, Jack and Danielle!
Kenton Kilgore is forging a new direction in young adult science-fiction and fantasy. He is the author of Dragontamer’s Daughters, based on Navajo culture and belief. Kenton also wrote Lost Dogs, the story of a German Shepherd and a Beagle-mix who survive the end of the human world, only to find that their struggles have just begun. With Patrick Eibel, he created Our Wild Place, a children’s book about the joy to be found in exploring Nature.
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