Karen Reddick is the author of two books: The A-Z Guide: The Best Ways To Work With a VA Grammar Done Right, a clear, commonsense approach to grammar, usage, and style, which was recently released in a revised and expanded 2nd edition. Karen was awarded the coveted designation of Master Virtual Author’s Assistant (MVAA) and Master Virtual Assistant (MVA), both of which are considered the highest achievements in the virtual assistant industry. She will be sharing about her life as a virtual assistant and giving us editing tips from her book during this podcast interview with Yvonne Perry.
Barbara Milbourn will be interviewing LJ Sellers—an award-winning journalist, editor, novelist, and occasional standup comic based in Eugene, Oregon. She is the author of the highly praised mystery/suspense novel, The Sex Club, and has a second Detective Jackson story, Secrets to Die For, coming out in September. Ms. Sellers is also an excellent editor and ghostwriter with a great sense of story structure, tension, and pacing. She is a member of the popular editing blog, The Blood Red Pencil. LJ Sellers will be discussing both the editing services she provides and her two novels. Learn more about LJ Sellers and her work at http://ljsellers.com/.
Yvonne Perry will interview Joseph R Lavelle (Joe) about his new book Act As If It Were Impossible to Fail, The Employee Handbook That Your Employer Hasn’t Given You. Joe is an accomplished management consulting executive and business coach assisting with the technology challenges of diverse organizations including health delivery networks, health plans, healthcare software vendors, and several Fortune 500 companies. Joe has dedicated his career as a strategic business advisor to ensure that his clients achieve maximum performance. He will share insight with our listeners.
Barbara Milbourn will share her discussion with Leo Abrami, author of the new book Evading the Nazis. Mr. Abrami was taken by his mother to hide with farmers in Normandy, France during World War II to avoid the inevitable persecution by the Nazis. Although Jewish, he pretended to be Catholic and lived safely with his adoptive family until France was liberated by the Allies. Evading the Nazis tells Mr. Abrami’s story of survival during the war and his determination to investigate his family and cultural history once he was free. Tune into this discussion to learn more about one boy’s amazing experience during war, and the man’s later determination to speak for others who could not.