Thursday, April 25, 2013 – Host Elaine Raco Chase April 25th, 2013 – Host Elaine Raco Chase  April 25th 8 pm and replay April 27th.

 have a FB Authors Corner – please go to:    (Authors Corner; ask to join you will be allowed to promo directly on the day of the show & Saturday as well…)

join me and guest authors: Eva Marie Paulliere, Janice Ballenger, Sue Senden, Mani Feniger, Phyllis Zimbler Miller, Stephen L. Wilson, Catherine Mahoney for one of my favorite programs. We talk sex, real life crime (the truth about coroners & stillettos!), forensic artists, women in the military AND the fabulous book - Angels Cried - profits going to Sandy Hook School Support Fund!



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Elaine Raco Chase - Host and author

If you like sassy, laugh out loud, contemporary romances - some more explicit than others - you have found the right author!
Reviewers have called them: "cat & mouse" - "slow burn" - "hot and steamy" - "highly addicting" - "solid characters & lots of humor" - "amazing reads!"
I call them fun! My heroines are NOT: thin, petite, clueless or submissive. They are strong women who aren't looking for a man - until the right one comes along!
And those men! Tough-guy, alpha males who don't know what hit them! But do know they want MORE!
Whether you read my erotic romantic comedies (updated eBooks), my updated 'steamy' romantic eBooks, or my classic eBooks - remember there's never an expiration date on Romance!
I'm excited to announce: Double Occupancy has been on Facebook's "What to read after 50 Shades of Grey Top 50 book list" for 36 continuous weeks! And keeps climbing that list!
And Turning Pages just announced that Rules of The Game (updated eBook edition only) was voted best erotic romance novel of 2012 from their website (
Exciting news for audiobook lovers: One Way or Another (classic romance audiobook) was's "Best Reviewed Romance for October 2012" narrator: Janina Edwards.

And Special Delivery, which has been on audibles erotic romance bestseller list since its debut in August, 2012, was #4 out of 10 Top reviewed romance novels for 2012! (PS it was the only audiobook not from a major publishing house!) narrators: award-winning team of Destiny Landon & Lee James from Bella Czar Productions.
I also write erotic mystery/thriller's. My non-fiction "How to write the Amateur Detective Novel" which was nominated for the Agatha Christie Award is in the FBI Forensic Library at Quantico.
You can find me:
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Eva Marie Paulliere

Eva Marie Paulliere writes insightful fiction about love, relationships, and life itself. From the philosophical and witty Two Stories series, to the thrilling novel One Woman, to the heart-wrenching struggles in the Asuka series, readers can enjoy an entertaining story while gaining a new perspective on life.
In her books, you never know what happens next. The hero doesn't always get the girl (he thinks he will, at least). The good guys' plans can be more diabolical than the bad guys'. However unusual the stories, they always contain the same excitement, feeling, and satisfaction that you would expect from a good novel or short story.
If you want a refreshing switch from 14th Century Europeans gazing into each other's eyes in a picturesque setting, or outrageous stories about billionaires who fall for middle class women, buy an Eva Marie Paulliere book today!

Janice Ballenger

Book Description

October 2, 2008
When Janice Ballenger joined a volunteer rescue company, she began keeping a journal, and clipping news articles about the calls she responded to. Now, as an EMT and deputy coroner, she has seen, smelled and touched things most people have difficulty just hearing about. With the thought of "There's nothing worse that I can see", she continued her job. The Nickel Mines Amish School shootings in October 2006, changed that, when a milk truck driver shot ten Amish girls, and killed himself. Read her story as one of the few people who entered the schoolhouse with the bodies inside.

Sue Senden

About the Author

Accomplished author S.M. Senden has been a journalist, historical author and columnist. Senden also worked with the police as a forensic artist, helping to identify skeletal remains of murder victims. In Clara’s Wish, Senden emerges as a new, engaging voice in a classic genre of American literature. The unique style of this author is taut, compelling and marvelous to read.

Book Description

January 11, 2013
Silence hangs in the air; a valuable diamond ring, taken from the skeletonized hand of a corpse lays untouched on the desk. Bergin Halverson wrestles with the ghosts of his past, his fears that have kept him silent for decades and the truth he knows must eventually be told. He is taken back to1923 when Clara Lindgren makes a wish that will come true, but not in the way she hoped. She meets a man, Bergin’s brother Erdman who seems to be the answer to her prayers, but instead he becomes her worst nightmare. Christian Lindgren has lost that which he holds most dear, his daughter. In a haunting dream she comes to him and shows him where she is. He can not rest until he can get help to find her. When a search is mounted on a foggy day she is found in a shallow grave just as his dream predicted. But what exactly occurred? Bergin Halverson takes up the task of searching for the truth of what happened the night Miss Lindgren disappeared putting himself and his family in peril until at last, nearly thirty-five years later he is able to reveal that truth and put to rest the many ghosts that have haunted him over the years.

Mani Feniger

Mani Feniger was born in New York City and has lived in the SF Bay Area since 1975. Her first book, Journey from Anxiety to Freedom, has helps thousands of people acquire tools and understanding to heal from anxiety and trust themselves. Her recent historical memoir, THE WOMAN IN THE PHOTOGRAPH, takes you on a twenty-year odyssey to discover her mother's hidden past.
"I cried the night the Berlin Wall went down, but I had no idea that a more personal wall that had kept me from my own heritage was also beginning to open that night and would change my life forever."

Book Description

June 1, 2012
Mani Feniger wanted nothing to do with the relics of her mother's life before she escaped from Nazi Germany in 1936. But when the fall of the Berlin Wall exposed the buried secrets and startling revelations of her mother's past, she was drawn into an exploration-of history and family, individuality and identity, mothers and daughters-that would change her life forever. THE WOMAN IN THE PHOTOGRAPH is a riveting, beautifully written memoir that reminds readers of the power of truth, the choices that shape our lives, and the legacy we pass on to future generations. Mani's evocative book unfolds like a mystery. The story has a heartbeat and I found myself rooting for her and for her mother. -Sue Bender, author of Plain and Simple and Everyday Sacred

Phyllis Zimbler Miller

Phyllis Zimbler Miller was raised in Elgin, Illinois, and majored in journalism at Michigan State University, where she met her future husband, Army ROTC cadet Mitchell R. Miller, on the State News editorial staff.
In May of 1970 Mitch went on active duty at Ft. Knox, Kentucky, and Phyllis tagged along with him. Her women's friendship novel MRS. LIEUTENANT is inspired by the nine weeks they spent at Ft. Knox.
From September 1970 to May 1972 Phyllis and Mitch were stationed in Munich, Germany, where Mitch served with the 18th Military Intelligence Battalion.
Phyllis eventually got a security clearance and worked as a civilian with the 66th MI Group. Her romantic suspense spy thriller CIA FALL GUY is partially based on knowledge she learned on this job (reports she typed went to the Munich office of the CIA).
After Mitch's military service, while living in Philadelphia, Phyllis was an editor and reporter for the Jewish Exponent before earning an M.B.A. at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Her Wharton experience is the starting point for her Los Angeles-based cozy mystery CAST THE FIRST STONE.
Phyllis and Mitch moved to Los Angeles in 1980, and Phyllis held positions at TigerAir and Max Factor. She then worked as a marketing consultant while their two daughters were young, and she was the founding president of the Los Angeles Chapter of Sisters in Crime.
In 1992 Perigee, an imprint of Putnam, published the Jewish holiday book SEASONS FOR CELEBRATION that Phyllis wrote with Rabbi Karen L. Fox.
Years later, after helping her daughters get into college, she worked with other students applying to college and graduate school. This work forms the basis of her three-book HOW TO SUCCEED series for teens and young adults.
In 2008 Phyllis co-founded an online marketing company at the same time she self-published her novel MRS. LIEUTENANT, which was selected as a 2008 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award semifinalist. Phyllis dove into the world of blogging, social media, and online book marketing. These activities form the basis of her TOP TIPS online marketing books.
Phyllis and Mitch have maintained an interest in military intelligence, and Mitch is a member of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers and the U.S. Naval Institute. Together they wrote the thriller LT. COMMANDER MOLLIE SANDERS.
They now live in Beverly Hills, where Phyllis is busy working with online marketing clients as well as writing more books and blogging about author topics at
Phyllis' fiction books include:
Women's friendship novel MRS. LIEUTENANT -- 2008 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award semifinalist.
YA short story PINKY SWEAR -- a prequel to MRS. LIEUTENANT.
Romantic suspense spy thriller CIA FALL GUY -- for fans of Dorothy Gilman and Helen MacInnes.
Cozy mystery CAST THE FIRST STONE: A REBECCA STONE MYSTERY -- takes place in Los Angeles and concerns The Wharton School.
Cozy mystery short stories TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE: REBECCA STONE MYSTERY SHORT STORIES -- two mystery stories in Los Angeles.
Navy thriller LT. COMMANDER MOLLIE SANDERS (written with Mitchell R. Miller) -- for military thriller fans who enjoy a fictional female character in a traditionally male role.
Phyllis' nonfiction books include:
TOP TIPS FOR HOW TO PUBLISH YOUR BOOK IN THE AGE OF KINDLE: Action Steps You Can Do Immediately Whether You Are Unpublished or Already Published
TOP TIPS FOR HOW TO MARKET ON THE INTERNET WITH PICTURES: Action Steps You Can Do Immediately Whether You Are an Expert or a Novice
TOP TIPS FOR HOW TO MARKET YOUR BOOK ON AMAZON AND FACEBOOK: Action Steps You Can Do Immediately Whether You Are Traditionally Published or Self-Published
The HOW TO SUCCEED IN HIGH SCHOOL, COLLEGE AND BEYOND COLLEGE 3-book series for teens and young adults:
P.S. While several of Phyllis' books are available only in Kindle format, you do not need a Kindle in order to read these. Amazon provides FREE Kindle apps for many electronic devices and these apps can be downloaded at

Stephen L. Wilson

Lives in Eugene, Oregon, with his wife of 20 years, and 2 of his 3 kids. Other than writing, Stephen enjoys helping new authors learn more about self-publishing.

Book Description

January 1, 2013
On December 14th, 2012, tragedy struck. Authors and artists joined together, so that their expressions of emotion could be put to good use. The 40 authors and artists who contributed to this anthology represent caring people from all over the world. Our effort has combined to create the anthology "Angels Cried." This inspiring collection is a wonderful way to make a difference for those who truly need it the most. The proceeds from this book go to the Sandy Hook School Support Fund, managed by the United Way. Thank you for sharing hope.

Susanna Mahoney - we will talk about Angels Cried. 

Susanna Mahoney

I was born in the Bronx, worked with the homeless and mentally handicapped most of my career. When I retired I decided to write to pass the hours, first as a hobby, over time it became a passion. 

Right now I am dabbling and forming short novellas and full length fantasy novels, uncompleted works. I have one completed, Message to My Children published at Smashwords and 

Lately everyday thoughts pop into my head and I am writing or promoting other authors, artists and readers at my shared page on Facebook, and on my blogs. 

I graduated from college with a Psychology and Human Services Associates degree and in the past was a writer for vital causes and an advocate for the underdog. 

My first priority is being a mother, and friend to my three teenagers, second to share knowledge with others and promote other authors and assisted readers to find books in their genres and everyone is happy. 

Come all. April 25th 2013, At   8pm  eastern time to hear awesome people and authors. 

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