Palo Cedo author Steven Callan learned a love of nature from his game warden father, and Steve himself had a 30-year career as a wildlife protection officer for the California Department of Fish and Game conducting investigations that thwarted outlaws and saved wildlife. This week join Nancy for a conversation with the author of The Game Warden's Son.
Award-winning author T.E. Watson draws ideas for his many children's books from his own imagination, but his book Going West is a true story told by a 12-year-old girl who made the journey to California in 1852. This week join Nancy for a conversation with prolific author T.E. Watson.
Special Forces soldier and CIA operative Roberto Cesar Montiel made history for 35 years. Author Jeremy Shonick researched the events of this man's life for a work of historical fiction about the rise of America's Special Forces. This week join Nancy for a conversation with the author of Cesar's Wars.
Motivational speaker Noah Johnson has created programs in youth centers and juvenile detention centers to inspire and motivate young men to overcome adversity and thrive. This week join Nancy for a conversation with the author of Boys VS Men: The Definition Of A Man. Also on the show, we talk with author Terry Richardson about his book, This Is How We Do It.
When America's pioneers headed west, the women of a wagon train had to provide food. How did pioneers in the old west do that? North State writer Gail Jenner looked into this question for her latest book. This week join Nancy for a conversation with the author of Sourdough Biscuits and Pioneer Pies: The Old West Baking Book.
When former grant writer Mary K. Jensen traveled the world with her husband Rudy, he had a rule for every situation. She has written these down in a memoir, Rudy's Rules for Travel: Life Lessons from Around the Globe. This week join Nancy for a conversation about how a marriage of opposites survived world travel.