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13 Tips for Longevity and Health: “A tough old bird shows us how to fly.”

Here comes another present for my father’s 95th birthday November 9, 2010. My article “Erwin A. Thompson: A tough old bird shows us how to fly” has just come out under the “Inspiration” category in October’s “Recovering The Self:A Journal of Hope & Healing” Volume II, Number 4. Victor R. Volkman is the publisher for […]

Riehl on Author Access Podcast: DIY Audio Book Production

Author Access hosted a podcast interview with me on how to record, produce, and market audio-book versions of eBooks and print publications. My chat with Victor Volkman and Irene Watson brought out tips you’ll find useful if you’ve wondered about making and producing an audio book. I drew upon my experience of expanding Sightlines: A […]

Riehl’s spoken word on Authors Airwaves

When Victor Volkman hosted me on Authors Airwaves, he said that he was proud to feature a special podcast “Sightlines: A Family Love Story in Poetry and Music” by Janet Riehl. Her book “Sightlines: A Poet’s Diary” is Janet’s family love story, a remembrance narrated in story poems that traverses the boundaries of life and […]

Author Dempsey Video Interview

Our Man from Pakistan Karim Khan/Ernest Dempsey talks about his book The Blue Fairy and other Tales of Transcendence in this short video interview with Victor Volkman.

Recovering the Self: A Journal of Hope and Healing is Launched

Whether we have been emotionally wounded by trauma or not, recovering the self and carrying the feeling of hope and healing with us is a worthy human pursuit. “Recovering the Self: A Journal of Hope and Healing” (vol.I, No. 1) lives up to its name and the promise it offers. The cover image of dancers […]