Today is Friday. Don’t forget to tune into Nancy’s Bookshelf on North State Public Radio this morning. Every week, Nancy Wiegman of Chico State University interviews authors of local interest, and especially writers from our area. In the past, she has interviewed authors such as Christy Largent, Steven T. Callan, and Sharon St. George.
I don’t know who Nancy’s guests will be today, but last week she spoke with Redding-area authors R.L. Seago and Shane Weisman.
R.L. Seago, or Robert, works in Redding and has written several novels, the latest of which is Tears of the Innocent. Seago draws on his military and medical background to craft taut thrillers.
Shane Weissman writes children’s books in rhyme reminiscent of Dr. Seuss. He also has classroom presentations which he gives at local schools. On last week’s program, Shane recited a large section of his work that he uses in his presentations. It was a joy to listen!
I listen to Nancy’s Bookshelf on 88.9 FM at 10:00.
Also, local author Chloe Winston will hold a book signing at the Redding Barnes & Noble tomorrow at 1:00. Her third novel in a series, China Caper, has been published and she will have copies available for purchase. I’ll post another reminder tomorrow, and more about Chloe’s delightful book series.
Have a great day!