OUT of PATIENTS releases in August 2022.
A few events related to that exciting moment:
Book event September 21 (Wednesday) at Changing Hands Book Store at Phoenix Camelback. Come support your local independent book store and join me for a talk and book signing.
Library event September 20 (Tuesday) at Burton Barr Public LIbrary, a "conversation" about my novels.
Podcast (date to be announced): "Bookable Space" with Yvonne Battle-Felton PhD of Sheffield Hallam University in England.
Enjoy a discussion about my newest 2 novels.
What an honor and a pleasure to talk with Kevin Pho of KevinMD on the podcast. We had a fascinating discussion about medical novels, characters, and writing about plagues/disasters. 14 minutes at
Such a delightful discussion with Charmaine Gregory MD on her podcast "Fearless Freedom," all about second "careers" and following your passion. We get into the depths of how physicians manage some of their challenges.
Check out my online interview with journalist Tom Scanlon about Where No One Should Live. What interesting questions!
Changing Hands Bookstore in Phoenix on September 30, 2021 at 7:00 pm. The new novel Where No One Should Live will be featured, set in Phoenix during a hot summer season. Endearing new characters and adventures woven into the challenges of public health and training physicians: mosquitoes, rabies, helmet laws, and parasites in public swimming pools -- to name a few! Details at Changing Hands website (link below).
A new novel, Where No One Should Live, is scheduled for September 21, 2021. This exciting look into the work of a public health physician and residency physician training provides a fresh view of medicine and the tremendous work that goes into keeping us healthy.
What the River Said, book #3 in the Grand Canyon series,
published May 2021.
Hear the interview with James & Paul on Old Dogs podcast, who worry they might get all the diseases portrayed in the novel. They are a delightful and charming pair that we all should listen to!
Season 3, episode 58, at 12 minutes in:
Hear the interview about Where Light Comes and Goes with Cynthia Brian on Star Style Radio. Interview starts at 17 minutes in.
Hear a reading from Where Light Comes and Goes on the ASU Piper Writing Center Showcase. Reading starts at 42 minutes in.
Read a blog guest visit with Hallie Ephron on Jungle Red Writers, February 19, 2021.
Want to have a virtual book event with me?
I love discussing the many themes and conflicts depicted in these novels.
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