I had the wonderful opportunity last night to appear as a guest on Bob Calvert’s Talking with Heroes radio program. Bob is a good friend of the Military Writers Society of America, and on his show last night he was interviewing several MWSA officials as well as the recent Book and Author of the Month winners. I’m proud to say my second novel, Child Finder: Resurrection, resulted in my selection as the January 2010 MWSA Author of the Month. I blogged about it before, and you can go back if you like to read the original post: Mike Angley Is Author Of The Month January 2010! Read More
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I’m pleased to announce that the Military Writers Society of America has named me the Author of the Month for January 2010! I will take part in an interview about the honor on Bob Calvert’s Talking With Heroes radio program on January 24th at 5:00 pm Pacific, so if you get some time, please listen in!
The announcement of my selection for Author of the Month came in the January 2010 MWSA Newsletter (page 2), and it was in recognition of my most recently released novel, Child Finder: Resurrection. Please read the review of my book on page 8 of the newsletter. Read More
Paul A. Ibbetson is a published author and lecturer on the Patriot Act. He is a former Chief of Police of Cherryvale, Kansas, and member of the Montgomery County Drug Task Force. Paul received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Criminal Justice at Wichita State University, and is currently completing his PhD. in Sociology at Kansas State University. Paul is the author of the books “Living Under The Patriot Act: Educating A Society” and “Feeding Lions: Sharing the Conservative Philosophy,” (both available for purchase at Paul’s own book store or at Amazon.com, as well as other major book outlets) and is the host of the award winning radio show the “Conscience of Kansas” on The Wildcat 91.9 FM. Paul is a regular writer for the Conservative Crusader as well as over 30 other online websites. Read More
On August 5th, Talk Radio Portal’s MoJoe interviewed me about my USAF career and my debut novel, Child Finder. Since he has a USAF affiliation (I promised to keep his secrets safe), he brought that perspective to the interview.
Then, on August 7th, Lt Raymond Foster, LAPD (retired) had me on his American Heroes Radio program. With his experience in law enforcement we had a lot to talk about in terms of the crime angle in my story. Read More