Podioracket Episode 78 with Dena Higley and Ben Rovik In this show Arlene Radasky the author of The Fox sits down with Dena Higley. We bring you a new contest for female horror writers. Then you will meet 1 of our new interviewers Eugene Fairfield who brings us an interview with Ben Rovik. If you would like to know more about the authors who interview authors jump over to our staff page.

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MomaholicCover_HiRezSMMomaholic: Crazy Confessions of a Helicopter Parent by Dena Higley

Dena Higley is mom of four, author of the no-holds-barred and humorous “Momaholic: Crazy Confessions of a Helicopter Parent,” and recovering “helicopter mom”. An Emmy award-winning writer, she has been the head writer for Days of Our Lives and One Life to Live and is a playwright in Glendale, CA. She blogs
 about mothering, adoption, autism, breakdowns, her grandson and life’s ‘funny’ lessons at http://momskidslove.wordpress.com/. She also now blogs for Huffington Post.
Ebook on Amazon

Twitter: @DenaHigley
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/denahigley?fref=ts
Website: http://momskidslove.wordpress.com/


www2013whoContest: How Will You Survive?

HorrorAddicts.net presents the Wicked Women Writers Challenge 2013. Now taking entrants. Do you want to be Most Wicked 2013? Here is how: Ladies, are you ready for this year’s Wicked Women Writer Challenge? Please email your name, headshot, and short bio (under 50 words) to wwwchallenge2013@gmail.com to tempt the hands of fate.

See the full details at: http://wickedwomenwriters.wordpress.com/


wizard_cover_lgThe Wizard that Wasn’t by Ben Rovik

Ben Rovik’s first novels are The Wizard That Wasn’t and The Mask And The Master, Books One and Two of the Mechanized Wizardry series. Ben is also a published, award-winning playwright (writing as Ben Kingsland), and spent many years as an actor before finally deciding to settle down into a sensible career: steampunk novelist. He’s one of ten people who graduated from Johns Hopkins University with no intention of becoming a doctor. He lives in Maryland with his wife, daughter, cats, and a great deal of wine. Check out his newest releases Aloft: A Petronaut Tale From The Aerial Squad (Petronaut Tales) and Arm’s Length: A Petronaut Tale From The Bulwark Squad (Petronaut Tales) 
Website: benrovik.wordpress.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BenRovikBooks
Twitter: @benrovik
Email: benrovik@gmail.com