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In these pet podcasts, host Tim Link will feature interviews with best-selling pet-related authors, award winning writers and journalists that focus on stories about animals and bloggers with interesting topics to share about pets. Each interview will give you firsthand knowledge about why the authors and writers chose a particular story, what the featured animals meant to them, and what has become of the animals that we talk about. All of the discussions will be compelling and informative. And ...



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New York Times best-selling author Rita Mae Brown joins Tim for this episode. Rita Mae Brown and her feline co-author Sneaky Pie Brown are back at it again with a new mystery adventure, Probable Claws. Rita Mae and Tim the latest novel, the need for everyone to understand the history and ground that they walk on and live on every day. Take a listen to this fun and fascinating chat.
Author and veterinarian Suzy Fincham-Gray, joins Tim for this episode. Suzy tells us about her background and inspiration behind her debut, My Patients and Other Animals. Suzy and Tim discuss the advances in veterinary care and the differences between animal care and treatments in the UK compared to the USA. Listen and learn more about the compassion, healing and joy that animals bring to our lives.
Author of the Roswell High series, Melinda Metz, joins Tim for this episode. Melinda discusses the background and insight for her latest book, Talk To The Paw. Melinda and Tim chat about the real life klepto-kitties that are taking the internet by storm. Take a listen and learn more about an adorable cat burglar that is sure to steal your heart.
Multi-award winning author Candace Fleming and multi-award winning illustrator Eric Rohmann join Tim for this episode to discuss their new young adult novel, Strongheart: Wonder Dog of the Silver Screen. Candace discusses what it takes to investigate the real-life history of a silver screen star (Strongheart the Dog) and turn that into an exciting work of fiction. Eric lends his insight to his techniques and vision of creating beautiful illustrations to match the storyline of the novel. Take a...
Author of 23 books, Boze Hadleigh, joins Tim for this episode. Boze provides his insight and motivation for his latest book, Life’s A Pooch. Boze and Tim discuss all the quotes about dogs, by the people who love them. Discover wonderful quotes about our canine companions from celebrities, world leaders, authors and industry experts. Take a listen to this fun and fascinating chat about our rescued dogs.
#1 New York Times best-selling author James Rollins joins Tim for this episode. James overviews his latest novel, The Demon Crown, the 13th novel in the Sigma Force series. Have a listen to this episode with our friend and outstanding author James Rollins.
New York Times best-selling author Rita Mae Brown joins Tim for this episode. Rita Mae Brown discusses her latest “Sister” Jane Arnold Outfoxed series novel, Crazy Like A Fox. Rita Mae and Tim also discuss the topics of learning from our history, protecting the environment and learning from and honoring animals (wild and domestic). Take a listen to the always fun, fascinating and educational chat with one of the best, Rita Mae Brown.
New York Times best-selling author Greg Kincaid joins Tim for this episode. Tim and Greg discuss Greg’s latest novel, Noelle, a story about the power of family, and the strength and love that comes from pets. Have a listen to this episode with our good friend Greg Kincaid.
New York Times best-selling author Peter Zheutlin joins Tim for this episode. Peter provides the insight and motivation for his latest book, Rescued. Peter and Tim discuss how second-chance dogs teach us about living with purpose, loving with abandon and finding joy in the little things. Take a listen to this fun and fascinating chat about our rescued dogs.
Author and cartoonist Mark Winik joins Tim for this episode. Mark tells us how and why he wrote his novel, The Dog Healers, an adventure story with a spiritual message. Have a listen to this fascinating discussion about the spiritual healing nature of all dogs.
New York Times best-selling author and animal activist Katherine Schwarzenegger joins Tim for this episode. Katherine and Tim discuss her most recent illustrated children’s book, Maverick and Me. Katherine and Tim discuss the importance of teaching children about animals, pet rescue and adoption. Also, Katherine discusses her writing style and how she chooses topics she’s passionate about. Take a listen to this enlightening interview.
Author, theologian and professor Andrew (Andy) Root, Ph. D. joins Tim for this episode to discuss his latest book, The Grace of Dogs. Andy and Tim tackle the questions that we all have, Do dogs go to heaven? Do dogs have a soul?. Andy discusses his own believes and experiences and how all people (scholars or not) have shared a common love and experience with the dogs (and other animals) in their lives.
New York Times best-selling author Rita Mae Brown joins Tim for this episode. Rita Mae Brown and her feline co-author Sneaky Pie Brown discuss their twenty-sixth mystery adventure, A Hiss Before Dying. Rita Mae and Tim also discuss the importance of history and how we all need to research and learn from the past. Most importantly, we should learn from our animals every day. Take a listen to this fun, fascinating and sometimes deep chat.
#1 New York Times best-selling author W. Bruce Cameron joins Tim for this episode. Bruce and Tim the latest novel, A Dog’s Way Home. Also, they discuss the release of the DVD, A Dog’s Purpose – the movie. Have a listen to this interesting and humorous episode with our good friend W. Bruce Cameron.
New York Times best-selling author Susan Wilson, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, Two Good Dogs. Susan and Tim discussed the challenges and ease of writing the sequel to her best-selling book, One Good Dog. Find out more about Susan, her writing style and how she continues to keep her fans wanting more.
#1 New York Times best-selling author W. Bruce Cameron joins Tim for this episode. Bruce and Tim discuss the release of the movie edition of his book A Dog’s Purpose. Bruce and Tim chat about the writing of the screen play, the release of A Dog’s Purpose – The Movie and how it feels to see his highly successful book go to #1 seven years after A Dog’s Purpose was first released. Have a listen to this fun and always humorous episode with my good pal W. Bruce Cameron.
New York Times best-selling author James Rollins joins Tim for this episode. James and Tim discuss his latest book, The Seventh Plague - a Sigma Force Novel. Bruce and Tim discuss writing styles, research for the novel and how he keeps an ongoing series interesting and thrilling. Have a listen to this fun, informative and intriguing episode.
New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of A Dog’s Purpose, W. Bruce Cameron joins Tim for this episode. Bruce and Tim discuss his latest book, Repo Madness. Bruce and Tim discuss writing styles and (of course) A Dog’s Purpose - The Movie. Have a listen to this fun and informative episode. ENJOY!
#1 New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of House of Night, P.C. Cast joins Tim for this episode. P.C. and Tim discuss her new epic fantasy, MOON CHOSEN. P.C. and Tim discuss writing styles and how this novel differs from her past works. Have a listen to this fun and insightful episode
World-renowned trainer and star of Animal Planet’s It’s Me or the Dog , Victoria Stilwell, joins Tim for this episode. Victoria and Tim discuss her latest book, The Secret Language Of Dogs. Tim also asks Victoria to discuss her writing style and all of her numerous activities to support dogs and all animals. Have a listen to this wonderful and fun episode. ENJOY!
New York Times best-selling author, Alex Kava, joins Tim for this episode. Alex is best known for her Maggie O’Dell and Ryder Creed series. Alex and Tim discuss her latest book, Reckless Creed. Tim also asks Alex to discuss her writing style and how she keeps an ongoing series intriguing and thrilling. Have a listen to this wonderfully insightful episode. ENJOY!
New York Times best-selling series author, Jennifer S. Holland, joins Tim for this episode. Jennifer is best known for her Unlikely Friendships, Unlikely Loves and Unlikely Heroes series, where she shares wonderful stories and photos of animal pairings that would appear at first to be unlikely but, show that animals can have a huge heart and relationship for animals outside their own species. Jennifer and Tim discuss her latest book, Unlikely Friendships: Dogs. Tim also asks Jennifer to discuss...
Author and retired librarian, Jan Louch, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, The True Tails of Baker and Taylor. Jan and Tim discussed what inspired her to write the book, how it was to work with a co-author and the story of the library cats. Learn more about this wonderful memoir by listening to this episode.
Writer and Author Bronwen Dickey, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, Pit Bull: The Battle over an American Icon. Bronwen and Tim discussed what inspired her to write the book, research for the topic and the history of the breed. Learn more about in this enlightening and detailed book on one of our favorite canine breeds.
Rita Mae Brown, New York Times best-selling author joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, Tall Tail. Tim asked how this book compares to her previous books in the series, how she keeps track of the stories and characters in the series, and about the premise of her latest book. As always, Rita Mae educated Tim regarding American slave history and a little political history to boot. Always educational and a lot of fun... don’t miss this episode!
Author and retired attorney, Lee Robinson, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, Lawyer for the Cat. Lee and Tim discussed what inspired her to write the book, how it was to write a sequel and her thoughts on animal welfare from a legal standpoint. Learn more about this wonderful novel and how Lee crafts her skills.
Author, writer, speaker and humorist Alison Hodgson joined Tim in this episode to talk about her book, The Pug List. Tim asked about how the book came about and the influence Oliver the Pug has had on her family and helping to heal from a devastating arson house fire. Tim and Alison also chatted about her writing style and regimen. Download and enjoy this wonderful episode!
Professional photographer and author Shaina Fishman joined Tim in this episode to talk about her book, Between Two Dogs. Tim asked about how the book came about and the inspiration to photograph the dogs. The book is chalk full of beautiful photos of puppies and their parents at play. You’re sure to enjoy this episode!
Comedy writer and author, Mike Haskins, joined Tim in this episode to talk about his book, How to Teach Your Dog to Drive - The Essential Guide. Tim asked about how the book came about, how Mike finds his comedic inspiration and what the differences are in writing comedy for TV and radio compared to publishing a book. You’re sure to enjoy this episode!
Animal advocate and author Deirdre "Little Darling" Franklin joined Tim in this episode to talk about her book, little darling’s Pinups for Pitbulls. Tim asked about how the book came about and the message it sends regarding pitbulls and those that truly know and love them. Deirdre and Tim discussed raising animal rights issues and laws and how people can get involved and provide their support. The book is chalk full of beautiful pictures of pinup girls and beautiful pitbulls, all...
Journalist, writer and author Boze Hadleigh joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, Holy Cow!. Tim asked about the writing of the book, research needed and where some of the familiar animal related words and phrases got their origins. Boze explains how is journalism background helps writing his non-fiction books. Download and enjoy this very entertaining and educational episode.
Author Debbie Clarke Moderow joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, Fast into the Night. Tim asked about Debbie’s journey with her dog team on the Iditarod trail. Tim and Debbie discussed what it was like to publish her first book and why she wanted to tell her story.
Journalist, writer and author Tracy Ahrens joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, Sammy Sparrows First Flight. Tim asked about the children’s book. Tracy explains the nuances of journalism writing compared to writing the children, non-fiction and poetry books that Tracy has previously written. Also, how Tracy went about choosing the rescues that benefit from 100% of the price of the book. Make sure to listen to this episode and find out how you can support animal...
Blogger Ryan Beauchesne and his celebrity dog Crusoe joined Tim on this episode. We discussed how Crusoe became an internet sensation, how to write a successful blog and how Ryan secured sponsors to help fund his book tour. If you’re a blogger or a fan of Crusoe, The Celebrity Dachshund, you’ll want to listen to this episode.
Science & health writer and author Arlene Weintraub joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, Heal. Tim asked how cancer in canine’s is helping with cancer research in humans. Find out the similarities of cancer in dogs (and cats) compares to cancer in humans. Also, uncover the writing process of a successful journalist and she applied those skills in writing the book.
James Bowen and his superstar cat Bob joined Tim in this episode to talk about their recently released book, A Gift from Bob. Tim asked how this book compares to his previous books, progress on the upcoming movie, and the story of how James and Bob came to meet and their journey together. Listen to the show and find out how one cat completely changed one man’s life.
Marking my 100th episode on Pet Life Radio, my special guest is #1 New York Times best-selling author Robert Crais. Robert and I talked about his latest novel, The Promise. During the interview, we discussed the premise behind his latest novel, the introduction of a new canine character Maggie, the impact of adding a dog to the mix and how Robert keeps the story and characters fresh after writing 20 novels. You’ll definitely want to listen to this special 100th episode and learn from a master...
Photographer and author, Pete Thorne, joined Tim in this episode to talk about his book Old Faithful - Dogs of a Certain Age. During the interview, Tim asked Pete what motivated him to photograph and write about senior dogs, what he looks for in a photo that truly captures the essence of the dog and what challenges or ease he encountered creating the book. If you have a special place in your heart for dogs in their later years, you’ll definitely want to listen to this episode to find out more!
Attorney and author, Lee Robinson, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, Lawyer for the Dog. Lee and Tim discussed what inspired her to write the book, her involvement in pet custody cases and how she secured a bidding war and two book deal for her novels. Learn more about this wonderful book and Lee’s writing style for her first novel.
Attorney, horse trainer and author, Mitchell Bornstein, joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, Last Chance Mustang. Mitchell and Tim discussed what inspired him to write the book, his work with horses and how he and Samson the horse formed a special bond. If you want a special insight into the world of horses, you won’t want to miss this episode.
Hollywood screenwriter, film director, actress, comedian and best-selling author, Cathryn Michon, joined Tim in this episode to talk about the Netflix launch (August 30th) of her movie Muffin Top – A Love Story. During the interview, Tim asked Cathryn what it was like to write, direct and star in the movie, while not being upstaged by her dog Tucker. Tim also talked with Cathryn about the upcoming DreamWorks movie, A Dog’s Purpose, that her and her husband W. Bruce Cameron wrote based on...
New York Times best-selling author and screenwriter, Bruce Cameron, joined Tim in this episode to talk about his latest novel, The Dog Master. During the interview, Tim asked Bruce about the premise behind his latest novel. Tim also talked with Bruce about his upcoming movie, A Dog’s Purpose. If you enjoyed Bruce’s A Dog’s Purpose, or any of his other great books, you’ll definitely want to listen to this episode to find out more!
Author David Rosenfelt joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, Lessons from Tara. Tim asked about the premise of the book and how he came to write the book. David and Tim also discuss rescue groups and efforts in the northeast, compared to the west coast and southern states. If you enjoyed David’s previous books, you don’t want to miss his interview on Animal Writes.
Spencer Quinn, New York Times Best-selling author, joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, Scents and Sensibility. Spencer and Tim discussed what inspires him to write, how he continues to create great storylines for the Chet and Bernie Mystery series and discussed his overall writing process. If you’ve enjoyed the previous books in the series or new to Spencer’s magnificent writing, you won’t want to miss this episode.
Sports Columnist and author Robert Weintraub, joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, No Better Friend. Robert and Tim discussed how he came to write about a POW dog in WWII, the process of writing the book and the differences and similarities of writing a novel compared to a sports column. Find out more about Robert and his intriguing book, No Better Friend.
Co-founder of Surprise Industries and co-author of the book Surprise, Tania Luna, joined Tim in this episode. Tania and Tim discussed what inspired the book, how we should look for surprise in our lives and the lives of our animals and writing of the book compared to writing for psychology magazines. If you want to learn why surprise is a good thing, you won’t want to miss this episode.
Former Senior Orca Trainer at SeaWorld and author John Hargrove, joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, Beneath The Surface. John and Tim discussed how Orca performance emerged as a lucrative business model, Orcas in captivity compared to the wild and the process of writing the book. Find out more about John and his intriguing and powerful book, Beneath The Surface.
New York Times best-selling author Susan Wilson, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, The Dog Who Saved Me. Susan and Tim discussed the healing power of the humane-canine bond, what inspires her to write her books, and Susan’s writing process and timelines. Find out more about Susan and her wonderful new book The Dog Who Saved Me.
Author, speaker, editor and host of Pet Life Radio’s Oh Behave! Arden Moore, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released books, Fit Cat and Fit Dog. Arden and Tim discussed the tips & tricks we need to give our pets a healthier, happier life, her expertise as a master first-aid instructor, what inspired her to write the books, and Arden’s overall writing style and process. Learn more about Arden Moore and her latest books Fit Cat and Fit Dog.
USA Today Best-selling Author, Meg Donohue, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, Dog Crazy. Meg and Tim discussed the relationships and deep bonds between animals and their human companions, what inspired her to write the book, and Meg’s overall writing style and process. Learn more about Meg Donohue and her wonderful, heartfelt, yet funny new book Dog Crazy.
Russell Friedman, joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, The Grief Recovery Handbook for Pet Loss. Russell and Tim discussed what inspired him to write the book, the Grief Recovery Institute and Method and how people can better understand the grief of losing a pet. Find out more about Russell and all his great work in this episode.
Spencer Quinn, six times New York Times Best-selling author, joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, Paw and Order. Spencer and Tim discussed what inspired him to write the book, how he created the Chet and Bernie mystery series and discussed his overall writing process. If you’ve enjoyed the previous books in the series or new to Spencer’s magnificent writing, you won’t want to miss this episode.
Mark Feldstein, joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, Last Stop Before Rainbow Bridge. Mark and Tim discussed what inspired him to write the book, how he collected and selected the stories and how it got started working with rescues and sanctuaries. Find out more about Mark and all his great work to share the message to support the animals.
Brittni Vega, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, Harlow & Sage (and Indiana). Brittni and Tim discussed what inspired her to create the book, how Instagram and social media led to the wide following of her dogs and how her publishing agent approached her and sold the concept of the book. Find out more about Brittni and her dogs that took the internet by storm.
Senior editor, columnist, commentator and author Rebecca Frankel joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, War Dogs: Tales of Canine Heroism, History, and Love. Tim asked about how she came to write the book, the writing process and what she learned most from the soldiers and military dogs. If you want to learn more about the history and heroism of our military canine troops,you don’t want to miss this interview on Animal Writes.
Television Executive, Creator and Author Lisa Erspamer joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, A Letter to My Cat: Notes to Our Best Friends Tim asked about how she came to write the book, the writing and creating process compared to her work in television, work with animal rescues and Lisa’s love for all things furry. If you love your cat, or any other furry family member,you don’t want to miss this interview on Animal Writes.
W. Bruce Cameron, New York Times best-selling author, joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man. Tim and Bruce discussed what inspired him to write the book and the departure from writing dog themed books like A Dogs Purpose (of course, this book includes a dog as well). If you love W. Bruce Cameron’s other works, you’re sure going to want to know more about his latest novel.
Liz Stavrinides, professional photographer and author, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, Miracle Dogs: Rescue Stories. Tim and Liz discussed what inspired her to write the book, her work with rescue, choosing the photos that she shot for the book and celebrities who are part of the book. Get to know author Liz Stavrinides and her wonderful work with animal rescue organizations.
Animal rescue advocate and author Stephen McGarva joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, The Rescue at Dead Dog Beach. Tim asked about how he came to write the book, the abandoned and forgotten dogs on the beaches of Puerto Rico and his extensive work with animal rescue organizations. You’ll want to learn more about Stephen’s incredible work and find ways that you can help.
Laura Caldwell, multi-book author and Distinguished Scholar, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, The Dog Park. Tim and Laura discussed what inspired her to write the book, how an attorney becomes a well-established writer of numerous genres and the challenges and ease of writing. Get to know author Laura Caldwell and her book, The Dog Park.
Nick Jans, award-winning writer, photographer and multi-book author, joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, A Wolf Called Romeo. Tim and Nick discussed what inspired him to write the book, life lessons learned from Romeo and the impact the wolf continues to have on Juneau, Alaska. Learn more about how Nick carefully crafts each word to tell Romeo’s story.
The star of Nat Geo Wild’s, The Incredible Dr. Pol, Dr. Jan Pol joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, Never Turn Your Back On An Angus Cow. Tim asked about how he came to write the book with author David Fisher, the writing process and what his thoughts were of the final results. Tim also asked Dr. Pol about the upcoming season of his hit television show. If you enjoy The Incredible Dr. Pol show,you don’t want to miss his interview on Animal Writes.
Author David Rosenfelt joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, Dogtripping. Tim asked about the premise of the book and how he came to write the book. Tim also asked David about the differences in writing a non-fiction book comparted to his mystery novels. If you enjoyed David’s previous books, you don’t want to miss his interview on Animal Writes.
Matthew Gilbert, Boston Globe television critic and author, joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, Off The Leash. Tim and Matthew discussed how he came up with the idea for the book, the challenges with being a first time author and the lessons that he has learned from his dog Toby. If you’ve ever visited a dog park, you’ll want to listen to Matthew’s own experiences at his favorite dog park.
Rita Mae Brown, New York Times best-selling multi-book author and Emmy-nominated screen writer, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, Nine Lives To Die. Tim and Rita Mae discussed how she came up with the idea for the latest Sneaky Pie Brown murder mystery. Tim also asked Rita Mae how Sneaky Pie and her keep coming up with great story ideas for the novels and what we can expect from Sneaky Pie in the future. If you’ve enjoyed Rita Mae’s previous murder...
Dr. Nick Trout joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, Dog Gone, Back Soon. Tim asked about the premise of the book and how he came to write the book. Tim also asked Nick about the differences in writing a sequel novel compared to a standalone novel or memoir. If you enjoyed Nick’s previous book Patron Saint of Lost Dogs, you don’t want to miss what lead up to this sequel.
Internationally best-selling author, Allie Larkin, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her latest book, Why Can't I Be You. During the interview, Tim asked Allie about the premise and inspiration behind her latest book. Tim also talked with Allie about the upcoming movie project based on her latest book. If you enjoyed Allie's book Stay, you'll definitely want to listen to this episode to find out more!
Professional writer and multi-book author, Dena Harris, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her latest book, Does This Collar Make My Butt Look Big? - A Diet Book for Cats. During the interview, Tim asked Dena about the premise behind her latest book. Tim also talked with Dena about writing humor in her books and articles. If you enjoyed Dena's other great books, you'll definitely want to listen to this episode to find out more!
New York Times best-selling Author, Susan Wilson, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her latest novel, A Man of His Own. During the interview, Tim asked Susan about the premise behind her latest novel. Tim also talked with Susan regarding the role of military dogs in combat during World War II compared to today’s military dogs. If you enjoyed Susan’s best-selling novels The Dog Who Danced and One Good Dog, you’ll definitely want to listen to this episode to find out more!
Award winning author and screenwriter, Theresa Schwegel, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her latest novel, The Good Boy. During the interview, Tim asked Theresa about the premise behind her latest novel. Tim also talked with Theresa regarding K-9 police dogs and their role in the novel. If you enjoyed Theresa other great novels, you’ll definitely want to listen to this episode to find out more!
New York Times best-selling author and screenwriter, Bruce Cameron, joined Tim in this episode to talk about his latest novel, The Dogs of Christmas. During the interview, Tim asked Bruce about the premise behind his latest novel. Tim also talked with Bruce about his upcoming movie, A Dog’s Purpose and the Kickstarter campaign for the movie he wrote with his wife Cathryn Michon, Muffin Top. If you enjoyed Bruce’s A Dog’s Purpose, or any of his other great books, you’ll definitely want...
Rita Mae Brown, New York Times best-selling multi-book author and Emmy-nominated screen writer, joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, The Litter of the Law. Tim and Rita Mae discussed how she came up with the idea for a murder mystery with a Halloween theme for this novel. Tim also asked Rita Mae how Sneaky Pie and her keep coming up with great story ideas for the novels and what we can expect from Sneaky Pie in the future. If you’ve enjoyed Rita Mae’s...
Sonya Fitzpatrick, author, radio and television host and animal communicator joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, There Are No Sad Dogs in Heaven. Tim asked about the premise of her latest book and how she came to write the book. Tim also asked Sonya about the challenges in writing books and articles compared to hosting radio and television shows. If you’ve enjoyed Sonya’s previous works, you’ll definitely want to listen to this interview to find out more.
Vint Virga, D.V.M. is a leader in veterinary behavioral medicine and consults with zoos and wildlife parks. He has appeared on ABC, Nat Geo, PBS and Wild TV. Dr. Virga joined Tim in this episode to talk about his recently released book, The Soul Of All Living Creatures. Tim asked about the premise of the book and how he came to write the book. Tim also asked Victoria about the differences in writing a book to get his message out compared to appearing on television. If you really want to better...
Sue Halpern, writer and author joined Tim in this episode to talk about her recently released book, A Dog Walks Into A Nursing Home. Tim asked about the premise of her latest book and how she came to write the book. Tim also asked Sue about the differences in writing articles to writing a book. If you’ve enjoyed Sue’s previous works, you’ll definitely want to listen to this interview to find out more.