Monday, March 11, 2013
BTR's World of Ink Network Featured Show: Stories for Children with guest author Scott R. Caseley
Join Host Virginia S Grenier on the Stories for Children show March 11, 2013 at 2pm EST as she chats with author Scott R. Caseley. While Isosceles is his first novel, he wrote and directed a dramatic feature, co-wrote and directed a documentary and wrote for an online magazine. He’s also a trained voice, stage, and screen actor. In addition to his creative pursuits, he is passionate about healthy living. He follows a mostly self-directed fitness quest consisting of weight training, walking, swimming, yoga, and hula hooping. When not working out, he also enjoys cooking healthy gourmet meals as well as playing board games with family and friends with plenty of coffee brewing to keep the fun going until the wee hours of the morning.
Listen to the show at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/worldofinknetwork/2013/03/11/stories-for-children-show-with-author-scott-r-caseley
Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing
eBook ISBN: 978-1-77127-239-1
Genre of Book(s): Young Adult- Coming Of Age, Mystery/Romance
About the book: When he finds his best friend Trey Goodsby dead and almost completely submerged in a bathtub filled with bloody water, Sean McIntyre is determined to find out if it was an accident or suicide. Did his death accidental or intentional have anything to do with Madeline Edwards, the woman who came between them constantly through their thirteen-year friendship? The tale begins with the death of Trey Goodsby, and explores his relationships with family, friends, his romances, and which of the circumstances he found himself in that led to the tragic event, and the repercussions for those he left behind.
You can catch the Stories for Children show on Mondays here on BTR's Featured World of Ink Network.
To learn more about our guest Scott Caseley visit http://www.worldofinknetwork.com/authors-on-tour.html
*Stories for Children Publishing, LLC. (SFC) and its divisions do not receive any compensation for product reviews beyond a sample and/or limited access to a paid website. SFC donates all books sent for review to a charitable organization. SFC may do a contest or giveaway of samples we receive.