Still in America, and still expected to keep his new charge safe from bad influences, Bertie finds the young gentleman has taken a part in a new musical comedy stage production. That should keep him out of the mix for a while, what. But then Bertie gets another note from Aunt Agatha that puts a wrench to it. Absolutely!
While visiting America for an extended stay, Bertie gets word from his Aunt Agatha that she expects him to host a visiting young gentleman that Bertie has never before so much as met. Rather bally, what!
Bertie has his Aunt Agatha mandated lunch with Sir Roderick. But thanks to Claude and Eustace the whole thing goes a bit Rummy, what.
Bertie's engagement to Honoria may have hit a snag, if Bertie could only be so lucky, what!
Bertie puts forward his plan to unite Bingo and Honoria with the usual Wooster success. That is to say, not so much.
When Bingo Little meets Honoria Glossop, he turns to his friend Bertie to help make the love connection a reality. Too bad Jeeves was recently overheard insulting Bertie's brain power and can't be asked to intervene. The blighter!
Bertie finds himself the guardian of an expensive set of pearls, and oddly enough, Aunt Agatha has just lost a set jut like them. Bally mess, what!
Bertie is hailed by his Aunt Agatha to a hotel in France where he learns she has found for him the perfect wife. Rather.
Bertie has agreed to help his pal Bingo find matrimonial bliss by getting Little the Elder to agree to the union. What ho!
In my best affected posh British accent, I bring you the legendary Jeeves and Wooster.
Longtime Harlequin and indie romance novelist turned mystery writer, Nancy Warren joins me to discuss vampires, the the relative value of wooden needles over silver ones in this final interview episode of our hiatus.
Shane Carrow lives in Melbourne, but don't bother looking for him in any Aussie phone books. Shane Carrow is an alias, a nom de plume, a pen-name. But whoever Shane Carrow is in real life, he's a great story teller, even if his speech is peppered with the occasional f-bomb.
From Doc Smith to Doc Savage and now Doc Vandal, there's a doctor in the house, and he's bringing the heat. Dave Robinson is reinventing the pulps for the 21st century and beyond.
A resident of Germany, I interviewed speculative fiction and mystery author, Cora Buhlert on Krampus Nacht. In the midst of our interview, Cora received a visitor. I hope everything's alright.
Mikey Chlanda writes crime fiction. No, scratch that, he writes fireman fiction. Well, no, he writes fire fighter history. Actually, he writes it all, and luckily for us, he enjoys telling people about it.
In over fifty interviews, I had yet to interview an LGBTQ genre author or a romance novelist. So it's about time I killed those two birds. Meet Amy Tasukada, who also writes stories about the Japanese mafia; so, she fits right in here.
This is the second time Mark and I have gotten together to discuss his writing, and he had so much to add. It's amazing how much changes in the back catalog of a prolific writer like Mark in just a year's time.
As we reach our half century mark of fifty interviews, we chat for the third time in three consecutive Octobers with fantasy author, Joseph Malik. You'd think we'd be running out of things to talk about by now, but no.
In this, our most musical episode ever, I talk with author, professor, speaker, lyricist, and guy with his own Wikipedia page, Paul Levinson about his long history as a science fiction fan and author.
Why does nobody write about the WWII Pacific theater from the POV of Asian characters? Actually somebody does, and you're going to love her.
New author and daughter of of a well-known sci-fi author, Tina Hogan Grant stops by to talk lobster fishing, drug addiction, and taking the leap into stories fictionally based on her own lifetime of experiences.
How many novels in how many series in how many genres could one woman write? When that writer is Alice Sabo, the sky is the limit.
Elvis English is a fake name for a real life investigator who has written a fictional book about several actual murders that took place in the native community of Anchorage, Alaska in the 90's.
This week, we're chatting with a haunt actor, an author and a cos-player, and it's all the same person. Find out how nursery rhymes and a mass ritualized suicide inspired Jackie Sonnenberg to create her new series.
As we begin our next series of author interviews, our first guest is speculative fiction author, Justin Bohardt. Justin is releasing the first book in a new series on the day this interview goes live, so no matter when you are listening, this interview and that series will always be the same age.