On today's "Dr. Paul's Family Talk" radio show at 11:00 am ET, we will talk to Frank Zafiro, a highly successful crime fiction author from Oregon. We will discuss his "River City Series", his "Wrong Place - Write Crime" weekly podcast, his work with other writers, and his continued writing plans.
From his BIO:
"Frank primarily writes crime fiction, including the River City series. His fiction leans towards the grittier, darker end of the spectrum, exploring realities that cops (and criminals) face.His storytelling creed is that the good guys usually win… but not always, and never without a cost. (Hey, a man’s gotta have a code).
Frank served in the U.S. Army from 1986-91 in Military Intelligence as a Czechoslovak linguist. In 1993, he became a police officer in Spokane, Washington. During his career, he worked as a patrol officer, corporal, and detective before entered into leadership roles, becoming a sergeant in 2002. He was fortunate enough to command patrol officers, investigators, K-9 officers (and their dogs!), and the SWAT team.
Frank retired from law enforcement in 2013 as a captain in order to write full time and to teach. From 2013-17, he taught law enforcement subject matter at the community college and university, and leadership as a national instructor for a prominent police institution. He also occasionally teaches a series of writing workshops. Frank earned a BA in History from Eastern Washington University in 1998, and an MS in Administration of Justice from the University of Louisville in 2012."
We will also cover:
- A LIVE "Name That Tune" contest - all songs by Olivia Newton-John
- Presidential Pardons
- Peaceful Transition of Power?
- And MORE!
Tune in for today's LIVE show at 11:00 ET! To listen, go to:
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Repeated at 2 pm, 5 pm, 8 pm, and 11 pm ET
Fresh from the success of his book, "A Principal's Family Principles" (available for purchase at www.amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, and www.outskirtspress.com), "Dr. Paul's Family Talk" focuses on the family, kids, parenting, schools, jokes, music, sports, issues of the day, and all issues that impact the family.