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AOTW- Gus Pelagatti

Gus Pelagatti
About the Author:
I’m a practicing trial lawyer with over 47 years of experience trying civil and criminal cases, including homicide.


I’m a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, limited to attorneys who have been recognized as achieving a standard of excellence as a trial expert.
I’ve spent years researching the true story of the 1938 insurance scam murders, interviewing judges, lawyers, police and neighbors involved in the trials.


I was born and raised within blocks of the main conspirator’s tailor shop and the homes of many of the wives convicted of murdering their husbands.


You can find Gus at:His Website | Blog | Goodreads | Twitter |



Interview with Gus Pelagatti
Gus Pelagatti is author of The Wicked Wives.

Holly: Hello, Gus! Would you mind telling us a little about yourself?

Gus Pelagatti:I’m a practicing trial lawyer with over 47 years of experience trying civil and criminal cases, including homicide.



I’m a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, limited to att…

AOTW- Crystal Connor

Crystal Connor
About the Author:
So...a little about me.

I grew up telling spooky little campfire style stories at slumber parties. We’d make a tent in the bedroom, and the only source of light would be from a flashlight that was about to die. I’d tell my tale of doom and then while everyone was jumping at the tree branch scraping against the window and I’d be sound asleep!

Living on a steady literary diet of Stephen King, Robin Cook, Dean R. Koontz and healthy doses of cinema masterpieces such as The Birds, Friday the 13th, Hellraiser, The Outer Limits and The Twilight Zone; along with writing short stories specializing in the Science Fiction & Horror genres since before Jr. high School, it surprised no one that I ended up...read more.

Find Crystal at:Her Blog | Facebook | Goodreads
Crystal Connor is author of The Darkness and Artificial Light, the first two novels in her Spectrum Trilogy, Yuletide Tales of Horror and short story The Ruins which was a runner-up selection of Crypticon …

AOTW- W.J. May

W.J. May
About the Author:

Wanita May grew up in the fruit belt of Ontario - St.Catharines. Crazy-happy childhood, she always has had a vivid imagination and loads of energy.


The youngest of six -- four older brothers, and a sister -- taught her at a young age to be competitive in all aspects of life.


At sixteen, she began competing in athletics (track and field) and before she turned seventeen, she was representing Canada in high jump. She continued to compete, breaking Canada's JR High....Read More.

Find W.J. May at:Her Site | Twitter: @wanitajump | Facebook | Book Trailer


Interview with W.J. May

W.J. May is author of Rae of Hope the first novel in her Chronicles of Kerrigan series.
Holly:Hello Wanita! Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
W.J. May:I’m a writer, a wife, a worker, a whiner (not to be confused with wine-o), wacky, wonderful, a Wanita with a W, and a Mommy.
Holly:When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
W.J. May:In kindergarten when I held my first pencil…

AOTW- Michelle Gamble-Risley

Michelle Gamble-Risley


About the Author:


Michelle Gamble-Risley is an award-winning author with over 20 years in the publishing, public relations and marketing business.


She has enjoyed a prosperous career working for a variety of industries as an editor, writer, publisher and marketing expert. Michelle Gamble-Risley founded MGR Consulting in 2006. She is a seasoned veteran of the communication business, with over 20 years experience in public relations, marketing and custom publishing. She began her career in 1988 working respectively for the California departments of Justice and Water Resources. In 1991, she joined California Computer News and eventually took over the role as publisher, working on strategic communication programs to increase the publication’s market presence and overall success. She then joined two new start-up companies called The Center for Digital Government and The Center for Digital Education where she served as executive editor and director of custom publicatio…