What is the thread that connects the intersection between good and evil, right and wrong and those in that orbit?
Today Larry speaks with New York Times bestselling author Reed Farrel Coleman. Reed has been described as a hard boiled poet and noir poet laureate. Reed chats with Larry about how he develops characters and their voices, organized crime, and being insightful about life. Reed has written Robert Parker’s Bitter Sweet Pill. Robert Parker’s Colorblind, Robert Parker’s Hangman’s Sonnet, Robert Parker’s Debt to Pay, What You Break, Where it Hurts, Walking the Perfect Square, and They Don’t Play Stickball in Milwaukee, just to name a few. You can find out more about Reed Coleman by visiting his website at reedcoleman.com.
Also in studio, independent film actor and executive producer Francis Leik. Larry delves into the mind of an actor, the process and what its like being in the independent film industry. Francis has been in Chasing the Green, Broken Hearted, Interview with the Hitman, and many other works. You can find out more about Francis Leik by visiting his Internet Movie Database site.