“The Living Room with Gerry Bonds:” Books in the spotlight for December program
Books are the featured topic of the December edition of the radio program “The Living Room with Gerry Bonds.”
First segment guests of the program are Oklahoma authors Carolyn Hart and Jay Wilkinson.
Mystery writer Hart will be sharing information on her latest book set in Oklahoma, “What the Cat Saw.” Hart’s 50th novel will be published this spring.
Wilkinson, son of legendary OU football coach Bud Wilkinson, discusses his book “Dear Jay, Love Dad,” which is a collection of letters his father wrote to him during a six-year period in the ’60s, according to a news release.
The authors also talk about the process of producing a book, challenges facing writers today and what they foresee in the upcoming future for the publishing world.
Second segment guests are Steve Lackmeyer, author and veteran reporter for The Oklahoman, and Jim Tolbert, civic leader, Full Circle Bookstore owner and Full Circle Press founder.
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