Seeking Authors to Interview on Radio Show

I'll have a segment on my upcoming shows where I interview a Goodreads Author. I'm hoping family can suggest some Authors and books that are on Goodreads. The Goodreads group will select the weekly Author to be interviewed. 

I'm looking for an inspiring Author that inspires people to be more loving and compassionate and social and environmental books where I can interview he Author.

The first show is June 2, 2015 and weekly after that on the Voice America Network which boasts 3.5 million listeners a month. 

Feel free to post suggestions here or on my Goodreads Proile but I hope you also join the Goodreads group and help me show the network and the world there IS a place for positive, uplifting talk on the networks.  

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Comment by wee venus on April 6, 2015 at 9:12am

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