Ruth Carlson has been making the rounds on San Francisco radio, television, podcasts and print with her new book Secret San Francisco: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure. Not your traditional guidebook, Ruth unlocks the secrets and little-known stories behind the city’s most enduring icons. Ruth has been a resident of San Francisco 43 years and worked in newsrooms at KRON-TV and KCBS before becoming an international travel writer and author.
Tom Wilmer is the voice for an award winning children’s book about endangered elephants in India: It is in English but primary demographic are children in India.
Diane Covington-Carter has a new first edition of her story of finding her father’s WWII orphan, Gilbert. She re-purposed the book in time for the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
Marybeth Bond was interviewed and quoted several times in a recent L.A. Times article on travel safety.