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Welcome back to Words from the River, coming to you from the banks of the Singing River in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. I’m Laurie Nave, and I’m excited about our fist author interview today. His name is Lee Hutch, and he released a work of historical fiction in March of 2019.
Lee is a retired firefighter turned history professor and author. Spent 15 years as a firefighter/arson investigator. He has a BA and an MA in history, as well as an MS in criminal justice. Since 2004, he’s been teaching college history. He and his wife, Anastasia, live in the Galveston area with their five cats, who I am sure rule the house with a firm hand (smile). Lee’s debut novel, So Others May Live, was released in March 2019. If you are a fan of historical fiction, particularly World War Two, you will absolutely enjoy it. It follows the exploits of a firefighter in Berlin during the war. Lee is also a winner of American Book Fest’s American Fiction Award. When he’s not writing Lee loves watching 1940s movies, which makes perfect sense for a history buff, and listening to the Red Sox. I hope he’ll forgive me for being a Braves fan (smile)
Thank you to all of you for joining us on the Words from the River podcast. Remember, you can listen to our podcast any time on Anchor, Spotify, Radio Public, Google Podcasts, POcketCasts, and Breaker. To access the podcast from my website, go to www.wordsfromtheriver.com.
Next week I’ll be talking with Toni Crowe, a former award-winning corporate vice president and Amazon best-selling author. You’ll definitely want to hear her story. Thanks again, and have a great weekend!