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Red River Radio Presents Dellani’s Tea Time with Jim, John and Marta

Red River Radio Presents Dellani’s Tea Time with Jim, John and Marta

TODAY from 4-6 PM EST Join us for Dellani’s Tea Time with Jim, John & Marta

Jim Mosquera

Jim Mosquera is the author of The Chandler Scott thrillers (2020, Rebellium, and Division) are so realistic, they will make you wonder if such outcomes are possible. In today’s socially divided world, they offer a chilling look at the future. It’s not a dystopian future, but it will be uncomfortable for many. The novels feature a compelling story of a young journalist’s experience with politics, financial crisis, and cyber terror and the mentors who guide him through it. Throughout his journey, he wrestles with balancing time with the love of his life and his dedication to his profession, which increasingly impacts the country’s future.

John Clark

John Clark is a native Houstonian, now living in small-town central Texas with three females: a highly neurotic and mostly blind mini-dachshund, a rescued calico cat with an eating disorder, and his lovely wife, who keeps everything together.

He have a journalism degree from the University of Houston, and was a newspaper reporter and photographer for 20 years or so. He’s won some awards for news reporting, and also for column writing. Along with writing books and different things, He also contributes feature stories in various publications from time to time.

He also offers proofreading, editing and ghostwriting services for fellow writers. John is the author of Finding God, Depression Blues, 30-day Optimism Solution, and more. John is also a new guest.

marta moran bishop

Marta Moran Bishop is the product of three generations of women writers. Their legacy to her was an inquisitive mind and a joy of writing and reading. She reads to children and adults alike taking her books from children’s classes to senior centers. Her first book, Wee Three: A Mothers Love In Verse, a children’s poetry book, illustrated by Hazel Mitchell, was a collaborative effort and a labor of love. She took the short, sweet verses her grandmother wrote in the nineteen thirty’s for her children and expanded those and added additional verses of her own.