Thursday – A little Personal

Lisa Burton

Today I am so pleased that Ned Traines one of the characters in both My GRL and His Revenge is interviewed by Lisa Burton on her radio show.

For those who don’t know, Ned is a police chief and close friend of John Cannon. He has helped John stay alive through many of the adventures in both books.

Take a moment to check out the interview and while there, check out C.S.Boyack’s books. I have read The Playground and can say it is a very entertaining read. Here is the link.

Here is also a link to The Playground and all the books by C.S.Boyack

Thanks to Craig and Lisa.


  1. Reblogged this on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life and commented:
    Ned Traines one of the characters in John Howell’s books My GRL and His Revenge is being interviewed today by Lisa Burton courtesy of C.S.Boyack.. find the link on the post..

    1. Thank you so much for the reblog, Sally. Happy Friday to you.

  2. Great lead in. I’m still stuck using the app to read everything, and there aren’t any sharing buttons. I’ll see if I can weasel in through my own blog and tweet you out.

    1. Don’t kill yourself. That tech stuff is dangerous.

      1. Agreed. Besides, we have fire to worry about today. I’ll post a photo tomorrow so you get a full day.

      2. Yes, fire. Whew!

  3. harmonykentonline · ·

    Going over to check out the interview now! Lisa Burton is always so much fun,and I can’t wait to see how she and Ned get along 🙂

    1. Thanks Harmony. 🙂

  4. Good radio interview, John. I saw where your name was mentioned several times. That’s great. 🙂 — Suzanne

    1. Thank you, Suzanne

    1. Thanks, Jo. 😉

  5. Is that a Frank Cho pic, John?
    Sorry, I’m a meganerd…

    1. It is an artist that Craig Boyack uses. Let me check with him. I’ll get back.

      1. No big deal, John.
        Cho is a comic strip/book artist of some renown. The styles are similar, that’s all.

      2. He’ll let me know. Hey look! Who is crossing the lobby?

      3. The artist is Sean Harrington.

  6. You just might be a marketing genius, John!

    1. Ha ha ha. That is the first time the word genius and John have been visible on the same line. Thank you, Jan

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