This Book is Intense and Powerful

 

Betsy Wurzel’s guest is  Ned Bachus an Author, Writer, Musician, Songwriter, Speaker, Community College  Educator, Advocate, and the Author of ” MORTAL THINGS”, A NOVEL.

In this interview, Ned discusses with Betsy the characters in this book and why the story is based in Philadelphia. Ned also discusses the characters in the book and how they met and connected to each other.  This book is intense and powerful. They discussed grieving, loss and what unjustified guilt can do to a person!
Listen to this audio interview with Betsy Wurzel and Ned Bachus on a portrait of human friendship and all its longing and connection and loss.
Ned Bachus wrote a collection of short stories, “City of Brotherly Love” which was awarded the 2013 Independent  Publisher Award Gold Medal for Literary Fiction, and is the Author of “Open Admissions: What Teaching at a Community College Taught Me About Learning”. Ned won multiple teaching awards during his nearly four-decade teaching career at Community College of Philadelphia.
Contact Information:
Ned Bachus Website: https://nedbachus.com/
Purchase the book on Amazon: Purchase Here

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