Treg Julander – Episode 3.22

Treg A. Julander has been an attorney for 20 years.  After graduating from George Washington University with highest honors, he began his legal career with a large Washington, D.C. firm.  He went on to become a partner at Rutan & Tucker, LLP, a large Southern California law firm, where he specialized in writing appellate briefs.  Treg left law firm life in 2008 to establish and run the general counsel’s office for Advent Companies, Inc., a general contractor that builds affordable housing. He is now in private practice as Of Counsel at Ostergar Law Group P.C.

In addition to Until Murder Do Us Part, Treg is the author of Corporate America, a short story, which has been published in several journals.  He has also published two professional articles.  Treg podcasts abour rock music at www.RockTaleHour.com and blogs about California law at www.LegalMusing.com.

Orange County appellate lawyer and author, Treg Julander, recently released his debut legal thriller. Until Murder Do Us Part is about an attorney, Michael Kingston, at an elite Washington, D.C. law firm, who wakes up after a terrifying nightmare to find his hands around his wife’s throat, almost killing her. When she winds up dead a few nights later, suffocated in their bed, Mike claims that he killed his wife in his sleep. Until Murder Do Us Part (Parables Publishing 2014) is available in paperback and ebook (www.TregJulander.com).


Andrew Hall Interview – Episode 2.16

Andrew Hall was born in Whittier, California. He grew up in the Church and Served a mission in Kobe, Japan. Andrew attended school at BYU and the University of Pittsburgh where he received his PhD in Japanese History Andrew teaches courses in both Japanese and English.

Andrew and his wife have four children, all adopted, ages 15, 11, 11, and 6. Two boys we adopted as babies in the United States through LDS Family Services. The two girls were adopted in Japan, through the city of Fukuoka.

Andrew see’s Mormon literature is a hobby and is a participant in the Association for Mormon Letters group, where he reviews books, plays, and movies, and taking part in their online discussions. In 2000 Andrew started writing a “Mormon Literature Year in Review” article every year, going over the major literary works released that year, and reviewing the publishing news of the year. In 2012 Andrew received an AML “Special Award for Literary Journalism.”

 


Episode 117 – Interview with Tanya Parker Mills

Tanya Parker Mills is the author of two novels, A NIGHT ON MOON HILL and THE RECKONING. The Reckoning has won multiple awards, including the 2010 Writer’s Digest International Self-Published Book Award for Mainstream/Literary Fiction. She grew up overseas in the violent Middle East, so the stories she writes seek to bridge cultures in some way, whether they be national, religious, political, or even social. She currently resides in Washington State with her husband, son, and two cats, and is working on her third novel.

To buy A Night on Moon Hill by Tanya Parker Mills click here.