Meg Delagrange shares her definition of wild as simply as wearing pants. She grew up Amish in the state of New York. After being excommunicated, she joined her new husband at a military base in Japan where he promptly had an affair. She started over in Denver, Colorado as a single mother and became creative... Continue Reading →
Winners and A Sneak Preview – From Amish to Artist, Meg Delagrange!
Pete Klismet, one of the first FBI profilers in the country, generously offered to give away three copies of his international best selling book, FBI Diary: Profiles of Evil. Here's a description of his book: Pete was one of the original FBI agents selected to what was then, and is now, the most select group of... Continue Reading →
Corruption, Technical Difficulties, and a Do-Over
Hello Wild Riders! Everyone goes through a learning curve when trying something new, but I seem to always hit the bottom of the slide, HARD. It's why when I first started podcasting, I dreaded uploading the sound file after editing. It didn't help that I had heard a horror story at a writers conference. The... Continue Reading →
Meet FBI Profiler, Pete Klismet and Win a Book!
After graduating top in his class from the police academy, the FBI handpicked Peter Klismet to be one of the FIRST psychological profilers in the country. He received a bachelors and then a masters degree in criminal justice and then received second masters degree in public administration. He's been interviewed by the top news agencies... Continue Reading →
Want to Know about Profiling?
I met retired FBI profiler, Pete Klismet at the Pikes Peak Writers Conference. What is psychological profiling exactly? How did he become a profiler? What was his toughest case? Pete has all the answers. Tune to my fifth interview on The Wild Side podcast on Thursday, September 19th to find out Pete's definition of wild and... Continue Reading →
The Next Podcast Episode Will Empower You!
The Wild Side Podcast is off to a great start, thanks to you! I hope you've been inspired by my London Bloggers Bash friends and have been blown away by Jim Cram, interviewed at 101-years-old. I've taken many of his longevity tips to heart and have rethought my own bucket list. If you haven't listened,... Continue Reading →