Sunday Tea With V at the Hystery Chronicles Podcast
By Verena Rose
Sunday Tea With V at the Hystery Chronicles Podcast Jul 16, 2023
EP17: Sunday Tea with V and Sharon Lynn
This Sunday, V and Sharon chat about Bath, England, tea at Harrods, mapping of the brain, being nineteen, and historical settings.
EP16: Sunday Tea with V and Gabriel Valjan
This Sunday, V chats with Gabriel about his historical series that is set in Boston, the 1970 vs the 1950s, American history through time, characters who reflect the time they're living in, race in fiction and real life, and keeping old movies old.
EP15: Sunday Tea with V and Amanda Flower
V and Amanda chat about owning lots of cats, writing 50 books at a young age, crying in bookstores, black cake, Emily Dickenson's life and recipes, owning goats, and the Wright brothers' sister.
EP14: Sunday Tea with V and Gigi Pandian
V talks with Gigi Pandian about being Taurus, gargoyles, cooking for health, research trips, writing multiple series at once, sci-fi books, Elizabeth Peters, and Edgar Allan Poe.
Episode 13: Sunday Tea with V and Kelly Oliver
This Sunday, V chats with Kelly Oliver, author of the Fiona Figg Mysteries, about Mata Hari, women and their roles throughout history, writing what you don't know about, not liking history but becoming an author of historical novels, becoming a bestselling author from a household of non-readers, and their mutual love of cats.
Episode 12: Sunday Tea with V and Maureen Jennings
This Sunday, V chats with the author of The Murdoch Mysteries, Maureen Jennings, about the new episodes of the hit TV series that is currently filming, reading books above our age as kids, cookbooks and their significance throughout history, writing for the time you are writing in, and a pod-bomb by Maureen's husband, famed photographer Iden Ford.
Episode 11: Sunday Tea with V and Erica Miner
This Sunday, V chats with author and musician Erica Miner about her Julia Kogan Opera Mysteries, what it's like to play in some of the most famous venues in the world, a Steve Jobs opera, falling from great heights, the history of music, and what it's like for women who work in creative industries, particularly the music world.
Episode 10: Sunday Tea with V and June Trop
This Sunday, V chats with author June Trop about ancient history, her collection of Miriam bat Isaac Short Mysteries, the history of tattoos, and how perception has evolved over time.
Episode 9: Sunday Tea with V and Frances McNamara
This Sunday, V chats with author Frances McNamara about historic Boston, Frances Glessner Lee and The Nutshell Studies, molasses as ammunition, forensic genealogy, and how past crimes stay with us to the present.
Episode 8: Sunday Tea with V and Richard Koreto
This Sunday, V chats with author R.J. Koreto about his novel THE GREENLEAF MURDERS, historic homes, old New York, revisiting the past, and famous homes around the world.
Episode 7: Sunday Tea with V and Claudia Riess
This Sunday, V chats with Claudia Riess about her Art History Mystery Series featuring amateur sleuths, Erika Shawn-Wheatley, art magazine editor, and Harrison Wheatley, art history professor.
Episode 6: Sunday Tea with V and Julie Bates
This Sunday, V chats with Julie Bates about her Faith Clarke Mystery Series, set in Virginia during the American Revolution.
Epidode 5: Sunday Tea with V and Nina Wachsman
This Sunday, V chats with Author Nina Wachsman about her books set in seventeenth-century Venice, The Venice Beauties Mysteries. THE COURTESAN'S SECRET and THE GALLERY OF BEAUTIES.
Episode 4: Sunday Tea with V and Jason Monaghan
This Sunday, V chats with author Jason Monaghan, UK-based author and archeologist, about his Agents of Z Series: BLACKSHIRT CONSPIRACY & BLACKSHIRT MASQUERADE.
Episode 3: Sunday Tea with V and Katherine Ramsland
This Sunday, Verena chats with Dr. Katherine Ramsland, criminologist and author of the new novel I SCREAM MAN, about her nonfiction book, THE HUMAN PREDATOR, the history of serial killers, and the continued fascination with True Crime.
About the Author:
Dr. Katherine Ramsland teaches forensic psychology at DeSales University in Pennsylvania, where she is the Assistant Provost. She has appeared as an expert in criminal psychology on more than 200 crime documentaries and magazine shows, is an executive producer of Murder House Flip, and has consulted for CSI, Bones, and The Alienist. The author of more than 1,500 articles and 69 books, including The Forensic Science of CSI, The Forensic Psychology of Criminal Minds, How to Catch a Killer, The Psychology of Death Investigations, and Confession of a Serial Killer: The Untold Story of Dennis Rader, The BTK Killer, she was co-executive producer for the Wolf Entertainment/A&E four-part documentary based on the years she spent talking with Rader. Ramsland consults on death investigations, pens a blog for Psychology Today, and is currently writing a fiction series based on a female forensic psychologist who manages a private investigation agency.
Episode 2: Sunday Tea with V and Mally Becker
This Sunday, Verena chats with author Mally Becker about her mystery series which takes place during the darkest days of the American Revolution.
Episode 1: Sunday Tea With V and Skye Alexander
In the first episode of the Hystery Chronicles, Verena chats with author Skye Alexander about the Lizzie Crane Historical Mystery Series, which takes place in the 1920s.