Crimson Cloak Radio

 Find Crimson Cloak Radio here weekly on Tuesdays.  Latest time will currently be no later than 1:30pm Central Standard Time, but the show will be LIVE whenever the guest can be here.

You can also listen in on your phone or tablet by downloading the Spreaker app and doing a search for Crimson Cloak.  You can FAVORITE it (with the star) and then it will always notify you on your phone when we are having a LIVE show.  It will even let you download or listen to them later.  Great app!

Some guests booked through the courtesy of

Ask Coach Judy segment with Judy Romanoff will air every week at 1:30pm EASTERN time, followed by In The Spotlight with Cynthia MacGregor at 2:00pm EASTERN time.

Register below for your own spot on our show!  Please remember, we only do TUESDAYS before 1:30 pm CENTRAL STANDARD TIME (USA). Via Skype. So be sure to add  The picture is the red cape from our logo.   Include your e-mail so Carly can get back with you.

Your Name:

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The time you'd LIKE to have (note, we only do Tuesdays 11:00am - 1:30pm Central time, for usually an hour.  If you want longer than an hour, schedule Noon or earlier.)

March 6 - Crimson Cloak's own Nkosi Bandele




Heather Cawte is the secretary of the project, and, alongside her stitching, deals with anything to do with words. She is a member of the City of York branch of the Embroiderers' Guild, and is currently studying for the Level 2 City & Guilds Certificate in Design and Stitched Textiles. She is a theatre reviewer for YorkMix magazine, and the author of two published volumes of poetry. She lives in York with her son and their cat.

Donations of 12 GBP will get you a 6inch or 12 inchx3.5inch square with your name/company name.

I am sure they will take donations of any amount if you just want to donate to the project itself.  Be sure to ask Heather at the e-mail below though to be sure.

P J Roscoe is the author of two novels, and several historical articles published in 'Country Quest', a Wales & Border magazine. A Chakradance and drumming facilitator and a qualified counsellor and therapist, she is also a clairvoyant, and it is these experiences that have helped to shape her stories. ... See More
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Lynn Costelloe is a retired teacher and lives in Sheffield, where she divides her time between caring for her two grandchildren and writing and illustrating books for children, which include several by Rosita Bird.

Rosita is married with two children.  She has worked as a legal secretary, a childminder, nursery assistant, and as an accommodation provider for fostered teenagers. She attributes former health problems to not eating properly as a child, thus many of her books are aimed at encouraging healthy eating and have received positive feedback from Jamie Oliver's team.  In addition several of them raise money for various charities.

Interview with Rosita Bird Art/

One fateful night, beneath the crimson moon and the howling of wolves, a being too gentle for this hardened earth came into existence. Her Guardians named her Loraine, and though she was small, but only a baby, they knew she would accomplish great things. Okay so life isn't really a fairy tale, but with hard work and strong support, she'd come pretty darn close to one. With two adorable and sweet little kiddies, Loraine couldn't ask for more. Through out her school years, she'd had her poems published locally, and after graduating high school she decided to take a gap year and live in Ireland and oh, it was fun. It was where she wrote her first novel at the age of 19, and decided to self publish it in 2010 when she arrived back in her home country, which she did while working and studying Graphic & Advertising design for a year. After the arrival of her two adorable kiddies, life has been crazy and noisy ever since, but still great none the less. Currently, she is a freelance Graphic Designer for Burning Willow Press and Crimson Cloak Publishing, residing in Gauteng, South Africa. Designing remains her hobby, and throughout the years it has secretly become her passion. She's had various short stories published in anthologies and will hopefully soon be successful with publishing her latest novella.

Trends in Publishing with John Guzzardo


Ali Lawati is a Pakistani-Canadian writer living in Dubai. Ali writes as A. Lawati. He works as a transport consultant by day and is an author by night. Ali is a natural storyteller and has been creating stories since the age of ten, incorporating in them the hybrid life he's led. His literary work has appeared in magazines, blogs and newspapers. He has also developed a financial literacy story for The Pace Credit Union Bank, Toronto. Before moving to Dubai, he worked for the Toronto Transit Commission as a train operator, which inspired the upcoming children's series on public transportation and safety. He has studied history and music at California State University, Fullerton and Transportation Management at Humber College, Toronto and all of this and more informs his writing. He has written three children's books so far. His first was about a monkey, inspired by his own pet Macaca he had as a kid. The Greatest Race is his first children's novel to be published. He is presently writing a middle grade novel. When not writing, Ali teaches creative business communication.

Cynthia MacGregor lives in Palm Springs, Florida.  She is a writer, editor, TV host and speaker and has written over 100 books:  General nonfiction, Parenting books, Cookbooks / books about cooking, Kids' books, and Fiction.

Author John Guzzardo on Writing, use of different writing programs (think Open Office, etc).

Jeanette Purkis is an author, public speaker and autism advocate who has a diagnosis of Asperger syndrome and atypical schizophrenia. She is the author of three books on elements of autism and hosts an internet radio show. Jeanette is a prolific public speaker and has presented at a variety of events since 2005, including for TEDx Canberra in 2013. Jeanette facilitates a support group for women on the autism spectrum in Canberra. and was named the ACT Volunteer of the Year in 2016. some of them are books Jeanette has contributed to rather than being the only or co-author. Jeanette's are the Finding a Different kind of Normal, an autobiography, The Wonderful World of Work and The Guide to Good Mental Health on the Autism Spectrum.