- Mar. 27, 2014 - SANTA CLARITA, Calif. --
Rich Samuels, Santa Clarita author of "My Life at the Bottom of the Food Chain" is set to be interviewed this Thursday night, March 27th, on the 8pm edition of Tinseltown Talkies
, a popular podcast / webcast. Samuels will be interviewed at approximately 8:30 pm, a half-hour into the live program, discussing his book and how he was inspired by the creative spirit of YouTube content creators to finally pursue his earlist creative ambitions.
"My Life at the Bottom of the Food Chain" is a darkly funny middle grade novel about Alexander, a thirteen-year-
old so frightened of the possibility
of bullying that he nearly becomes a bully himself. Kirkus Reviews called it “a valuable addition to topical literature about bullying,” adding that the book “will ring true for many middle schoolers.”
Thursday's episode of Tinseltown Talkies
will be presented live at http://www.irantradio.com/tinseltown-talkies#!tinseltown-...
, and will be available after the broadcast at the same link.
"My Life at the Bottom of the Food Chain," the first in a series, is available in Santa Clarita libraries, and for purchase from most online retailers in paperback and all popular ebook formats.
For information on the book and author, visit http://richsamuelsauthor.com .