on the Wine Women and Writing radio show hosted by Pamela Fagan Hutchins


The Wine Women and Writing radio show (sometimes called Mescal Men and Mystery, when necessary) is where Texas author Pamela Fagan Hutchins talks with other writers about stories with complex, authentic females at their cores as well as the issues women face in real life and how these translate into great reads. She does it with humor, irreverence, the occasional dive into oversharing, andgaspprofanity and vast quantities of wine, coffee, or whatever gets us through another day. 




Pamela Fagan Hutchins interviews Mac Little about Progenie on Wine Women & Writing


Zenobia Grant–Doctor, daughter, lover, warrior. And not quite human. Zen has been trained from birth to defend herself against a terrible threat. And to be careful to not injure the fragile humans that surround her. She uses her skills to heal, not harm, and to keep the questions that haunt her at bay. Zen doesn’t know what she really is or what happened to her mother. But the answers will put her in the crosshairs of some of the most powerful and malevolent beings in existence. Djinn, dhampyrs, and vampires all stalk Zen for their own reasons. Visions inspired by an ancient book lead her to discoveries. Not only of who and what she is, but it identifies the creatures who attack her and her family. What it doesn’t tell her is how to defeat them before any more loved ones are destroyed. Set against the rich tapestries of the ancient world and present day, Progenie is an epic journey of self-discovery, love, and betrayal.


Mack Little is full of wanderlust. And what better way to find inspiration than visiting as many locations in her series as she can. Born in Conyers, Georgia, Mack lived in Seville, Spain while a student. As a soldier, she was stationed in Wurzburg, Germany. Her studies and career have taken her all over the United States, and she has taken jaunts across the pond. Mack is currently on the board of directors of the Houston Writers Guild. Progenie is her first novel, and she co-authored Disaster Planning: A How-to-Do-It Manual, published by Neal Schuman. She has also authored several articles for professional library journals. Mack holds an undergraduate degree in English literature as well as a master's of information science. She now resides in Houston, Texas with her husband and a playful papillon. You can find more information about Mack Little at: Website, Facebook Author page, and Twitter.


Pamela Fagan Hutchins is a wannabe barrel racer afraid of going fast, a lover of ribeye, a fangirl podcaster of author interviews, and author of the USA Today-bestselling and Silver Falchion Best Mystery-winning What Doesn’t Kill You series, including LIVE WIRE, SAVING GRACE, and many others. 


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