Best or Worst Podcast Episode #56 Getting to Know Best-Selling Author Margaret Dilloway

This week Hosts Koji Steven Sakai and M. Martin Mapoma brought on best-selling author Margaret Dilloway. In this first episode of the week, we got to know Margaret and talked about how she got started in writing, a book about Bluetooths that she can paid to write, and about being hapa.

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Guest 

Our guest Margaret Dilloway is an author who currently resides in San Diego. To see what she’s done or to see what she’s working on, please visit her website at [https://margaretdilloway.com/]

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Our society is so focused on celebrity, we sometimes forget that “regular” people lead interesting lives too! Best or worst moment of your life? Hosts Koji Steven Sakai and M. Martin Mapoma are here to let your story out. We put people on the spot. What are you going to hear? It could be funny, it could be poignant, it could be sad… you’ll know when we know.

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