Best or Worst Pod Episode #60 Getting to Know Alison Leslie Gold and Darrin Elliot

This week Hosts Koji Steven Sakai and M. Martin Mapoma brought on authors Alison Leslie Gold and Darin Elliot. In this first episode of the week, we got to know both of them and talked about how they got started in writing, the project they worked on together, and of course Koji had to ask them his annoying philosophical question.

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Our guest Alison Leslie gold is an author of many fiction and non-fiction books, most notably, Anne Frank Remembered: The Story of the Woman Who Helped to Hide the Frank Family. She currently resides in NYC. To see what she’s done or to see what she’s working on, please visit her website at []. Our other guest Darin Elliot is a writer and constant wanderer. He has the middle school book series Elephant in the Room. Follow his Amazon writer’s page at []

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