Meet the “last living” World War Two veteran, in the fictional “The Last of the Greatest Generation”

J. Robert Gould, the author of the new top selling mystery, The Last of the Greatest Generation joins Enterprise Radio. The main character is the last living World War Two veteran, who is keeping a secret that may divide two nations.

This episode of Enterprise Radio is on association with the Author Channel.

Listen to host Eric Dye & guest J. Robert Gould discuss the following:

  1. How did you come up with this plot?
  2. This is your first published book. How long did it take you to write it?
  3. How did you get it published and how did you get the book in over 40,000 bookstores?
  4. I see there are many great reviews about the book. Why do you think the book resonates with so many people?
  5. You’re a history buff. If you do a sequel, do you think you may still be writing about our new favorite book couple, Cindy and Austin,  from The Last of the Greatest Generation, and if so, do you imagine it will solve a mystery from history or something totally new?
  6. What tips can you give writers about how to get their book published, and  out to stores, and not just on Amazon?

J Robert Gould has had a lifelong fascination with WWII and the Greatest Generation. His close relationship with his father-in-law “Papa John,” who was on the USS Ticonderoga during WWII, inspired him to write his first novel, “The Last of the Greatest Generation.The book is by publisher, and as of April, the books was number 23 in fiction books in the US.


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