Our first guest today is Author Donald Greco. Don has completed four of the five stories in his masterful series called The Youngstown Quintet. His latest book The Malandrine he will be discussing today.
The last, yet untitled, novel of the Quintet will be published within two years. Greco’s stories are not the kinds of novels that are currently in vogue. There are no spies, vampires, zombies, space aliens, super beings, or bodice rippers. Instead, the Quintet consists of unrelated stories that are about ordinary people who lead extraordinary lives. His readers are drawn into the stories by his wonderful characters and find themselves transported into the world in which the stories exist, all of them in Youngstown, Ohio, in various times of the 20th century. And yet the pages seem to turn quickly as the characters lead each other through the novels. His natural writing style is strong yet unadorned and an easy read. And his characters come to life in the readers’ imaginations, sometimes seeming to jump off the pages as each story unwinds. And finally, there are realistic and enchanting love stories that form the backbone of each of the novels in the Quintet. All four current novels of the Youngstown Quintet are available, both in book form and as Kindle editions, from Amazon. Search them on Amazon by “Donald Greco” or “The Youngstown Quintet.”
Our last guest is Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, Director, Women’s Cardiovascular Prevention, Health and Wellness, Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York, is on hand to tell us more about the benefits of omega-3s and what we can do to ensure we obtain enough for optimal health.
Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum has devoted her career to the treatment of heart disease through early detection, education and prevention. She is an attending cardiologist and the Director of Women’s Heart Health of Northwell Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City and has been awarded a New York Times Super Doctor, a Castle and Connolly Top Doctor for Cardiovascular Disease and New York Magazine’s prestigious Best Doctors in the New York edition. A Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association, she also serves as a national spokesperson for the Go Red for Women campaign and is on the New York City Board of the American Heart Association.