Paul E. Hendricks & Dean Lofton

Please join us for another edition of Writing on the Air, as we speak with our guest Paul E. Hendricks about his book Wake Up.

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Paul E. Hendricks relocated to Austin, TX during the summer of 2013. After spending eight years on the island of Oahu in Hawaii, Paul, along with his wife, Diane, and their two pit bulls, Titan and Malia, flew to California to begin a cross-country adventure choosing Washington, DC as their final destination. After visiting Austin, they made a change of plans and decided to hang their cowboy hats there.

Known as “America’s Best Looking Author” (at least that’s what his mom calls him), Paul is the co-author of the bestselling book How Did You Do That! (Yinspire Media, 2009, non-fiction) and Wake Up! The Enlightenment of an American Misfit and Outlaw (Uncovery Press, 2010, fiction). He is also the founder and CEO of Uncovery Press.

Besides writing, Paul also facilitates transformational workshops across the country for The New Game, based out of St. Louis, MO.

His next novel, tentatively titled, Anti-Social, is due to be released in 2016 by Uncovery Press.

You can learn more about Paul E. Hendricks, by clicking on his Facebook Page.


Dean Lofton has been a freelance writer most of her career. She has worked in media and entertainment, written for daily papers, alternative weeklies, magazines and websites where she has covered city government, natural health and healing, alternative health care, spirituality and feminist issues. Her credits include: commentary in Austin Monthly and Austin American-Statesman; columns in the original skirt! Magazine; the (Charleston) Post and Courier and the (Columbia, SC alt weekly) The Free Times; and articles and reporting for the Free Times, Columbia Business Journal, Charleston Regional Business Journal, Point and more.

Since 1997 Lofton has designed and taught non-academic, community writing workshops such as Write Your Life as a Woman, Collecting Your Memories and the Closet Fiction Writer’s Workshop. She also offers one-to-one coaching sessions for writing projects.

You can learn more about Dean Lofton by reading her website: