You might think you know what this interview covers. You don't. Trust me.Who would think to combine the dasterdly deeds and reigns of death from past centuries with entertaining acumen? Timothy Starnes, that's who. In his book, Agony: Suffering Yesterday, Entertaining Today, he and four other time-traveling companions (plus "No. 44"--a traveler whose name you'll discover in the book) explore historical events--in all its gore and horror--along with dinner, starting in the 15th century.Their first dining experience is in the court of Henry IV and their last of that century is with a family sick with the plague. (Yum.) Zip through a few centuries and you'll find yourself on the Hindenburg, Titanic, and The Orient Express dining with tragedy. But it gets better! Actually, it doesn't, and that's the point. Tim's book is meant to shock and awe, while providing actual time-period recipes and real, homespun entertaining advice.It's the perfect mix for a man whose spent his life in the hospitality and entertainment business as the owner of "Ethereal Crack," the largest ghost tour in the U.S., operating out of North and South Carolina.In this interview you'll learn:What gave Tim the idea for this bookHow he researched the recipes and pulled the stories for the book togetherHow he hopes people will use his bookWho the publisher is and when the book will be releasedYes, you'll have to wait for this beauty to be published. But there's no time like the present to plan your dinner party of the past!