- Careers - Barbara Ray, Author - Not Quite Adults This Week in Careers host Lisa Johnson Mandell highlights a sports fans dream job and calls out a certain Dior designer for pulling a Mel Gibson. Joining Lisa in studio is Barbara Ray, author of 'Not Quite Adults' a close study of the motivations and misinformation about 'Generation Y' based on findings of the eight-year MacArthur Research Network's study of 20-somethings into a portrait of a generation. Together they discuss many of the stereotypes associated with Gen-Y from short attention spans to feelings of entitlement and how these preconceptions are effecting the modern work force. For more information, show notes, and upcoming schedule, go to .
Author Dave Crehore Author Dave Crehore describes his new book "Sweet and Sour Pie"
Authors@Google: Michael Pollan Michael Pollan visits Google's Mountain View, CA, headquarters to discuss his book, "In Defense of Food." This talk took place on March 4, 2008, as part of the Authors@Google series.
Meet Author Dr. Lisa Sanders Author Dr. Lisa Sanders discusses her book, "Every Patient Tells a Story" on April 21, 2010 as part of Northeastern University Libraries' Meet the Author Series. Dr. Lisa Sanders is the author of the very popular Diagnosis column with the New York Times. Her column inspired the hit Fox television drama "House MD" and Dr. Sanders now serves as Technical Advisor to the show. She was trained at Yale School of Medicine where she currently teaches. Dr. Sanders was recently named one of Americas Top 21 Women`s Doctors by , the #1 website for womens health. Before going to medical school Sanders was an Emmy award winning producer for CBS News. Sponsored by Northeastern University Libraries, the Humanities Center's Artists and Practitioners in Residence Program, and the Northeastern Bookstore. Find her book in the Library's catalog, NUCAT at RC71 .S186 2009.
- Books - Bo Caldwell, Author - City of Tranquil Light This week hosts Lisa Johnson Mandell and Sam Osborn discuss the hobbling Hobbit adaptation that looks to finally be heading to the screen and Sam reveals his inner dork as he highlights the casting rumors from Middle- Earth. Joining in via Skype is Author, Bo Caldwell, whose novel 'City of Tranquil Light' draws from the biographies of missionaries in northern China during the turbulent first half of the 20th century. The discussion about her novel opens up a fascinating discussion about the journey of the writing process and how her personal life and crisis effected her fictional work. For more information, show notes, and schedules visit .
Janice Galloway - The Trick is to Keep Breathing author Richard Holloway meets Scottish writer Janice Galloway, award winning author of The Trick is to Keep Breathing. Speaking about the difficulty of writing full-time in Scotland, she reflects on the lack of funding and how things are done differently in other countries.
How to Become a Professional Writer : How to See the Big Picture as an Author Learn how to keep the big picture in mind and keeping the passion of writing going in this free writing video series on becoming a professional writer.Expert: Rebecca Sato Contact: Bio: Rebecca Sato has been a science and health researcher for the past few years. Her goal is to teach people to live a long and healthy life. Filmmaker: joseph wilkins
- This Week in Books - Bill Phillips, Author of Transformation This week hosts Lisa Johnson Mandell and Sam Osborn are joined in studio by Bill Phillips who has transformed the life of many people all over the world with his health and fitness books. Bill explains that we should not build our life around fitness but rather build our lives upon it. In an age of over eating and hours spent huddled in front of computers, Bill Phillips aims to help you transform yourself with a few easy steps. Hosts Lisa and Sam share what they are reading and discuss the big screen adaptation of a prequel to the Wizard of Oz starring Johnny Depp or Robert Downey Jnr, the only two stars that seem to be able to green-light a film these days. For more information, show notes, and schedules visit .
Book Writing Basics : How to Become an Author Becoming an author requires a great deal of self-confidence, but writing everyday, finishing a project and taking the initiative to get a book published are great steps toward becoming a successful author. Become a published author with information from a writing and communications specialist in this free video on writing. Expert: Brenda Martin Contact: Bio: Brenda Darnley Martin has a true appreciation for the art of communication, considering words - written, spoken and unspoken - to be the music of her life. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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This Week in Health & Wellness - Lou Paget, Author of How to Be a Great Lover and Hot Mamas This week, Lou Paget, Author of How to Be a Great Lover and Hot Mamas joins us to dish out *** advice and take your questions LIVE! For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to .
The Author by Time Crouch.wmv The Author by Tim Crouch, from 06 - 29 Aug as part of the Traverse Theatre Festival 2010 program. To book tickets call our Box Office on 0131 228 1404 or visit our website
Author Liz Michalski discusses "Evenfall" Author Liz Michalski joined GMC Weekend to talk about her latest book "Evenfall", which she'll be reading at RJ Julia Booksellers in Madison on February 13th at 4:30pm.
English Teacher Harassed For Being ***a Author UPDATE: WNEP released another article talking about the people that are supporting Judy! My 10th grade teacher Judy Buranich is being shamefully harassed on the local news simply because she writes "racy" romance novels on the side. There are teachers in that school that have had affairs with students multiple times. Who is harassing them? Read the article and see the news clip here: Support Judy Buranich on facebook! Support Judy Mays! For all of you non-locals. This story is also a big cry for help in general. This sort of ridiculousness is happening all over the place. The people around us need to wake up! --------------------------- I entered the Hyundai YouTube Musical Shorts contest! I noticed the view count is low so please go check it out! http --------------------------- LINKS! collab channel: twitter: dailybooth: facebook: myspace: blogtv: spreadshirt: skype username cody.saun.kratzer ---------------------------
Joan Lingard - Author of the Kevin and Sadie series Richard Holloway chats to Joan Lingard, a popular author whose books include the Kevin and Sadie series, Liam's Daughter and The Lord On Our Side. Writing for both adults and children, she has won numerous awards and in 1998 was awarded an MBE for services to children's literature.
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Diet Book Author Advocates New 'No Food Diet' Today Now! talks with a diet book author who reveals that many things are surprisingly edible when you are driven mad by hunger. More coverage at:
Interview with Author Anthony Horowitz Part 1 An interview with bestselling author Anthony Horowitz. For the complete interview, go to: For more interviews, inspiration, and writing advice, go to:
This Week In Cars - Basem Wasef, author of "Legendary Racecars" and "Legendary Motorcycles" This week hosts JRR and guest host Basem Wasef talk about his books "Legendary Race Cars" and "Legendary Motorcycles." They look at the latest car news including the new Camaro ZL1, Mercedes C-Class Coupe, Ram Tradesmank, De Tomaso crossover, and more. In the Strap In segment the look at the future of motorcycles including the Piaggio HyS hybrid, Suzuki Crosscage, and Intelligent Engery ENV. Plus in Junk in the Trunk they look at the Saab hatchback and some ***y Sumos for Suburu. For more information, show notes, and schedules visit .
One to One: Dominique Browning, author, "Slow Love" Sheryl welcomes the writer and editor Dominique Browning to the program today. The former editor-in-chief of "House and Garden" Magazine, her latest book is called "Slow Love: How I Lost My Job, Put on My Pajamas and Found Happiness." It's just been published by Atlas and Company. Dominique was literally uprooted when "House and Garden" the magazine she edited for 13 years summarily folded. But she has shown us that there is a lot to savor after Conde Nast. On CUNY TV's One to One, Journalist Sheryl McCarthy talks with newsmakers about their sources of inspiration. She has private conversations about public affairs issues with the people who report on them and those who ARE the story. The subjects range from global warming issues to domestic ones. Watch more at www.cuny.tv/series/onetoone.
Author David Rensin Discusses Miki Dora David Rensin's 475-page megabiography "All for a Few Perfect Waves: the Audacious Life and Legend of Rebel Surfer Miki Dora" will be published by Harper April 7
This Week in Music - Lonn Friend, author of Life on Planet Rock This week we have Lonn Friend, author of Life on Planet Rock. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to .
Al-Qaeda Calls Off Attack On Nation's Capitol To Spare Life Of 'Twilight' Author ONN's Terrorism Expert Omar Al-Farouq explains how Al-Qaeda's love for the beloved *** vampire series prevented the death of thousands.
This Week in Health & Wellness - Kim Barnouin, author of Skinny *** This week we have Kim Barnouin, author of Skinny ***. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to .
Interview with Author Yann Martel presents... An interview with Yann Martel, author of Life of Pi
City Talk: John Avlon, author, "Wingnuts: How the Lunatic Fringe is Attacking America" Doug sits down with John Avlon, senior political columnist at the Daily Beast and author of "Wingnuts: How the Lunatic Fringe is Hijacking America." He is also a regular commentator on CNN. John has served as chief speechwriter for Mayor Rudy Giuliani and was a columnist and associate editor at the "New York Sun." The book looks at the outbreak of extremism in the opening years of the Obama administration and how we can move past the fear-mongers and the extremists on both sides to take back our country. City Talk is a talk show on New York City politics and civic affairs, hosted by Doug Muzzio. Watch more at www.cuny.tv/series/citytalk.
Author Robert Greene discusses "The 48 Laws of Power" 's Shira Lazar sits down with best-selling author Robert Greene to discuss "The 48 Laws of Power."
Elizabeth Templeton - Theologian and author Ewan Aitken meets Elizabeth Templeton, theologian and author, whose modest religious upbringing became a far larger part of her life. At first her understanding of Christianity left her dubious but this has lead to a life exploring her own beliefs.
Professor Tom Devine - Best-selling author and Scots-Irish historian Richard Holloway meets Professor Tom Devine, who is director of the institute of Irish and Scottish Studies at the University of Aberdeen, as well as a bestselling author. His parents had spent the first few years of their married life with his grandfather and he was seven before he himself had an inside toilet. He reflects on how this lavatory situation lead to the toilet humour Glasgow is famous for, and the more serious societal effects of this.
British author Doris Lessing reacts to Nobel win Oct. 11 - British novelist Doris Lessing reacted with the words 'Oh Christ!' when told by a Reuters correspondent that she'd won the 2007 Nobel Prize for literature. Lessing gave her reaction as she returned to her home in London soon after the award was announced. According to her agent she missed the actual announcement as she had been out shopping.
Conversations with Norma Kamali - Twyla Tharp - Choreographer, Author & Dancer Since graduating from Barnard College in 1963, Ms. Tharp has choreographed more than one hundred and thirty five dances, five Hollywood movies, directed and choreographed four Broadway shows. She received one Tony Award, two Emmy Awards, nine*** honorary doctorates, the Vietnam Veterans of America President's Award, the 2004 National Medal of the Arts, the 2008 Jerome Robbins Prize, a 2008 Kennedy Center Honor. Her many grants include the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthu Fellowship. She is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and an Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. In 1992 Ms. Tharp wrote her autobiography Push Comes to Shove. In 2003 she wrote, The Creative Habit: Learn it and Use it for Life. In 2009 she wrote, The Collaborative Habit: Life Lessons for Working Together both of which were published by Simon and Schuster.
Interview with *** Author Erin Litke Interview with *** author Erin Litke about her first fantasy novel: Crystal Shards.
Jimmy needham-The Author Author: Jimmy needham Song: The Author please rate, subscribe, and comment and if you have any requests comment me on my page and ill consider it, thanks lyrics: You spoke the word into the vacant universe You breathed and life became You wrote the script into the sky The story told in black and white Spelling out the glory of Your name CHORUS Thanks to Your love every I was dotted Thanks to Your love every T was crossed All of heaven and all of earth acknowledge Youre the Author of the story of the glory of God Before the earth, before the curse, before the crown of thorns was made You penned the end before we even went astray So why are we surprised ? The Son of Man that came to die Knew this day before the world was made You know our prayers before theyre even prayed (Chorus) The words You speak are poetry Ill gladly be the melody Until every ear has finally heard Its all part of Your perfect plan From the garden to the fall of man From the day You rose to the day Youll return (Chorus)
Howard Stern - Howard Interviews The Author Of Racist Book " From A White To a negro In 2010 "(2/4) From 4/1/10
Pretty Little Liars Author Sara Shepard Q&A Watch Pretty Little Liars author Sara Shepard talk about her new series The Lying Game. Browse Inside The Lying Game: browseinside.harper***.com
- This Week in Careers - Ken Lloyd, Author of 'Jerk's at Work' Join us as host Lisa Johnson Mandell delivers some trade secrets to botox your resume and illustrates how clothes really do make the man. This week she is joined by Ken Lloyd columnist of 'Jerks at work', who gets into teh psychology of applying for jobs and the Do's and Dont's of the job interview. He even has theories on how not to sweat in a job interview. Remember we are trying to save America one job at a time so tune in and join the struggle. For more information, show notes, and upcoming schedule, go to .
- Marketing - Dan Charnas, author of "The Big Payback" This week Dan Charnas joins Scott and Dan in discussing his book The Big Payback: The History of the Business of Hip Hop. They discuss some of the biggest players in the industry and how it became a multi-million dollar business. The also take a viewer question and in "Does It Sell" they look at popular ads featuring Hip Hop artists and other musicians such as P. Diddy's Ciroc, T-Pain and Toshiba, and Justin Timberlake. For more information, show notes, and schedule visit .
This Week in Mobile - William Powers, Author of Hamlet's Blackberry This week we have William Powers, Author of Hamlet's Blackberry. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to . Ashley Esqueda and Mike Hobbs host This Week in Mobile. The big news this week included a last minute Apple press conference regarding the iPhone 4. The epic win of the week was the creation of the HTC 1, by an 18 year old designer. The epic fail of the week was that Motorola has in place measures that take away the openness of Android. The interview of the week was with William Powers, author of Hamlet's Blackberry. Powers came on the show to talk about connecting constantly digitally. Next week: DataViz. News: Apple to give away free cases to iPhone 4 users ( 3-D: Coming Soon to a Cellphone Near You ( Microsoft COO Knows a Lemon When He Sees One ( Modu, world's lightest cellphone, lands in UK ( VW Passat takes the red pill, jacks into Nokia's Terminal Mode (video) Apple deleting mentions of Consumer Reports' iPhone 4 piece on forums, can't delete your thoughts ( Droid X available to buy now ( Colorware douses iPhone 4 in double rainbow, might just solve your reception issues ( HP's McKinney hints that a flexible display Palm device could happen ( EVO 4G shortages may hurt 4G adoption, Sprint gives customers in seven new cities the chance to be disappointed ( BlackBerry 6 ...
The Academy Is... - The Author The Academy (EP) released on March 23, 2004 1. "The Proverbial Unrest" -- 2:36 2. "The Author" -- 5:08 3. "Judas Kiss" -- 3:57 4. "In Our Defense" -- 4:31 5. "Dear Interceptor" -- 3:42 6. "Absolution" -- 5:44 Lyrics: The search has begun, this is page one Men meet your maker, I give you The Author. He may seem familiar because he looks like your mirror. You've lied like a lawyer, but don't deny it when you're face to face with demons dancing off of mirror images, reflecting all that you wanted. So far from perfect. Onward, we will strive. Take it for what it's worth. this truth that you've realized. You're not who you thought you were. It's time you see the other side of what you have become. Nothing but your Single serving selfish chapters of sacraficial moral standards. You're no stranger to apathy in bold situations. Take your time to make it happen. Leave your mirror, and spare your excuse as a self-serving actor, who's so close to perfect now. It's all the same, no face or complexion. You're not worth what you're spending. When you're screaming "Danger, Danger!", don't stop. Go on alone, desperate endeavor, you've got to take it or leave it, if you will. It's not so convincing that you're the only one here who can't be like me. The search has begun. Leave your letters but it won't matter. Take back what is left before your death, but is it really you that they suspect? You take shots, who's the figure before the flame? It's not hard to spark, but it's hard to master ...
If I Become A Famous Author MORE AT - - - - - - - A list of five things I will do if I ever become a really famous author, including a newspaper, the back of Lemony Snicket's head, a phone call to Stephenie Meyer, a wall of photos that does not exist, and more. Also, sunburn. - - - - - - - My first book BRAN HAMBRIC: THE FARFIELD CURSE is set to hit stores in late 2009. For more info on it, visit ===================================== MYSPACE TWITTER: =====================================
This Week in Venture Capital - Mark Jeffrey, author and CEO of ThisWeekIn This week we discuss the latest startup investments with Mark Jeffrey. For more information, show notes, and an upcoming schedule, go to .
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