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Author, lecturer and educator Richard Heinberg is a Senior Fellow of Post Carbon Institute and is widely regarded as one of the world's foremost advocates for a shift away from our current reliance on fossil fuels. He has written for Nature, Wall Street Journal, Reuters, and Christian Science Monitor among other publications and has authored thirteen books including: - Our Renewable Future (June 2016) - Afterburn (2015) - Snake Oil (2013) - The End of Growth (2011) - Peak Everything (2007) - The Party's Over (2005) He has delivered hundreds of lectures on energy and climate issues to audiences in 14 countries, including members of the European Parliament. He has appeared in many film and television documentaries, including Leonardo DiCaprio's 11th Hour, is a recipient of the M. King Hubbert Award for Excellence in Energy Education. Richard's animations Don't Worry, Drive On, Who Killed Economic Growth? and 300 Years of Fossil Fuels in 300 Seconds (winner of a YouTubes's/DoGooder Video of the Year Award) have been viewed by two million people. Visit Practical Tactical for an archive of all of the Practical Prepping. Period. shows and everything else you may need to strengthen your family's resilience and personal preparedness. This is a copyrighted podcast solely owned by the Authors On The Air Global Radio Network LLC.
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First published in 2012, Alistair Cross has since published several novels and joined forces with international bestselling author, Tamara Thorne, and as Thorne & Cross, they write the successful Gothic series, The Ghosts of... more

Sylvia Shults is the author of 44 Years in Darkness, Hunting Demons, Fractured Spirits: Hauntings at the Peoria State Hospital, and Ghosts of the Illinois River. She has spent the past nineteen years working in a library, slowly smuggling... more

After all the years a writer spends trying to get published, what sets apart an award-winning release from all the other great novels out there? How do you try to ensure that your book stands out from the pack, appeals to both readers... more

Alex Marwood is a figment of the imagination of the novelist and sometime journalist Serena Mackesy. For our purposes on Thrill Seekers, she is the bestselling author of The Wicked Girls, The Killer Next Door, and the recently... more

Cherie Priest is the author of 19 books and novellas, most recently I Am Princess X, Chapelwood, and the Philip K. Dick Award nominee Maplecroft; but she is perhaps best known for the steampunk pulp adventures of the Clockwork... more

James Ziskin is the author of the Anthony-, Barry-, and Lefty-nominated Ellie Stone Mysteries. A linguist by training, James studied Romance Languages and Literature at the University of Pennsylvania. After completing his graduate... more

Actress, playwright and author Leanna Renee Hieber, who is the award-winning, bestselling author of Gothic Victorian Fantasy novels for adults and teens. Her Strangely Beautiful saga, beginning with The Strangely Beautiful Tale of Miss... more

Thunder Levin is a feature film and television director and writer. He was born and raised in New York City and received a Bachelor's Degree in Film from NYU before moving to Los Angeles to take over Hollywood at age 23. He has written... more

Aleatha Romig is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who lives in Indiana. She grew up in Mishawaka, graduated from Indiana University, and is currently living south of Indianapolis. On Thrill Seekers, she talks about her new... more

Robert Brockway is a Senior Editor and columnist for Cracked.com. He is the author of The Unnoticeables from Tor Books (released July 7th, 2015), the cyberpunk novel Rx: A Tale of Electronegativity, and the comedic non-fiction... more
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