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One out of a hundred of us are psychopathic, according to experts. One out of a hundred! And while it’s true that 20% of our prison populations are comprised of psychopaths, the majority are non-violent. Think Bernie Madoff and Anthony Weiner, not just Hannibal Lecter. You can find them everywhere: in the office next door, at school, or while dating.
New York Times bestselling author, Douglas E. Richards, joins host Michele Mattia at 2pm ET for an engaging hour to discuss his latest book The Cure! As a former biotech executive with a master’s in genetic engineering, Douglas is known for writing best selling novels containing accurate, meticulously researched science.
Richards believes the prevalence of psychopaths among politicians is at epidemic proportions. “Psychopaths are deceitful, narcissistic backstabbers," says Richards. "When caught in a bald-faced lie, they don’t get embarrassed, they just switch gears and move on. If you follow politics at all,” he adds, “these behaviors are all too familiar.”
If you have questions or comments during today’s show, please call the studio at 714.333.3349, email the show Connect@MicheleMattia.com or post on Michele’s Life Design Facebook page.
Join Joy Radio on July 3 at 11 am, EDT, and listen to Mary Alice Monroe, NY Times bestselling and award-winning author speak on the writing process.
Mary Alice Monroe is the author of over a dozen novels, several non-fiction titles, and children's books. Her latest release was “The Summer Girls” first in lowcountry summer trilogy, released on June 25. Her body of work reflects her commitment to the natural world through literature. Monroe has served on the faculty of numerous writer's conferences and retreats. She is a featured speaker at events, both literary and conservation. Her books have achieved several best seller lists, including the New York Times, SIBA, USA Today and are sold worldwide. Her first children's book received several awards, including the ASPCA Henry Bergh award. Monroe was awarded the SC Center for the Book Award for Fiction and the International Book Award for Green Fiction.
In this episode of the Write Stuff, Parker J. Cole will chat with Tosca Lee -- New York Times bestselling novelist of Demon: A Memoir, Havah: The Story of Eve, Iscariot, and The Books of Mortals series (Forbidden, Mortal, Sovereign) with New York Times bestselling author Ted Dekker. She is best known for her exploration of maligned characters, lyrical prose and meticulous research. Tosca received her B.A. in English and International Relations from Smith College and has also studied at Oxford University. A former first runner-up to Mrs. United States and lifelong world adventure-traveler, Tosca makes her home in the Midwest.Also on our show, we will talk with Melissa Cain Travis, author of the new children's apologetic book, "How Do You Know God's Really there?"
New York Times and USA Today bestselling author and RITA® Finalist Caridad Pineiro wrote her first novel in the fifth grade when her teacher assigned a project – to write a book for a class lending library. Bitten by the writing bug, Caridad continued with her passion for the written word and in 1999, Caridad’s first novel was released. Over a decade later, Caridad is the author of nearly 40 published novels and novellas. When not writing, Caridad is an attorney, wife, and mother to an aspiring writer and fashionista. www.caridad.com.
Real Sisters welcomes NY Times Bestselling Edgar Award-nominated and Dilys Award-nominated author Susan Elia MacNeal to the family table. Susan is the author of the very popular Maggie Hope Mystery Series from Bantam/Random House. The second book in the series, Princess Elizabeth's Spy, was a NY Times Bestseller and was chosen by Oprah.com as a book of the week.
The third novel in the Maggie Hope series, His Majesty’s Hope, will be published on May 14.
Susan has been an editor at Viking/Penguin and McGraw-Hill and was associate editor at Dance Magazine. Her writing has been published in The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, Fodor’s, Time Out New York, Time Out London, Publishers Weekly, Dance Magazine, and various publications of New York City Ballet. She’s also the author of two non-fiction books.
Join Real Sisters as we get to know the author Susan Elia MacNeal and her new book, His Majesty's Hope.
On Friday, May 3rd at 11 am, ET, Joy Radio will interview Mary Alice Monroe, New York Times bestselling and award-winning author of 14 novels, including Beach House Memories, The Butterfly’s Daughter, Last Light Over Carolina and Times is a River. We will be discussing her upcoming novel, Summer Girls, the first book in Monroe’s Lowcountry Summer Trilogy, is set for release June 25th by Gallery Books. Known for her award-winning ability to connect readers to the mysteries and threats in the natural world, this time it’s the Atlantic bottlenose dolphin that inspires Mary Alice Monroe’s latest novel, THE SUMMER GIRLS.
To schedule and interview or request a book review, please contact Monroe's PR assistant, Angela May, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 843.568.0233. Visit her at www.MaryAliceMonroe.com
Sonia Choquette is a globally celebrated and dynamic spiritual teacher, six-sensory consultant, enchanting storyteller, and transformational visionary guide, known for her delightful humor and skill in quickly shifting people out of difficulty and into flow. She is the author of 19 international bestselling books on intuitive awakening, personal growth, creativity, and transformational leadership including the New York Times bestseller “The Answer is Simple.” Sonia is inspir
New York Times bestselling author, one of the great thriller writers of our day, Nelson DeMille, visits The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds, Wednesday, August 21, 3 p.m ET for a rare in-depth conversation.
Nelson DeMille is a former U.S. Army lieutenant who served in Vietnam and is the author of eighteen acclaimed novels, including the #1 New York Times bestsellers Night Fall, Plum Island, The Gate House, and The Lion. His other New York Times bestsellers include The Charm School, Word of Honor, The Gold Coast, Spencerville, The Lion’s Game, Up Country, Wild Fire, and The General’s Daughter, which was a major motion picture starring John Travolta.
His latest book, The Panther, just released in Trade Paperback, brings back favorite characters Anti-Terrorist Task Force agent, John Cory and his wife, FBI agent Kate Mayfield. It is classic DeMille fare: compelling, gritty, action-packed, political and humor-filled, a story that couldn’t be more topical.
Conversation is an art, and Halli Casser-Jayne is the artist of conversation.
Loretta McNary Live is a premier blog talk radio show created for an empowered, active, and diverse TV, radio, social media and online listening audience. LML uses a progressive live call in format to target an ever expanding market of online listeners wanting an impressive menu of meaningful, insightful, and authentic conversations.
This week's guest is New York Times bestselling author, Ron Hall.
Ron Hall’s life was centered around a successful career as an international art dealer and a passion for his Rocky Top ranch on the Brazos River west of Fort Worth, Texas. All this changed in 1998 as a result of an encounter with a homeless man who was threatening to kill everyone in sight in the homeless shelter where Ron and his wife Deborah had begun to volunteer two weeks earlier. They had gone there as a result of her prophetic dream they would meet a homeless man who would confound them with his wisdom.
This life changing encounter, featured on many television and radio shows such as CNN, Fox News, and NPR, inspired Ron to write his first book Same Kind of Different As Me, a story of hope and redemption. The word of mouth hit became a New York Times platinum bestseller and stayed on the list for more than three and a half years.
New York Times Bestseller and one of my personal favorites, Same Kind of Different As Me has sold over 1.3 million copies worldwide. This fall, children will be able to enjoy the same heart-tugging story in a wildly unique children’s book…
Everybody Can Help Somebody tells the incredible tale of Denver Moore’s life story with his original artwork throughout.
Minstrel and Muse welcomes favorite NY Times bestselling author Kathleen Kent a tenth-generation descendent of Martha Carrier who was falsely accused of being a witch during the Salem Witch Trials and eventually executed.
Her popular books, The Heretic's Daughter and The Traitor's Wife, recreate the life and times of Carrier. Kathleen will share her family stories and read from the books. She'll also fill us in on all the details of her soon-to-be-released Texas historical novel, The Outcasts.
An interview you will not want to miss--join us and meet the amazing Kathleen Kent.