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In these pet podcasts, host Tim Link will feature interviews with best-selling pet-related authors, award winning writers and journalists that focus on stories about animals and bloggers with interesting topics to share about pets. Each interview will give you firsthand knowledge about why the authors and writers chose a particular story, what the featured animals meant to them, and what has become of the animals that we talk about. All of the discussions will be compelling and informative. ...
 
Tune In to The Miracle Show. As you listen and/or call in you will engage in a magical journey to help you shift your own perspective and look at life through Optimistic lenses.. This empowering process allows you to transform your life to one where your dreams are fulfilled and miracles are everyday occurrences. As you cultivate optimism within the awareness of your thoughts, it becomes easy to experience the multitude of miracles that flow into your life.
 
Ted Prodromou is America’s leading LinkedIn coach and the #1 best selling author of The Ultimate Guide to Linked In For Business. To get a free copy of his book simply register at www.tedprodromou.com. On the podcast, Ted brings together some of the top LinkedIn minds in the country to share with you how they grow their businesses using LinkedIn and how you can, too
 
Now with over 1 Million Global Listeners! Top Rated in 25 Categories & over 500 shows! Join Award Winning/ #1 Best Selling Author,Best Podcaster Award Winner, Certified Life Coach, Deb Scott interview: CEO's, Actors, #1 NY Times Best Selling Authors, International Peace Leaders, Olympians, Professional Athletes, Actresses, Super-Models, Television Personalities, Certified Coaches, Inventors, Psychologists, Medical Doctors and people just like YOU who make a difference by using their time, tr ...
 
Best-selling authors, TEDx speakers, elite entrepreneurs, world-renowned consultants, and professional coaches that have overcome the odds share empowering stories of turning personal and business tragedies to success and personal triumph. Vidal Cisneros Jr. shares thriving strategies, best practices, and resources to thrive beyond unforeseen circumstances and life storms, during solo episodes. Vidal Cisneros Jr. is also a contributor for Chicken Soup for the Soul, and his story has been fea ...
 
The podcast that helps authors make sense of all the social media marketing options out there and gives practical tips on how to sell more books and build loyal fans with social media. Based on award-winning marketer Chris Syme's 20+ years in marketing and bestselling indie author Becca Syme's self-publishing journey, the show features successful self-published authors and book marketing experts weekly.
 
"Coffee with an Author" Ijustfinished.com's weekly podcast interviewing authors about their writing styles, works, goals, and dreams. Join Naomi Giroux, host of Coffee with an Author by calling in (646-716-9724), joining the chat room or by visiting the ijustfinished website with questions/comments. Don't forget to rate our shows. Visit with us weekly! "Best Sellers' Club" a weekly program interviewing Best Selling Authors. Call in, join the chat room or follow us on Twitter. More informatio ...
 
Join Nigella Lawson as she discusses her best-selling books, successful TV series and her new and exclusive apps Nigella Quick Collection for iPad and Nigellissima. Nigella’s bestselling and award-winning Nigella Quick Collection iPhone app is now optimised for iPad, with exclusive new features and over 100 recipes. Combining video, audio and time-saving features, it makes every meal easy, bringing you inspiration from Nigella. Nigellissima is a new taster-app featuring nine delicious Italia ...
 
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After being struck by lightning, drowning, healing over a dozen chronic illnesses to include Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Ulcers and Fibromyalgia, Dr. Meg Haworth has combined her twenty years of personal and professional experience to help others heal themselves with food and the power of the mind in the Get Well Soon Podcast Series. Dr. Meg brings you the best authors, doctors and luminaries in the fields of health, nutrition and medicine who offer something you can do right now to help you h ...
 
Dr. Rollan Roberts is an advisor and resource to national governments on strong Artificial Intelligence and quantum-proof Cybersecurity and was nominated to Central Command's Department of Defense Civilian Task Force. He is the CEO of Courageous!, a superhuman AI and Cybersecurity research and product development think tank that serves advanced national security initiatives of national governments. He served as CEO of the Hoverboard company, creating the best-selling consumer product worldwi ...
 
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Founder of Make Peace with Animals, Inc. and author, Cynthia Branigan, joins me for this episode. We have a chat about her latest book, The Last Diving Horse in America. The book provides a fascinating history of Gamal, the last platform diving horse at Atlantic City’s Steel Pier. Find out how Gamal changed Cynthia’s life and led her to rescue thou…
 
Kimmery Martin is an emergency medicine doctor-turned novelist whose works of medical fiction have been praised by The Harvard Crimson, Southern Living, The New York Times, and others. She talks about her latest novel, Doctors and Friends, which is set during a pandemic. Written before Covid 19, the novel is prescient in how it follows a group of d…
 
Colleen van Niekerk, author of A Conspiracy of Mothers, talks about the inspiration for a novel set in South Africa, which tells the story of three mothers whose lives intersect during a generation-defining period in history. A Conspiracy of Mothers tells a story of love and betrayal from multiple perspectives while deftly balancing the painful leg…
 
Starting in the 2022 season, Ashley Hasty, founder of The Hasty Booklist, will be joining Lainey Cameron as co-host on The Best of Women’s Fiction Podcast. Learn more about Ashley, what she likes to read, and her progress as a future published author. Also learn how, together, she and Lainey will be choosing the guests to invite for the early 2022 …
 
Phoebe Fox, author of six novels, joins to talk about her latest release The Way We Weren’t. She shares the inspiration behind a novel that Booklist called "a study in contrasts: tragic yet heart-warming, suspenseful yet comforting." Plus, why she decided to come clean on her alter-ego as Tiffany Yates Martin, one of the publishing industry’s most …
 
Award-winning author, speaker and syndicated humor columnist, Tracy Beckerman, joins me for this episode. We have a chat about her latest book, Barking at the Moon. The book is a heartwarming and humorous tribute to her dog Riley. A story of growing pains raising a pup and kids, while learning about life and love. We also have a chance to hear what…
 
Alice Early talks about The Moon Always Rising, a story that takes the reader on a journey from the Caribbean island of Nevis to the Highlands of Scotland. The novel is already a multiple-award winner, including overall winner in the 2020 National Indie Excellence and American Fiction Awards. It’s also unusual in that one of the main characters is …
 
Two-time Pushcart prize nominee and winner of the Women’s National Book Association’s Effie Lee Morris Prize, Joan Gelfand introduces us to her novel, Extreme. Set in the pressure cooker environment of Silicon Valley startups, Extreme takes the reader inside the gamification of extreme sports. Find the books recommended, the author's social media l…
 
New York Times best-selling author, Julia London, joins me for this episode. We have a chat about her latest novel, It Started With A Dog. The novel is a real rom-com story of an unlikely meeting between the two main characters, adorable dogs and coffee house encounters. We also have a chance to hear what it takes to write a best-selling romance no…
 
Jenn Bouchard, talks about her debut novel, First Course, a finalist in the 2021 American Fiction Awards. She shares her inspiration for a book about second acts, why she decided to set the book in coastal Maine, and how she approached writing about a real location. Plus, her path to publication, and why Jenn told to go with a small publisher. Find…
 
Joy Jordan-Lake is the bestselling author of eight books, several historical fiction. She shares the inspiration and background behind her latest novel, Under A Gilded Moon. A must-not-miss episode for lovers and writers of historical fiction. Inspired by the story of the building of the Biltmore estate, the novel is told from the point of view of …
 
Kalyn Fogarty shares the inspiration behind What We Carry, a novel that deals with miscarriage, a topic often underrepresented in women’s fiction. She talks about her personal experience that led to writing a novel of hope around such an important and heart-breaking experience, her own writing journey, her approach to self-care, and her hope that t…
 
Leslie Hooton, author of The Secret of Rainy Days talks about how friendships save our lives, how it felt to be nominated for a Zibby award, and how she writes and edits all of her books using dictation. Find Leslie's social media links, the books she recommends and the video version of this episode at www.BestofWomensFiction.com All books featured…
 
Washington Post and Amazon charts bestselling author Kerry Anne King chats about her latest novel, Other People’s Things. Kerry shares secrets on the inspiration behind the story, her writing and editing process, and awesome wisdom for other writers. Find Kerry's social media links, the books she recommends and the video version of this episode at …
 
This week, the winners of the 2021 STAR award for women's fiction will be announced by Women’s Fiction Writers Association. All six finalists (there's two categories - debut and general) have been on this podcast! In this special episode, you'll learn about the six finalists’ winning books and hear their best writer insights and advice. Find links …
 
KD Allbaugh shares the inspiration behind her novel, Face Down in Rising Sun, which was chosen as one of only three finalists in the debut category of the 2021 STAR awards by Women’s Fiction Writers Association Find KD's social media links, the books she recommends and the video version of this episode at www.BestofWomensFiction.com All books featu…
 
Author and police officer, Brandon Wainwright, joins me for this episode. We discuss his memoir, Tyson’s Gift. The memoir is a heartwarming story of a man’s relationship with his furry best-friend and the spiritual journey that continues on after his dog’s transition . Have a listen to this wonderful affirmation of a dog’s love and eternal life. EP…
 
Cara Sue Achterberg, author of Blind Turn, chosen as the Maxy Awards 2021 Book of the Year. Cara shares her inspiration for the story described as a “deeply felt” page-turner, which explores a mother’s worst nightmare – when her daughter is responsible for a fatal texting and driving accident. Find Cara's social media links, the books she recommend…
 
Pushcart Prize nominee, Sheryl J. Bize-Boutte chats about her novel, Betrayal on the Bayou. Sheryl is a multidisciplinary writer whose work, while great storytelling, also gets across deeper meaning about the politics and economics of race. Connect with Sheryl and learn more about her books at www.sheryljbize-boutte.com or on Twitter @bizebos Snag …
 
New York Times best-selling author of the Meg Langslow mystery series, Donna Andrews, joins me for this episode. We discuss her latest in the long-running mystery series, 29 and counting, Murder Most Fowl. Get updated on the old characters and new alike. Murder Most Fowl combines surprise and mystery with a Shakespearean twist. We also have a chat …
 
Maddie Dawson chats about her latest release, The Magic of Found Objects, which is already an Amazon # 1 bestseller in women’s friendship and humorous fiction, and has 1700+ great reviews, plus she has great advice for writers. Connect with Maddie and learn more about her books at www.maddiedawson.com or on Instagram @maddiedaws Find your copy of T…
 
C. D’Angelo shares her debut novel, The Difference, about protagonist Rachel Granza who delves into her Italian American heritage as a way to find her confidence in the future. We chat about the source of C D'Angelo's inspiration which actually started with the centennial of the Titanic sinking. Also, the seemingly never-ending task of editing and …
 
Anisha Bhatia shares the inspiration behind her witty and fabulous debut novel called The Rules of Arrangement in the US, and What Are We Doing About Zoya? in the UK , Australia and around the world. This is a perfect book if you’re a fan of Bridget Jones or books that take you inside a character's head or to a potentially new culture and location.…
 
New York Time and USA Today best-selling author of the Chet and Bernie mystery series, Spencer Quinn, joins me for this episode. Spencer provides the background and plot for the latest novel in the series, Tender Is The Bite. Chet and Bernie assists a terribly scared woman, maneuver the political landscape and partner with an adorable and pesky fer…
 
Kristin Contino chat about her new release, A House Full of Windsor, which reviewers are calling nostalgic, charming, and full of family drama. Find A House of Windsor on bookshop.org and the two novels Kristin recommends When We're Thirty by Casey Dembowski and Once Upon A Royal Summer by Teri Wilson. Connect with Kristin and learn more about her …
 
Lyn Liao Butler shares the inspiration behind her debut novel, The Tiger Mom's Tale, a book which takes us to Taiwan. It already achieved a coveted starred review from Publishers Weekly, who call the novel “riveting” and say it “breathes new zesty life into women’s fiction”. We chat about the concept of “own voices” and cultural representation, and…
 
Joyce Yarrow joins Lainey on the release of her fifth novel, Sandstorm, to chat about how the novel was inspired by her childhood in the Bronx, the shaky line between law-abiding and not, and her best writing advice. Find Sandstorm and Joyce's other novels on bookshop.org as well as the new read she recommends (releasing late July), The Wilderness …
 
Lea Geller dishes on the inspiration behind her latest romp of a novel, The Truth and Other Hidden Things, about Bells Walker, an “older” pregnant woman in her forties who inadvertently becomes a gossip columnist in her new town in the Hudson Valley. Find The Truth and Other Hidden Things on bookshop.org as well as the books Lea recommends; Sunshin…
 
Joanne Kukanza Easley chats about the inspiration behind her debut novel, Sweet Jane, which swept up awards, winning 12 in total! The episode starts with an interview I recorded with Joanne last year, and then I invite her back to update us on her latest release, Just One Look. Find both of Joanne's novels Sweet Jane, and Just One Look on bookshop.…
 
Grace Sammon chats about her debut novel, The Eves, a study on the power of women’s friendship and how the stories we carry affect those around us. Grace shares her inspiration, book recommendations, and a sneak peek at her fun upcoming project! Find The Eves on bookshop.org as well as the novels Grace Sammon recommends; The Exit Strategy by Lainey…
 
Margaret Ann Spence talks about her latest release, JOYOUS LIES, a women’s fiction novel with a good dose of mystery. Secrets from the past abound, set to the backdrop of what happened decades ago in a Northern California commune. Find Joyous Lies on bookshop.org as well as the novels Margaret Ann recommends; Queen of the Owls by Barbara Linn Probs…
 
Jessica Strawser talks about her latest release, A Million Reasons Why, which was named a most anticipated book by Goodreads, SheReads. E! News. and Frolic as well as being chosen for Booktrib's 10 Books by Women to Read this Spring. Find A Million Reasons Why on bookshop.org as well as the top novel she recommends; The Invisible Husband of Frick I…
 
#1 New York Times best-selling author W. Bruce Cameron joins me for this episode. We discuss his latest novel, A Dog’s Courage, the second novel in the Dog’s Way Home series. Bruce and I also chat about the numerous other books, audiobooks and projects he has going on. If it involves entertainment, and a dog, Bruce has his hands in the mix. Have a …
 
Bette Lee Crosby writes Southern fiction that touches the heart. Lainey and Bette chat about how you can be guaranteed a happy ending in her books, writing advice and the real-life family inspiration for Bette's latest novel, When I Last Saw You. Find When I Last Saw You on bookshop.org as well as the novels she recommends; The Truth and Other Hidd…
 
Carol chats with us about Goodbye Orchid, her novel which was inspired by combat wounded veterans. The book has been racking up awards. including being named a 2021 Book Excellence winner, and a finalist in the CHATELAINE Book Awards that recognizes outstanding work and new talent in Romantic Fiction and Women’s Fiction. Carol is donating a portion…
 
Author Eve Calder joins me for this episode to chat about her latest book, A Tale of Two Cookies. The novel is the third release in the Cookie House Mystery series. The book centers around a beach wedding that has gone awry when the groom disappears. Follow the cast of characters, including pastry chef/detective Kate McGuire and the town dog, Olive…
 
Kathleen Basi shares her inspiration her debut novel, A Song for The Road, which began as a dream that contained both grief and beauty. And she chats about the special relationship between music and writing, which led to Kathleen writing such a novel with such breathtakingly lyrical language. Find A Song for the Road on bookshop.org as well as the …
 
Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai, chats about The Mountains Sing. This novel is already a New York Times Editors’ choice, and winner of several awards including the 2020 Lannan Literary Award Fellowship. Plus it’s been named a best book in 2020 by the Washington Post , *O, The Oprah Magazine, USA Today, NPR’s Book Concierge and tens more publications. Plus, it …
 
Ann Garvin chast about her latest novel, I Thought You Said This Would Work, which shot up the Amazon charts and has held #1 positions in multiple categories over the last month including humorous women's fiction. Ann shares her inspiration for the novel, and great writing and life advice. I Thought You Said This Would Work and Ann's other novels c…
 
Best-selling authors of the Godwink series, SQuire Rushnell and Louise DuArt, join me for this episode. We discuss their latest book in the series, Dogwinks. Squire and Louise share the true stories of how dogs touch our hearts, lift our hopes and become our furry heroes. We also discuss how a story about Ruby will become a Netflix movie called, Re…
 
Rochelle chats about her latest release, This is Not How It Ends, how writing every book is different, and she has great advice for writers, and on kindness and life in general.Find This is Not How it Ends on bookshop.org, along with the novels Rochelle mentions; Becoming Duchess Goldblatt, The Push by Ashley Audrain, Eliza Starts a Rumor by Jane L…
 
Alison Hammer has been called "a great new voice in women’s fiction" by the esteemed Kristin Harmel. This interview celebrates the release of Alison's sophomore novel, Little Pieces of Me, which was named one of the top April books by E! News, and received a Library Journal starred review. We chat about Alison's unique writing process, her craft ad…
 
Kris Clink chats about her heart-warming debut novel, Goodbye, Lark Lovejoy.She shares her inspiration for a book that reviews are deeply hopeful and heartwarming, and why Kris believes in the concept of spectacular happiness. Find Goodbye, Lark Lovejoy on bookshop.org, along with the two books Kris recommends; The Jake Ryan Complex by Bethany Cran…
 
Have you ever wondered what goes into performing an audiobook? Or how the skills required compare to writing? In this interview with Susan Marlowe, who has recorded over 150 successful audiobooks, answers those questions and more. Plus, the episode includes previously unreleased samples from the audio version of Lainey Cameron's debut novel, The Ex…
 
Barbara Linn Probst shares the inspiration behind her newest novel, The Sound Between the Notes, plus chats with Lainey about music and inspiration, how the book changed during editing, surviving a pandemic debut launch, and the challenges of sophomore novels. Find The Sound Between the Notes and Queen of the Owls on bookshop.org, plus the two othe…
 
Author and professional dog trainer for Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl, Victoria Schade joins me for this episode. We discuss her latest novel, Lost, Found, and Forever. The novel is a feel-good romance, with lots of laughs, a heartwarming message and a rescue dog that will steal your heart. Have a listen, a laugh and learn what it takes to write a suc…
 
Christina Consolino shares her inspiration for her debut, Rewrite the Stars, a novel that’s been called “bittersweet” and “touching”. She also has several recommended reads, great writing advice on not giving up, and we chat about the difficulty of writing in multiple points of view. Find Rewrite the Stars on bookshop.org. Connect with Christina an…
 
Linda chats about the story behind The Disharmony of Silence, her debut novel which released in 2020. We talk about the inspiration behind a book that moves back and forth between the 1920s and today, how the book changed from initial versions and her reading recommendations. Plus I share more on Linda's second novel, Sisters of the Vine, which rel…
 
Kathleen’s debut, Minor Dramas and Other Catastrophes, was received with great acclaim in 2020 and was chosen as a best books pick by Real Simple, Newsweek, People Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, and the New York Post. This week her second novel Are We There Yet? hits the stores, and Kathleen shares her inspiration, book recommendations and has som…
 
Kim shares how she prides herself on writing historical fiction “for non historical fiction lovers”, her inspiration for her big bestseller,After Alice Fell, her best writing advice, and a book recommendation. Find Kim's novel, After Alice Fell, on bookshop.org as well as her recommended read Churchill's Secret Messenger by Alan Hlad. Connect with …
 
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