New York, NY, May 30, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Each Friday at 1PM Eastern Standard Time, Sound Authors radio show features live interviews and readings from all varieties of authors, known and not-yet-known; all soon-to-be bestselling authors from all walks of life, from Hollywood actors to marathoners, to PhD therapists or life coaches. On this talk radio show, it is the story that counts. Authors sound off on every possible topic, from cuisine to culture, and from nature to nurture.
The show also podcasts each interview separately, and all archived podcasts can be searched from the Sound Authors website at www.soundauthors.com.
The first author guest this week will be Jill Singer, author of You're a Good Mom (and Your Kids Aren't So Bad Either). She has 14 Secrets to Finding Happiness Between Super Mom and Slacker Mom. Jen is the creator of MommaSaid.net, a Forbes Best of the Web community for moms. She also writes the Good Grief! blog about parenting tweens for GoodHousekeeping.com.
The second guest featured on the show will R.T. Jordan, author of The Polly Pepper Mysteries. He began his career as a staff writer in the feature film marketing department of The Walt Disney Studios and has worked on nearly 400 films. R.T. has written four novels and three novellas (summer beach reading books written under a pen name.).
The third guest on the show will be Bea Fields, an internationally renowned leadership consultant and co- author of: Millennial Leaders: Success Stories From Today's Most Brilliant Generation Y Leaders. Bea is an Executive Coach and the President of Bea Fields Companies, Inc. and the Founder of Five Star Leader Coaching and Training. She specializes in Leadership and Team Coaching for high growth companies, non-profit organizations and medium-sized businesses. Fields is the chief principal of The Gen Y Project and is the co-author of Edge: A Leadership Story.
The musical guest for the show this week will be Matt MacIsaac. After years competing solo and with pipe bands Matt now enjoys the best of both piping worlds as a professional touring musician In December 2004, Matt released his debut solo recording and is currently working on his second album which will feature several different instruments, including the Irish high and low whistle, the guitar and banjo.
Tune in next week, June 6th, to the live show or podcast to hear Steven Wax, author of Kafka Comes to America: Fighting for Justice in the War on Terror. Steven shines a spotlight on one of the most critical issues faced by Americans today. He is in his sixth term as the Federal Public Defender for the District of Oregon and along with his team he is currently representing seven men held as “enemy combatants” in Guantanamo.
Sound Authors radio show each week is replete with authors from around the country and around the world, each telling their tales, from self-help to fiction, children’s books to thrillers, how-to books to corporate guidebooks. Original music is also featured, along with up-and-coming bands and singer-songwriters. Listen for musician interviews and fresh music each week. No need to run out to your nearest bookstore to find the next great book or CD.
Tune in to Sound Authors every Friday at 1PM EST on Blog Talk Radio at http://www.blogtalkradio.com. Or check out any of the interviews on the web – they are all podcasted within a day or two of the interview. Sound Authors - where authors sound off.
Sound Authors Host Dr. Kent Gustavson’s background is in music, but his career has been in publishing. He is the owner of an independent book publisher, and a publishing consultant around the world. His many CDs and his book are available from his website online, or through the Sound Authors website.
As previously broadcasted on the World Talk Radio Network
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