New York, NY, June 12, 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 Stefan Sagmeister, author of Things I Have Learned In My Life So Far. Stefan is the founder of the New York based Sagmeister Inc. Since 1993, he has designed branding, graphics and packaging for clients as diverse as the Rolling Stones, HBO, the Guggenheim Museum and Time Warner. He is a five time Grammy nominee and actually won a Grammy for the Talking Heads boxed set.
The second guest featured on the show will be Dr. Julia Hallisy, author of The Empowered Patient. Dr. Hallisy is committed to and passionate about the subjects of patient safety and medical error reduction. The Empowered Patient has produced a readable, comprehensive, and above all, a usable guide to the modern healthcare maze. It is crucial to know what to do when seeking healthcare in our complicated and multi-faceted system and this valuable resource will draw a clear path for the reader.
The third guest on the show will be Aaron Lazar, author of Tremolo: Cry Of The Loon. In addition publishing several books, Aaron writes ‘Seedlings’ a monthly column featured in the Futures Mystery Anthology Magazine (FMAM) and the Mysteryfiction.net literary newsletter. His short articles on writing have appeared in Absolute Write, and his short essay, ‘Word Paintings’ was included in the 2007 Bylines Writers' Desk Calendar. Aaron is also the Saturday Writing Essential host on Gather.com.
The musical guest for the show this week will be Molly Mason from the husband and wife duo Jay Ungar and Molly Mason. They perform some of the greatest songs of '60s... 1860s that is. They share a mission of unearthing traditional American fiddle and dance gems from Civil war songs to New England contra songs to country swing tunes and bringing them to a new generation of listeners in search of a simpler time.
Tune in next week, June 20th, to the live show or podcast to hear Raymond Benson, author of A Hard Day's Death. Raymond wrote six original James Bond novels, three film novelizations, and three short stories—all published worldwide. As “David Michaels” Raymond was the author of the NY Times best-sellers Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell—Operation Barracuda. Raymond’s other recent original thrillers are Face Blind, Evil Hours, and Sweetie's Diamonds. An anthology of some of his 007 work will be published in October 2008.
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.
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