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Best Wins Literary Corner podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
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Updated February 2020
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John Saul has been a New York Times bestselling author since 1977. He has written 37 thrillers. His books cover the genres of psychological, occult, scientific and paranormal thrillers. John Saul's Blackstone Chronicles was a best selling serialized novel and best selling adventure computer game. Cry for the Strangers was made into a film. He has a…
 
Nashville native Jeff Zentner became a metaphorical rock star rather than a literal one. His debut novel, 2016’s THE SERPENT KING, received starred reviews in Publisher’s Weekly and Kirkus Reviews. It seemed like every media outlet that compiled a Best of 2016 list put his book on it. It won the William C. Morris award from the American Library Ass…
 
Bruce Coville has published 105 books for children and young adults, including the international bestseller My Teacher is an Alien, the“Unicorn Chronicles” series, and Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher. His stories have won Children's Choice awards in a dozen states and the film version of his book Aliens Ate My Homework can currently be seen on Netf…
 
A professional writer for more than forty years, Yarbro has sold over eighty books, more than seventy works of short fiction, and more than three dozen essays, introductions, and reviews. She also composes serious music. Her first professional writing - in 1961-1962 - was as a playwright for a now long-defunct children's theater company. By the mid…
 
Jennifer Wolfe worked as a phlebotomist, a fiction writing teacher, a copywriter, and ran a concert venue before quitting to move to Los Angeles, where she performed odd jobs in the film industry for a decade. She now divides her time between Los Angeles and Portland, Oregon, where she lives with her husband and a couple long-legged dogs. WATCH THE…
 
Michael Mahin is a children’s author, aspiring screenwriter, and recovering preacher’s kid. His debut picture book Muddy: The Story of Blues Legend Muddy Waters (Atheneum) earned many honors, including being named an NPR Best Book of 2017 and a New York Times Best Illustrated Book of 2017. His first produced horror movie, REBORN, directed by Julian…
 
Anthony Misiano began acting at the age of 14 and has since performed in dozens of stage productions throughout Southern California. As of 2008 he left theatre work to pursue acting on camera, and began producing and directing films through his company, Inventive Works. Join the Thorne & Cross newsletter for updates, book deals, specials, exclusive…
 
Mark Macjiewski (It's pronounced Maw-chee-es-key)follows up I AM FARTACUS with his hilarious and heartwarming sequel: ELECTRIC BOOGERLOO, where Chub and his group of misfit friends—including some new recruits—try to track down the school’s missing mascot. Mark lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife and four kids. They have 2 dogs, 2 frogs, 6 gl…
 
Before his thrillers landed him on The New York TimesBestseller list, Kevin O’Brien was a railroad inspector who worked all the live long day and wrote novels at night. His job took him all over the Pacific Northwest, and he wrote most of his first novel in Best Westerns and Red Lions. The result, ACTORS was translated into three languages. Kevin’s…
 
Chandra Prasad’s first young adult novel, DAMSELFFY, was published by Scholastic in 2018. School Library Journal says, “Prasad’s [YA] debut is a compelling modern-day adventure,” while Booklist hails it “a compulsive read.” Damselfly is currently being implemented in middle school and high school curricula across the country as a modern “parallel r…
 
R.G. Belsky is an author of crime fiction and a journalist in New York City. His newest mystery, YESTERDAY'S NEWS, is the first in a series featuring Clare Carlson, the news director for a New York City TV station. He also penned the Gil Malloy series about a hard-driving newspaper reporter with a penchant for breaking big stories on the front page…
 
Keven McQueen was born in Richmond, KY. He is an instructor in the Department of English at Eastern Kentucky University and the author of 17 books on topics such as the supernatural, biography, natural disasters, historical true crime and what he likes to call "real life surrealism." Join the Thorne & Cross newsletter for updates, book deals, speci…
 
Laurie Ann Thompson is a former software engineer who now writes for children and young adults to help her readers—and herself—make better sense of the world. She strives to write nonfiction that gives wings to active imaginations and fiction that taps into universal human truths. She lives near Seattle, Washington, and is an active member of the S…
 
James Ziskin is the author of the Anthony® and Macavity Award-winning Ellie Stone Mysteries. His books have also been finalists for the Edgar®, Barry, and Lefty awards. A linguist by training, he studied Romance Languages and Literature at the University of Pennsylvania. After completing his graduate degree, he worked in New York as a photo-news pr…
 
Jeffrey Konvitz was born in New York City, but after graduating from Cornell University and Columbia Law School, he headed to Los Angeles, where he lives and works as an entertainment finance attorney, producer, and novelist. His first published novel was The Sentinel, which rose to Number 2 on the New York Times Mass Market Best Seller List. The S…
 
Michael Mahin is a children’s author, aspiring screenwriter, and recovering preacher’s kid. His debut picture book Muddy: The Story of Blues Legend Muddy Waters (Atheneum) earned many honors, including being named an NPR Best Book of 2017 and a New York Times Best Illustrated Book of 2017. His first produced horror movie, REBORN, directed by Julian…
 
Adam Marsh was an editor and agent at Reece Halsey North Literary Agency, and brings to his work a passion for storytelling and the knowledge of what it takes to publish in today's competitive market. Adam has taught classes and delivered presentations at numerous writers conferences and universities, including the Maui Writers Conference, Santa Ba…
 
Brenda Drake is a New York Times bestselling author of Thief of Lies (Library Jumpers #1), Guardian of Secrets (Library Jumpers #2), Touching Fate (Fated Series #1), and Cursing Fate (Fated Series #2). She grew up the youngest of three children, an Air Force brat, and the continual new kid at school. She hosts workshops and contests for writers suc…
 
Lis Wiehl is one of the nation’s most prominent trial lawyers and highly regarded commentators. She was a legal analyst and reporter on the Fox News Channel for 15 years. She is also a Professor of Law at New York Law School. Prior to joining Fox News Channel Wiehl served as a legal analyst and reporter for NBC News and NPR’s All Things Considered.…
 
James hails originally from Yorkshire, England having relocated with his family to Houston, Texas in 2010. He has an honors degree in Zoology and a background in sales, marketing and business. His writing style and story telling has already been compared to James Herbert, Richard Laymon, Stephen King, Dan Brown and Robert Ludlum. An Affiliate Membe…
 
Cindy Callaghan is both an award-winning writer and business professional. Her writing niche is ‘tween girls. Few other writers today match Cindy’s prowess in this genre. “I just ‘get’ them,” she says. “Somewhere inside me, I think maybe I still am one.” Her books: Just Add Magic (2010), Lost in London (2013), Lucky Me (2014)/Lost in Ireland (2016)…
 
Paul Tremblay is the author of A Head Full of Ghosts, Disappearance at Devil's Rock, The Little Sleep, No Sleep Till Wonderland, and his latest novel, The Cabin at the End of the World. He is a member of the board of directors of the Shirley Jackson Awards, and his essays and short fiction have appeared in the Los Angeles Times and numerous "year's…
 
Steve Berry is a New York Times and #1 internationally bestselling author of 15 novels. His books have been translated into 40 languages with 20,000,000 copies in 51 countries. They consistently appear in the top echelon of The New York Times, USA Today, and Indie bestseller lists. He has just released The Bishop's Pawn. In addition, he is a foundi…
 
Born in England, Children's book author Amanda M. Thrasher moved to Texas, resides there still. Author of several children’s books including picture books, middle-grade chapter books, YA and a reader’s theater titled What If… A Story of Shattered Lives. Amanda conducts workshops. Shares her writing process with children of all ages, contributes to …
 
After two decades working for a top luxury retailer, Diane Vallere traded fashion accessories for accessories to murder. She started her own detective agency at age ten and has maintained a passion for shoes, clues, and clothes ever since. Diane Vallere writes five humorous mystery series: The award-winning Samantha Kidd Mystery Series features for…
 
Penelope Wright is the author of contemporary YA novel NO USE FOR A NAME (Reputation Books, 2016). Originally from the east coast, Wright graduated summa cum laude from University of Washington in Seattle. She lives with her husband and children north of Seattle and has two new YA novels in search of an agent and publisher. www.penelopewright.com R…
 
Dan Howard was born Daniel Earl Javorsky in Berlin and immigrated to the US. He has been, among other things, a delivery boy, musician, product rep in the chemical entertainment industry, university music teacher, software salesman, copy editor, proofreader, and novelist. His novels include Down Solo and Trust Me, and a sequel to Down Solo called D…
 
Randall Silvis is the internationally acclaimed author of over a dozen novels, one story collection, and one book of narrative nonfiction. Also a prize-winning playwright, a produced screenwriter, and a prolific essayist, he has been published and produced in virtually every field and genre of creative writing. His numerous essays, articles, poems …
 
Brendan Duffy is the author of THE STORM KING and HOUSE OF ECHOES. In 2015 he was featured in Refinery29's "21 New Authors You Need to Know". He lives in New York, where he's at work on his next novel. Join the Thorne & Cross newsletter for updates, book deals, specials, exclusives, and upcoming guests on Thorne & Cross: Haunted Nights LIVE! or vis…
 
Young Adult Cafe host Laura More welcomes Lauren Baratz-Logsted to the studio. Lauren grew up in Monroe, CT, where her mother and father owned a drugstore. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut at Storrs, where she majored in psychology. She is the author of numerous novels, including THE THIN PINK LINE for adults and most recently a Y…
 
With a long history of radio and TV experience spanning the 70s through the 90s, with the addition of full-time voiceover work, Kevin Pierce read a blog post one day near the end of 2012. The article mentioned the company ACX so he checked it out, learned the ropes, and accepted his first gig. He produced the audiobook, gained the rights and receiv…
 
Derek McFadden is a fiction editor, a former March Of Dimes Ambassador, the author of the poetry collection Prose From A Grandson To A Senior Fellow, and a contributor to the short-story anthology Cast No Shadows (Curiosity Quills Press). His novel What Death Taught Terrence awaits its agent, publisher, and readers. Alex Dolan is the author of The …
 
Carolyn Cohagan began her writing career as a stand-up comic, performing in comedy clubs all over the world, including New York, Chicago, London, and Amsterdam. Carolyn’s first novel, THE LOST CHILDREN (Simon & Schuster, 2010,) was nominated for a Massachusetts Children’s Book Award. She has a BA in Art History from Barnard and an MA in Writing fro…
 
BARON R. BIRTCHER spent a number of years as a professional musician, and founded an independent record label and management company. Critics have hailed Baron's writing as "the real deal" (Publishers Weekly), and his plots as "taut, gritty, and powerfully con-trolled" (Kirkus Reviews). His first two novels (Roadhouse Blues and Ruby Tuesday) are Lo…
 
Vivian Schilling is the author of the acclaimed novels Quietus and Sacred Prey, as well as a screenwriter, producer and director of independent films. She recently completed work as co-writer and producer of the French documentary “Bonobos: Back to the Wild” and is currently at work on her third novel. Join the Thorne & Cross newsletter for updates…
 
J.L. Bourne is a retired military officer and national best selling author of the horror series, DAY BY DAY ARMAGEDDON, and dystopian thriller, TOMORROW WAR. With twenty two years of active military and intelligence community service behind him, J.L. brands a realistic and unique style of fiction. J.L. lives on the Gulf Coast but is sometimes spott…
 
Louise Cypress believes in friendship, true love, and the everlasting power of books. She has never met a vampire, but she has been to a Love Sucks concert on Valentine’s Day. Louise can often be found curled up with a romance novel on Saturday night, diet soda in hand, secretly wishing bustles were back in fashion. Louise lives in San Diego, Calif…
 
By the age of 30, Christopher Rice published four New York Times bestselling thrillers and was named one of People Magazine’s Sexiest Men Alive. He’s a Lambda Literary Award winner and has been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a Novel twice. He is also the co-host and executive producer of The dinner Party Show with C…
 
Chesya Burke has published nearly a hundred fiction pieces and articles within the genres of science fiction, fantasy and horror. Her story collection, Let’s Play White, is being taught in universities around the country, and her novel, The Strange Crimes of Little Africa, is garnering critical acclaim. Poet Nikki Giovanni compared her writing to t…
 
Paddy Eger entered the world of professional writing in 2000. Her publishing credits include dozens of newspaper and magazine articles, web and education blog articles, invented math games, books for use in the K-8 Classroom, and a YA ballet trilogy. Paddy's newly released TASMAN: An Innocent Convict’s Struggle for Freedom, is an historical adventu…
 
Kit Bakke, a native Seattleite, knows that successful democracies are built on informed and principled dissent. Before college, she was part of the rowdier wing of the 1960s antiwar movement where she participated in lots of antiwar and civil rights demonstrations, lived in communes, tripped on LSD, went to jail in Chicago, visited Cuba in 1969, an…
 
Christopher Moore is the author of international bestsellers, Lamb, A Dirty Job, and You Suck. His latest novel, Noir will be released April 17th 2018. Chris was born in Toledo, Ohio and grew up in Mansfield, Ohio. His father was a highway patrolman and his mother sold major appliances at a department store. He attended Ohio State University and Br…
 
Jill Orr is the author of The Good Byline, the first in the Riley Ellison mystery series. A member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and International Thriller Writers, Orr lives in Columbia, Missouri with her husband and two children. The Bad Break is her second novel. Alex Dolan is the author of The Euthanist and The Empress of Tem…
 
Kim Haas Savage was born and raised in Massachusetts, on the South Shore. Happiest around adults, who often forgot she was there, she spent days eavesdropping on gossipy moms in lawn chairs and nights listening under the table during tipsy Scrabble parties. Her dad read to me night, and eventually and early, she read to herself, everywhere. For a w…
 
KJ Howe was born in Toronto, Canada, but spent much of her early years in Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and the Caribbean. While abroad, she read every book she could find, which triggered in her a desire to create her own stories. She attended Salzburg International Preparatory School, Neuchâtel Junior College, and Albert College before earning…
 
RICHARD CHRISTIAN MATHESON is an acclaimed bestselling author and screenwriter/executive producer for television and film. He has worked with Steven Spielberg, Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Bryan Singer and many others on Emmy winning miniseries, feature films and hit series. His critically-hailed, dark psychological fiction has appeared in 125 major …
 
Mark from Sentinel Intel Group joins me to discuss the practical value of open source intelligence and how it will help you prepare. Sentinel Intel Group is a veteran owned business that supplies the average citizen with intelligence from around the globe, in a concise and easy to read format. We provide our subscribers a compressed, and to the poi…
 
Catherine Pelonero is the author of the New York Timesbestseller, Kitty Genovese: A True Account of a Public Murder and Its Private Consequences, a nonfiction book about the notorious 1964 murder case. Kitty Genovese twice made the New York Times Best Sellers list, reaching #10 in crime and punishment and #1 on Amazon in biography and memoir. As a …
 
On this special edition of Practical Prepping. Period. I have pulled together a top tier group of specialists to break down what a collapse level event...the real deal apocalypse...might look like in REAL TIME in today's world. This group is made up of brave men and women that have been and, in some cases, still are on the front lines of the every …
 
Meet the founders of Multicultural Children's Book Day: Mia Wenjen, a mom and founder of PragmaticMom. Mia is half Japanese and half Chinese American and married to a Korean American. Valarie Budayr is a mom and founder of Jump Into a Book blog. Valarie is Muslim, originally from Sweden and speaks 5 languages including Arabic. These women saw a nee…
 
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