People.com highlighted three of the best and most unbelievable stories from Craig Schmell’s new book, “The Uninvited: How I Crashed My Way Into Finding Myself.” From Grammys to Bono: 3 Wild Stories from Notorious Gate Crasher Craig Schmell’s New Book
The November 27th issue of InTouch Magazine gives an “A” to The Uninvited by Craig Schmell:
Jihad Watch director Robert Spencer, author of Confessions of an Islamophobe, appeared on Fox’s Ingraham Angle on October 31, 2017 to discuss the jihad massacre perpetrated by Islamic jihaist Sayfullo Saipov that day in New York City.
Country music icon Willie Nelson recently phoned Jackie Martling to congratulate Jackie on the release of his biography, The Joke Man: Bow to Stern. “If your new book is as good as your jokes, you’ll sell nine-trillion of them!”
“Dancing With the Stars” alum Terra Jolé chats with Access Hollywood Live’s Natalie Morales and Kit Hoover and shares who she wants to see win Season 25 of the dance competition show. Check out the video and watch more here.
Conservative news media powerhouse Breitbart called the new book from Lisa De Pasquale, The Social Justice Warrior Handbook: A Practical Survival Guide for Snowflakes, Millennials, and Generation Z, a “must read for social justice warriors and those who laugh at them.” From the article, “How funny is Lisa De Pasquale’s new Social Justice Warrior Handbook? So
Marc Buoniconti, author of “Undefeated: From Tragedy to Triumph,” shared his powerful story of adversity and courage in a new article for the Miami Herald. Marc explained how his paralyzing football accident saved his life, and how his personal journey energizes the mission of The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis. Read the article here: http://www.miamiherald.com/living/health-fitness/article177562581.html
Terra Jolé, star of “Little Women: LA,” talked with Entertainment Tonight Online recently about the details revealed in her new memoir, “Fierce at Four Foot Two.”Jolé talked about making the book an authentic reflection of herself, and opened up about the struggles and triumphs of working in Hollywood as a little person. Read the full article
Post Hill Press remains well-known for its history of success landing influential media hits for its authors. This fall, Post Hill Press authors have made dynamic appearances across a variety of media platforms, from Broadway.com to the Wall Street Journal. Undefeated: From Tragedy to Triumph by Marc Buoniconti PARADE – September 17, 2017 NEW
Lt. Gen. Rick Lynch speaks out on the NFL national anthem protests in a new op-ed for Fox News. Lynch, author of “Work Hard, Pray Hard: The Power of Faith in Action,” encourages Americans to take two knees in prayer rather than one knee in protest. Read the full op-ed here: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/09/29/instead-taking-knee-in-protest-take-two-knees-in-prayer.html
Burgess Owens visited the Sean Hannity Show recently to discuss the NFL ‘take a knee’ controversy. Owens is the author of national bestseller, “Liberalism or How to Turn Good Men into Whiners, Weenies, and Wimps.”
Kurt Schlichter, author of “Conservative Insurgency,” speaks about changes in the conservative movement in a new column for Townhall. He describes the negative effects that these changes have had on the American people, and discusses how we can fight back against them. “Conservative Insurgency” will be available in paperback October 24, 2017. Read the full
Marc Buoniconti, author of “Undefeated: From Tragedy to Triumph,” visited Fox & Friends to share the story of how he turned his paralyzing football injury into a tale of triumph. Buoniconti discussed his opinions on football, what it has given his family, and what it has taken away. Watch the full interview below.
Jill and Amanda Madenberg, mother-daughter duo and co-authors of “Love the Journey to College,” recently contributed to an article in The Wall Street Journal about resources for students navigating the college search. Jill Madenberg, an educational consultant, shared expertise on choosing the right college while 19-year-old Amanda discussed her personal experience applying to schools. Read
Artie Lange, who wrote the foreword for Jackie Martling’s new book “The Joke Man: Bow to Stern,” chatted with Radar Online about the influence Martling had on him as a comedian. He explained that Martling, rather than Howard Stern, influenced his style and career during his time on The Howard Stern Show. “The Joke Man” will be
Bobby Goldstein, a contributor to “XX v XY: The Final World War,” talked with the Dallas Observer about how he came up with the idea for the novel, which was released September 12. The novel takes place in future America and revolves around Goldstein’s belief that if women ran the world, there would be no
The debut book from US Navy SEAL, FBI Special Agent, Federal Air Marshal and Security Contractor Jonathan T. Gilliam entitled Sheep No More soared to #11 overall moments after it went on pre-sale in late August. Jonathan brings his unique professional perspective to teach you the art of awareness and attack avoidance by sharing unconventional warfare
“The Hamilton Cookbook” by Laura Kumin was showcased on Broadway.com’s Odds & Ends this week. The book, out November 21, will give readers the recipes, tips, and historical information they need to eat just like Alexander Hamilton did in the 18th century. Find the feature here: http://www.broadway.com/buzz/189467/odds-ends-dine-like-your-favorite-founding-father-with-the-hamilton-cookbook-aaron-tveit-led-company-extends-run-more/
Dr. Paul Vincent Moschetta, author of “Do No Harm,” recently discussed his debut novel with 27 East. Dr. Moschetta described how a man he worked with during his career as a clinical social worker and psychotherapist inspired the protagonist in “Do No Harm.” The article appeared in The East Hampton Press and The Southampton Press
Super Bowl XV champion Burgess Owens weighs in on a recent poll revealing the cause of the NFL’s dwindling viewership last season. Courtesy of Fox and Friends.
Frank Miniter, author of “Kill Big Brother,” defends the Second Amendment right to bear arms in a new op-ed for Fox News. Miniter responds to a recent federal appeals court decision that stopped the local Washington, D.C. government from limiting people’s ability to carry concealed handguns. http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/07/27/huge-week-for-guns-federal-circuit-court-has-done-what-supreme-court-would-not.html
Patrick Bisher, author of “No Surrender: Faith, Family, and Finding Your Way,” visited Fox & Friends to share his story of adversity and triumph. After overcoming a crippling childhood condition and a devastating training accident to become a Navy SEAL, Bisher now uses his story to offer inspiration to others facing adversity. Watch the segment
Dr. Jennifer Stagg, integrative medical practitioner and author of “Unzip Your Genes: 5 Choices to Reveal A Radically Radiant You,” contributed to a recent article in the New York Post about “pre-pregnant” women who make lifestyle changes such as giving up alcohol and processed foods prior to conceiving. Dr. Stagg discussed the impact of stress
Burgess Owens, former NFL player and author of “Liberalism or How to Turn Good Men into Whiners, Weenies and Wimps,” appeared on Fox & Friends to respond to a recent opinion piece in The Chicago Tribune that criticized the national anthem in defense of quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Watch Owens’s appearance here: http://video.foxnews.com/v/5510194950001/?playlist_id=930909787001#sp=show-clips
Brian Cuban, author of the memoir “The Addicted Lawyer: Tales of the Bar, Booze, Blow and Redemption,” along with other lawyers recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, recently contributed to a New York Times article about a successful Silicon Valley attorney who lost his life to drug abuse. Read the article here: https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/07/15/business/lawyers-addiction-mental-health.html