Highlighting the new release from American Spectator’s founder R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr., How Do We Get Out of Here? Half a Century of Laughter and Mayhem at The American Spectator — From Bobby Kennedy to Donald J. Trump, National Review shares a concise overview of the book, calling it, “a rollicking new memoir that provides
In Tyrus’s new book, Nuff Said, the TV personality, comedian and former WWE star hopes to encourage harmony between those with different political views. In this interview with Fox News Channel, Tyrus discusses this concept, “running on common sense”, and more.
Laura Carney’s My Father’s List: How Living My Dad’s Dreams Set Me Free is featured as one of the “Books by PEOPLE People” in their 2023 Holiday Gift Guide. You can see People’s suggestions here.
Former Defense Department official Kash Patel, author of Government Gangsters: The Deep State, the Truth, and the Battle for Our Democracy reacts to TikTok influencers praising Osama bin Laden on Fox Business’s ‘Kudlow.’ Watch the interview here.
Matthew John Bocchi, author of Sway, recently spoke with Brett Baier on Fox News about disturbing misinformation stemming from TikTok. Watch the interview here.
Cultured Magazine featured Erin Leider-Pariser, author of Get Lost: Seven Principles for Trekking Life with Grace and Other Life Lessons from Kick-Ass Women’s Adventure Travel, and discussed not only her book, but her career journey, her art, and her fascinating life. Read the feature here.
James Keyes, former CEO of Blockbuster Video, sets the record straight about Blockbuster’s demise in his new book Education Is Freedom: The Future Is in Your Hands. Inc. talks with Keyes who provides insight on the truth of the matter. Read the article and their discussion here.
Author of Sheep No More: The Art of Awareness and Attack Survival, Jonathan Gilliam, recently told Breitbart that Americans must “have a plan of action,” in case terrorists strike domestically. Read Jonathan’s thoughts here in the Breitbart story.
Mel Mattison’s debut novel, Quoz: A Financial Thriller, was recently reviewed by Publisher’s Weekly. The review says, “Mattison smartly heightens suspense by cluing in readers to certain details of the book’s central conspiracy before his characters unearth them, and his knowledge of international finance lends weight and authenticity.” Read the full PW review here.
CNBC’s Squawk Box hosted Bradley Tusk, author of Obvious in Hindsight, to discuss how Americans view A.I. and government regulation, the potential and dangers of the technology, the state of politics and election process, the push for mobile voting, and more. Watch the full interview on YouTube.
Fast Company provided a great overview of the new novel from Bradley Tusk, Obvious in Hindsight. Along with details on the book itself, Fast Company also interviewed Bradley about the book’s evolution and inspiration. Check out the article here.
Actor Stephanie Szostak reveals she used to struggle with self-esteem and imposter syndrome, but managed to overcome those challenges. Now she’s sharing tools for building confidence and realizing personal achievements in her new book, Self!sh: Step Into A Journey of Self-Discovery to Revive Confidence, Joy, and Meaning. Watch the interview on the Today show here.
People.Com unveiled details surrounding the forthcoming book by The View co-host, Joy Behar. Calling it a “retrospective book about ‘everyone and everything’”, published by the Post Hill Press imprint Regalo Press, the book promises to share “Behar’s acute powers of observation and her ability to vividly recreate the little details and fleeting moments that make
My Real-Life Rom-Com, the autobiographical book about dating and relationships written by Gen-Z influencer Carrie Berk, is called an “authentic, heartfelt journey through the highs and lows of modern romance” by New York Magazine. Read their full review here.
Adam Berry, author of Goodbye Hello: Processing Grief and Understanding Death Through the Paranormal, recently took Dailymail.Com inside New York’s Morris-Jumel mansion with “very eerie results”. Read the recap here.
Following the release of his book, Welcome to the Stupidpocalypse: Survival Tips for the Dumbageddon, the (self proclaimed) “Internet’s favorite dad”, social media icon Stewart Reynolds (“Brittlestar”), met with Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau. See the tweet and photos here on X (formerly, Twitter).
Dr. Jerome Adams, former Surgeon General of the United States whose tenure coincided with the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, recently spent time with EWTN News Nightly to discuss cold and flu season, the new variant of the virus, and discusses some of the lessons he learned, many of which are also outlined in
Stephanie Szostak’s new book, Self!sh, focuses on mental health, confidence, and joy. She recently sat down with ABC’s GMA3 on World Mental Health Day. Watch her discussion here.
Major General Dana Pittard, author of Hunting the Caliphate, appeared with Amara Walker on CNN discussing the situation in Israel and Gaza. To hear his insight on the matter, watch the video here.
Kash Patel joined David Zere in front of a live studio audience at The America First Warehouse just outside of New York City. Watch the replay of the live stream here. Courtesy of Real America’s Voice.
Kelly Ripa and her podcast guest, Dr. Erika Schwartz, author of the books The New Hormone Solution; The Intimacy Solution, Life Lessons in Sex and Love; and Don’t Let Your Doctor Kill You, How To Beat Physician Arrogance, Corporate Greed, and a Broken System; debunked the social stigmas that menopause is “embarrassing”. See what People.Com
In the article, “How One Woman Navigated The Grief Of Suicide — And What She Hopes It Can Teach Others”, journalist Lucy Kopp spotlights Charlotte Maya’s Sushi Tuesdays: A Memoir of ove, Loss, and Family Resilience. Read it here.
Post Hill Press will publish the book based on Netflix’s upcoming art-scandal documentary, “Made You Look”. Documentary director Barry Avrich will author the book entitled Trust Me, It’s Real. Read more at Page Six.
Carrie Berk (yes, she shares the same name as the “Sex and the City” protagonist, and no, it’s not a coincidence) is a social media star dishing out dating advice in her new tome, My Real-Life Rom-Com: How to Build Confidence and Write Your Own Relationship Rules. Read the New York Post’s thoughts on “how
Dan Bongino’s new autobiography The Gift of Failure is the #10 bestselling audiobook in the nation according to Audible. Check out the full top ten list at ABCnews.go.com.