On July 21st, comedian, talk show host and author Chelsea Handler was a guest on the Tonight Show. Her newest book is a series of essays relating practical jokes, sexual misadventures and public intoxication and/or nudity. In other words, it is a fitting follow-on to her previous books.
On the July 21st episode of Tavis Smiley, he interviewed noted author Alice Walker. Her newest book is a collection of conversations she has held with other authors and cultural figures over the last 40 years.
On the July 21 episode of Good Morning America, author Jane Green was on as a guest discussing her new novel. She had a friend who died of breast cancer, a tragedy that influence and informed the story of this book and she discussed how that made writing this novel more urgent to her.
On the July 19th episode of The Daily Rundown, politician and author John Kasich was on to defend his time as a managing partner at Lehman Brothers. His newest book relates his twenty years of meeting with other men in Columbus Ohio to discuss The Bible and what lessons they have brought to their lives from that.
On the July 20th episode of Countdown, LA journalist and author Jim Moret was on to discuss the Lindsey Lohan trial and sentencing. His newest book is an examination of the preciousness of life in the context of his personal struggles with suicidal feelings.
On the July 19th episode of Countdown, Keith Olbermann talked with security expert and author Richard Clarke about whether broad knowledge about USA intelligence operations represents a security risk. Clarke is currently Chairman of Good Harbor Consulting, and has been a long time public servant in the State Department across many presidential administrations. His newest book examines the current USA state of preparation for cyber attacks.
On the July 19th episode of The Dylan Ratigan Show, publisher and former presidential candidate Steve Forbes appeared to discuss the unemployment legislation and state of joblessness in America. His most recent book is a defense of and celebration of capitalism despite public sentiment in our present economic times.
On the July 20th episode of The Wendy Williams Show, she spoke with politician and TV host Mike Huckabee. He is well known as a former governor of Arkansas and presidential candidate as well as a host of his own program on Fox News. He has several recent books out in ebook format that highlight his conservative view, in the context of the Christmas holiday and in our present American lives.
On the July 20th episode of The View, one of the guests was Mad Men actor Bryan Batt. In addition to acting and writing, he owns an upscale home store in New Orleans. He’s recently published his memoir about growing up in New Orleans with his force-of-nature mother.
On the July 20th episode of Today, one of the guests was best-selling thriller author Daniel Silva. His newest novel is the latest entry in his Gabriel Allon series about an Israeli assassin/detective.
On the July 20th episode of Good Morning America, they interviewed Daphne Oz, the daughter of Dr. Mehmet Oz. Her new book is a diet book aimed at helping college students avoid “The Freshman 15″, the 15 pounds that they typically put on their first year away from home.
On July 18th, one of the guests on Meet the Press was Senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey. His new book is part memoir of growing up in Union City, NJ and part examination of the growing role of the Hispanic population within the United States.
On the July 126h episode of Good Morning America one of the guests was celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse. Emeril’s most recent book is an evangelical tome enouraging the eating of fresh and locally grown food.
On the July 15th episode of Tavis Smiley, he interviewed author and counter-terrorism expert David Kilcullen. His most recent books cover the background of insurgencies and terrorism with discusson of tactics that can be used to meet these threats.
On the July 15th episode of Tavis Smiley, he interviewed author Paul Greenberg. His newest book looks at the four major types of wild fish and looks at their future as a food source and possible threats to their long term future.
On the July 12 episode of the Wendy Williams Show, Wendy interviewed actress and author Eileen Davidson. Davidson has been an actress for almost 30 years in a number of popular roles on soap operas such as Days of Our Lives, The Young and the Restless and the Bold and the Beautiful. Her series of mystery novels is based in the soap opera world.