On the September 30th episode of The O’Reilly Factor, one of the guests was comedian, TV host of Real Time and author Bill Maher. His first novel, the story of a young comedian trying to make it in show business, has recently been released in ebook format for the first time.
On the September 30th episode of Morning Joe, managing editor of Time Magazine Richard Stengel appeared to discuss the cover story on militia groups. His most recent book is a follow-on to the autobiography of Nelson Mandella that he worked on, a collection of wisdom and life lessons he picked up in his discussions with Mandella.
On the September 30th episode of The View, the ladies spoke with financial expert Suze Orman. Her new book is advice for how to maintain financial security in our current challenging investment climate.
On the September 30th episode of Rachael Ray, Nancy Grace was one of the participants adjudicating disputes between feuding couples. Her new book is a thriller novel in which her attorney character Hailey Dean becomes a television personality.
On the September 30th episode of Good Morning America, they spoke with actress and model Jenny McCarthy. Her newest book is an examination of love and relationships and sex from the perspective of her life in show business and before.
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On the September 29th episode of Tavis Smiley, Tavis interviewed novelist and screenwriter James Ellroy. His newest book is non-fiction, his memoir of his own troubled youth, the murder of his mother and how that affected the rest of his difficult life.
On the September 23rd episode of The O’Reilly Factor, Bill spoke with conservative talk show host Laura Ingraham about the ways the way the left talks about the tea party activists. Her newest book is a satirical parody of the First Family as written in their diaries.
On the September 29th episode of The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, freelance journalist Linda Polman was the interview guest. Her new book is an examination of humanitarian aid, the industry that has grown up around it and a frank examination of how much help is afforded the recipients for the money given.
On the September 29th episode of The Dylan Ratigan Show, professor and author Peter Navarro appeared to discuss the economic relationship between the USA and China and how it affects domestic job creation. His new book is about how to overhaul the tax system, increase business investment, slash government spending, control entitlements, and rebuild American manufacturing.
I found a problem in the information gathering scripts that tell me when TV guests have current ebooks out. A case sensitivity problem combined with some odd entries in Amazon to hide some guests. Because of this, a few authors got missed. The problem is now fixed but here is one of those entries that got missed at the time.
On the September 9th episode of The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, author and blogger Meghan McCain was interviewed by Jon. Her new book talks about her experiences on the campaign trail with her father John McCain in 2008.
On the September 29 episode of The Nate Berkus Show, Nate had as a guest journalist, author and co-host of Morning Joe on MSNBC Mika Brzezinski to discuss children’s online habits. Her new book is her own story of her career as a television journalist, how having children affected it and her own struggles with achieving a work/life balance. It is part memoir and part advice to others in similar career situations.
On the September 29 episode of Whatever With Alexis & Jennifer, the ladies spoke with linguistics professor John Locke of CUNY. His most recent book is an examination of eavesdropping – from its history and the psychology of it, to its role in modern life.
On the September 29th episode of Whatever With Alexis & Jennifer, the ladies spoke with long time soap actress from Guiding LightTina Sloan about her new book. It’s about growing older gracefully (and in her case, very publicly) and how to adapt to the changes that happen through the years.
On the September 28th episode of The Last Word, magician, juggler and author Penn Jillette (the larger half of Penn and Teller) appeared to talk about a survey that shows that atheists and agnostics are more generally knowledgable about religion than believers. Penn’s first novel has recently been rereleased in ebook form, a murder mystery told from the perspective of a sock monkey narrator. Seriously
On the September 29 episode of The View, one of the guests was celebutante and reality TV star Nicole Richie. Her newest book, the sequel to her first novel, is about a pampered rich girl who loses everything as her father is disgraced in a financial scandal.
On the September 28 episode of Charlie Rose, Tavis interviewed former President Jimmy Carter. Since leaving office in 1981, he is more known for his humanitarian work such as founding Habitat for Humanity. His new book is an annotated and edited version of the diaries he kept while he was President of the United States.
On the September 28th episode of Tavis Smiley Tavis interviewed founder of the Harlem Children’s Zone Geoffrey Canada. His first book has recently been released in ebook format and contains both history of Canada’s exposure to violence during his childhood and also series of recommendations on how to alleviate violence in inner cities.
On the September 27th episode of Charlie Rose, Charlie interviewed professional surfer Laird Hamilton and journalist Susan Casey. Laird Hamilton’s most recent book is a detailing of his life and philosophy, and how that has allowed him to be at the very top of the surfing world for decades. Susan Casey’s most recent book is an examination of the ocean, and the phenomenon of “rogue waves” of 70 to 100 feet tall. Her subjects include scientists but also those who attempt to surf these waves, including Hamilton.