Books in Three Bytes
Books in Three Bytes 12: Debra Borden
AuthorBytes Cafe gets into the holiday spirit with Three Bytes featuring food therapist and novelist Debra Borden. Host Jordan Rich chats with Debra about her humor-filled books and why cooking therapy is an effective process for improving your life. Debra also fills us in about her forthcoming book, COOK YOUR MARRIAGE HAPPY, while offering suggestions for a happier and easier Thanksgiving. Stay tuned for some delicious listening!
Books in Three Bytes 11: Paul Vidich
Thriller writer Paul Vidich talks with Jordan Rich about why he writes literary cold war espionage novels. The author of the two critically acclaimed books, Paul begins by describing how a family tragedy compelled him to pen his debut novel, AN HONORABLE MAN. He and Jordan then discuss the central characters in spy novels and the moral decisions they face, and why the cold war period has brought us the most engaging of espionage fiction works. Paul is also the author of THE GOOD ASSASSIN.
Books in Three Bytes 10: Leslie Carroll
Bestselling author Leslie Carroll has long entertained readers in several genres, including historical fiction and nonfiction. Her focus on strong female characters in such books as ROYAL AFFAIRS, NOTORIOUS ROYAL ROMANCES, ROYAL PAINS, and CONFESSIONS OF MARIES ANTOINETTE bring the historical times and the women to life for contemporary readers. Leslie explains what draws her to writing about the women in her books, how and why her approach has caught on so well with readers, and the...
Books in Three Bytes 9: Leslie Klinger
Today the AuthorBytes Café turns to the dark side with author Leslie S. Klinger, a well-known authority on the horror genre. Consider Dracula, Frankenstein, and H.P. Lovecraft, what makes the supernatural sell? Listen to why we love to be scared and the reasons these books and authors remain important and eminently readable.
Books in Three Bytes 8: Laura Spinella
How does an author turn a standalone novel into a trilogy? Novelist Laura Spinella was asked to do just that with her #1 Bestseller, GHOST GIFTS. Listen to Laura’s take on how the GHOST GIFTS trilogy evolved: the timelines, plotlines, and deadline pressures.
Books in Three Bytes 7: Dr. R. Douglas Fields
Meet Dr. R. Douglas Fields, noted neuroscientist and author of WHY WE SNAP: Understanding the Rage Circuit in Your Brain. Dr. Fields explains to podcast host Jordan Rich what "snapping" means, the cultural and gender influences that cause people to snap, and what neuroscience can teach us about why people lose control as well as what we can do about it.
Books in Three Bytes 6: Jacquelyn Mitchard
In this episode, Jordan Rich talks to New York Times bestselling novelist Jacquelyn Mitchard, author of THE DEEP END OF THE OCEAN and many others. Jacquelyn explains how a book written in the 1940s may have been the greatest influence on her career as a writer — and as a mother.
Books in Three Bytes 5: Alice Hoffman
In this episode, host Jordan Rich interviews Alice Hoffman, New York Times bestselling author of more than 30 novels, as well as books of short fiction and works for young adults. Alice discusses her new book, RULES OF MAGIC, the prequel to the national bestseller PRACTICAL MAGIC.
Books in Three Bytes 4: Bruce Henderson
In this episode, #1 New York Times bestselling non-fiction author Bruce Henderson speaks with host Jordan Rich about his latest book, SONS AND SOLDIERS: The Untold Story of the Jews Who Escaped the Nazis and Returned with the U.S. Army to Fight Hitler.
Books in Three Bytes 3: Anita Diamant
Books in Three Bytes host Jordan Rich speaks with Anita Diamant, who's penned a number of critically-acclaimed bestselling novels including THE RED TENT, GOOD HARBOR, and THE BOSTON GIRL, and others. Learn three rewarding elements of Anita's writing career.
Books in Three Bytes 2: David Morrell
Podcast host Jordan Rich speaks with David Morrell, author of 28 novels, including FIRST BLOOD, which would later become the basis of the successful Rambo film franchise. A master of many writing styles, most notably thrillers, David’s work has been translated into 26 languages.
Books in Three Bytes 1: Lauren B. Davis
In this episode, Jordan Rich interviews novelist Lauren B. Davis, author of The Stubborn Season, which is now celebrating its 15th anniversary. Jordan and Lauren discuss three elements of the novel that are more relevant today than ever.