Glyn Johns has been there for the creation for some of the greatest albums in rock history. This famed sound engineer shares his memories.
Dr. Bill Thomas is on a mission to smash the negative stereotypes of aging once and for all by taking his message on the road. He describes his wildly entertaining Age of Disruption tour and reveals how he’s changing the narrative around aging.
Best-selling author James Patterson says there’s no greater gift a parent or grandparent can give a child than a love of reading. He offers his tips for getting kids hooked on reading and previews his two newest books in the Bolder Books spotlight.
What drew artists like Aretha Franklin, Percy Sledge and the Rolling Stones away from LA and to the small town of Muscle Shoals, Ala? Rick Hall.
James Patterson holds the Guinness world record for most entries on the New York Times best-seller list and regularly tops Forbes’ list of top-earning authors. But what we like most about him is his commitment to improving the image of reading — especially for children.
James Patterson is one of the world’s top selling authors with more than 300 million books sold, and he’s passionate about inspiring readers of all ages.
Babette Hughes will change everything you think you know about aging. The 90-year-old author of four books explains why society has it all wrong when it comes to getting older and why this is without doubt, the most exciting time of her life.
Former Microsoft executive John Wood is on a mission to change lives through the power of books. Find out how his program, Room to Read, is making a difference across the world and why he believes you don’t have to be rich to change lives.
Bill Ferguson is a relationship guru and author who says it’s never too late to reconnect with who you really are. After starting his career as a divorce attorney, Ferguson found fame as a lawyer who could take the conflict out of splitting up.
He’s a Hollywood heavyweight — a comedy writer who has contributed to shows and movies including “Mork and Mindy” and “The Muppets Take Manhattan.” Now, David Misch takes on the history of comedy in “Funny: The Book.”