Clive Cussler is one of the most popular, prolific and beloved novelists of the past 50 years. Now in his 80s, he describes how his passions power his life, from his work to discover sunken ships to collecting classic cars.
Mary Flynn is an award-winning writer of poetry and fiction and she has a hopeful message for anyone who thinks it’s too late to create the life they love.
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.
Who are you? What is the story of your life? Whatever you think it is, author Mark Matousek says it’s probably a lie! He explains how you can strip away the fantasies of your life and start fresh. It’ll help you become more resilient and creative.
Are we all creative people? Can we learn to be more creative? Can an artist follow specific steps to become a successful creative person? Eric Maisel, one of America’s top creativity coaches, offers tips for pursuing a passion for the arts.
Lately, the number of people digging into their family trees has been skyrocketing, especially among Boomers. Take Joanie Schirm for example, a retired CEO who has reinvented herself as an author and historian after discovering her family’s secrets.
In previous generations, it wasn’t that unusual for families to keep a written record of almost everything. Writer Patricia Charpentier says it’s time for all of us to start doing that again. Find out how to write your life story.
Marilyn Kentz has one of the sharpest, brightest and funniest minds around. She is a comedian, writer, sitcom star, storyteller and a fearless warrior for women. She talks about her outrageous new one-woman show “WIll I Ever Wear a Bikini Again?”
For decades, Gretchen Ganas has been battling cancer. When she was diagnosed in 2012 with what doctors said was a terminal, rare disease, she opted out of chemo in favor of literary therapy. She shares what she’s learned as she faces death.
Have you ever wanted to write your family’s story but you weren’t sure how to get started? Writer Patricia Charpentier says it’s just like eating an elephant — you’ve got to take it one small piece at a time. Find out her tips for getting started.