Best-selling author Michael Crichton talks with Audible's publisher Beth Anderson about his latest book, State of Fear. In this interview, Crichton explains how he came to rethink common wisdom about global warming. In the three year process of writing and researching the book, Crichton witnessed firsthand how difficult it can be to unearth scientific truth in a heavily politicized atmosphere. He warns against fanaticism and explains why a healthy skepticism is imperative in these fearful times.
"Thought provoking and entertaining"
Best-selling author Lemony Snicket (a.k.a. Daniel Handler) recently spoke with Beth Anderson, Audible's publisher, about A Series of Unfortunate Events. He talked about his experience narrating audiobooks, as well as his participation in the movie. You'll hear about his favorite authors and musicians and learn more about the Baudelaire orphans. Whether you are a die-hard fan or new to this fantastically grim and gripping series, this dire dialogue will make you marvelously miserable.
In this engaging and motivating interview, Jack Canfield, the author of The Success Principles and co-author of the phenomenally popular Chicken Soup for the Soul series, talks with Audible's Publisher Beth Anderson about what it really takes to be successful.
"Thank you for the introduction"
In this exclusive interview, best-selling author Elmore Leonard talks with Audible's Beth Anderson about his long and prolific career, his writing process, and what it's like to have an inside track on Hollywood. Leonard has sold most of his books to Hollywood, several of which have been made into movies, including Out of Sight, Jackie Brown, Get Shorty, and its sequel, Be Cool, starring John Travolta and Uma Thurman. Be Cool hits theaters March 4.
"Thank you, Beth."
Robbie Stamp, close friend of Douglas Adams and executive producer of the new The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy film, discusses Adams' life and legacy, and reveals details about the upcoming film.
Best-selling author Debbie Macomber recently spoke with Beth Anderson, Audible's publisher, about The Wyoming Kid. In this new romance from Harlequin, Debbie brings together rancher Lonny Ellison and Joy Fuller, minor characters from her novel Denim and Diamonds.
"pretty good for free"
Armistead Maupin talks to Beth Anderson, Audible's publisher, about the adaptation of his novel The Night Listener. The book and the movie, which stars Robin Williams, Toni Collette, Rory Culkin, and Sandra Oh, were inspired by Maupin's real-life friendship with Anthony Godby Johnson, a young man who'd written a harrowing memoir about being abused, but whose very existence soon came into question. In this interview, Maupin reveals how tricky the overlap between fiction and reality can be.
Online dating has moved from the fringe to the forefront, but many people still have no clue how to find their match in cyberspace. This powerful audio program presents a proven, easy, and fun method for finding love online, while steering clear of Internet dating hazards. Full of practical tips and techniques, this audio course will save you time and frustration by teaching a fool-proof strategy for succeeding at Internet dating.