Category Archives: Non-Fiction

Ep87 – Gory Details – Erika Engelhaupt

On today’s episode, we’ll be speaking with Erika Engelhaupt, author of Gory Details: Adventures From the Dark Side of Science. Filled to the brim with far-out facts, this wickedly informative narrative from the author of National Geographic’s popular Gory Details blog takes us on a fascinating journey through

Ep86 – Dear Kamala – Dr. Peggy Brooks-Bertram

On today’s episode, we’ll be speaking with Dr. Peggy Brooks-Bertram, author of, Dear Kamala: Women Write to the New Vice President. As the first woman of color elected as the Vice President of the United States, Kamala Harris broke through many barriers and made history, energizing

Ep83 – Edge of the Map – Johanna Garton

Happy 2021! Today’s episode is for all you mountain climbers out there… both physical and metaphorical. We’re joined by Johanna Garton, author of Edge of the Map: The Mountain Life of Christine Boskoff. It’s a dramatic and inspiring adventure story based on the lives of

Ep82 – CABLOG – Dege Legg

On today’s episode, we speak with Dege Legg, multi-talented rock musician and author of, CABLOG – Diary of a Cabdriver. In this fuel-injected work of creative nonfiction, Grammy-nominated musician and award-winning writer Dege Legg aka Brother Dege recounts five years behind the wheel while documenting the

Ep81 – Api’s Berlin Diaries – Gabrielle Robinson

On today’s episode, Gabrielle Robinson shares her latest book entitled, Api’s Berlin Diaries: My Quest To Understand My Grandfather’s Nazi Past. After her mother’s death, Gabrielle found her grandfather’s diaries and discovered that he had been a member of the Nazi party. Her memoir juxtaposes

Ep80 – Eris Rising – Courtney Ramm

On today’s episode, author Courtney Ramm shares her unique and inspirational memoir, Eris Rising. Courtney was one of 229 offspring born from the controversial “Genius Sperm Bank”, a genetic experiment that existed in the 1980s and ’90s. With a predisposition for “genius”, Courtney found herself driven

Ep78 – Winning Conditions – Christine Hofbeck

On today’s episode, public speaker, former Survivor contestant, and now author Christine Hofbeck shares her new book entitled, Winning Conditions, which is a joyful, insightful, and empowering read about delivering your work and ideas so that they (and you!) are more likely to be recognized,

Ep76 – Saving Sara: A Memoir of Food Addiction – Sara Somers

On today’s episode, Sara Somers shares her person journey overcoming food addition. In her latest book, Saving Sara, she accounts her nearly fifty year battle. Her memoir is brutally honest and intimate. Somers offers readers an inside view of a food addict’s mind, showcasing her

Ep74 – The 100% Solution – Solomon Goldstein-Rose

On today’s episode, Solomon Goldstein-Rose — a leading millennial climate activist, former Massachusetts state representative, and author of The 100% Solution. The world must reach negative greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 to avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change. Yet no single plan has

Ep73 – The Five Core Conversations for Couples – Julia & David Bullitt

Post-Covid, experts are predicting an increase in births. You know what they’re also predicting? An increase in divorces! But before you and your at-home confined significant other reach the tipping point, co-authors Julie and David Bullit share, The Five Core Conversations for Couples, which may