Bedside Reading’s Authors that Thrive is a podcast show that provides you exclusive access to top writers across the globe and how they are thriving through their writing, their passions and their lives.
HOSTED by Lou Diamond
Growing up in a village with a population of three hundred and six, there were more books in the local library than people in town. A.M. Caplan used to concoct increasingly elaborate schemes to “borrow” the thriller titles she wasn’t allowed to read. Eventually she gave up her life of crime and went straight, putting all her ill-gotten knowledge to use, resulting in Echoes, Reverberation, and Dead Quiet, the page-turning Echoes Trilogy.
Listen to A.M Caplan on Bedside Reading's Authors That Thrive.
"THE BIG BOOK OF SILLY JOKES FOR KIDS 2"
Carole P. Roman is the award-winning author of over fifty children's books. Whether it's pirates, princesses, and spies, or discovering the world around us, her books have enchanted educators, parents, and her diverse audience of children.
Her best selling -- The big book of silly jokes for kids now has a sequel...and we’ll chat about it today.
Please welcome Carol P. Roman to Bedside Reading's Authors That Thrive.
EYE OF THE MOON
IVAN OBOLENSKY grew up regaled by tales of his aristocratic and trailblazing ancestors while surrounded by high society. He was inspired at an early age by intrigue, mystery and adventure. He brings his love of storytelling to his writing. Eye of the Moon is his first novel.
SEX, LOVE & COPS
Wendy Wilkins an award winning actress and filmmaker shifts to writing her memoir -- Sex, Love & Cops, which is about her five years as a young cop in Melbourne, Australia where she discovered her first arrest, first love, first murder, cop culture, cops and guns, and a even a #metoo moment.
She shares her story with Lou Diamond on Bedside Reading Authors That Thrive
Raised in Los Angeles, Carla Malden began her career working in motion picture production and development before becoming a screenwriter. Along with her father, Academy Award–winning actor Karl Malden, she coauthored his critically acclaimed memoir, When Do I Start?. More recently, Malden published AfterImage: A Brokenhearted Memoir of A Charmed Life, a fiercely personal account of battling the before and surviving the after of losing her first husband to cancer. Carla's new book is "Search Heartache"
THE ART OF DYING
Award-winning author Derik Cavignano revisits his popular character Detective Ray Hanley in The Art of Dying
A native of Boston and a writer since high school, Derik Cavignano's novels include “The Righteous and the Wicked” and “Colony of the Lost” (a 2016 Silver Falchion Award finalist for best horror). His upcoming crime thriller, The Art of Dying, he chats with Lou Diamond about on Bedside Reading's Authors That Thrive.