Words To Mouth is an author interview talk show where readers meet authors beyond the printed page…and win FREE books.
Come discover new and seasoned authors and the books they write. Carrie Runnals understands the challenges of being a busy woman juggling work-life balance. She scours the literary market and keeps a pulse on new book releases for you. Hear about the latest must-read novels and nonfiction as Carrie gets the answers to questions you want asked with authors you’d love to meet. She goes beyond the book subject, not only pulling plot and inspiration, but delving deeper into what makes the author tick.
Carrie interviews authors across genres from light chick lit and romance to memoirs, historical fiction, and mystery—even nonfiction books on family and relationships. So, take Words To Mouth along as you multi-task through your active days, then pop on the website and enter to win free copies of the books that most intrigue you. Or if you can’t wait, simply purchase the hardback/paperback copies online through convenient links to top booksellers. Carrie provides both audio and transcribed interviews—so you can access the information in your preferred method—as well as book excerpts and reviews and the opportunity to interact with other book lovers online.
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WTM 060: EASY ON THE EYES, Jane Porter
Visit The Words To Mouth Website to Enter to Win a FREE Copy of EASY ON THE EYES
Easy on the Eyes (from Jane's Website)At 38, Tiana Tomlinson has ...
WTM 059: Postpartum Depression for Dummies & Pregnant on Prozac, by Dr. Shoshanna Bennett, Ph.D.
I interviewed Dr. Shoshana Bennett, Ph.D. longer ago than I'd like to admit. To be honest, I ran into some editing issues with the sound quality and some phone interference...
WTM 058: Rooftops of Tehran, Mahbod Seraji
Come along as Mahbod Seraji leads us on a familiar coming-of-age journey in a distant land threatened with revolution. At...
Wonderful Information AND Awesome Company in the Night!
I just found this amazing podcast about a month ago. I listen to two or three episodes just about every night on my iPod while I'm in bed. I have a hard time getting my mind, and the stresses from my life, to quiet down enough to be able to fall asleep at night. My remedy is to listen to "Words to Mouth". Carrie has such a sweet and kind demeanor, and she is a great interviewer as well. Carrie brings out the best in her guests, and her guests are then able to deliciously describe their books to all of us in the audience. As I listen to the podcast, I relax and forget about my troubles. I listen to about two or three of Carrie's episodes, and then I am relaxed enough to fall asleep, as I begin to dream about the book that the author and Carrie just talked about. The next day, I often get up and go put the book titles, that I just heard about the night before, on my list of books to read! Thanks so much Carrie for a great podcast, great authors, and wonderful sleep "medicine" to help me relax enough to get some sleep!!! A Loyal Fan, Lucinda (Cindy) Erickson
I would love this if I could listen without adjusting the volume for each speaker
One person's voice is often much louder than the other's. Soft-spoken people cannot be heard without making the other person (usually the host) sound like they are yelling in my ear/car/kitchen. Would love to hear these, but just can't keep my finger on the dial for 45 minutes.
William P. Young Interview ...
Hey Carrie! ... I'm a new listener and I so enjoyed your interview with William P. Young, author of The Shack! Keep up the good work and have a great day!