Interview With Roberto Tostado, MD, Author of “wtf* is wrong with our health?”!

dr tostado and book.pngPeople generally become doctors because they want to save lives. They want to help people. But what if a doctor didn’t feel he was truly making a difference? What if he didn’t believe he was helping people? Take Roberto Tostado, MD, a physician of nearly 30 years, entrepreneur, and author of wtf* is wrong with our health? *what the food: A Rebel Physician’s Manifesto for Reversing Disease and Read the rest

Interview With Lou Alpert, Author of “Surrender: A Love Letter to My Daughter”!

lou apert and bookWhen most people who know and don’t know Lou Alpert read her memoir, Surrender: A Love Letter to My Daughter, they want to hug her. The new book, published by Hybrid Global, captures the compelling journey of opioid addiction through the lens of a mother. In December 2017, CNN broke the story of Crystal Champ, a homeless heroin at the time, who surrendered her baby to a … Read the rest

Interview With “MY JOB” book series Curator & Entrepreneur Suzanne Skees!

suzanne skees and bookJobs will always be a hot topic. You might hate or love your job or you’re struggling to find a job, you despise your job’s commute, you loathe your boss—or maybe you actually think highly of your boss, you have a crush on a colleague, you’re frustrated with HR, you need someone to look at your  resume/cover letter, you got a referral—see, so many thing to talk about! And it … Read the rest

Interview With “Billboard” Filmmaker Zeke Zelker!

zeke and billboardYou probably have heard about actors getting into shape for a role, but what about directors and producers? Award-winning and critically acclaimed filmmaker of more than 20 years, Zeke Zelker, ran a marathon when making his new movie Billboard, which proved effective. “I didn’t only want to attach myself mentally and creatively,” the Pennsylvanian said to So Booking Cool. “I also wanted to attach myself physically.” This enabled … Read the rest

Interview With “Ella’s Greatest Adventures” Author & Founder Ashley Thompson!

ASHLEY AND ELLA'SPeace at the Dental Office is not only helping to put children at ease during a dentist appointment, but adults as well. The book was also written to interest youth in pursuing dentistry as a career. It is the first in the series of Ella’s Greatest Adventures, which is also a company, founded by Ashley N. Thompson. The medical lab professional and Biology graduate has always been passionate … Read the rest

Interview With Blu Notebooks Founder Tanya!

BLULifestyle14While schools like Harvard and Yale, along with architects, are among those who’ve been highly receptive to the Blu Notebook, the product’s creator, Tanya, says it is for anyone who desires unique expression. The goal is also for people to hone their creativity in their spare time.  “So, with the Blu Notebook, we’re really trying to start a new movement to move away from our over-reliance on … Read the rest

Interview With Afro-Pop Singer FATi!

fatiSome people prefer to keep their goals private. Recording artist FATi is one of those people. Despite having musical ties in her family (she is related to jazz singer Senabella aka The Bronzeville Diva and her (FATi) great-grandmother was a respected jazz artist during the 1940s), FATi chose not to disclose her musical aspirations. The reason is simple: she wanted to protect her dreams. “When something is dear to your … Read the rest

Interview With Executive Editor of Riverhead Books, Courtney Young!

courtney youngCourtney Young carefully considers our question: whether it is enough for people to write a manuscript if the thought of doing so crosses their mind. Understandably so, the executive editor at Riverhead Books believes it is different for everyone; in other words (no pun intended), like many things in life, it depends.

“I will say writing a book is a lot of work, and you have to be, especially on … Read the rest

Interview With Marc Shapiro, Author of “John McCain: A View from the Hill”!

One of the reasons New York Times bestselling author Marc Shapiro penned John McCain: A View from the Hill was because he wanted to uncover the unknown details of the late senator’s life. However, if you are expecting a scandalous, sensationalized account, you won’t find it in this biography. The book, published by Riverdale Avenue Books, was written prior to McCain’s passing and focuses on the revered figure’s professional … Read the rest

Interview With Literary Publicist, Lathea Williams!

LATHEALathea Williams might not have initially chosen book publishing as a career, but the driving force for why she chooses to remain in the industry is due to history. “There was a point in time where as a black person, we weren’t even given the opportunity to read. We were chastised for it. So I’m very much aware of my history and that’s one of the main things that keeps … Read the rest