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Q&A with Author Molly Ringle on ...

Q&A with Author Molly Ringle on Writing and Her Persephone/Hades ‘Greek God Fan-Fiction’

There are some people who were born to write, and author Molly Ringle is one of them. When I see her approach to writing and the way she writes, or hear how she talks about writing, it’s clear: for her, writing is a form of play. Words are her puppets, and she is putting on […]

Evocative, Emotive, Inspirational: Q&...

Evocative, Emotive, Inspirational: Q&A with Richard Bangs, the Father of Modern Adventure Travel

If you’ve linked to this page from the story at the Huffington Post, click here to find where the Q&A left off.   Ages ago, when I first got cable TV, I got it for one reason: the Travel channel. If you’ve watched the Travel channel over the years, you know it has … well, evolved. Or maybe […]

The Lies We Tell Ourselves: Limiting ...

The Lies We Tell Ourselves: Limiting Beliefs vs. Liberating Truths

Recently I saw the above Paulo Coelho quote: “If you want to be successful, you must respect one rule: NEVER LIE TO YOURSELF.” Initially, I thought of the simple lies we tell ourselves: Binge-watching nine seasons of The X-Files isn’t affecting my productivity. I don’t use social media / online games / other internet distractions too much. […]

Marta Dusseldorp on the Australian Cr...

Marta Dusseldorp on the Australian Crime Drama <em>Janet King</em> and the Changing Landscape of Television

If you’ve linked to this page from the story at the Huffington Post, click here to find where the Q&A left off.     After I did my last interview with Marta Dusseldorp, star of A Place to Call Home, the people at Acorn TV sent me the DVDs of one of Marta’s other shows, Janet King. For a while, I […]

‘Life Is All About Connecting&#...

‘Life Is All About Connecting’: Q&A with Damian McGinty of <em>Glee</em> and Celtic Thunder

  Damian McGinty, talented singer and actor, and star of Glee, The Glee Project, and Celtic Thunder, is headed to Australia, joining his old group as a Special Guest for his first tour Down Under! I caught up with him earlier this week for a quick Q&A to chat about the upcoming tour, his career, and his […]

“It’s Just a Dance”...

“It’s Just a Dance”: On Jodie Sweetin and Living a Fuller Life

Last Monday on Dancing with the Stars, Full House (and now Fuller House) star Jodie Sweetin performed what judges said was her best dance ever—one week after one of her worst nights of the season. Host Tom Bergeron asked her, “You got so rattled last week. What did you do to not be rattled?” “I had fun … it’s […]

5 Things I Learned from a 50-Day Medi...

5 Things I Learned from a 50-Day Meditation Streak

Like so many of us, I’m an overthinker. My mind whirrs mercilessly, day and night. Therefore, for years I’ve been saying, “I really should start meditating.” I “knew” it would benefit me, but the thought of trying to get rid of my thoughts for 20 minutes a day was far too daunting. So I never really […]

Why I Still Love The X-Files

Why I Still Love <em>The X-Files</em>

Chances are, you’ve had this experience: You loved something (or someone) deeply, intensely. It was a part of your world, a part of your heart, so much a part of your daily life that you sort of forgot how special it was. You forgot to appreciate it. You forgot to be grateful for it. And […]

Q&A with Ernie Manouse on Ma...

Q&A with Ernie Manouse on <em>Manor of Speaking</em>, <em>Downton Abbey</em> and its Final Season, PBS, and More

If you’ve linked to this page from the story at the Huffington Post, click here to find where the Q&A left off. If you’re a Downton Abbey fan, you might already know that one of the most delightful personalities on PBS today is seven-time Emmy winning PBS Anchor/Producer Ernie Manouse of Houston Public Media. And one of […]

‘Everyone is Always Playing a R...

‘Everyone is Always Playing a Role’: Q&A with Noni Hazlehurst on <em>A Place to Call Home</em>, Australia, and Acting

If you’ve linked to this page from the story at the Huffington Post, click here to find where the Q&A left off. I’m not keeping track, of course, but I have to tell you, this Q&A is among my favorites so far. After chatting with Noni Hazlehurst for forty-five minutes a couple of months ago (I waited to […]

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