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**RELAUNCHING IN SEPTEMBER 2012**Catch That Book brings enticing, entertaining, and relate-able stories to our audience.Fiction or nonfiction? It doesn't matter! Just pull the topics out of the book and start the conversation.**WE WILL NEVER STOP BRINGING BOOKS TO YOUR ATTENTION!**For booking consideration, send your media kit to trig@authorexposure.com

Latest Episodes

Murderous Intellectuals: Who Are They? Why The Holocaust?

Jonathan Maxwell takes a different approach to learning about the Holocaust in his new book, MURDEROUS INTELLECTUALS, German Elites and the Nazi SS. Maxwell starts at the top. His hair-raising book gives the reader more of a concentrated view of the mindset of the Murderous Intellectuals. Who are they? How can they give the order to kill without regret? Who are the "desk murderers?" Why the Holocaust? You don't want to miss this interview with Jonathan Maxwell.

46 MIN2010 JUN 2
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Murderous Intellectuals: Who Are They? Why The Holocaust?

Embrace The Momma Guide with Traci Davis

Traci Davis and Vicki Holleman-Perez have written a book that covers most of a mother’s questions. The Momma Guide covers assisting with health problems, depression, divorce, death, and a variety of things you should know about. Self- help for moms and dads!! Very educational, informational and inspirational! This book focuses in on what moms should do in virtually any situation. It is a must read that can be a big help in your day-to-day life. Use it as a reference when a subject comes up. Sort of like a Desk Reference for Moms

61 MIN2010 MAY 19
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Embrace The Momma Guide with Traci Davis

An Interview with Brett King and The Radix

Brett King is a novelist, psychologist, historian, and an award-winning educator with apassion for writing thrillers. He's coming on the show to introduce his new thriller, THE RADIX.The Radix tells the story of a legendary relic thought to possess powers to heal—ordestroy. John Brynstone is the latest in a series of adventurers and researchers whohave searched for the Radix. Across continents, Brynstone and his team must unravelriddles and ancient mysteries no one has been able to solve for five centuries. But he’snot alone in his quest. The modern-day descendents of the infamous Borgia family willstop at nothing to wield the power of the Radix. At the same time, another organizationhas sent a nameless assassin to kill Brynstone before he can steal their prize. The Radixwill appeal to readers who enjoy a story with historical mysteries, adventure, andinternational suspense.

61 MIN2010 MAY 12
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An Interview with Brett King and The Radix

Linda Lord talks "The Pitch" in Business and Soccer

THE PITCH connects with the audience by using the strategies learned in soccer and how these strategies can be used to be successful in business. This book provides sound business concepts in a fable format. This engaging story traces the journey of a single mother, whose business is floundering, from the brink of personal and professional disaster through the tumultuous learning curve of self-awareness to a place of success and self-acceptance. Ask a question during the interview and you could win a copy of her book.

61 MIN2010 MAY 5
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Linda Lord talks "The Pitch" in Business and Soccer

Miscarriage, Deformed Sperm & Employment Hurdles: Corbin Lewars Shares "Creating A Life"

No matter where you are in life—regardless of your own personal experiences and choices—following Corbin’s journey of self-healing and self-discovery is both thought provoking and uplifting. Her voice is that of an honest and open friend willing to share her story, reveal every raw detail, and inspire with her candor, her humor, and especially her courage. This book is for every woman who has doubted her ability to do what she really wanted to, and it is the proof that we all can.-Excerpt from review in Hip MamaCorbin Lewars’ work can be read in Hip Mama, Mothering, Midwifery Today, and many other publications. She was the editor of Verve and Mamaphiles #3, and is the founder of the zine Reality Mom, currently in it’s seventh year of publishing.

61 MIN2010 APR 28
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Miscarriage, Deformed Sperm & Employment Hurdles: Corbin Lewars Shares "Creating A Life"

Daniel Dinges' Historical Fiction: Get Out Of The Way

As Tom Daniels waits to be seen at the nearest VA hospital in 2006, he flashes back to his two years of service during the Vietnam years.Although he does not support the War in 1968, a “Newsweek” article convinces him that his chances for staying out of combat are good, so he volunteers to be drafted. Just after his first year anniversary in the Army, Tom is ordered to Vietnam, but his Colonel gets his transfer cancelled to keep Tom working as a programmer on base. Tom’s best friend deploys instead. Five months later, after Tom is married, he has a nightmare in which his buddy is wounded in combat. Tom realizes how guilty he feels about his friend shipping out.Suddenly the reverie is over and it’s 2006 again. Tom sees a lone veteran in a wheelchair next to the far wall in the waiting room of the VA Hospital. The vet looks a lot like his long lost buddy.

46 MIN2010 APR 21
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Daniel Dinges' Historical Fiction: Get Out Of The Way

Spring into Short Stories with S.P. Miskowski

Continuing our celebration of Short Stories, S.P. Miskowski introduces her short story collection, RED POPPIES: Tales of Envy and Revenge. This is how Miskowski describes RED POPPIES - "Seattle, Washington is home to Bill Gates' $300 million dollar house and a 16-ft bronze statue of Vladimir Lenin. The contradictions inherent in this lively yet angst-ridden culture inspired these stories of thwarted desires and unfulfilled dreams." Join in as we discuss S.P.'s commitment to short stories, the beauty of short stories, RED POPPIES and other works and her journey to publishing.

46 MIN2010 APR 15
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Spring into Short Stories with S.P. Miskowski

Spring into Short Stories with Midge Raymond

Join Traci and Author Midge Raymond as they kick off 'Spring into Short Stories Series'. Catch That Book Radio will spend the month highlighting short story collections.Midge Raymond's short story collection, FORGETTING ENGLISH, is the 2007 Winner of the Spokane Prize for Short Fiction and is on the rise as thee choice for book clubs. Join us as we chat it up about the state of short stories, Midge's writing journey and the essentials for creating a short story collection. Of course, we'll dive into Forgotten English and why book clubs should choose it.

61 MIN2010 APR 7
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Spring into Short Stories with Midge Raymond

'Talk Thai' with Ira Sukrungruang

Ira Sukrungruang was born to Thai parents newly arrived in the U.S., they picked his Jewish moniker out of a book of “American” names. In this lively, entertaining, and often hilarious memoir, he relates the early life of a first-generation Thai-American and his constant, often bumbling attempts to meet cultural and familial expectations while coping with the trials of growing up in 1980s America. Talk Thai is a richly told account that takes us into an immigrant’s world. Here is a story imbued with Thai influences and the sensibilities of an American upbringing, a story in which Ira practices English by reciting lines from TV sitcoms and struggles with the feeling of not belonging in either of his two worlds. For readers who delight in the writings of Amy Tan, Gish Jen, and other Asian-Americans, Talk Thai provides generous portions of a rich and ancient culture while telling the story of a modern American boyhood with humor, playfulness, and uncompromising honesty.

61 MIN2010 MAR 31
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'Talk Thai' with Ira Sukrungruang

Author Shon Hyneman Says Let The Past Go & Stop Blaming Your Spouse

Shon Hyneman set out to tackle a difficult problem: why we blame one another in our relationships, marriages, and lives. A past. Everyone has one, it defines who we are, but we can not dwell on it. Shon advocates learning from our past mistakes, progressing forward with our end goals, and ultimately living a happier and more fulfilled life. Blaming other individuals for our past only keeps us rooted in something that we can not change. By focusing on moving beyond our past experiences, Shon’s book will open reader’s minds to embracing their future goals.Check out "It's The Woman You Gave Me."

61 MIN2010 MAR 24
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Author Shon Hyneman Says Let The Past Go & Stop Blaming Your Spouse
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Latest Episodes

Murderous Intellectuals: Who Are They? Why The Holocaust?

Jonathan Maxwell takes a different approach to learning about the Holocaust in his new book, MURDEROUS INTELLECTUALS, German Elites and the Nazi SS. Maxwell starts at the top. His hair-raising book gives the reader more of a concentrated view of the mindset of the Murderous Intellectuals. Who are they? How can they give the order to kill without regret? Who are the "desk murderers?" Why the Holocaust? You don't want to miss this interview with Jonathan Maxwell.

46 MIN2010 JUN 2
Comments
Murderous Intellectuals: Who Are They? Why The Holocaust?

Embrace The Momma Guide with Traci Davis

Traci Davis and Vicki Holleman-Perez have written a book that covers most of a mother’s questions. The Momma Guide covers assisting with health problems, depression, divorce, death, and a variety of things you should know about. Self- help for moms and dads!! Very educational, informational and inspirational! This book focuses in on what moms should do in virtually any situation. It is a must read that can be a big help in your day-to-day life. Use it as a reference when a subject comes up. Sort of like a Desk Reference for Moms

61 MIN2010 MAY 19
Comments
Embrace The Momma Guide with Traci Davis

An Interview with Brett King and The Radix

Brett King is a novelist, psychologist, historian, and an award-winning educator with apassion for writing thrillers. He's coming on the show to introduce his new thriller, THE RADIX.The Radix tells the story of a legendary relic thought to possess powers to heal—ordestroy. John Brynstone is the latest in a series of adventurers and researchers whohave searched for the Radix. Across continents, Brynstone and his team must unravelriddles and ancient mysteries no one has been able to solve for five centuries. But he’snot alone in his quest. The modern-day descendents of the infamous Borgia family willstop at nothing to wield the power of the Radix. At the same time, another organizationhas sent a nameless assassin to kill Brynstone before he can steal their prize. The Radixwill appeal to readers who enjoy a story with historical mysteries, adventure, andinternational suspense.

61 MIN2010 MAY 12
Comments
An Interview with Brett King and The Radix

Linda Lord talks "The Pitch" in Business and Soccer

THE PITCH connects with the audience by using the strategies learned in soccer and how these strategies can be used to be successful in business. This book provides sound business concepts in a fable format. This engaging story traces the journey of a single mother, whose business is floundering, from the brink of personal and professional disaster through the tumultuous learning curve of self-awareness to a place of success and self-acceptance. Ask a question during the interview and you could win a copy of her book.

61 MIN2010 MAY 5
Comments
Linda Lord talks "The Pitch" in Business and Soccer

Miscarriage, Deformed Sperm & Employment Hurdles: Corbin Lewars Shares "Creating A Life"

No matter where you are in life—regardless of your own personal experiences and choices—following Corbin’s journey of self-healing and self-discovery is both thought provoking and uplifting. Her voice is that of an honest and open friend willing to share her story, reveal every raw detail, and inspire with her candor, her humor, and especially her courage. This book is for every woman who has doubted her ability to do what she really wanted to, and it is the proof that we all can.-Excerpt from review in Hip MamaCorbin Lewars’ work can be read in Hip Mama, Mothering, Midwifery Today, and many other publications. She was the editor of Verve and Mamaphiles #3, and is the founder of the zine Reality Mom, currently in it’s seventh year of publishing.

61 MIN2010 APR 28
Comments
Miscarriage, Deformed Sperm & Employment Hurdles: Corbin Lewars Shares "Creating A Life"

Daniel Dinges' Historical Fiction: Get Out Of The Way

As Tom Daniels waits to be seen at the nearest VA hospital in 2006, he flashes back to his two years of service during the Vietnam years.Although he does not support the War in 1968, a “Newsweek” article convinces him that his chances for staying out of combat are good, so he volunteers to be drafted. Just after his first year anniversary in the Army, Tom is ordered to Vietnam, but his Colonel gets his transfer cancelled to keep Tom working as a programmer on base. Tom’s best friend deploys instead. Five months later, after Tom is married, he has a nightmare in which his buddy is wounded in combat. Tom realizes how guilty he feels about his friend shipping out.Suddenly the reverie is over and it’s 2006 again. Tom sees a lone veteran in a wheelchair next to the far wall in the waiting room of the VA Hospital. The vet looks a lot like his long lost buddy.

46 MIN2010 APR 21
Comments
Daniel Dinges' Historical Fiction: Get Out Of The Way

Spring into Short Stories with S.P. Miskowski

Continuing our celebration of Short Stories, S.P. Miskowski introduces her short story collection, RED POPPIES: Tales of Envy and Revenge. This is how Miskowski describes RED POPPIES - "Seattle, Washington is home to Bill Gates' $300 million dollar house and a 16-ft bronze statue of Vladimir Lenin. The contradictions inherent in this lively yet angst-ridden culture inspired these stories of thwarted desires and unfulfilled dreams." Join in as we discuss S.P.'s commitment to short stories, the beauty of short stories, RED POPPIES and other works and her journey to publishing.

46 MIN2010 APR 15
Comments
Spring into Short Stories with S.P. Miskowski

Spring into Short Stories with Midge Raymond

Join Traci and Author Midge Raymond as they kick off 'Spring into Short Stories Series'. Catch That Book Radio will spend the month highlighting short story collections.Midge Raymond's short story collection, FORGETTING ENGLISH, is the 2007 Winner of the Spokane Prize for Short Fiction and is on the rise as thee choice for book clubs. Join us as we chat it up about the state of short stories, Midge's writing journey and the essentials for creating a short story collection. Of course, we'll dive into Forgotten English and why book clubs should choose it.

61 MIN2010 APR 7
Comments
Spring into Short Stories with Midge Raymond

'Talk Thai' with Ira Sukrungruang

Ira Sukrungruang was born to Thai parents newly arrived in the U.S., they picked his Jewish moniker out of a book of “American” names. In this lively, entertaining, and often hilarious memoir, he relates the early life of a first-generation Thai-American and his constant, often bumbling attempts to meet cultural and familial expectations while coping with the trials of growing up in 1980s America. Talk Thai is a richly told account that takes us into an immigrant’s world. Here is a story imbued with Thai influences and the sensibilities of an American upbringing, a story in which Ira practices English by reciting lines from TV sitcoms and struggles with the feeling of not belonging in either of his two worlds. For readers who delight in the writings of Amy Tan, Gish Jen, and other Asian-Americans, Talk Thai provides generous portions of a rich and ancient culture while telling the story of a modern American boyhood with humor, playfulness, and uncompromising honesty.

61 MIN2010 MAR 31
Comments
'Talk Thai' with Ira Sukrungruang

Author Shon Hyneman Says Let The Past Go & Stop Blaming Your Spouse

Shon Hyneman set out to tackle a difficult problem: why we blame one another in our relationships, marriages, and lives. A past. Everyone has one, it defines who we are, but we can not dwell on it. Shon advocates learning from our past mistakes, progressing forward with our end goals, and ultimately living a happier and more fulfilled life. Blaming other individuals for our past only keeps us rooted in something that we can not change. By focusing on moving beyond our past experiences, Shon’s book will open reader’s minds to embracing their future goals.Check out "It's The Woman You Gave Me."

61 MIN2010 MAR 24
Comments
Author Shon Hyneman Says Let The Past Go & Stop Blaming Your Spouse
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