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To honor Black History Month, Silagh White profiles Nate "The Mime" Moran who recently published his book The Mime Speaks, showcasing his remarkable story of struggle and why his motto is “Never Give Up.” Bathsheba Monk with Blue Heron Books in Allentown, which is publishing the book, also joins the conversation and describes the process and challenges of bringing a story like Nate's to bookshelves.

Host John Pearce sits down with Dr. Rebecca Price Janney, a prolific novelist who creates stories based on history. She shares her fourth book in her Easton series, Easton at the Crossroads, which tells parallel stories of Northampton County during the time of the U.S. Revolutionary War and a present-day history professor.

Sally Handlon welcomes Victoria Alercia-Casella, licensed professional counselor, to discuss how she has created a book, I Am Loving the Me That I'm Choosing to Be, to help everyone from teens to adults focus and maintain a positive path and mindset—something that has, at times, been hard to come by during the pandemic.

Host Sally Handlon sits down with local entrepreneur and author Peter Christian to discuss the best ways to approach business interactions. Christian sheds some light on the subject by sharing his 40+ years' experience through his two recently-published books - Influences and Influencers and What About the Vermin Problem? 

Kate Scuffle invites fellow host, Prathysha Kothare from WDIY's TEEN Connect, to talk about her new book "Crooked," a collection of short stories and poems.

Host Sally Handlon welcomes Anne Corley Baum, Lehigh Valley business leader and author of the book series Small Mistakes, BIG Consequences to talk about the different personalities one might encounter on the job and in life, as well as Baum's journey to become an author.

Author Patricia A. Schoch | LV Arts Salon

Sep 29, 2020

Host Kate Scuffle talks with writer Patricia A. Schoch, a Bethlehem native and the author of “The Prettiest House on the Block: A Revealing Look at Domestic Partner Abuse”, recently published by Blue Heron Book Works.

Eleanor Bobrow talks with psychoanalyst and award-winning author Dr. Laurie Hollman about how parents can manage anxiety and anger in children and teens. 

Laurie Hollman, Ph.D. is a psychoanalyst with specialized clinical training in infant-parent, child, adolescent and adult psychotherapy, a unique practice that covers the life span. Her latest book is Unlocking Parental Intelligence: Finding Meaning in Your Child's Behavior.

(Original air-date: 10/8/2018)

Dani Klein Modisett and host Eleanor Bobrow discuss how a loving and long-term marital relationship can be created through humor and comedy.

Modisett is a comedian and actress turned author of AfterBirth: Stories You Won't Read in a Parenting Magazine and Take My Spouse, Please: How to Keep Your Marriage Happy, Healthy, and Thriving by Following the Rules of Comedy.  The latter book describes how to utilize humor, comedy, and laughter to create a loving long-term marital relationship.  

(Original air-date: 07/09/2018)

Author Ivan Backer on Take Charge of Your Life

Apr 28, 2016

Eleanor is joined by Ivan Backer, Moravian College graduate and author of My Train to Freedom-A Jewish Boy's Journey from Nazi Europe to a Life of Activism. Ten-year old Ivan Backer, in 1939, boarded one of Sir Nicholas Winton's famous kindertransportsand fled Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia for the United Kingdom. 

(Original air-date: 04/18/16)

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