I recently had the privilege to interview Yale University historian and Backstory Radio cohost, Joanne Freeman. Her new book, “The Field of Blood: Violence in Congress and the Road to Civil War” is being released today. Continue reading “10 questions with Joanne Freeman”
I recently had the privilege to interview bestselling author Brandon Sanderson for the 10th anniversary of the final volume in the first “Mistborn” trilogy. Continue reading “10 questions with Brandon Sanderson”
I recently had the privilege to interview John Scalzi. He is both a prolific and bestselling author, as well as a former creative consultant for the “Stargate” television franchise. Continue reading “10 questions with John Scalzi”
I recently had the privilege to interview Brad Staats. He is a professor at University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School and the author of “Never Stop Learning: Stay Relevant, Reinvent Yourself, and Thrive” (Harvard Business Review Press, 2018). Continue reading “10 questions with Brad Staats”
I recently had the privilege to interview Rachel Wagner and Amber Nielsen, the two women behind the Hallmarkies Podcast. Continue reading “10 questions with Hallmarkies Podcast”
I recently had the privilege to interview Barbara Jones Brown. She is the new Executive Director of the Mormon History Association. Continue reading “10 questions with Barbara Jones Brown”
I recently had the privilege to interview Ruth Hill. She is a prolific and talented freelance writer who has made a name for herself interviewing actors associated with Hallmark television and movies.
She is also extremely kindhearted and selfless. More than one “10 questions” interview has come either at her suggestion or with her assistance. She is a joy to associate with and it is a pleasure to present her interview. Continue reading “10 questions with Ruth Hill”
I recently had the privilege to interview Isaac Stewart. He is a well-established map and symbol illustrator for bestselling books such as the “Mistborn” and “Stormlight Archive” series by Brandon Sanderson.
SALT LAKE CITY — A TV show about Army medics in the jungles of Korea during a bloody conflict doesn’t sound like a hit, and yet that’s exactly what the CBS show “M*A*S*H” (1972-1983) turned into following a bumpy start. After the network nearly canceled it in its first season, 105.9 million viewers tuned in to watch the show’s finale 11 years later — a record broken only in 2010 by the Super Bowl.
This year marks the 35-year anniversary of the show’s ending, and actress Loretta Swit recently reflected on what made “M*A*S*H” unique and why it continues to attract a strong following.
SALT LAKE CITY — On July 15, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries will treat fans to the latest installment of their postal mystery series “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” with the TV movie “Signed, Sealed, Delivered: To the Altar.”
The series follows the adventures of a tight-knit group of postal workers who warm hearts by delivering lost mail. Continue reading “‘Humans at their core are good’ just one message in Hallmark’s ‘Signed, Sealed, Delivered’”