Michael Bedar

We are a tribe of storytellers. All of us. We love stories. So what better way to convey wisdom than through story? That’s exactly what Michael Bedar, certified spirtitual nutrition counselor and renowned speaker on topics of natural healing and wellness, does in his novel, “Sweet Healing: A Whole Health Journey.” In this book we have an everyday hero, Gene, Read More

Dr. Pamela Peeke

Is overeating just a result of poor willpower, or is there a deeper reason this problem affects so many people, even those who exhibit great will-power in other areas of their lives.?  This week on Writers’ Voices, best-selling author, Discovery Health TV medical host and National Institute of Health medical researcher Dr. Pamela Peeke will discuss the neuruological basis of food Read More

Lynda Young

Lynda Young returns for a very special conversation. Her new book, “Hope for Families of Children on the Autistic Spectrum”, is a helpful book at this time when 730,000 children in the United States between the ages of 0-21 have Autism Spectrum Disorder. Her book provides useful information, encouragement, and guidance for the entire family. Lynda discusses everything from doctor Read More

Jerry Yellin

Current Fairfield resident, World War II veteran, and co-director of Operation Warrior Wellness, Jerry Yellin is the author of four books, including his most recent, “The Blackened Canteen”. In this interview he will discuss “The Resilient Warrior: Healing the Hidden Wounds of War”, which describes the pain of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome experienced by returning veterans and the ways Transcendental Read More

Linda Egenes

Monica and Caroline bring back one of our favorite guests, Linda Egenes, to discuss her latest book “Super Healthy Kids: A Parent’s Guide to Maharishi Ayuveda.” Linda previously worked with her coauthor,  Dr. Kumuda Reddy, to produce “For a Blissful Baby: Healthy and Happy Pregnancy with Maharishi Vedic Medicine.” The new book picks up where that one left off, at about Read More

Mariel Hemingway

Mariel Hemingway was always destined to be well-known and publicly recognized as the granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway.  At the young age of 13, Mariel became famous in her own right when she made her silver screen debut in “Lipstick”.  Four years later, she earned an Oscar nomination for her work in Woody Allen’s “Manhattan”.  She has since made 30 films Read More