Sharon Gless On Book 'Apparently There Were Complaints: Cagney & Lacey 'Changed The History Of Television For Women'Sharon Gless talks with us about her new book and time as Christine Cagney on "Cagney & Lacey."
These Millennials Were 'Worldly, Wise & Funny': Author Jeff Hobbs On Book 'Show Them You're Good'Author Jeff Hobbs talks with us about his new book that follows four Los Angeles high school boys and their quest to get into Ivy League schools.
Chris Wallace On Book 'Countdown Bin Laden': 'SEAL Team Six Viewed Hunt For Osama Bin Laden As Suicide Mission'Journalist Chris Wallace talks with us about his new book detailing the final months of the hunt for Osama Bin Laden and what he learned about President Barack Obama's decision making during this time.
'It Explores Things We Don't Talk About Often': Zakiya Dalila Harris On Novel 'The Other Black Girl'The first time author discusses her New York Times bestseller about two Black women who meet against the white backdrop of New York City book publishing.
'These Shows Established A New Vision Of America': David Kamp On Book 'Sunny Days,' 'Sesame Street' & 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood'Author David Kamp explains in his new book how shows like "Sesame Street" and "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" changed the fabric of American culture.
Jack Carr On 'The Devil's Hand': 'I Was Researching About The Weaponization Of Infectious Diseases Before COVID Hit'The former Navy SEAL and New York Times bestselling author discusses his new thriller about what the enemy has learned about us since 9/11.
Bruce Levine On Thaddeus Stevens Book: 'Abraham Lincoln Respected Him, But Found Him To Be A Royal Pain'Before President Abraham Lincoln took up the fight against slavery, Republican congressman Thaddeus Stevens fought for racial justice and women's rights in a time when not many were doing so.
Shelley Shepard Gray On Book 'Perfect Amish Romance': 'You Can't Pretend The Amish Are Perfect Or Paper Dolls'The New York Times bestseller discusses her new series about an Amish couple that faces challenges as they fall in love.
Claire Wasserman On Book 'Ladies Get Paid': 'Before You Can Advocate For Yourself, You Have To Believe You Are Worthy'The author and founder of Ladies Get Paid discusses her conversations with women around the country about their relationship with money and what money means to them.
'I've Focused On Cultivating A Home Filled With Laughter': Melanie Dale On Pandemic ParentingThe author discusses her new Simon & Schuster book "Calm the H*ck Down: How to Let Go and Lighten Up About Parenting" and also shares tips for parenting during the pandemic.
Christie Tate On Book 'Group: How One Therapist And A Circle Of Strangers Saved My Life'The author shares how group therapy changed her life in her new book from Simon & Schuster.
'Sometimes People Have Trouble Imagining Indigenous People In The Future': Author Rebecca Roanhorse On New Book 'Black Sun'The indigenous author discusses her new book "Black Sun" and why people have trouble imagining indigenous people in the future.
Fareed Zakaria: 'My Fear Is COVID-19 Will Be The Dress Rehearsal And We Will Have Another Crisis Too Big To Handle'The author and CNN hosts discusses his new Simon & Schuster audiobook and explains why he believes President Donald Trump will lose the 2020 presidential election.
Pete Buttigieg Warns U.S. Facing 'Crisis' In New Book, 'Trust': Confidence In Country At 'Emergency Levels'"The former presidential candidate discusses the 2020 Presidential Election, what a Joe Biden administration would look like and his new Simon & Schuster audiobook "Trust."
'Eleanor Roosevelt Said Do One Thing Every Day That Scares You': Author David Michaelis On New Book 'Eleanor'Eleanor Roosevelt was much more than just the First Lady of the United States. A new book from Simon & Schuster examines 60 years of her personal and professional life.