Whatsup y'all the boys are back and better than ever. This week we finally get back to our Book-A-Holics series with our review of Sooley by John Grisham. But first we try 4 beers from Wico St Beer Co on this weeks Belligerent Bev's Breakdown: (00:45) - Intro (07:25) - Belligerent Bev's: Wico Street Beer Co (18:28) - Steez - American Lager: score's (26:03) - Factory Settings - Dry Hopped Sour IPA: score's (34:10) - Power of the Pomace - Hazy Double IPA score's (44:25) - Cosmic Entity - Hazy Sour Double IPA score's (48:45) - Book-A-Holics Anonymous: Sooley Review
Memphis jogger-mom, Eliza Fletcher, was abducted while on one of her pre-dawn runs. She was subsequently murdered and dumped like a piece of trash. But was she raped? Next on Drowning Verdict, I run a marathon in my author mind to imagine a scenario in line with John Grisham's 'A Time To Kill'. It's happened before and it could happen again. Get more true crime on my YouTube channel. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drowning-verdict-podcast/message
CONTENT WARNING: This episode features discussion of child abuse. Film changed forever in the summer of 1993. Jurassic Park showed the way of the future. The Last Action Hero was the final gasp of the 80s action film. And Tom Cruise starred in the first of what would be a wave of major 90s films, breaking in the John Grisham legal thriller with The Firm. And for this film, composer Dave Grusin did something almost unheard of: a score composed and performed almost entirely on one instrument: the piano. For Emily St. James (Vox, Arden), the combination was unforgettable, inspiring - and also tied to difficulties with her family. Join Chris and Emily as they discuss the film, the summer of 1993, the career of Wilford Brimley, and much, much more. My Big Score was created, hosted, and edited by Christopher Dole Show theme composed by Erik Jourgensen Show art by Chandler Candela Social media consultant Ellie Warren Our sponsors today: Tavour, Tab for a Cause Support us on Patreon
Patrick and Chris talk about some more of season 12. They get through the merge, talk about how useless the loopback episode is, and discuss the season 43 contestants!Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @tribalcouncil20
Ralph interviews North Carolina attorney, Mona Lisa Wallace, whose litigation team won more than $500 million in damages for the facility's North Carolina neighbors against the hog production component of Smithfield Foods along with author Corban Addison who chronicled the gripping John Grisham-like tale in his book: “Wastelands: The True Story Of Farm Country On Trial.”
Welcome back, all, to Season 4 of The O2Lit Podcast! We are righting historical wrongs as we discuss John Grisham's “Sycamore Row”. Coming out the gate swinging with a full house, we have Cam, Cue, $lim, & Pote Baby with the round-table discussion on topics, such as: Deception, Greed & Duplicity of Lawyers, Racism [in the 80s], and MUCH more. Intro Song: Rod Wave (feat. Lil' Durk) - “Already Won”. It's lit!!!
What do lawyers, airports, and thrillers have in common? They're all relevant to John Grisham's breakout novel The Firm! A Stepford-y secret, high-end copy machines, brilliant young law school grads -- this book has it all. Our theme music was composed by Nick Lerangis. Advertise on OverdueSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week, host Jason Jefferies is joined by Internationally bestselling author Corban Addison, who discusses his new book Wastelands: The True Story of Farm Country On Trial, which is published by our friends at Alfred A. Knopf. Topics of discussion include John Grisham, narrative non-fiction, the silencing of Smithfield Food's employees and lawyers, what is wrong with NC politicians, hog growers as "family farmers", community activists vs. environmental extremists, Mona Lisa Wallace, eating bacon, and much more. Copies of Wastelands can be purchased here from Explore Booksellers!
What's the easiest way to become more productive and better manage your time? That's what we are considering this week. You can subscribe to this podcast on: Podbean | Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Spotify | TUNEIN Links: Email Me | Twitter | Facebook | Website | Linkedin Email Mastery Course The Time Blocking Course The Working With… Weekly Newsletter The Time And Life Mastery Course The FREE Beginners Guide To Building Your Own COD System Carl Pullein Learning Centre Carl's YouTube Channel Carl Pullein Coaching Programmes The Working With… Podcast Previous episodes page Episode 243 | Script Hello and welcome to episode 243 of the Working With Podcast. A podcast to answer all your questions about productivity, time management, self-development and goal planning. My name is Carl Pullein, and I am your host for this show. I have a confession to make. I cyber stalk very productive people. In particular, I stalk authors who publish books every year without fail, content creators who never fail to publish a podcast, blog post or YouTube video every week (or more frequently in some cases) and business leaders who manage multinational companies and still have a private life. I've also had an interest in the people in the companies I've worked with who were the top managers or salespeople. I am fascinated with how they do it. How are they so productive with the work they do? The truth is, they all share something in common and this week's question relates to this commonality. So, without further ado, let me hand you over to the Mystery Podcast Voice for this week's question. This week's question comes from Martine. Martine asks: Hi Carl, you've mentioned in a few of your blog posts and videos that you get a lot of inspiration from highly productive people. What I want to know is, are there any special habits or tricks these people use that most people don't? Hi Martine, Thank you for your question. You are right; there are a few tricks these people follow that the vast majority don't. I suspect that the reason most people don't follow these tricks are multifaceted, and they are not easy to follow. First, there is an inherent human characteristic that will always prevent you from becoming more productive, and that is the need to be liked. We have this need to some degree or another. The so-called “culture wars” are a great example of this. People are queuing up to be a part of their chosen tribe, and social media has given them a voice. They want to be liked by their tribe so much, that they will say increasingly wild things. Left or right, there seems to be a rush to be the most outraged because someone had the audacity to disagree with something their tribe believes “passionately” about. Yet, what makes humans so great is our diverse opinions. It's fascinating to learn why someone believes the things they do. Learning about those beliefs and thoughts behind those beliefs has helped the human race to progress at an incredible speed. However, this desire to be liked means we will sacrifice our dreams and goals and the things that are important to us, so we can be a part of the crowd. I saw this a lot when I first arrived in Korea twenty years ago. I was told that family was very important to Korean people. Yet, when I arrived here, I discovered that the majority of married office workers thought nothing about staying late in the office because their boss and co-workers were staying. Nobody would leave the office until the boss left. It caused me to stop and question how could their family be so important when they put being in the office until 10 or 11pm as a higher importance than getting home to be with their family. Over time I was educated. These office workers (mainly men in those days), felt that earning their salary and getting promoted and ultimately getting more money was their way of taking care of their family. Nobody questioned this thinking back then. Now, I should caveat this. This is generally no longer the case. The younger generations who have now come through into the workforce don't do this in most cases. But in some small to medium-sized companies, that sentiment is still living and breathing. It was another example of being a part of the tribe. The time was an extension of their family. Now the most productive people I've met do not subscribe to this mentality. They are driven, focused and know precisely what they want out of the day. A few months back, I watched an interview with Sylvester Stallone. While most of us see Sylvester Stallone as an action hero actor, he's also a prolific writer. Every day, he's working on writing a script. The thing that stood out for me about him was each day, he will spend four hours writing—with his phone switched off, and he'll spend ninety minutes to two hours exercising. That six hours a day is taken up with the things he loves doing. After that, he'll eat with his family and socialise. But nothing gets in the way of the two things that are important to him. John Grisham, the author, writes every day. He wakes up early, goes to his writing room and will spend the next four hours writing. Once again, no phone, no interruptions. From 6:30am to 11:00am nobody can reach him. He's working on his next novel. As he gets closer to finishing the book, he wakes up earlier and earlier, often beginning his writing at 4am. Stephen King, another great author, does something similar. He writes for a set period of time each day. Now, when you analyse this, there's nothing difficult about it. They know what they want to do, and they get on and do it. I recently finished learning about Charles Darwin. He also had a set routine. He'd wake up early, go into his study, and for the next four to five hours, he would research and write. Nobody was allowed to disturb him. Now for most of us, we may not have the luxury to spend our days doing the things we love in the same way Sylvester Stallone, John Grisham, Stephen King and Charles Darwin have been able to do. But, that misses the point somewhat. What these amazingly productive people know is that if you want to produce work that you are proud of, you need to spend time each day working on it. No excuses. Thinking, planning and dreaming produce nothing concrete. It's only by committing time each day to working on your craft that you will become incredibly productive. There is no other way. Now for the majority of us, not answering a colleague's email message within a few minutes or instantly responding to a text message would be unthinkable. I mean, what would you colleague or friend think of you if you didn't reply instantly? Then there are those people who believe their purpose in life is to wait around for the next contact by a client and to be instantly available for them—I mean, isn't that excellent customer service? Well, perhaps not. You see if you are constantly being interrupted, how will you ever be able to deliver the real service your client wants? Your client wants results—however, they interpret that—I mean, how many people say oh customer service is excellent, they answer the phone immediately? Answering the phone immediately is not great service. Great service is delivering outstanding results for the client. If the client needs to wait an hour or two while you finish delivering real customer service to another client, they are not going to complain. They will have the confidence that you will deliver the same level of outstanding service for them. It always amazes me that people with degrees, PH.Ds and MBAs see outstanding work as being measured by how fast you respond to an email or message. No, that's not outstanding service. That's wanting to be liked by the tribe. The first step to becoming more productive is to know, at a task level, what is important to you professionally and personally. It's no good being one dimensionally productive—that is being productive at work and Never working on your own personal projects. It's about knowing what's important. That could be supporting your kids in developing their sporting abilities by taking them to practice two or three times a week and being present—not sitting in your car responding to emails. Or it could mean taking your partner out once or twice a week to do something new. You know, being present with them and not doing it out of a sense of obligation. Doing it because you want to spend time with them. It could be about dedicating Saturday to doing odd jobs around your home. Planning the week ahead and getting some fresh air. That's being personally productive. When it comes to your work, this means knowing what your core work is. It's just like Sylvester Stallone knows his core work is to develop scripts and stay in good shape so he can continue to act. He knows he needs time each day for this work. There can be no excuses. If he does not do this core work, the work will ultimately dry up. That same principle applies to you too. I know you are not Sylvester Stallone, or John Grisham or Stephen King, but you do still have core work. What is it? Make sure that however much time you need for this work, you protect that time. Allow no interruptions while you are doing it. After all, it's what you are paid to do. This means, when a colleague, a client or even your boss is messaging you, you don't allow it to interrupt you. They have to wait. We are not ignoring them. We just know our priorities, and whatever your core work is, you get that done, then you attend to your messages and calls. When I was teaching, I always made sure my phone was off. I was employed to teach. My boss could wait until I finished the class. Teaching my classes was my core work. It would have been wrong for me to stop my class while I took a call from my boss. It's equally wrong for you to allow any interruptions while you are doing your core work. Attending to your core work is not going to take you long. You could break things up. For instance, writing a blog post takes me around an hour. After I finish writing, I will respond to messages and process my email inbox. Then I get back into my next core task—planning this week's YouTube videos or writing this script. What are we talking about here? Two hours tops before you need a break. Use those breaks to respond to your messages. It might not make you the most popular person in your company, but you were not employed to be the most popular person. You were employed to do a job. Do that job first. You will always be judged on your results. Not by how nice everyone says you are. The number of people I've worked with who lost their jobs and couldn't understand why is countless. The usual cries of but I was always helping my boss and colleagues with their work. How could they fire me? Well, while you were helping all those other people, you were not doing the job you were employed to do. So there you go, Martine, that's the secret. Be selfishly obsessed with getting your core work done to highest possible standard. It won't make you popular, but it will get you results. And also never neglecting the important people in your life. Your work is one thing; your personal life is what stays with you. Make sure you are spending an adequate amount of time with the people that matter most to you. Thank you for your question, and thank you to you too for listening. It just remains for me to wish you all a very, very productive week.
Ellen Archer parlayed her success in the publishing industry and skills as a communicator and creative problem solver to raise the profile of a nonprofit. She currently serves as board president of Girls Write Now where she helped grow the board and the pipeline for board members. She initiated a partnership committee that raised five times their goal through engagement with a variety of industries. Getting to know the nonprofit sector through her volunteerism has shown her the real opportunities for those looking to change industries. She is active on several boards and is exploring different roles in nonprofit that might be a good fit for her where she can use her corporate skills in a different sector. Nonprofit job seekers, please read: Your skills are transferable, your passion and curiosity will drive you to learn the additional skills needed for success in the nonprofit sector. Ellen Archer is a business leader and media executive known for growing and transforming content businesses. She has led significant media and publishing divisions at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH), The Walt Disney Company, Penguin Random House, and Simon & Schuster. Most recently, Ms. Archer was President of HMH Books & Media, with responsibility for driving the strategic growth and expansion of the company's $200M consumer publishing business. Ellen has been behind bestselling authors such as John Grisham, Mitch Albom and Kwame Alexander. In 2015, Ms. Archer joined the board of Girls Write Now, a nonprofit that creates mentorship programs for underserved high school students, helping the girls who participate find their voices through the power of writing and community. In 2019 she assumed the role of board chair, working closely with the executive director on board recruitment, fundraising, and partnership programs. She is also on the board of trustees for the Katonah Museum of Art and is a member of the The Women's Forum of New York and Chief, private clubs for women in executive leadership roles. Ms. Archer previously served on the A&E board of directors, The Foundation board of New York Women in Communications, the board of Poets & Writer's, and NYU's Masters in Publishing Program advisory board. She is a former managing director of Golden Seeds, an early-stage investment firm supporting women entrepreneurs. Among several awards, Ms. Archer was named by City & State as one of “The Responsible 100” honorees. Ellen holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Hamilton College. She lives in New York City with her husband Jeff Gracer. In her spare time, Ellen reads voraciously, practices yoga, and travels the world (mostly by road bike), preferably on off-the-beaten paths. An avid hiker, she and her husband submitted Mount Kilimanjaro in December 2017. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/askingforgood/support
S.K. Bain is the former art director of the Weekly Standard magazine, where he worked with William Kristol, Fred Barnes, David Brooks, Tucker Carlson and others for over five years. During part of that time, the Project for the New American Century shared offices with the publication, and next door was the Philanthropy Roundtable, where Bain also art directed for Philanthropy magazine. The Roundtable at that point was under the leadership of John P. Walters, who went on to become President George W. Bush's Drug Czar. In the mid-nineties, Bain was art director for the Oxford American magazine when it was published by John Grisham and located in Oxford, MS. In 2009, Bain helped author portions of U.S. Public Law 111-11.
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Join us for a chat with John Riddle, founder of I Love To Write Day. https://ilovetowriteday.com/ "My goal for I Love To Write Day is to have people of all ages spend time writing. They can write a poem, a love letter, a greeting card, an essay, a short story, start a novel, finish a novel…the possibilities are endless. But I want people to take the time to put their thoughts down on paper. They will be amazed at the results. “Writing can be fun, but also challenging. People need to be challenged, and writing is but one of many creative ways to express yourself. I am very excited because I Love To Write Day activities are already being planned all across the United States. “For many people, that will be the beginning of their writing career. I Love To Write Day has the potential to launch the career of the next John Grisham, Mary Higgins Clark, Stephen King or Toni Morrison.” Be encouraged with John's latest book: The Flying Nun, A Light Bulb Moment and Me: 40 Years Making Money As A Freelance Writer (Hey, You Can Do It, Too!) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09JB63C5P/
Maria Brito, art advisor, entrepreneur and author of How Creativity Rules the World talks about: Giving up on her teenage ambitions to become a singer because of the restrictive culture she grew up in; how from there she wound up being a corporate lawyer as a financially stable option that she thought made the most sense; how she made her way into the world of art advising as a disrupter, seeing that there was a clear lack of passion among many of the advisors and consultants she was encountering; the reasons behind the popularity of figurative painting (of course it has to do with collectors); getting a hold of a Banksy painting for a new client; her approach to becoming an art advisor, including her ambition to demystify the art world; the success of her business coinciding with the democratization of the market via social media (i.e. Instagram); and why she focuses so much on prices and values in describing artists in her book, partly as a way to challenge the stereotype of the ‘starving artist' that so many non-art people hold on to.
On this week's episode of Currently Reading, we have a very special GROUP Show for you! All 5 of us got together to play a Bookish game of Never Have I Ever, and we think you'll love it! As per usual, time-stamped show notes are below with references to every book and resource we mentioned in this episode. If you'd like to listen first and not spoil the surprise, don't scroll down! New: we are now including transcripts of the episode (this link only works on the main site). These are generated by AI, so they may not be perfectly accurate, but we want to increase accessibility for our fans! *Please note that all book titles linked below are Bookshop affiliate links. Your cost is the same, but a small portion of your purchase will come back to us to help offset the costs of the show. If you'd prefer to shop on Amazon, you can still do so here through our main storefront. Anything you buy there (even your laundry detergent, if you recently got obsessed with switching up your laundry game) kicks a small amount back to us. Thanks for your support!* . . . . 1:59 - Sorta Awesome Show 3:20 - Never Have I Ever… Never Have I Ever… hidden a book or book haul from my significant other 4:24 - A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas Never Have I Ever… read a thriller 6:17 - Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn 6:25 - The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn 6:26 - The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins 7:22 - The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins Never Have I Ever… read a section from a romance aloud to my husband 9:36 - The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams Never Have I Ever… had a dream about a book character 11:18 - A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas 13:02 - Harry's Trees by Jon Cohen 13:07 - A Place For Us by Fatima Fahreen Mirza 13:45 - A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles 13:52 - Still Life by Louise Penny 14:45 - The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin 15:07 - The Shell Seekers by Rosamund Pilcher Never Have I Ever… lost a book and had to replace it 19:16 - Each Peach Pear Plum by Janet and Allen Ahlberg 20:17 - How to Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind by Diana K. White 22:31 - Slippery Creatures by K.J. Charles Never Have I Ever… DNFd a book for sex or violence 27:13 - I am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes 27:53 - The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel Never Have I Ever… owned less than 50 books 32:48 - Daughter of the Mountains by Louise Rankin Never Have I Ever… gotten pregnant or had a pregnancy scare due to scenes in a book that motivated my actions 35:36 - Outlander by Diana Gabaldon Never Have I Ever… read a book in one sitting 37:42 - Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert 39:28 - The Firm by John Grisham 40:01 - Pelican Brief by John Grisham 40:07 - The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins 40:28 - Into Thin Air by Jon Krakauer Never Have I Ever… lied to a friend about how I felt about a book they recommended to me 46:20 - Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus 46:35 - Book Lovers by Emily Henry 50:37 - Enter the Aardvark by Jessica Anthony (amazon link) Never Have I Ever brought a book to a concert or party to read and ignore people Never Have I Ever hit on a guy/gal because of a book they were reading 58:56 - The Secret History by Donna Tartt Connect With Us: Meredith is @meredith.reads on Instagram Kaytee is @notesonbookmarks on Instagram Mindy is @gratefulforgrace on Instagram Mary is @maryreadsandsips on Instagram Roxanna is @roxannatheplanner on Instagram currentlyreadingpodcast.com @currentlyreadingpodcast on Instagram email@example.com Support us at patreon.com/currentlyreadingpodcast and www.zazzle.com/store/currentlyreading
On this week's ATTITUDES! Roe v Wade has been overturned, Erin discusses the history of how we got here. Bryan discusses Karine Jean-Pierre making history as the first LGBTQ+ person to lead a white house briefing, as well as Kristin Chenoweth's show on Hulu, Keeper of the Ashes. All this plus John Grisham and fuck the SCOTUS! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sarah Vine and Co Host Imogen Edwards-Jones celebrate the beginning of holiday season with a summer book special. Arts reviewer Claire Allfree and true crime expert and host of the Blood Ties Podcast, Geoffrey Wansell, join the show to offer some literary suggestions to accompany you on your summer break, from well known classics, to audiobooks, to last minute selections at the airport and lots more between! The guest recommendations/books discussed were: Geoffrey Wansell: Sparring Partners by John Grisham, Hodder £20 These three novellas in a single volume show Grisham at his masterful best. A minor masterpiece. The Blackbird by Tim Weaver, Michael Joseph £14.99 A road accident sees a Land Rover plunge off the road and career down a ravine. Two witnesses watch in horror as it bursts into flames, but when the fire brigade arrives there is no sign whatever of the two occupants. The impressive Weaver triumphs again with this intricate mystery. Aurora by David Koepp, HQ £14.99 The screenwriter of Jurassic Park depicts a catastrophe where a solar storm wipes out electricity across the planet. Told from the viewpoint of a dysfunctional American family, it vividly explores how human beings cope with tragedy, and re-affirms our will to survive. It is fine storytelling. Crime Wake by Shelley Burr, Hodder £14.99 My crime novel of the year so far, a moving depiction of the pain that a mysterious disappearance can wreak on those left behind. Nineteen years ago Evie McCreery vanished, leaving her younger sister Mina to pick up the pieces of her life. Intense and evocative, it tears at the heart-strings. Into the Dark, Macmillan £14.99 One morning the golden Holden family - father, mother and two teenagers – suddenly disappear from their spectacular home overlooking the sea in Essex. What happened? Enter DS Saul Anguish, with a record of protecting two children from a serial killer. The plot is both striking and original. Murder Before Evensong by Reverend Richard Coles, Weidenfeld £16.99 In the beautiful village of Champton, home to the de Flores dynasty, the local church is presided over by Canon Daniel Clement. A murder overwhelms the congregation and further skulduggery follows. A cosy, if slightly fey mystery with echoes of Father Brown unfolds as Clement investigates. The best classic crime everyone should read is either The Mysterious Affair at Styles or A Study in Scarlet. Grab something from the airport – no doubts, any David Baldacci or Michael Connelly. For something less expected – try James Lee Burke As for an audiobook it's hard not to suggest one of the two by Richard Osman, which are a great listen. (The Thursday Murder Club / The Man Who Died Twice) Claire Allfrey recommends: Bad Relations by Cressida Connolly, a lush historical drama. What Time Is Love by Holly Williams, a breezy beach read. Gosford Park by Gil Hornby, a fun Jane Austen homage. Vladimir by Julia May Jones, a spiky, creepy, psychological romance with lots of subversive observations on gender politics (also received Imogen's vote!) Night Crawling by Leila Mottley, this summer's hot debut read, a gritty novel about race and crime in America. The Exhibitionist by Charlotte Mendelson, a very funny smart spiky marital comedy of manners. A book to grab at the airport is Great Circle by Maggie Shipstead, or Sorrow and Bliss by Meg Mason, both out last year but Women's Prize shortlisted and so ought to be easily available in airport bookshelves.. Claire spotlighted Natalia Ginsberg, an Italian mid century author whose novels are being republished. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The second film in our new Existential Thrillers cycle is Tony Gilroy's aughtie classic, Michael Clayton (2007). On paper, Michael Clayton probably seems like a taut legal thriller played to the middle-aged set, a John Grisham movie with the latest A-Listers. Tony Gilroy chose a much different path by crafting a cerebral thriller infused with corporate nihilism and existential longing. Clooney plays Clayton as a formerly charming bagman who stayed too long at the party. He is stranded and saddled with financial debt, vertiginous self-doubt, and severe moral failing. Clayton is living in what Jean-Paul Sartre would call bad faith. He must face the immediate danger all around him while also breaking free from his calcified moral will. A seemingly small film greatly amplified by Gilroy's impeccable craftsmanship and brilliant performances from Tilda Swinton, Tom Wilkinson, and George Clooney. For our chaser film, we grapple with The Hunt (2012), a Danish film detailing how hearsay can become an avalanche that can bury anyone's life. Created before cancel culture was a thing, The Hunt offers a rather intense refutation of how groups pass judgment. Special Guests: Tommy Thevenet & Tim Sestito from the great Haven't Scene It: A Movie Podcast
Esta es una muestra de "La confesión". La versión completa tiene una duración total de 15 h 34 min. Encuentra este audiolibro completo en https://bit.ly/3BYtPuiNarrado por: Guillermo RomeroTravis Boyette es un asesino. En 1998, en una pequeña ciudad de Texas, raptó, violó y estranguló a una de las chicas más guapas y más populares del instituto. Enterró el cadáver en un lugar donde nadie lo encontraría nunca y luego esperó. Observó impasible mientras la policía detenía a Donté Drumm, la estrella del equipo de fútbol que nada había tenido que ver con el crimen. Donté fue acusado, declarado culpable y condenado a muerte. Ahora han transcurrido nueve años y solo faltan cuatro días para la ejecución de Donté. En Kansas, a más de seiscientos kilómetros de la cárcel, Travis también se enfrenta a su destino: un tumor cerebral que le deja muy poco tiempo de vida. Decide hacer lo correcto por primera vez: va a confesar. Pero ¿será capaz un hombre culpable de convencer a los abogados, los jueces y los políticos de que están a punto de ejecutar a un hombre inocente?© 2022, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, S. A. U.#penguinaudio #audiolibro #audiolibros #Grisham #JohnGrisham See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Esta es una muestra de "La confesión". La versión completa tiene una duración total de 16 h 26 min. Encuentra este audiolibro completo en https://bit.ly/3QqXoZFNarrado por: Carlos CanalesTravis Boyette es un asesino. En 1998, en una pequeña ciudad de Texas, raptó, violó y estranguló a una de las chicas más guapas y más populares del instituto. Enterró el cadáver en un lugar donde nadie lo encontraría nunca y luego esperó. Observó impasible mientras la policía detenía a Donté Drumm, la estrella del equipo de fútbol que nada había tenido que ver con el crimen. Donté fue acusado, declarado culpable y condenado a muerte. Ahora han transcurrido nueve años y solo faltan cuatro días para la ejecución de Donté. En Kansas, a más de seiscientos kilómetros de la cárcel, Travis también se enfrenta a su destino: un tumor cerebral que le deja muy poco tiempo de vida. Decide hacer lo correcto por primera vez: va a confesar. Pero ¿será capaz un hombre culpable de convencer a los abogados, los jueces y los políticos de que están a punto de ejecutar a un hombre inocente? © 2022, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, S. A. U.#penguinaudio #audiolibro #audiolibros #Grisham #JohnGrisham See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
John continues his conversation with JJ Birden, who shares stories of his life before and after he retired from the NFL. In the previous episode, JJ discussed his journey as a professional athlete and what he is doing as an entrepreneur. This episode focuses on the relationship part of his life. Listen to this episode to learn more: [00:00] - Why JJ got into network marketing [03:09] - What made JJ become a speaker [05:00] - Efforts to improve his significant relationships and how they affect his business [06:42] - The F6 Formula [07:16] - Tips for men on how to own date night [12:58] - One habit that every person needs [14:49] - JJ's criteria for accepting or declining a speaking engagement [19:11] - People that inspire JJ and teach him about leadership [24:41] - The size of his network [28:22] - Books JJ is reading and podcasts he listens to [34:17] - Five love languages [36:44] - Creativeness thrives when the mind is clear [40:07] - Average divorce rate in the USA NOTABLE QUOTES: "Don't spread yourself too thin. You don't have to put all your eggs in all these different baskets." "If you're going to invest in something or have a business, you make sure you're involved in it every single day. You gotta be there involved day-to-day." "Date night is what you write down in ink. It has to be in ink. You plan everything else around that, even the kids' stuff. And the kids…need to see that they're not the top priority. Your spouse is the top priority." "What marriage is all about is putting the needs of your mate ahead of yours." "Discipline is the key to success in anything you do." "Discipline is the ability to do what you need to do and when you need to do it, while no one is watching." "The more mentors you have, the more opportunities you have to grow." "My job as a leader is to create other great leaders. And if I view that as my job, that means that I have to be investing in other people. I have to be making them better." "If you don't believe in yourself, why should other people." BOOK MENTIONED: Sooley by John Grisham (https://tinyurl.com/SooleyNovel) The Four Year Career: How to Make Your Dream of Fun and Freedom Come True … or Not by Richard Bliss Brooke (https://tinyurl.com/FourYearCareerBook) When Opportunity Knocks: 8 Surefire Ways to Take Advantage (https://www.jjbirden.com/buy-jjs-book.html) PODCASTS MENTIONED: Lessons in Leadership with Michael S. Clouse (https://lessonsinleadership.podbean.com/) Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast (https://www.craiggroeschel.com/leadershippodcast) USEFUL RESOURCES: https://www.jjbirden.com/ https://www.instagram.com/jjbirden https://www.facebook.com/jjbirdenonline https://twitter.com/jjbirden https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjbirden https://www.youtube.com/user/birden88 https://www.jjbirden.com/buy-jjs-book.html CONNECT WITH JOHN Website - https://thejohnhulen.com Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/johnhulen Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/johnhule Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/johnhulen LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnhulen YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLX_NchE8lisC4NL2GciIWA EPISODE CREDITS Intro music provided by Tony Palacios - https://www.instagram.com/tonytonedog/ Outro music provided by Jeff Scheetz - https://jeffscheetz.com/
Fitting for this week's episode, Craig's latest article for Flamingo Magazine centers on a fiction writer highlighting Apalachicola. Our guest is Florida historian and author Jim Clark whose latest book details Florida's astonishing literary history which dates back to the 1500s and includes Earnest Hemmingway, Robert Frost, Tennessee Williams, Zora Neale Hurston, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Hunter S. Thompson, Jack Kerouac, John Grisham, Michael Patterson, Carl Hiasson and countless others. The book is called "Florida Literary Luminaries: Writing in Paradise" and was published in May of 2022.Thanks as always to Visit Sarasota for sponsoring this week's episode. Summer in Sarasota means beaches and the Visit Sarasota website can help you find your favorite Sarasota beach.
On today's 70th Episode of The Thriller Zone, I'm happy to introduce you to debut author, Joey Hartstone. If you recognize his name, it may be because he is the screenwriter to the films: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4778988/?ref_=nm_knf_i4 (LBJ) and https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5540992/?ref_=nm_knf_i2 (Shock & Awe), both starring https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000437/?ref_=tt_cl_t_1 (Woody Harrelson), and directed by https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001661/?ref_=tt_ov_dr (Rob Reiner). And if you're as big a geek as I am, who loves to discover the writers behind hit TV Series, then you may know him from https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5853176/?ref_=nm_ov_bio_lk1 (The Good Fight) (2017), and https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7440726/?ref_=nm_ov_bio_lk3 (Your Honor) (2020). On this month's "Discovering New Authors," I'm stoked to sit down and chat both screenwriting and novel writing, and given this is Joey's first foray into thriller novel writing, I'm especially excited to see what he's learned so far, as well as is excited to see ahead. Besides talking craft, there are more than a few names dropped on today's show; sure, like Woody Harrelson and Rob Reiner, but also other writers we both admire and are following. They include: https://markgreaneybooks.com/ (Mark Greaney), https://donbentleybooks.com/ (Don Bentley), http://www.ericpbishop.com/ (Eric Bishop), https://www.chrishauty.com/ (Chris Hauty), https://www.donwinslow.com/ (Don Winslow), https://www.deankoontz.com/ (Dean Koontz) and http://meggardiner.com/ (Meg Gardiner). It's always cool to meet people "on their way up," and while Joey is already well up the successful screenwriting ladder, this book will surely help catapult him into the arena of John Grisham lovers. The Local goes on sale tomorrow (6.14), and I encourage you to pick up a copy. To learn more, visit: https://JoeyHarstone.com (JoeyHarstone.com) and follow him on both Twitter and Instagram @jchartstone. And as always, please SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel, https://YouTube.com/TheThrillerZone (YouTube.com/TheThrillerZone), visit our podcast website, https://TheThrillerZone.com (TheThrillerZone.com) and follow us on both Twitter and Instagram @thethrillerzone. THANK YOU for listening, THANK YOU for your kind reviews, of which we ask that you please feel free to leave on ApplePodcasts or on our website, and consider dropping us a note at thethrillerzone at gmail.
Every month on THE IRON LIST, the Patrons of the Critically Acclaimed Network get to pick a topic for a giant-sized episode! This month William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold each pick ten thrillers that revolve around the legal system! "Legal Thrillers," if you will! Find out how many classic films made both lists, and how many John Grisham movies can possibly get name-checked in a single, solitary episode! Subscribe on Patreon at www.patreon.com/criticallyacclaimednetwork for exclusive content and exciting rewards, like bonus episodes, commentary tracks and much, much more! And visit our TeePublic page to buy shirts, mugs and other exciting merchandise! And if you want soap, be sure to check out M. Lopes da Silva's Etsy store: SaltCatSoap! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, so we can read your correspondence and answer YOUR questions in future episodes! Follow us on Twitter at @CriticAcclaim, join the official Fan Club on Facebook, follow Bibbs at @WilliamBibbiani and follow Witney at @WitneySeibold, and head on over to www.criticallyacclaimed.net for all their podcasts, reviews and more! Support the show: https://www.patreon.com//criticallyacclaimednetwork See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hello listeners! Apologies for the late upload again this week as we continue to experiment with some of the technical behind the scenes stuff. This week we have a novel draft in store for you; we're looking at adaptations from some of the authors Hollywood likes to come back to frequently. So we've got a shortlist of authors (Stephen King, Michael Crichton, John Grisham, Roald Dahl, Phillip K Dick, Richard Matheson) for which we've all seen at least three movies adapted from their work. We'll draft three each from the first five off the board, and then you can tell us which film collection ends up being the best. Listen in, and don't forget to vote either by clicking the link below! Vote for the winner here! (for now, you have to have the Spotify mobile app to vote) Time Codes: 3:35 Topic Intro 6:39 Question and Answer Time! 9:27 The Draft 48:33 The Second Half 1:15:00 Recap and Alternates Callbacks to Previous Episodes: 77: What Are the Best Tom Cruise Movies? (Plus Mission Impossible Trivia) 76: What Are the Dirtiest Jokes Ever Told? 74: Who are the Best Newspaper Comic Strip Cartoonists? 60: Drafting the Next James Bond and Playing James Bond Trivia 20: Drafting Standalone Movies and Pitching Their Sequels Social Media: Twitter Facebook Instagram Email us at email@example.com! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whatsondraft/message
In the three decades since leaving the law for writing, John Grisham has become one of the most widely read authors in human history. He has sold an astounding 350 million books, including 47 consecutive #1 bestsellers printed in 50 different languages. In this week's “Sunday Sitdown,” Willie Geist gets together with Grisham to talk about his leap from small town Southern lawyer to star novelist and his latest work, the novella Sparring Partners.
“It was the people really, that convinced me that this was a story not just worth telling, but needed to be told, and needed to be told the right way, in a way that would actually be fun to read and engaging, that would reach broader than an academic audience that would reach deep into the community and say, you know, this is a story about ordinary people trying to get justice in a time and place in America where it's pretty hard to do that…” Wastelands: The True Story of Farm Country on Trial is the true story of an epic battle of power and justice, good and evil, with heroes to remind us that there is virtue in the world. Corban Addison joins us on the show to talk about his nonfiction legal thriller—a book John Grisham says he wished he'd written—centered on the Black and brown residents of eastern North Carolina, two million hogs and the men who run the big business of pork, along with the ways story connects and empowers communities, the hours of personal interviews and research that informed his writing, what next for him, and much more with Poured Over's host, Miwa Messer. Featured Books: A Civil Action by Jonathan Harr Empire of Pain by Patrick Radden Keefe The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel Wilkerson City on Fire by Don Winslow Poured Over is produced and hosted by Miwa Messer and mixed by Harry Liang. Follow us here for new episodes Tuesdays and Thursdays (with occasional Saturdays). A full transcript of this show is available here.
Esta es una muestra de "El cliente" (español latino). La versión completa tiene una duración total de 16 h 20 min. Encuentra este audiolibro completo en https://bit.ly/3QrkPBXNarrado por: Jaime CollepardoUn senador ha muerto, y Mark Sway, un chico de once años, es el único que sabe dónde está escondido el cadáver. En el FBI quieren que revele el paradero a toda costa, sea cual sea el perjuicio para Mark y su familia. Y el asesino quiere que mantenga la boca cerrada para siempre. Reggie Love lleva menos de cinco años ejerciendo la abogacía. Solo ella puede salvar a Mark de dos amenazas aterradoramente simétricas. Juntos deberán enfrentarse al poder del aparato estatal y a las tretas de un asesino sin piedad.© 2022, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, S. A. U.#penguinaudio #audiolibro #audiolibros #Grisham #JohnGrisham See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Matty McC meets Patty McG in the battle you didn't know you wanted to McSee! Look, A Time to Kill, the fourth big-studio adaptation of a John Grisham legal thriller to hit theaters in a 37-month period during the first Clinton Administration, is not a great showcase for our man Patty McG. There are just too many high-caliber, high-profile, and high-maintenance players in its stacked cast, and probably too much studio pressure for him to get away with anything weird. (Braveheart, released 14 months earlier, was a long time ago.) Company-man director Joel Schumacher seems to have saved all his creative chits for putting nipples on Batsuits in this era, turning in a serviceable but unshowy piece of work the summer in between Batman Forever and Batman and Robin. He sure does like to spray his actors with baby oil, though. The good news is that our friend Linda Holmes is back this episode, lending her quadruple-threat expertise as (in increasing order of significance) a Sandra Bullock expert, and Grisham expert, an actual-albeit-no-longer-practicing lawyer, and of course as a world-class critic to our examination of the picture. Join us, won't you, on this jurisprudent journey back to nineteen-niner-six. A Time to Kill Screenplay by Akiva Goldsman, adapted from John Grisham's novel Directed by Joel Schumacher Released July 24, 1996 Write to the Citizens Advice Bureau at adegreeabsolute dot gmail! Leave us a five-star review with your hottest Prisoner take on Apple Podcasts! Follow @NotaNumberPod! Our song: "A Degree Absolute!" Music and Lyrics by Chris Klimek Arranged by Casey Erin Clark and Jonathan Clark Vocals and Keyboards by Casey Erin Clark Guitar, Percussion, Mixing by Jonathan Clark Bass by Marcus Newstead
In this episode, Marquis Murray from Ditto shares that in order to really have freedom in your business you need to set up the right systems. Creative entrepreneurs thrive in their zone of genius and when it comes to organization and systems it's just really chaotic. The basis of good documentation doesn't have to be complicated. Highlights From This Episode: There's a place for everything and everything in its place Start really simple in documenting your systems Don't overcomplicate the basis of good documentation It's a trap to think you'll do your systems later Find your systems tool, learn it really well and stick with it Links & Resources From This Episode: Entrepreneur Toolbox Where you'll find all our podcast guest gifts Learn more: Marquis Murray Check out Marquis's Process Improvement Training Resources: Business Process Audit Checklist More About Marquis Murray I'm Marquis, the CEO, and Founder of Ditto — a systems and processes consultancy for organizations who need help creating clarity around the work done inside their companies. Partnering with companies like Asana, HubSpot, PandaDoc, LogicGate, and Kanbanize allows us to offer some of the best in class solutions for our clients. My journey began by building the necessary systems within my previous Marketing Agency, Media Crate. I found that the need to create order in the chaos was a common trend that I saw with my clients and this discovery helped me to realize my true passion (operations) and eventually led me into a career creating SOPs, process workflows, and automations to make work easier. My goal is to eliminate team burnout for good so that teams can focus more on the work they do without the stress of not knowing where or how the work is happening. I'm also an avid reader who loves digging into leadership and business books but can escape into a good John Grisham novel every now and then too. When I'm not optimizing workflows, you can find me either honing my skills in photography, kayaking, playing bass, or out for a walk with my family, getting to know more of the small town we call home. Awesome FREE Resources for YOU! Entrepreneur Toolbox Special access to reports, books and resources provided to you as gifts from our podcast expert guests. This valuable information covers various business and life topics. Power of 3 Daily Planner A one-page daily planner to keep you on track to reaching your goals and taking action on the important things in your business and life. Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please Share It, Subscribe to the Podcast and Leave Us An iTunes Review. Val Low is a MAP IT Master & Brand Strategist and takes entrepreneurs to their next level of growth and impact. Through visual business mapping, Val works with entrepreneurs to take their dreams and business ideas out of their head and bring them to life. Val provides strategy on creating a message and brand to stand out in a noisy marketplace that people love to talk about. Visit Val's Website: https://vallow.me/ Connect with Val on Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/val-low #entrepreneur #business #clarity #marketing #integrations #sop #process #productivity #systems #workflow #document #efficient #effective
Three thrilling stories of the law from the master of the legal thriller. Homecoming takes us back to Ford County, the fictional setting of many of John Grisham's unforgettable stories. Jake Brigance is back, but he's not in the courtroom. He's called upon to help an old friend, Mack Stafford, a former lawyer in Clanton who three years earlier became a local legend when he stole some money from his clients, divorced his wife, filed for bankruptcy, and left his family in the middle of the night, never to be heard from again. Until now. Now Mack is back and he's leaning on his old pals, Jake and Harry Rex, to help him return. His homecoming does not go as planned. In Strawberry Moon, we meet Cody Wallace, a young death row inmate only three hours away from execution. His lawyers can't save him, the courts slam the door, and the Governor says no to a last minute request for clemency. As the clock ticks down, Cody has only one final request. The Sparring Partners are the Malloy brothers, Kirk and Rusty, two successful young lawyers who inherited a once prosperous firm when its founder, their father, was sent to prison. Kirk and Rusty loathe one another, and speak to each other only when necessary. As the firm disintegrates, the fiasco falls into the lap of Diantha Bradshaw, the only person the partners trust. Can she save the Malloys, or does she take a stand for the first time and try to save herself? 350+ million copies, 45 languages, 9 blockbuster films. No one writes drama like John Grisham.
We move forward with our May miniseries this week by looking back at the 1993 holiday season with EW's Holiday Movie Preview and The Pelican Brief. And this week, we have returning guest and Who? Weekly cohost Bobby Finger joining us to unpack all of the John Grisham vibes. Based on Grisham's novel and released in … Continue reading "195 – The Pelican Brief (EW Holiday Movie Preview) (with Bobby Finger)"
Today we're excited to share a presentation by Tyson Mutrux from MaxLawCon 2021! Tune in to learn about why you need more nerds and weirdos in your life.Tyson always wanted to be an attorney, but when he was younger, he didn't think it was possible. Neither one of his parents graduated from high school, and money wasn't something he had a lot of. His dad and mom both worked two jobs and taught him the value of hard work. As a mechanic, his dad knew how grueling manual labor could be, so he intentionally wouldn't let Tyson work on cars so that he wouldn't follow in his footsteps.He owes a lot to his parents, his wife, his family, and his friends for where he is today. Tyson can point to two moments in his life that led him to become a lawyer. The first may seem trivial to most, but it isn't to him. On his high school graduation day, Tyson received a book from one of his favorite teachers, Mrs. Morgan. The book? The Street Lawyer, by John Grisham. The plot of the book isn't what mattered; it was the message. Mrs. Morgan had always encouraged him to become a lawyer, and this was another nudge down that path. With the simple act of giving him that book, she was telling Tyson to follow his dream. The book is great, by the way – he still has the original she gave him.1:38 these are my nerds and weirdos4:08 I like weirdos a lot9:00 Jim's feet in socks and sandals12:00 unlock your inner weirdoWatch the podcast here.Join the Guild: www.maxlawguild.comMaxLawCon tickets are on sale now! Grab your ticket today at www.MaxLawCon2022.com
Esta es una muestra de "El socio". La versión completa tiene una duración total de 13 h 55 min. Encuentra este audiolibro completo en https://bit.ly/3PcjT3oNarrado por: René GarcíaLo encontraron en un pequeño pueblo de Brasil. Tenía otro nombre y otro aspecto, pero estaban seguros de haber dado con él. Cuatro años antes se llamaba Patrick S. Lanigan. Había muerto en un accidente de tráfico en febrero de 1992. Estaba enterrado en un cementerio de Biloxi, Mississippi. Había sido socio en un prometedor bufete de abogados, tenía una esposa guapa, una nueva hija y un futuro espléndido. A las seis semanas de su muerte, noventa millones de dólares desaparecieron de las cuentas de la empresa. Fue entonces cuando sus socios supieron que seguía con vida.© 2022, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, S. A. U.#penguinaudio #audiolibro #audiolibros #Grisham #JohnGrisham See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
ESCAPE THE FIELD MOVIE REVIEW We've all been there right? One moment you're in bed, reading a John Grisham novel, only to wake up in the middle of a corn field with nothing but your wits, a knife, and dressed down in your best lingerie… No you say? That's never happened to you? Well you're… Read More »Screener Squad: Escape The Field
ESCAPE THE FIELD MOVIE REVIEW We've all been there right? One moment you're in bed, reading a John Grisham novel, only to wake up in the middle of a corn field with nothing but your wits, a knife, and dressed down in your best lingerie… No you say? That's never happened to you? Well you're… Read More »Screener Squad: Escape The Field
Esta es una muestra de "Legítima defensa". La versión completa tiene una duración total de 20 h 46 min. Encuentra este audiolibro completo en https://bit.ly/3P34oehNarrado por: Carlos CanalesRudy Baylor es un abogado recién licenciado: tiene un caso, solamente uno, para saldar sus crecientes deudas. En él, debe enfrentarse a una gigantesca compañía de seguros, que podría haber salvado la vida de un hombre joven pero prefirió negarse a sufragar sus gastos médicos hasta que fue demasiado tarde. El litigio se podría cerrar con una condena de varios millones de dólares, pero hay un problema: Rudy no ha hablado nunca ante un tribunal. Y además debe enfrentarse a los abogados más caros, a profesionales que están acostumbrados a moverse entre mares de dinero. Reseñas:«Es el mejor escritor de thrillers vivo.»Ken Follett «Nos tiene pasando página hasta mucho después de la hora de ir a dormir... tan emocionante como una persecución de coches cargados de dinamita.»Daily Mail© 2022, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, S. A. U.#penguinaudio #audiolibro #audiolibros #Grisham #JohnGrisham See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mit einem entspannten "Ommmm" folgen Jan und Daniel dem Bestseller von Emmanuel Carrère auf ein Yoga-Retreat. Und Thriller-Autor John Grisham verrät, woher er seine vielen Ideen nimmt. Mit einem entspannten "Ommmm" folgen Jan und Daniel dem Bestseller von Emmanuel Carrère auf ein Yoga-Retreat. Und Thriller-Autor John Grisham verrät, woher er seine vielen Ideen nimmt. So viel Aufmerksamkeit haben die Nasenlöcher der Hosts wohl noch nie bekommen: In der Bestsellerchallenge geht es diesmal um Vipassana-Yoga, also um das bewusste Ein- und Ausatmen. Die Entspannung findet jedoch ein jähes Ende, als Jan Daniel zu einer Yoga-Challenge herausfordert. Zu Gast ist diesmal der Thriller-Autor John Grisham. Er begrüßt die beiden Hosts von seiner Farm in Virginia. Ein idyllischer Ort, an dem aber grausame Ideen entstehen. Zum Beispiel die eines Richters, der gleichzeitig ein Serienmörder wird. Darum geht es in Grishams neuem Roman. Nach der Erfahrung des letzten Romans "Der Polizist" (nachzuhören in Folge 33) will Daniel aber vor allem eins wissen: Warum gibt es so viele Wiederholungen im Buch? Auf seiner literarischen Weltreise landet Jan diesmal in Singapur, wo ein Roman über Marlene Dietrich erschienen ist. Und er findet einen Literaturnobelpreisträger, für den Meditation mindestens so wichtig war wie für Emmanuel Carrère. Die Bücher der Sendung 00:00:27 Emmanuel Carrère: „Yoga“ (Matthes und Seitz) 00:15:04 Amanda Lee Koe: „Die letzten Strahlen eines Sterns“ (CulturBooks) 00:18:37 Tobias Friedrich: „Der Flussregenpfeifer“ (Penguin) 00:21:58 John Grisham: „Der Verdächtige“ (Heyne) 00:24:50 Interview mit John Grisham 00:46:21 Karin Kalisa: „Sungs Laden“ (C.H. Beck) 00:47:29 Katerina Poladjan: „Hier sind Löwen“ (S. Fischer) 00:51:31 Jose Saramago: „Das steinerne Floß“ (Rowohlt Taschenbuch) Rezept eatREADsleep-Yoga-Reis "Sonnengruß" für zwei Personen Zutaten: 150 g Wildkornreis 1 große Karotte 1 Pak Choi 1 Zucchini 1 Packung Zuckererbsen 1 Bund Frühlingszwiebeln 1 daumengroßes Stück Ingwer 1 Knoblauchzehe Olivenöl Erdnussöl Koriander Zubereitung: Den Reis mit etwas Salz etwa 15-20 Minuten kochen. Öl in der Pfanne oder in einem Wok erhitzen, den kleingeschnittenen Ingwer und Knoblauch hinzufügen. Die Karotten in schmale Stifte schneiden und ebenfalls hinzufügen. Dann die klein geschnittenen Zucchini, und den in Streifen geschnittenen Pak Choi sowie die ganzen Zuckerschoten im Ganzen in die Pfanne oder den Wok geben. Das Ganze mit 4-5 EL Sojasoße bei großer Hitze würzen und reduzieren, danach mit einem Schuss Erdnussöl abrunden. Den Reis mit Koriander dekorieren. Die Edle Stille hat begonnen. Auf blechernen Servierwagen schieben die Kurshelfer Riesenportionen Reis und gekochtes Gemüse herein, das man mit Sojasoße, Bierhefe oder Gomasio würzen kann. https://www.deutscher-podcastpreis.de/podcasts/eat-read-sleep-buecher-fuer-dich/ Feedback, Anregungen und Ideen? Her damit! Wer Feedback geben oder eigene Lieblingsbücher nennen möchte, der erreicht die drei Hosts per E-Mail unter firstname.lastname@example.org. Der Podcast wird alle 14 Tage freitags um 6 Uhr veröffentlicht und läuft als Gemeinschaftsprojekt unter der NDR Dachmarke - zu hören und hier zu abonnieren - oder aber in der ARD-Audiothek.
Esta es una muestra de "La apelación". La versión completa tiene una duración total de 14 h 11 min. Encuentra este audiolibro completo en https://bit.ly/3dejhNsNarrado por: Gabriel PorrasEn una abarrotada sala de un tribunal del estado de Mississippi el jurado pronuncia un veredicto totalmente inesperado: declara culpable a una empresa química por realizar vertidos tóxicos en el sistema de conducción de agua potable de la ciudad, lo que ha provocado la incidencia de cáncer más alta de la historia. La empresa apela al Tribunal Supremo del estado, cuyos nueve jueces deberán confirmar o revocar el veredicto. Carl Trudeau, el propietario de la empresa, no confía en que emita un fallo favorable para él e investiga a cada juez. Aprovechando que hay una vacante en el Tribunal, decide presentar a su propio candidato, aunque le cueste unos cuantos millones de dólares. Para eso se pone en contacto con una empresa que le selecciona un abogado joven y maleable. Le financian, le promocionan y le moldean a su gusto para que llegue a convertirse en juez del Tribunal Supremo. Su juez del Tribunal Supremo. © 2022, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, S. A. U.#penguinaudio #audiolibro #audiolibros #Grisham #JohnGrisham See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Esta es una muestra de "La apelación". La versión completa tiene una duración total de 13 h 52 min. Encuentra este audiolibro completo en https://bit.ly/3A6xNjtNarrado por: Alfons VallésEn una abarrotada sala de un tribunal del estado de Mississippi el jurado pronuncia un veredicto totalmente inesperado: declara culpable a una empresa química por realizar vertidos tóxicos en el sistema de conducción de agua potable de la ciudad, lo que ha provocado la incidencia de cáncer más alta de la historia. La empresa apela al Tribunal Supremo del estado, cuyos nueve jueces deberán confirmar o revocar el veredicto. Carl Trudeau, el propietario de la empresa, no confía en que emita un fallo favorable para él e investiga a cada juez. Aprovechando que hay una vacante en el Tribunal, decide presentar a su propio candidato, aunque le cueste unos cuantos millones de dólares. Para eso se pone en contacto con una empresa que le selecciona un abogado joven y maleable. Le financian, le promocionan y le moldean a su gusto para que llegue a convertirse en juez del Tribunal Supremo. Su juez del Tribunal Supremo.© 2022, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, S. A. U.#penguinaudio #audiolibro #audiolibros #Grisham #JohnGrisham See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Esta es una muestra de "La tapadera". La versión completa tiene una duración total de 17 h 51 min. Encuentra este audiolibro completo en https://bit.ly/3JI4PJJNarrado por: Carlos CanalesCuando Mitch McDeere quedó entre los cinco primeros de su promoción en la facultad de derecho de Harvard, las ofertas de los mejores bufetes empezaron a llover de todos los rincones de Estados Unidos. El que eligió no era el más famoso pero sí muy respetado, y estaban dispuestos a satisfacer con creces los deseos de Mitch y su esposa: un sueldo que parecía multiplicarse, un BMW y una casa que jamás habría esperado poseer. Sin embargo, en el trato se incluyeron también algunos términos inesperados: archivos intocables, micrófonos ocultos, la muerte misteriosa de algunos colegas y la evasión de varios millones de dólares. El FBI haría lo que fuese por destapar ese circuito de crimen y fraude. Y los socios del bufete también, pero por mantener a salvo sus secretos y los de sus clientes. Para Mitch, haber conseguido el trabajo de sus sueños puede suponer su peor pesadilla.© 2022, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, S. A. U.#penguinaudio #audiolibro #audiolibros #Grisham #JohnGrisham See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Eliot Parker is the author of five novels: “Breakdown at Clear River,” “Making Arrangements,” “Fragile Brilliance,” “Code for Murder,” and “A Knife's Edge.” We discuss: >> Developing an author platform >> What makes a novel Appalachian? >> The storytelling ethos of the south >> Hallmarks of creative writing >> Pat Conroy, John Grisham and Ray Bradbury >> What got Eliot Parker's career started >> His favorite quote about writing >> His teaching role at University of Mississippi >> Etc. Learn more about Eliot Parker here: http://www.eliotparker.com/ Novelist Spotlight is produced and hosted by Mike Consol, author of “Hardwood: A NovelAbout College Basketball and Other Games Young Men Play,” and three yet-to-be-published manuscripts, including “Family Recipes: A Novel about Italian Culture, Catholic Guilt and the Culinary Crime of the Century,” “Lolita Firestone: A Supernatural Novel,” and the short story collection “Love American Style.” Write to him at email@example.com. We hope you will subscribe and share the link with any family, friends or colleagues who might benefit from this program.
We make a return trip to Mississippi this week as we discuss the 1996 John Grisham film, A Time To Kill. We're joined by the multi-talented Bryndon Cook (Tick Tick...BOOM! and Starchild & The New Romantic) to talk about how a movie could pack so many white saviors into one story. We also ask if this is Samuel L. Jackson's most iconic performance, the absurdity of Matthew McConaughey's final speech, and if we can get a biopic of the Black woman who slaps the grand wizard. Bryndon is an incredible talent. Stay up with everything they have going on by following the Twitter (@thisisbryndon) and also checking out the website and Soundcloud! And as always you can follow us @white_pod on Twitter as well as write into us at firstname.lastname@example.org Send us your movie recs, your white nonsense, and whatever else you've got. Also if you'd be so kind, rate, review, and comment on the show wherever you podcast. Thanks for listening, we'll catch you again next week!
The Bros are once again joined by long time bro Ramsey Callahan. He catches up the guys on some incredible breakthroughs regarding the aging process by discussing David Sinclair's Lifespan. Kenny then uses Bleachers by John Grisham as an excuse to tell stories about a surly, but hilarious football coach that all three shared while attending Middleton High School. James opted out of reviewing a book in lieu of telling more incredible stories about the legendary Coach Larry Wright. Links from today's show: Lifespan Bleachers The Toughest American Predator Undaunted Courage --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kenny-james65/message
Today on the show we have director and screenwriter J. Mills Goodloe.J. Mills Goodloe grew up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. He began his career at Warner Brothers working for director Richard Donner. Goodloe worked from 1992 to 1995 as Donner's assistant on Lethal Weapon 3 and Maverick, both starring Mel Gibson, then segued into producing where he developed and produced Assassins starring Sylvester Stallone, Antonio Banderas and Julianne Moore.In 1996, Goodloe produced Conspiracy Theory, once again starring Mel Gibson, along with Julia Roberts, and Lethal Weapon 4, the fourth installment of the billion dollar grossing Lethal Weapon series.In 2001, Goodloe wrote and directed A Gentleman's Game starring Gary Sinise, Dylan Baker and Philip Baker Hall. In 2005, Goodloe wrote the adaptation for the John Grisham novel Bleachers for Revolution Studios. Goodloe also co-wrote the screenplay for the inspirational sports film Pride, released theatrically by Lionsgate and starring Terrence Howard and Bernie Mac.In 2014, Goodloe's adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' novel Best of Mewent into production, starring Michelle Monaghan and James Marsden and directed by Michael Hoffman.Based on the bestselling novel by acclaimed author Nicholas Sparks, The Best of Me tells the story of Dawson and Amanda, two former high school sweethearts who find themselves reunited after 20 years apart, when they return to their small town for the funeral of a beloved friend. Their bittersweet reunion reignites the love they've never forgotten, but soon they discover the forces that drove them apart twenty years ago live on, posing even more serious threats today. Spanning decades, this epic love story captures the enduring power of our first true love, and the wrenching choices we face when confronted with elusive second chances.In 2013, Academy Award nominated director Hany Abu-Assad was hired to direct Goodloe's screenplay Mountain Between Us, a Twentieth Century Fox project based upon the novel by Charles Martin.In the Spring of 2014, Goodloe's original screenplay Age of Adaline began principal photography, starring Harrison Ford, Blake Lively and directed by Lee Toland Krieger. The film will be released by Lionsgate in the Spring of 2015.After miraculously remaining 29 years old for almost eight decades, Adaline Bowman (Blake Lively) has lived a solitary existence, never allowing herself to get close to anyone who might reveal her secret. But a chance encounter with charismatic philanthropist Ellis Jones (Michiel Huisman) reignites her passion for life and romance. When a weekend with his parents (Harrison Ford and Kathy Baker) threatens to uncover the truth, Adaline makes a decision that will change her life forever.In 2014, Sony Studios hired Goodloe to write the screenplay Christian the Lion with Neil Moritz' Original Film producing. His other projects include a scripted drama for Bravo Television called All the Pretty Faces which he and Jennifer Garner are producing.Enjoy my conversation with J. Mills Goodloe.
Our guest this week is Chris Andrews, Director of the Sports Book at South Point. We had Chris on last year to talk about his book, "Then One Day," and now he is back to talk about his second book, "Then One Year." We welcome your questions - send them to us at email@example.com, or you can find me at @RWM21 on Twitter or https://www.facebook.com/GamblingWithAnEdge. Show Notes [00:00] Introduction of Chris Andrews, sportsbook director and author of Then One Year [00:41] How is Then One Year different from Then One Year [04:53] Recounting wins and losses [06:33] Las Vegas' pandemic recovery [07:42] Health updates [11:49] Why was 2020 so difficult for bookmakers? [15:56] Was there sharp money in obscure markets during the pandemic/ [16:46] Calculating odds on obscure sports [18:11] Variance in bookmaking operations [21:34] Tom Brady's impact on futures [26:17] South Point Casino March promotions - Free Play with a Kicker [26:56] http://BlackjackApprenticeship.com - card counting training site and advantage play community with software and tracking tools [27:28] http://VideoPoker.com/gwae - Gold Membership offers correction on most games, free Pro Membership trial for GWAE listeners [28:37] Desaun Watson [32:22] Other NFL moves that impact futures [36:01] College basketball [39:05] Hedging bets with other books [40:12] How involved is Chris in originating lines? [44:31] Monday Night Football [46:40] Chris' personal betting in football contests [48:37] A possible third book from Chris [49:45] Roxy Roxborough [50:45] Recommended: Super Pumped on Showtime, Winning Time on HBO, The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz. The Judge's List by John Grisham, Endurance by Alfred Lansing Sponsored Links: http://SouthPointCasino.com http://BlackjackApprenticeship.com http://VideoPoker.com/gwae Books Referenced: The One Day by Chris Andrews - https://amzn.to/3NtMZMe Then One Year by Chris Andrews - https://amzn.to/3L9Yvu6 The National Football Lottery by Larry Merchant - https://amzn.to/36oavJC Recommended: Super Pumped http://Sho.com/super-pumped Rise of the Lakers http://Hbo.com/winning-time-the-rise-of-the-lakers-dynasty The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz - https://amzn.to/3NlhN1F The Judge's List by John Grisham - https://amzn.to/3iuBshr Endurance by Alfred Lansing - https://amzn.to/3NgeVTF Video of sunken ship Endurance http://Youtube.com/watch?v=Syg1IxOvbqU Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices