Kobo Writing Life Podcast – Episode 024 with Kathy Reichs

Any “#Bones” books or TV fans out there, check out this interview with the author /forensic anthropologist, Kathy Reichs, the stories are based upon, right here! http://traffic.libsyn.com/kobowritinglife/KWL_024_KathyReichs.mp3

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KathyReichs_KoboinConversation_02Kathy Reichs & Bob Ramsay

This podcast includes the full and unabridged audio of the Kobo in Conversation interview with Kathy Reichs conducted by Bob Ramsay and hosted by Kobo’s Senior Director of Communications Tracy Nesdoly.

The interview covers the following:

  • The “Big Bang Break” that happens in an investigation – that one moment when realization explodes and the search hurdles forward on the right trajectory.
  • The new YA writing she is doing in collaboration with her son
  • How, even though she has sold millions of copies of her novels around the world, has a television series based on her popular recurring character Temperance Brennan, she is still on tour and treats every new book with the same enthusiasm as her first book
  • Kathy’s perspective on the book publishing business and the promotion and sale of books in the next five years, with respect to the fact that recent UK…

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BILL MCGOLDRICK of the SyFy Channel Previews 5 new shows for EW

BILL MCGOLDRICK of the SyFy Channel Previews 5 new shows for EW

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Link to full article, trailers and interview, below. 5 shows summarized here:

Ascension “Mini-series; possible series. Six hours. Stars Brian Van Holt, Tricia Helfer. The show sets up an alternate version of reality in which, in 1963, President Kennedy and the U.S. government, fearing the Cold War will become hot and lead to the destruction of the Earth, decided to launch a covert space mission. They sent 600 men, women and children into space on a century-long voyage aboard the Ascension, a massive, self-sustaining generation ship. Their mission is to populate a new world, known as Proxima, assuring the survival of the human race. Nearly 50 years into the journey (i.e. in the present), as they approach the point of no return, the mysterious murder of a young woman—the first homicide since their departure—causes the ship’s crew to question the true nature of their mission. Premieres Dec. 15, 2014.”

12 Monkeys “Series, 13 episodes. Stars Aaron Stanford, Amanda Schull and Kirk Acevedo. A complete re-imagning of the Terry Gilliam film. A time-traveler from a decimated future journeys back to present day in a bid to locate and eradicate the source of a deadly plague that will pretty much annihilate the human race. Premieres Jan. 16, 2015.”

Childhood’s End “Mini-series, 6 hours. Stars Charles Dance. Based on Arthur C. Clarke’s sci-fi classic, follows a breed of aliens called the ‘Overlords,’ who manage to peacefully invade and rule Earth, and create a pseudo-utopia that comes at the price of human identity and culture. Premieres 2015.”

The Expanse “Series, 10 episodes. Stars Thomas Jane, Shohreh Aghdashloo, Steven Strait. Based on the series of books by James S.A. Corey, a thriller set two hundred years in the future, The Expanse follows the case of a missing young woman who brings a hardened detective and a rogue ship’s captain together in a race across the solar system to expose the greatest conspiracy in human history. No date.”

Hunters “Series, 13 episodes. Based on Whitley Strieber’s novel Alien Hunter, a Philadelphia cop searches for his missing wife leads and discovers a secret government unit that assembled to hunt a group of ruthless terrorists who may not be from this world. Premieres 2016.”

http://insidetv.ew.com/2014/10/28/syfy/