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MTTA 142: Michael Kaufman

Michael Kaufman, PhD, is a writer of both fiction and non-fiction books. As an advisor, activist, and keynote speaker, he has developed innovative approaches to engage men and boys in promoting gender equality and positively transforming men’s lives. Over the past four decades his work with the United Nations, governments, non-governmental organizations, corporations, trade unions,…

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MTTA 141: Brett Godfrey

Brett Godfrey is a lawyer, engineer, pilot, and author of BLACK SUNRISE, a new techno thriller suspense novel that is becoming a sensation in its niche. Brett’s has a fascinating background and life experiences that have provided him with unique insight and knowledge regarding what keeps Americans up at night and has been been able…

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MTTA 140: Peter May

Excited to have bestselling author Peter May back on the podcast (here is the first interview). Peter May was born in Glasgow, but now lives in France, where his books have won several awards and he has a large following of fans. He’s sold more than five million books worldswide. His latest book, The Night Gate,…

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MTTA 139: Dean Koontz

I’m thrilled to welcome back the legandary author, Dean Koontz back to the podcast. Dean Koontz is the interantioally known bestselling author of thriller and suspense novels; although it’s hard to pin him down, genre-wise, since he popularized mishmasing genres much to publishers chagrin. His books are published in 38 languages and he has sold…

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MTTA 138: James Rosone

James Rosone started a military career in the Army National Guard as a communications specialist and forward observer for a self-propelled artillery unit. He later joined the U.S. Air Force, becoming an interrogator during 2007 Iraq War troop surge. He has over 2,000 hours of experience interrogating Al Qaeda prisoners.  After 10 years of service…

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MTTA 137: Timothy Miller

Tim is from Louisiana and has lived all over Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New Orleans, Chicago, and Milan, Italy where the inspiration for The Strange Case of Eliza Doolittle began. He’s probably the only bartender to have worked in the French Quarter of New Orealns, San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf and the Navy Pier in…

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