How do you find that one perfect person who will lead you into true love? It's a question explored by author and meditation coach Kathy Freston in her new book, "The One: Finding Soul Mate Love and Making it Last." Freston joined The Early Show Wednesday to talk about her book, and about how to find and keep your true soul mate.
To read an excerpt from "The One,".
Monday, April 24, 2006
Author Peter Richmond joined The Early Show to talk about his new book, "Fever: The Life and Music of Miss Peggy Lee." This comprehensive biography draws on new information and interviews and ranks Lee among the greatest of all American jazz singers.
To read an excerpt, click here.
Thursday, April 20, 2006
Jane Fonda has covered lots of ground in her lifetime. She's a two-time Academy Award winner, activist, producer, philanthropist, entrepreneur, mother and grandmother, so when it came to writing her memoir, there was no shortage of material. Her very candid "My Life So Far" was a No. 1 New York Times best seller last year. It's just been released in paperback, with a new introduction and a companion DVD.
Fonda joined The Early Show Thursday morning.
To read an excerpt from "My Life So Far," click here.
Wednesday, April 19, 2006
Sebastian Junger, author of the best-selling "The Perfect Storm," takes on another real-life drama in his new book, "A Death In Belmont." The story takes the reader back to Belmont, Mass., in 1963, to the murder of Bessie Goldberg, who was attacked and killed in her home. The attack seemed to fit the pattern of the Boston Strangler, who was in that very area on the day of the murder. But a different man was arrested and convicted in the case, and Junger's narrative opens nagging questions about whether justice was served.
It's a case with a very personal connection to Junger and his family. The man who confessed to being the Boston Strangler, Albert DeSalvo, worked in Junger's home and the author's mother remembers at least one chilling interaction with him.
Junger joined The Early Show Wednesday with the inside story. To watch that interview,
To read an excerpt from "A Death in Belmont," click here.and for information from the publisher,
Monday, April 17, 2006
Tyler Perry has resurrected Madea, his trash-talking inner grandma, for his latest book, "Don't Make a Black Woman Take Off Her Earrings: Madea's Uninhibited Commentaries on Love and Life." Readers are warned to follow the homespun advice about love, sex, and more, at their own risk.
Perry appeared on The Early Show Monday to
To read an excerpt, www.tylerperry.com.. And visit Tyler Perry's Web site, at