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Sharing the best of Beyond The Ordinary Show _ Bringing light to conversations kept in the dark! The Beyond The Ordinary Show, hosted by John Burgos, offers FREE LIVE interactive webinar broadcasts featuring the world’s leading transformative thought leaders, energy healers and spiritual masters. Established as a platform to honestly speak about subjects, feelings and thoughts that are hard to find in mass media, the Beyond The Ordinary Show quickly grew into an interactive community for tho ...
 
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In this episode of The Thermo Diet Podcast, Jayton Miller sits down with author, independent researcher, and health coach Kate Deering. In this episode they talk about all aspects of serotonin, why it is necessary, why you should not have too much serotonin in the body, and more. Check it out and let us know what you think! Instagram @researchcowbo…
 
Taylor and I discuss Down Range, how Garrett became his protagonist, creating a believable main character, bringing the Texas landscape to life, crafting his exciting ending, and much more. Taylor’s recommended reads are: The Worst Hard Time by Timothy Egan Lone Survivor by Marcus Luttrell Without Sanction by Don Bentley Support the podcast by beco…
 
Charlotte and I discuss Once There Were Wolves, how she decided to write about wolves and rewilding the Scottish Highlands, her research, mirror touch synasthesia, crafting Inti’s strong character, and much more. Charlotte’s recommended reads are: One, Two, Three by Laurie Frankel Yerba Buena by Nina LaCour Support the podcast by becoming a Page Tu…
 
Suzanne and I discuss So We Meet Again, the male-dominated investment banking industry, her stint as an entrepreneur, wrapping in the craziness of 2020, her favorite character to write, and much more. Suzanne’s recommended reads are: Mom Jeans and Other Mistakes by Alexa Martin The Soulmate Equation by Christina Lauren The People We Meet on Vacatio…
 
Jason and I discuss Hell of a Book, the autobiographical nature of this book, his writing process, being selected as the July "Read with Jenna" book club selection, how the book is designed to start conversations about race and identity, and much more. Jason’s recommended reads are: Black Buck by Mateo Askaripour Monsters by Barry Windsor-Smith Sup…
 
Meg and I discuss her new book The Runaway Heiress, how it took her a while to realize she was a writer, her inspiration for the character Mick, reconciling her past so she could move forward with her future, writing romantic suspense, creating her "Cozy Tea Time" on YouTube, and much more. Meg’s recommended reads are: Lizzie & Dante by Mary Bly Wh…
 
In this episode of The Thermo Diet Podcast, Jayton Miller sits down with Theresa Piela. Theresa is a health coach and serves people who are trying to enhance their health using metabolic principles. In this episode we talk about the healing journey, things to think about when on your journey towards better health, and more. Check it out and let us …
 
We discuss their new book The Personal Librarian, bringing Belle de Costa Greene to life, portraying Belle’s internal struggle, using the first person POV to tell a more personal story, writing partnerships, their July GMA book club selection, and much more. Victoria’s recommended read is: Yellow Wife by Sadeqa Johnson Marie’s recommended read is: …
 
Elizabeth and I discuss The Ride of Her Life, crafting this grand adventure story, how she learned about Annie Wilkins and her incredible journey, the manner in which the automobile and interstates revolutionized the United States, what surprised her while writing this book, and much more. Elizabeth’s recommended reads are: The Girls in the Stilt H…
 
Stephanie and I discuss her new book Fatal Family Ties, the complexity of researching individuals who fought in the Civil War, her favorite secondary characters to write, how her title came about, how the theme of second chance ended up winding through this book, and much more. Stephanie’s recommended reads are: A Peculiar Combination by Ashley Wea…
 
Danielle and I discuss her job as a Publicity Director at Harper Collins and what her role entails, her road to becoming a book publicist, how publicists at William Morrow are assigned to books, how each book campaign is unique to that book, the book she is an evangelist for, her reading recommendations, and more. Support the podcast by becoming a …
 
Pamela, Mary and I discuss working as booksellers and what their roles entail, the book club event they are organizing and hosting in September called the Book Club Buffet, what surprises them the most about the book world, the genres they like to read, their reading recommendations, and more. Listen to the episode to hear Mary and Pamela’s recomme…
 
Adam and I discuss Committed: Dispatches from a Psychiatrist in Training, how psychiatry differs from other medical fields, imposter syndrome, how he handled the legal issues related to his book, positive changes to the medical industry resulting from the pandemic, the value of personal connection, and much more. Adam’s recommended reads are: The C…
 
Jamie and I discuss Blush, paying homage to the books that have stayed with her for decades, what Jackie Collins’ daughter thought about Blush, the unfortunate push to categorize books by women and how men’s books are not treated the same way, how art cannot be judged in the moment, and much more. Jamie’s recommended reads are: The Plot by Jean Han…
 
Vanessa and I discuss Island Queen, bringing Dorothy Kirwan Thomas to life, why she created her fabulous Author’s Note, how the stunning cover came about, the importance of uncovering stories hidden to history, and much more. Vanessa’s recommended reads are: How the One-Armed Sister Sweeps Her House by Cherie Jones Pack Up the Moon by Kristan Higgi…
 
Riley and I discuss Survive the Night, how he enjoys making the reader scared, setting a story over the course of one evening in a car, using a screenplay format for the chapter headings, converting from a plotter to a hybrid pantser, switching up his cover, and much more. Riley’s recommended reads are: Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid Elizabet…
 
Lyn and I discuss The Tiger Mom’s Tale, what she wants readers to take away from her book, bringing Taiwanese culture and food to life, how her Instagram blooper Reels came about, her unusual publishing journey, and much more. Lyn’s recommended reads are: Little Secrets by Jennifer Hillier Accidentally Engaged by Farah Heron Simmer Down by Sarah Sm…
 
Drawing from 25 years of Ascension experience, Meg Benedicte has developed the Quantum Access® modality, a time-tested technique that will rocket you into the stratosphere of higher consciousness, so that you too can alter the direction of your life forever. In this meditation, Meg will guide you to connect and ground onto the New Earth Timeline as…
 
Chantel and I discuss Instamom, the world of Instagram inlfuencers and how individuals now make careers of out being influencers, the term childfree and how it better reflects not having children, her book recommendations, and much more. Chantel’s recommended reads are: Finlay Donovan is Killing It by Elle Cosimano The People We Meet on Vacation by…
 
Elizabeth and I discuss the books that have captivated us in 2021 so far, why we organized them by publication date, and more. Thanks to Maggie Garza of HTX Real Estate Group at Compass Realty for sponsoring the podcast. Support the podcast by becoming a Page Turner on Patreon here. Other ways to support the podcast can be found here. Learn more ab…
 
Amy and I discuss Lady Sunshine, how Woody Guthrie and Fleetwood Mac inspired her book, crafting the lyrics for the songs included in Lady Sunshine, taking someone’s art and finishing it, her unique Covid writing spot, and much more. Amy’s recommended reads are: Broken Horses: A Memoir by Brandi Carlile Face It: A Memoir by Debbie Harry Honey Girl …
 
John and I discuss Bad Moon Rising, the inspiration for Heidi Kick, weaving timely issues into his mysteries, connecting his community in rural Wisconsin with the bigger themes and conflicts in culture, the most challenging part of writing for him, how the pandemic upended his next book’s storyline, and much more. John’s recommended reads are: A Sw…
 
Saumya and I discuss What a Happy Family, wanting to focus on mental health and the ways we do and do not talk about it, how memories are filtered through our own experiences, the origins of the title, balancing two careers and a young child, and much more. Saumya’s recommended reads are: What We Carry by Maya Lang The Other Black Girl by Zakiya Da…
 
Alka and I discuss The Secret Keeper of Jaipur, providing Malik with his own story and his popularity with readers, finding the balance between wearing her reader hat and her writer hat while writing, the inspiration for the Royal Jewel Cinema, launching her Reimagine series on Instagram, and much more. Alka’s recommended reads are: The Last Exiles…
 
Clare and I discuss Hostage, the idea that it is far more terrifying when you do not know where a threat is coming from, landing a plane herself at a flight simulation center (listen to learn if she successfully landed), tackling radicalization, how her copy editor saved her from making a mistake regarding the airplane seat configuration, and much …
 
Emma and I discuss Songs in Ursa Major, how the relationship between James Taylor and Joni Mitchell inspired her story, crafting the lyrics for the songs in the book, growing up with music as a language in her house, what she learned from writing the screenplay for Songs in Ursa Major, and much more. Emma’s recommended reads are: Mexican Gothic by …
 
Sarah and I discuss We Are Satellites, what happens when a medical technology developed for one condition is used for another purpose or has a commercial application instead, how she chose to tell the story from four POVs, the ethical and moral issues related to using technologies in new and cutting edge ways, making sure her medical device would b…
 
Kristan and I discuss Pack Up the Moon, how reading books about other people’s grief provides a safe way to cry over the things in your own life, why she chose to incorporate letters into her book, providing a story for a group of people who don’t often get their own story, the origin of her title, her own experience with a medium and much more. Kr…
 
Jess and I discuss Americanon, the way these thirteen books shaped culture, gender roles and beliefs in the U.S., evaluating American identity in terms of a different canon of books, looking into what books were owned in any given era, how she decided which books to include in Americanon, and much more. Jess’s recommended reads are: Negative Space …
 
Philip and I discuss The Appalachian Trail, crafting the history of the trail from the perspective of the people who built it and how and why they did so, the difficulty of knitting together a very long and narrow space that traverses many landscapes, Bill Bryson and his impact on the Appalachian Trail, and much more. Philip’s recommended reads are…
 
Pam and I discuss The Woman with the Blue Star, looking for the gasp in a story, her struggle to write this book, how publishing during a pandemic is like learning to walk all over again, how each one of her books reflects a time in her life, the types of characters she identifies with, and much more. Pam’s recommended reads are: Local Woman Missin…
 
In this episode of The Thermo Diet Podcast, Jayton Miller sits down with Vital Strength and Physiology Strength and Conditioning coach Nicholas Simpson. They talk about all things from nutrition, training, and supplement strategies to increase exercise capacity without hurting the metabolic rate. Check it out and let us know what your think! Instag…
 
Jeff and I discuss Attachments, crafting a story about relationships, his personal connection to the novel, how watching soap operas helped him write this novel, creating Sleepless in Seattle and behind-the-scenes details about its development, and much more. Jeff’s recommended reads are: Anxious People by Fredrik Backman The Unlikely Pilgrimage of…
 
Laura and I discuss A Special Place for Women, how she loves the fake dating trope, exploring what happens when activism becomes performative instead of genuine, what her writing process look like, her COVID-19 book release video, and much more. Laura’s recommended reads are: The Final Revival of Opal and Nev by Dawnie Walton People We Meet on Vaca…
 
Steven and I discuss his new book The Guncle, including humor in his stories, how Auntie Mame and other magical caregivers inspired this story, the special message in his Acknowledgments, how The Editor came about, and much more. Steven’s recommended reads are: The Good Sister by Sally Hepworth Less by Andrew Sean Greer Better Luck Next Time by Jul…
 
Ly and I discuss her new book House of Sticks, the extent to which her father’s PTSD shaped her childhood, immigrating to the United States through a humanitarian program when she was three, writing about her family, the multi-layered meaning of the book’s title, wanting to provide hope for others who may experience similar situations, and much mor…
 
Elizabeth and I discuss what constitutes a summer/beach read, reading habits and tackling our TBRs, finding diamonds in the rough, our favorite books of summer 2021, and more. Elizabeth’s 7 recommended summer reads: The Last Thing He Told Me by Laura Dave The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict and Victoria Christopher Murray The Ride of Her Life:…
 
Cate and I discuss her new book Mergers and Acquisitions, what she learned while writing for the wedding section of The New York Times, focusing on how people view commitment in today’s world, juxtaposing her own love story with the wedding announcements she created, and much more. Cate’s recommended reads are: Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgome…
 
In this episode of The Thermo Diet Podcast Jayton Miller sits down with Thyroid specialist, biochemist, and metabolic expert Benedicte Lerche. Benedicte is from Denmark and has worked with Ray Peat for quite some time. In this episode, they talk about all things from nutrition to supplementation. Check it out and let us know what you think! Instagr…
 
Genevieve and I discuss her latest book Letters Across the Sea, focusing on Canadian stories that have been long forgotten, where she got the inspiration for this book, the enormous responsibility that historical fiction writers have to teach the mind and touch the heart, and much more. Genevieve’s recommended reads are: The Rose Code by Kate Quinn…
 
Emiko and I discuss her latest book Tokyo Ever After, how drafting this book helped her reconcile her own identity, her writing process and how it has evolved, why it took her a while to write this book, what a privilege it is to blend in, how her stunning cover came about, viewing stories as “windows and mirrors,” and much more. Emiko’s recommende…
 
In this episode of The Thermo Diet Podcast, Jayton Miller sits down and talks about his current Thermo strategies to eliminate stress and inflammation while maximizing his results from working out at home and training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He goes over supplementation, sleep, nutrition, and extra tips and tricks o help you recover like Wolverine.…
 
Ayanna and I discuss her new book Blackface, her desire to encourage honest and sustained conversations about race, understanding the history of performing blackness and connecting these performances from Shakespeare to minstrel into one long arc, the need for the full rainbow of stories from black authors, the shocking number of blackface performa…
 
Chanel and I discuss her latest book The Most Beautiful Girl in Cuba, how this is the first time she has written about a real life heroine, the incredible amount of research she conducted for this novel, which book of hers holds a special place in her heart, bringing Cuban stories to life, and much more. Chanel’s recommended reads are: Island Queen…
 
Katherine and I discuss her new book The Siren, using three points of view to slowly disseminate information to the reader, how she enjoys writing about the messiness of life, taking unexpected life paths, how lives are lived in chapters, and much more. Katherine’s recommended reads are: Life’s Too Short by Abby Jiminez Finlay Donovan is Killing It…
 
In this episode of The Thermo Diet Podcast Jayton Miller sits down with Kitty Blomfield and Kate Deering. Kitty is an entrepreneur and coaches women on how to heal their bodies and balance their hormones naturally using pro-metabolic nutrition and lifestyle choices. Kate is the author of the fantastic book "How To Heal Your Metabolism" as well as a…
 
Georgia and I discuss her new rom-com It Had to Be You, why she switched to the rom-com genre, how her own wedding inspired her to write this story, her fascination with weddings, teasing out a balance between tradition versus modernity, and much more. Georgia’s recommended reads are: Leave the World Behind by Rumaan Alam Vampires in the Lemon Grov…
 
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