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Life Lines The Books Podcast

Aug 28, 2018

As a top-earning fund manager on Wall Street who practiced martial arts in his leisure time, Greg Lewin was always in high-stress situations. Then one day he slammed into a tree while skiing and injured his heart so badly his doctors said he’d have to stop doing the things he loved. He chose not to take their...


Aug 23, 2018

Amy Lyons is a writer and painter whose chosen work is to portray life in Brooklyn — not as it is now, but as it once was. “I’m obsessed with time travel,” she says. Her art is dedicated to “creating a time capsule.”

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Aug 21, 2018

John Leland, New York Times reporter and author of three books, set out to interview elderly people, the fastest-growing segment of the population. He thought old age would be about loss and giving up the things you loved -- but he uncovered an unexpected reality and perspective.
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Aug 16, 2018

Kristin Rath wrote a book that is “a support system.” It helps people decide whether to move, when to end a relationship, how to survive a career change and more. Rath says she wrote “the book I wished I’d had” when she was going through some of her own major life turning points.

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Aug 14, 2018

Anxiety disorder is getting more common and starting at younger ages. Jim Westcott writes stories that help kids with anxiety disorder. We caught up with him at BookCon 2018.

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