Julie is going Instagram Live with authors from all over the country. Follow us at @thejuliechanshow and click on our Instagram Story at the scheduled time. Past interviews are under the IGTV tab on Julie's profile. See you there!
ON PAUSE FOR SUMMER. Moms, give yourself 30 minutes a week to get tips from organization expert Julie Morgenstern. Find ways to carve out time for organization, peace, joy, love and so much more! Don't forget to buy her books below!
ON PAUSE FOR SUMMER. This is a classic Beyond the Book interview! Join Julie and blogger/influencer @royalteawithjam as they discuss everything royal! Don't forget your cup of tea!
ON PAUSE FOR SUMMER. Vickie is the author of Manifest Anything You Want in 30 Days. She is an energy reader and healer and wants to help you be your best self! Please join us to boost your energy and spirits during stay-at-home!
Join us as Julie goes beyond the book with renowned author Lian Dolan on Instagram Live. Her next book, The Sweeney Sisters, comes out on April 28th. Make sure to follow us on Instagram at @beyondthebookwithjulie to tune in!
Julie is thrilled to welcome Steve Rohr to Beyond the Book. A celebrated communications and public relations expert, Steve will discuss his new book Scared Speechless: 9 Ways to Overcome Your Fears and Captivate Your Audience.
Tara's new book, Buy Yourself the F*cking Lilies: And Other Rituals to Fix Your Life, from Someone Who's Been There, has inspired people everywhere to love and care for themselves . Get ready to go beyond the book and learn about this Comedy Central executive.
A Beyond the Book alum and renowned education specialist, Diane Tavenner, will join Julie to talk about her new book Prepared: What Kids Need for a Fulfilled Life. Learn about how Diane is taking the education system by storm as she recreates what a primary education should look like.
Julie is thrilled to host April Dávila. April's "beautifully written debut, [142 Ostriches], conjures an absorbing and compelling heroine in a story of courage, family and forgiveness." We can't wait to meet April and learn about the woman behind the book.
A Beyond the Book alum and education activist, Jonathan Mooney, returns to chat with Julie about his book "Normal Sucks: How to Live, Learn, and Thrive Outside the Lines". Come learn how Jonathan is handling quarantine and what he is working on next!
A Beyond the Book alum and expert of productivity, time management, and organizing, Julie Morgenstern, returns to chat with Julie about her book Time to Parent: Organizing your Life to Bring Out the best in You and Your Child. Come learn how to boost your productivity during quarantine!
Loa Blasucci is a wellness professional and energy medicine practitioner. Loa will discuss her book All Health's Breaking Loose: Your Personal Bootcamp Guide to Becoming your Authentic, Lean, Naturally Beautiful Self as well as her self-care routine during quarantine.
Julie will be chatting with Beyond the Book alum Laurie Gelman, author of Class Mom and You've Been Volunteered. Laurie changed careers after 25 years as a broadcast journalist and pursued her next dream of writing relatable novels about parenting.
Julie is absolutely over the moon to interview a personal hero, Joan Lunden. The two will discuss Joan's new book "Why Did I Come into This Room?" as well as Joan's quarantine sagas. Come join us for this Beyond the Book milestone, as we step into the fabulous world of Joan Lunden.
Julie is thrilled to meet Eve, a Harvard Law graduate with a passion for redefining the work-home balance for women. Come learn about the woman behind Fair Play: A Game-changing solution for When You Have Too Much To Do (And More Life to Live).
Let's meet Nina Bocci, author of The Ingredients of You and Me. Nina is a lip gloss loving author with a passion for stories with sweet endings. Her new book will give you the perfect escape to a world of romance, comedy and strong heroines.
Julie is thrilled to interview renowned marriage expert and author Dr. Harville Hendrix. Harville and his partner in life and work, Dr. Helen LaKelly Hunt, have written 10 books together about building strong relationships and dealing with the struggles of marriage. Check out: Getting the Love You Want.
As Julie steps further into the world of fiction, she is highlighting authors who write stories that let you escape into a world of romance, strong heroines, and dream chasing. We can't wait to meet the woman behind Summer Longing and 4 other mesmerizing books, Jamie Brenner.
Margo's book, The Distance From Four Points, is an enthralling and nuanced story about family, womanhood, and coming to terms with a left-behind past. Come meet Margaux as Julie goes Beyond the Book.
"More than 25 years after her father used a fork, knife, and spoon to give one final lesson about boys before sending her off to college, Leah shares the Utensil Classification System in her debut novel Forks, Knives, and Spoons". Come learn more about Leah and why she hopes women won't settle.
Let's meet Holly! Her book, Crib Notes, is a unique story about a woman who unexpectedly gets dumped and pregnant at 44. This poses a unique set of challenges, to say the least. This book tells a story of triumph in the face of unique challenges of love and aging.
The author of Fast Girls, Elise Hooper, is a mother, partner, and high school literature teacher. This inspiring book is based on the real lives of three little-known trailblazing women Olympians at the 1936 summer games in Berlin.
We are thrilled to have award winning journalist Brooke Lea Foster on Beyond the Book. Her writing has been featured in The New York Times, the Atlantic, and Psychology Today. Summer Darlings, her new novel, takes us into the world of 1960s Martha's Vineyard! We can't wait to learn about why she turned to fiction!
New York Times bestselling author Janelle Brown will be joining us for this week's finale! Janelle is an author, journalist, mother, and Angeleno. Her new book, Pretty Things, has been called "smart, seductive, and utterly captivating". Soon to be an Amazon Video series, Pretty Things is a must read!
Katherine Reay is a national bestselling and award-winning author of 7 outstanding novels. In her newest book, Of Literature and Lattes, return to the cozy and delightful town of Winsome, where two people discover the grace of letting go and the joy found in unexpected change.
Mel is a mom, wife, best selling author, and survivor. She has a story to tell and she can't wait to share it. Running With Our Eyes Closed takes place over seven days in one of the most romantic countries in the world. Samantha, the protagonist, faces the past she thought she had overcome and begins to redefine her role as a woman and partner.
Nancy's first career was in the movie business. An executive at the Samuel Goldwyn Company and a Story Editor at The Ladd Company, Nancy found herself agreeing with authors all too often and decided to pursue writing. Rules for Moving takes one mother on a journey to help her son find his voice, only to discover that she had lost her own.
Emily is a New Yorker, mother, freelance writer and author of 5 books. She is the author of the bestselling book Pretty Revenge and will soon release her new book, Perfectly Famous, on June 2nd. It's a thrilling story about a famous author whose daughter is mysteriously murdered. Got you hooked?
After graduating from Columbia Law School, Elyssa worked as an associate at a major firm before turning to writing full-time. She currently teaches creative writing at her alma mater, Yale University. You will laugh yourself silly reading The Floating Feldmans. Join us on Monday and don't forget your sea legs!
Victoria is a worldwide leader in Hypnotherapy, a best-selling author, international speaker, life success coach, and renowned authority on the law of attraction. Have you ever felt like you are not worthy of the success you so desperately want and deserve? Victoria's newest book Practical Law of Attraction is for you.
Wendy is a mother, author, book editor, and Bostonian. She has written 4 novels and will be discussing her newest book, Best Behavior, where a large, blended family comes together to celebrate a college graduation where egos, jealousies, and secrets collide.
Julie is a runner, enthusiastic member of Bachelor Nation, experimental cook, wife, and mother to a daughter, son and cat. Tea with Isabel celebrates the power of female relationships and the poignancy of spending time with a loved one lost.
Aimee is the author of Flash House, Cloud Mountain, and Face, as well as the memoirs Gaining: The Truth About Life After Eating Disorders and Solitaire. Glorious Boy is "an absolutely gorgeous historical novel about ambition, culture clash, love, and atonement."
Iris is a New York Times bestselling author, professor of journalism and women's studies, a wife and mother of 4. In Camp Girls, she reflects on her summer camp experiences and the life lessons she and her fellow campers learned there. Join us this Thursday!
Gretchen is the New York Times bestselling author of Outer Order, Inner Calm, The Four Tendencies, Better Than Before, and The Happiness Project. Outer Order, Inner Calm suggests more than 150 short, concrete clutter-clearing ideas.
Christina is a native Wisconsin with a love for writing. She holds a PhD in creative writing and lives in Madison with her husband. The Second Home, Christina's first novel, It is about second homes, second families, and second chances.
After getting a master's degree at Columbia Journalism School, Fiona fell in love with writing and became an author of historical fiction. In The Lions of Fifth Avenue, a series of book thefts roils the iconic New York Public Library, leaving two generations of strong-willed women to pick up the pieces.
Jamie McGillen lives in the shadow of Mount Rainier, and no matter how many times she moves away, it draws her home. She is a poet, essayist, and novelist. Her book, In Sight of the Mountain, is a charming coming-of-age story, but it also casts the reader’s gaze upon issues of colonialism, class, and women’s rights.
Susan began her writing career at The Mary Tyler Moore Show. As a female comedy writer in an industry overwhelmingly dominated by men, she is perhaps the first and only television writer to be featured in TV Guide wearing hot pants. Julie is so excitedSusan 's memoir, Hot Pants in Hollywood: Sex, Secrets and Sitcoms.
Laura is a writer and performer based in NYC and Washington DC. Her new book, Happy and You Know It, is a dark, witty page-turner about a struggling young musician who takes a job singing for a playgroup of overprivileged babies and their effortlessly cool moms, only to find herself pulled into their glamorous lives and dangerous secrets.
Katherine dedicates her life to making the lives of mothers easier. In her role as founder and CEO of The Mom Complex, she helps the largest companies in the world better understand and support their mom customers and employees. Her new book, Slay Like a Mother, will help you "gain a newfound power, happiness, and ability to leap tall Lego buildings in a single bound".
Adrienne is a national news correspondent with ABC News who has won two Emmys for her work as an interviewer, reporter, and weekend entertainment anchor on Good Morning America. Her new book, Your Hidden Superpower, reminds us of the power of kindness in both your personal and professional life.
Kelly is a passionate writer with multiple novels under her belt. She loves the writing process and seeing where her imagination can take her. Her new novel, Can't Take It Back, is a fast-paced and relatable debut telling the interconnected stories of four women over the course of a kindergarten school year.
Maria greets millions of Angelinos each morning as FOX11's weather anchor. You may have also seen this Emmy Award-winning news anchor in her appearances in film and television. In You Can't Do It Alone, Whitesell tells her story and teams up with a licensed therapist Lauren Schneider to provide readers with a roadmap for walking through illness, death, and grief.
Kristy is the USA Today bestselling author of six novels and the forthcoming Under the Southern Sky. In her most recent release, Feels Like Falling, Kristy delivers a discerning portrait of modern womanhood through two vastly different lenses. Feels Like Falling is a beach bag essential!
"Life is full of obstacles and roadblocks, but we are the drivers on the road to our own destiny. In #Driven, a motivational memoir, Corey shares her compelling story of how, with supportive family and friends, she propelled forward in the face of significant challenges."
Julia lives year-round on Martha's Vineyard, where she enjoys fishing, clamming, scalloping, and anything on the beach. Someone Else's Secret, out July 1st, is a poignant and timely novel that "explores the strength and nuance of female friendship, cost of ambition, and the courage it takes to speak the truth".
It is a dream come true to interview Jane! Jane is the author of twenty mesmerizing novels, including 18 New York Times bestsellers, one cookbook, and various short stories. Her newest book, The Friends We Keep, is about how despite disappointments we’ve had or mistakes we’ve made, it’s never too late to find home.
Nicole has worked in tv, news media and currently works in marketing at her family's over 100-year-old tour operator, Collette. Her new book, Honeymoon Alone, is a story about finding independence, taking chances and listening to your heart.
Michael Elias is an award-winning writer, actor and director who has written film, television, theatre and fiction. His upcoming novel, You Can Go Home Now, is a timely and addictive psychological thriller featuring a female cop on the hunt for a killer while battling violent secrets of her own.
Joy says that her love of storytelling is a direct result of her parents' insistence that she read books or write stories instead of watching TV. From the author of The Fifth Avenue Artists Society comes Secret Sisters - an unforgettable historical novel based on the founding of the country's first sororities.
Maureen is a former owner of a consulting firm that helped specialty drug companies develop medications for ultra-rare diseases; but now, she has turned to her love of writing and has released her debut novel, Little Lovely Things, a haunting and prismatic exploration of how tragedy can transform lives.
Elyssa is the author of three novels and is a graduate of Columbia Law School. She currently teaches creative writing at Yale. The Floating Feldmans is about a family reunion on the open seas. They learn that the people they once thought most likely to sink them are actually the ones who help them stay afloat.
Nicola studied literature at UCLA and received an MFA in creative writing at Stony Brook University. Montauk, her debut novel, brings to life the glamour and romance of a summer by the sea with the story of a woman torn between the life she chose and the life she desires...
When Ruby King’s mother is found murdered in their home on Chicago’s South Side, the police dismiss it as another act of violence in a black neighborhood. Saving Ruby King is a powerful testament that history doesn’t determine the present and the bonds of friendship can forever shape the future.
A native of south Louisiana, Farrah officially began her writing career while waiting in between classes in the student lounge at Xavier University of Louisiana. Now she is a a USA Today Bestselling author! Her new book, Boyfriend Project, was on Oprah Magazine's Most Anticipated Romance Novels list of 2020.
Angela is a former attorney and a legacy marathon runner living in San Francisco. Charming Falls Apart is "a breezy read perfect for a summer day. So many young women rush to make a plan for how they think their lives should go without stopping to think about what will make them happy". Time to think differently.
Deborah is a former Chief Innovation Officer and brand leader for ELLE Décor and Metropolitan Home. Saturday’s Child is a story of Deborah’s eccentric upbringing and her quest in midlife, long after her parents’ death, to uncover the truth about her mother and their complex relationship.
Byron is an author, playwright, and screenwriter. His debut novel is called A STAR IS BORED, about a celebrity assistant struggling to manage his eccentric and hilarious movie star boss, inspired in part by Lane’s time as assistant to beloved actress Carrie Fisher.
Actor, Writer, Mother, Traveler...
Amy does it all!
Come here about Amy and her new book: Musical Chairs. It's a "love letter to modern family life".
Roselle is a Filipino-Chinese writer living on the north shore of Lake Erie. She loves to write about food and magic. Her new book is about a woman who can see people's futures in tea leaves!
A a former actor, Phoebe has been suspended from wires as a mall fairy, was accidentally concussed by a blank gun, and hosted a short-lived game show. Join us and hear about her fascinating life and new book!
Raised as a New Yorker, Susan currently resides mostly in Europe, where her hobbies include hypochondria, saying pretentious things about wine, and annoying the Swiss. She's funny, an experienced radio host, and a NYT bestselling author.
She is a Jersey Girl author with experience in a multitude of genres. Her Middle Grade debut co-written with activist Alyssa Milano was a NYT bestseller, and her new book, Truly Madly Royally, is "The Princess Diaries meets Meghan and Harry" !
Avery is a pseudonym for this bestselling author of over a dozen novels. Avery keeps their identity anonymous, but their book reviews speak for themselves. Girl Gone Mad is "gripping, terrifying and impossible to put down".
Lainey has visited over 50 countries, but she says the writing journey is still the scariest thing she's experienced. As a recovering tech industry executive, she based The Exit Strategy on her decade long stint as the only woman in the corporate boardroom.
"I lose myself in crafting language by a window with bird feeders hanging in the branches of a Chinese elm towering over the house. When I come up for air, I hike by the ponds and along the river in a nearby forest with my beloved lab." Lucky lady!