I wear a few hats. When I can be bothered to dress from top to toes and make myself useful, that is. Sometimes it’s just to tote my own shade with me wherever I go. Sometimes, there’s actually a point to it.
I’ve been given the opportunity to do a little podcast journalism and commentary with PsychJourney.com. Mostly I read interesting books and get to pick the brains of the authors for my own enlightenment. But PsychJourney’s set-up means the whole deal is recorded and posted here, so everyone can hear what these authors had to say.
I’ve talked to some really interesting people.
Thanks to the PR department over at Harper Collins, I’ve been able to squeeze two interviews out of one book, Life in Rewind, the amazing story of one man’s triumph over one of the most profound cases of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder ever documented. Author Terry Weible Murphy and the subject himself, Ed Zine, spoke with me in two separate interviews on how a book about disaster is really a book about hope.
Have a look and a listen, if you’d like.