Welcome to episode 86 - How Steve Berry WritesAfter a nice long summer break, we are back! I hope everyone has enjoyed their summer and some warm weather. I am recording this intro from Cape Cod. We've been across half the country, from Colorado all the way to the east coast. It's been fun and crazy and crazy and crazy. But boy oh boy does it feel good to be back-producing episodes.So, we're kicking it off with a big one. Steve Berry is a #1 bestselling author with over 25 million books in print.Steve and I dive into writing history, writing series, and just what makes for amazing storytelling. This is one of the best.I want to take a minute to thank Steve for his time. And now, my friends here is the episode with Steve Berry.Support the show (http://www.howwriterswrite.com)
Renowned International Bestseller Steve Berry on Politics, Writing, and History
Writers On The Beat: Crime Writers and Crime Fighters
Acclaimed New York Times and international bestseller Steve Berry steps into the Interrogation Room to try getting his story straight. Steve has written and published 26 novels in 52 countries, and his fans have bought more than 25 million copies of his works. Steve's latest release is entitled, "The Kaiser's Web," and it's the 16th installment in his Cotton Malone series. Like his previous works, history lies at the heart of this story and its inspiration came from a real-life, currently unsolved mystery in the last days of the Third Reich. For this episode, Steve and host Gavin Reese discuss "The Kaiser's Web," writing fact-based fiction, historical novels, and History Matters, the organization through which Steve and his wife help facilitate local historic preservation efforts. Steve's works: https://www.amazon.com/Steve-Berry/e/B001H6W6DU/ Steve's site: https://steveberrry.org Gavin's works: https://www.amazon.com/Gavin-Reese/e/B072W5PPGS/ Gavin's site: https://gavinreese.com #writersbeat #writerslife #writerscraft #craftofwriting #onwriting #amwriting #amwritingfiction #amwritingthrillers #amwritingmyserty #amwritingsuspense #amwritingespionage #political #politics #politicalthriller #WWII #thekaisersweb #kaiser #steveberry #cottonmalone #history #historicalfiction #historymatters #gavinreese #gavinthecop #espionage #book #novel #author #podcast #interview #writer #nanowrimo --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/writersbeatpodcast/support
Great show with NYT Bestselling author, Steve Berry. Steve is the real deal when it comes to writing, crafting characters, description etal. Friendly and congenial, Steve is fun to interview and a gentleman to boot! Give a listen right here...
Steve Berry’s Cotton Malone Uncovers Germany’s Dark Secrets in “The Kaiser’s Web”
Charlotte Readers Podcast
In today’s episode, we visit with best-selling writer Steve Berry, author of “The Kaiser’s Web,” a Cotton Malone adventure in which a secret dossier from a World War II-era Soviet spy threatens to re-write history and forever alter the political landscape of Europe. With a national election looming, these secrets of the past will determine who becomes the next Chancellor—a dedicated patriot or a usurper, stoking the flames of nationalistic hate. Cotton Malone must discover the truth about the past to guarantee the future. John Land describes “The Kaisers Web as “his most ambitious yet, taking no prisoners in a nonstop roller coaster ride of thrills and spills, twists and turns, and shocks and surprises with nothing less than the very future at stake.” Engage with the show here: https://linktr.ee/CharlotteReadersPodcast Detailed show notes here: https://charlottereaderspodcast.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/charlottereaderspodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/charlottereaderspodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/charlottereader Charlotte Readers Podcast is a proud member of the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network and the Queen City Podcast Network.
Dr. R. Stephen Berry, a renowned chemist and recipient of a MacArthur Foundation Genius grant, revolutionized the field of thermodynamics and went on to co-found the Telluride Science Research Center. He believed that scientists could refresh their creative impulses and share valuable information by gathering in his beloved Colorado mountains, where he could often be found fishing, skiing, hiking and urging his colleagues to keep up with him. This episode pays tribute to Steve Berry who passed away in July of 2020.