Want The Lawyer’s Lawyer? Buy James Sheehan’s new legal drama! VIDEO INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: James Sheehan, novelist, The Lawyer's Lawyer     Watch the Mr. Media interview with James Sheehan, author of  the legal drama 'The Lawyer's Lawyer,' by clicking on the video player above!Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of Stetson University law school students who hope to one day be featured in a... Continue Reading →

824 Legal author Scott Turow on the Ultimate Punishment! INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Scott Turow, novelist, author, Presumed Innocent, Ultimate Punishment: A Lawyer's Reflections on Dealing with the Death Penalty (Originally published in the St. Petersburg Times, September 23, 2003) ST. PETE BEACH - A lunchtime speech about capital punishment isn't easy, even for a bestselling crime novelist like Scott F. Turow. "I have yet to hear a... Continue Reading →

723 The truth about Zac Efron? Ask actress Brittany Snow! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Brittany Snow, actress, Pitch Perfect, Hairspray, "Harry's Law"   Actress Brittany Snow is part of a small but growing contingent of Tampa Bay area natives making their mark on network TV. With the debut of “Harry’s Law” on NBC – in which she co-stars with Kathy Bates and Nate Corddry — Snow will... Continue Reading →

Private eye Steven Gore puts spying to use in debut novel, Final Target! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Steven Gore, novelist, Final Target Steven Gore already had a pretty good career going for himself when he sidestepped into the world of mystery novelist. Let me quote from Gore’s own description of his life, before publishing his debut novel, as a globetrotting private eye: “It was a career that took me, among... Continue Reading →

Illegal! Novelist Paul Levine writes it so! PODCAST INTERVIEW

  I’m Mr. Media—not Mr. Know-It-All. So I hope I can be excused for not realizing what a clever, entertaining writer Paul Levine is, at least not before I read his latest novel, Illegal. It’s a fast-paced, often funny, often frightening story that personalizes the case of illegal immigration, reducing it from faceless masses crossing... Continue Reading →

Miami lawyer James Grippando on his debut novel, The Pardon! INTERVIEW

Originally published in Pinellas County Review, January 1995 Lawyers. Write one story for the college law review and for the rest of their careers they plan to write the Great American Novel. And for every one who finally gives up that dream, along comes a Scott Turow or John Grisham to inspire another generation of... Continue Reading →

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