Daryn’s New Book, “Hope Possible!” Is Here!

I’m so excited that my new book, “Hope Possible” is here! The full title is, “Hope Possible: A Network News Anchor’s Thoughts On Losing A Job, Finding Love, A New Career, And My Dog, Always My Dog.” Here’s a peek at what it says on the back cover: From your TV screen, Daryn Kagan looked like she had her dream job.   As a news anchor for CNN, she had a front row seat to the world’s biggest breaking news

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Is Jon Stewart Having Regrets About Leaving “The Daily Show?”

Believe it or not, it’s only been a little over two months since Jon Stewart left “The Daily Show.” He left at the height of his popularity. So many fans are missing him. Is he having regrets about his decision? Gayle King from CBS This Morning went to his New Jersey farm to find out.   Here’s a closer look at his wife, Tracy’s, new book, “Do Unto Animals: A Friendly Guide To How Animals Live, and How We Can Make

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Kids’ Sweet Note To Injured Police Officer

Talk about the best medicine ever. Connecticut police officer Anthony Nolan hurt his knee during a traffic stop which put him out of commission for a time. But this isn’t just any police officer. Today.com says this is a cop with a passion for helping out kids. His love and attention is clearly making an impression. Check out what Officer Nolan says he recently found taped to his front door. It was a letter and drawing from 8-year-old Malik and

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Nerdy Self-Published Author Creates Hollywood Blockbuster

Here’s a story that gives hope to authors everywhere, especially ones, like me, with our pile of rejection letters. The Telegraph says Andy Weir was a computer geek working in Silicon Valley by day, writing fiction by night. His musings about a human mission to Mars turned into his self-published book called, “The Martian.” That self-published book became a New York Times Bestseller and is about to be an awesome movie starring Matt Damon. Here’s what a self-published book turned

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Book or Kindle? Where Are You In World’s Most Passionate Debate?

I wasn’t going to go, well, there. Frankly, you’ve given me no choice. Such a shame, too, as you and I were getting along so well. In fact, it appeared we were never better following my column of a couple weeks ago where I confessed to be a life-long book lover. Clearly, I’m not alone. I don’t think a column has ever generated more email. You are not shy about your love for books. Nor about recommending who you think

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Book Lover, Party of One; Why Reading Is Like Dating

I can’t quite do it yet. I need some space. Before I’m ready. It’s like that with great loves. This one has been with me for years. I suspect with you, as well. A love that can only be found between the pages Of books. Reading. Diving into the deep end with characters I like and relate to better than some of the “real” people in my life. My name is Daryn and I’m a life-long book lover. You, too,

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