Nathaniel Branden: Special Tele-Interview
Posted 12 August 2006 - 05:20 AM
Thursday, August 17th at 8 p.m. EST (5 p.m. PST)
A Special 70-Minute Tele-Interview
NATHANIEL BRANDEN: TRULY PERSONAL
Is there one question you have always wanted to ask Nathaniel?
You now have that opportunity.
Nathaniel will be interviewed on August 17th by his longtime friends
husband and wife Drs. Judith Sherven and James Sniechowski.
And this interview offers a special feature. It will be based upon the
questions you and others like you send in for Nathaniel to answer.
All you need to do to get registered is go to:
and ask your question.
Your question can be about his work, his personal life, his future.
Whatever is most important for you to ask, so the interview
can be as truly personal as possible.
Judith and Jim will explore the story of Nathaniel's leaving
Toronto at a young age, meeting and having a longtime affair
with Ayn Rand, creating a political presence with her through the
Objectivist Movement, and becoming the bestselling author of 20
books in 18 languages. These and other deeply personal and probing
questions will focus on what it took to create the fabulous life
Nathaniel Branden has lived and still creates every day.
This will be a tele-interview, meaning that it will take place via
your telephone. In other words, all you have to do is call into a
specific conference number, enter a private access code and you
will listen from the comfort of your own home, car, or office.
That's all there is to it.
Once again the date is Thursday, August 17th at 8 pm EST
(5 p.m. PST) for 70 Minutes.
We are pleased to present this private and personal tele-interview
for only $24.97
To ask your question and register for the tele-interview, please go to:
Finally, the call will be recorded and transcribed. So you will have
the opportunity to purchase the audio and transcript download files
for your own personal library.
We're pleased to offer you this special experience with Nathaniel,
and he looks forward to receiving your question.
Posted 12 August 2006 - 08:54 AM
It's hard to ruffle him, though- trust me, I've tried-- I only got him once, and it was by accident.
In all seriousness, though- this is a great opportunity. The only thing I'd say is that if you have a question, make sure it's a real question, as in something that he hasn't already answered in his writing.
You'll find that that narrows it down pretty quick- he's engaged a lot of questions.
Politically incorrect, and totally insensitive on all levels.
Edited by Rich Engle, 12 August 2006 - 09:04 AM.
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