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Please Don’t Kill Me: An Anthology against Domestic Violence is a compilation of short stories, written to advocate against and raise awareness for domestic violence. Some of the stories depicted in this anthology are based upon true stories while others are fiction. Domestic Violence affects thousands of women, men, and children across the country each year. In an effort to give back, using our unique talents, the proceeds for Please Don’t Kill Me: An Anthology against Domestic Violence, will be donated to domestic violence organizations around the country.
Vanessa Santiago- Jerman
Purchase Link http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NCBZ75W
Video Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMT21VfujOc
Sydawnie here! Tonight is all about EVERYTHING LOVE!! This where is where stress goes to die and where love and romance comes to flourish. Not only will I be asking questions, but we're exploring the highs and lows, ups and downs, the pretty and the ugly of the one force of nature proven to make us react in ways we never thought we would; L-O-V-E!! So come on over to my place. I'll save a seat right next to me on the love recliner just for you. We'll light a candle, play some mood music and recite each other poetry... and if you get the erge to serenade me... well... that's perfectly fine too! Just make sure you don't come empty handed! Oh... and btw... don't forget to call before you come (call-in number 646-200-0568), and make sure you ring my bell (press #1) so I know ur at the door (on the line and want to speak).
See you when you get here!!
-Sydawnie Morneh ;-)
New Abolitionists Radio.
A program that seeks to educate, inform and agitate on the issue of 21st Century Slavery.
It is an extension of the group called "Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery."
Hosted by Social Activist & Spoken Word Poet Max Parthas, With New Abolitionist and Actionist Yohanan EliYah and Black Talk Media Project founder Scotty Reid.
On this program we discuss recent news on legalized 21st Slavery and Human Trafficking along with projects & people who help combat it.
Archived podcasts are available at www.newabolitionistsradio.blogspot.com
Today we are broadcasting from blogtalkradio.com instead of Blacktalkradionetwork.com as a temporary solution to a larger problem. Tune in for more info.
Rex Piano, director, PT 5Upon graduating NYU School of the Arts , Rex worked as a 1st A.D. on dozens of commercials and films until he took a full time position at a NY Commercial Production Company. In 1985 Rex as Head of Production for O’Quinn Productions. he produced numerous videos for Fangoria Magazine. In 1987 Rex became Head of Production for Associated Television International. Rex wrote, produced and/or directed several TV specials and numerous travel videos. Rex also co-wrote and line produced the feature film “Chill Factor,” starring Paul Williams, Patrick Macnee and Andrew Prine. Rex line produced “Severed Ties” in 1991 for Fangoria Films. In 1995 he produced the syndicated TV show “High Tide,” starring Rick Springfield. Rex became one of the series’ rotating directors. Some of the episodic shows Rex has directed “Mike Hammer, Private Eye”, “Silk Stalkings”, “Born Free”, “Air America” and “Nightman.” In 2000 Rex produced and directed the multi-award winning romantic comedy feature film “The Month Of August.” Rex followed that film with the highly viewed and critically acclaimed TV movie “Hope Ranch” for The Animal Planet channel. Rex then began directing TV movies that aired on PAX and Lifetime Television. Rex has directed or produced 21 movies. In 2007 Rex was the primary director on “ROME – The Rise and Fall of an Empire,” for the History Channel. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes' Movie Beat for other great interviews, cast & crew listings, events, premieres & more at rexsikes.com Visit and subscribe to Rex Sikes' Movie Beat Blog at http://www.RexSikesMovieBeat.me for articles and more about the industry we love and work in.
Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights way to sell your art. Leslie is joined by October co-host Carol Marine. Today we are going to examine how painting on a daily basis can boost your art career. On today's show we will share the experiences of many of the artists who just completed the Thirty Paintings in 30 Days Challenge. Join us for a very informative show!
On the latest episode of the BIG show, we sit down with the writer/director of the upcoming film, Dear White People, Justin Simien. The film, which won an audience award at the Sundance Film Festival, is a satirical look at race on a contemporary college campus. Plus, we'll look at my 15 Films Favorite Films About Race as we count down to the release of DWP. In addition, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of the latest films, including Gone Girl all on Episode 265 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
While we might not be ready for living in a Japanese capsule hotel room, the Tiny House movement is definitely gaining popularity in the US. There's much talked about for pro-small spaces and tiny houses: sustainability, lower expenses, and for a less stressful lifestyle. So we're thinking Tiny House designs can give us some inspiration for getting our spaces more organized.
Expert designer Kelly Edwards, author of the ‘Design Cookbook,’ is working on a new book about small space design, and she's ready to share a few of her expert tips with us. Kelly was the co-host and design coordinator for HGTV’s ‘Design on a Dime’ as well as STYLE Network’s ‘Tacky House.’ She’s also shared home decorating tips for Shelter Pop.
Tiny House design expert Kim Lewis is sharing ideas on how to successfully design for small spaces. Kim has designed more than 75 homes as the lead designer for Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Find out more about Kim at KimLewisDesigns.com.
Karman Hotchkiss, a home design editor at Better Homes and Gardens, is sharing tips to help us get more organized at home.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Scott Coren to Conversations LIVE to discuss his literary experience and what it's been like to share the message of his book MATTHEW 13:44 with others.
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Viki Winterton interviews Dorothy Kuhn!
Since the mid-90s, Dorothy Kuhn has been coaching people to achieve their dreams.
With degrees in Physics, Systems Engineering and certifications in Lean, Six Sigma & Project Management, Dorothy developed well her inner geek. To connect with people, she became a Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), a Dream Coach and an EOS Implementer. Her clients are the beneficiaries.
As founder of Power My Dreams, Dorothy works with entrepreneurial leadership teams that want to make their frustrations a thing of the past.
Fran Lewis and the World of Ink would like to welcome Tom Saywer the head writer of Murder She Wrote to talk about his career, working on the show and his latest five star release: Cross Purposes where we meet Private Investigator Barney Moon and a cast of characters you just won't forget.
Manhattan Private Investigator Barney Moon can hack, charm or con his way into or out of damned-near anything. Barney is driven - to solve cases, nail bad guys, and to anyplace not reachable via the NY Subway. Barney never learned to drive. And, like most born/bred New Yorkers, he regards pretty much anywhere else as "Out-of-Town."But there is one place for which he has a particular, lifelong aversion: Los Angeles, California (which he thinks of as an Alien Planet). And - guess where he finds himself stranded? In CROSS PURPOSES, a case takes the reluctant Barney and his driver, Al Drobowsky to Los Angeles to obtain a single fingerprint. Things quickly get complicated. That night, of what by then seems sure to be only two in Tinseltown, Al learns he must immediately return to Brooklyn.
Steve Shukis: POISONED: Arsenic is a metallic element that forms a number of poisonous compounds. Arsenic is found in nature. It can be found in compounds with oxygen, chorine and sulfur. These types of compounds are called inorganic arsenic compounds. When arsenic is in plants and animals it combines with carbon and hydrogen. This is noted as organic arsenic and is usually not as harmful as inorganic. The scary part is that most of these compounds have no smell or special taste. Some are used to preserve wood and others are used to make insecticides and weed killers. Imagine learning that the Food and Drug Administration released early results of an investigation of arsenic levels in rice.Herman Billik was said to be a Bohemian fortuneteller and quite familiar with arsenic and arsenic poisoning. Listen to the evidence: Innocent or guilty
Hello to you all this is your Host Becky G. I am just happy to bring you another great guest to the book club you still have a moment to call in so dail-in ar 347-205-9535 and be apart od the greatest listening audience in the world. We have the greatest guest here on this show. Stay tuned Thursday at 1130p
Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 3:00 PDT / 6:00 EDT is Hayley Henning, who coordinates the CSR projects for TanzaniteONe Mining, which will include the schools, orphanage, and the Maasai Ladies' Project.
Please join us for this live interview and participate by logging into the chat room or sending a message to the Whaley Studios’ Facebook Page.
Hayley Henning was the Executive Director of the Tanzanite Foundation, headquartered in New York. In a jewelry career spanning nearly 18 years, Henning's focus is jewelry in the luxury marketplace. Her passion for colored gemstones was ignited in her native South Africa where she started her career.
Hayley provides jewelry industry assistance and tanzanite marketing tools for retailers and manufacturers. She facilitates collaborations between jewelry designers, manufacturers and tanzanite dealers, for companies wishing to boost their sales via tanzanite. For many consumers Hayley is the 'Face of Tanzanite', driving awareness and desire for the gem with her numerous television and public appearances and speaking engagements.
For more about Hayley, check out this article on JCKonline.com.
CEO and Bestselling Author Kateri Young was born on July 4, 1972 in North Charleston, South Carolina. Kateri grew up between NY and South Carolina. Graduating from the last all Black Boarding Schools in Laurinburg North Carolina. After that, she received a degree in Psychology. And later gave birth to a baby boy. She began writing short stories and poems, and then she decided to pursue writing a novel. When it was finished, she tried to get it published. Receiving many rejections since the year 2000. She raised her son and attended Culinary School, where she received a degree in Culinary Arts. And has been a Chef ever since. Eventually she opened up Purple Diamond Caterer and caters events between writing. Now she has recently added to her title, and open her umbrella publishing company under Shameek Speight called "Purple Diamond Publishing"!! You might now her as a bestselling author but get to know her as a boss. All guests pls call in Oct 2nd at 6:30 eastern standard time. The lines will be open and the number is 646-478-3061. Call in ask questions, show love, and give support! You know we love the love on Talk 2 Me Thursday's!!!!
Join us for an exciting evening at the SpeakEasy Cafe's "Sound of Ink" open mic Poetry show! You are invited to call in and Take the stage! The mic is hot and ready for the sound of your Ink! This week enjoy 3 hours of OPEN MIC Poetry from YOU the poets! You will not want to miss this Night of entertainment! Call in early Poets and let your voices be heard!
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native of south Louisiana, Farrah Rochon officially began her writing career while waiting in between classes in the student lounge at Xavier University of Louisiana. After earning her Bachelors of Science degree and a Masters of Arts from Southeastern Louisiana University, Farrah decided to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a published novelist. She was named Shades of Romance Magazine's Best New Author of 2007. Her debut novel garnered rave reviews, earning Farrah several SORMAG Readers' Choice Awards.
When she is not writing in her favorite coffee shop, Farrah spends most of her time reading her favorite romance novels. An admitted sports fanatic, Farrah feeds her addiction to football by watching New Orleans Saints games on Sunday afternoons.
Jennifer Lohmann is a Rocky Mountain girl at heart, having grown up in southern Idaho and Salt Lake City. She's always been a reader--of romance novels, mysteries, nonfiction, cereal boxes, etc. If it had words, she tried to read it.
Jennifer had been writing, on and off, for many years when she won the Romance Writers of America Librarian of the Year award in 2010. Being at the RWA conference reminded her how much she loved writing and she became more serious about it. As part of Harlequin's "So You Think You Can Write" Contest, she was offered a contract on her first book in 2012. She spends her days surrounded by people, talking about books, and creating community. Her nights (and early mornings) are spent imagining the loves of other people and writing their stories.
She lives in the Southeast with a dog, five chickens, and four cats.
We're Back! Mic Nice hosted by Lyrical Forte! We will be bringing you a variety of programming every week! Join us as we spotlight the best of spoken word/Poetry, Conscious Music ,special live interviews with some of the greats, whether they be known or you may need to keep an eye out for them on their rise, and much more. Tune in every Thursday at 6pm CST !
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The success of Michele Brody’s work thrives on the interaction with new communities and environments. She received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College in 1989 and her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1994. She has utilized a background in the liberal and fiber arts to create site-specific, mixed-media installations, and works of public art generated by the history, culture, environment, nature and architecture of a wide range of venues. While living and working in France, Costa Rica, California, the Midwest, Germany, and her home of New York City, Brody’s art career has developed into a process of working in collaboration with each new community towards developing an interpretation of the sense of a place as an outsider looking in.She has had one person shows in the U.S. and internationally. Brody has also won distinguished awards and grants. During the spring of 2006 she completed three major permanent public art installations in New York and Texas. In 2007 she was commissioned to create a permanent lobby installation for the Jewish Community Center of Manhattan, and debuted the first interactive performance of Reflections in Tea at the 11th Annual D.U.M.B.O. Art Under the Bridge Festival, in Brooklyn, NY. In 2011 she was awarded Best 3-D Entry at the international competition Art Prize in Grand Rapids, MI. She is also in the process of preparing for an outdoor sculpture exhibition for Créations sur-le-champ Land Art at Mont-Saint Hilaire in Canada, and as the Costume designer for an international environmental art pageant in India for the Vaigai River Restoration Project.
For more information: http://michelebrody.com
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Vincent Sachar to Conversations LIVE to discuss his literary journey and the book NOWHERE OUT
Best-selling romance author Anna DeStefano joins Donna Wright on the couch in the “good” sitting room. Her latest release, HERE IN MY HEART a special novella introducing her newest series for Montlake Romance will be the center of the chat. You, (yes you!) can call in and speak with Anna while she discusses her life and career and of course, HERE IN MY HEART.
To be a part of this great chat and the wonderful giveaways Anna has planned, just tune in October 2nd from 8pm to 10pm. Hummingbird Place-your home for romance brings you the very best in the romance industry once again!
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