Co-Owner/President Shawn Burkett, Actress Ayse Howard & Actor Scott Gillespie of Concept Media will be on to discuss Don't in the Woods and their careers.
We will also be reviewing Scream Factory's Blu-Ray Release of Visiting Hours and Phase 4 Films Patrick: Evil Awakens as well as have several bands in the Metal Blade Spotlight!
Please join Marsha on Tuesday March 18 at 6 PM PST 7 PM MT 8 PM CST 9 PM EST on A GOOD STORY IS A GOOD STORY. Her guests this week are Alicia Sparks, Dawn Robertson, Palessa, and Sable Hunter.
They are all authors with BEAU COUP PUBLISHING. It's going to be a great show.
Bethany Cross will be opening up the chat room and phone lines . Callers are always welcome.
We are going to CELEBRATE tonight, we are back and in full affect. Come blast the mic with us or just come and say hello, we want to hear from you. We are one year old and still going, thanks for your support.
Join Dreamers Radio as we welcome Loren Reese, who will be releasing his debut young adult fantasy series Child of the Moonlit Leaves.
Taken from Loren Reese's Amazon page:
"The exasperating thing about my creative process is that I don't really know where my ideas come from, they just are there. You could label it as an over active imagination or just the inner workings of an artist. Either way you will find in my works the whispers of my favorite author Tolkien, whose limitless worlds really encouraged me to delve into my own imaginative world. Expression is something that thrives my ideas, you'll notice in my works the illustrations I've created. I'm artistically inclined to express myself so you'll see them throughout my works in one way or another."
Be sure to check out his social media prior to show time!
Red River Radio would like to welcome journalist and author Danny Schechter to Chat Time With Fran Lewis. Danny is the author of Madiba A to Z: The Many Faces of Nelson Mandela (Seven Stories Press) We will talk about the book, the response from the Academy of Arts and Sciences and focus on his many interviews with Nelson Mandella as well as his career as a journalist. I am your host Fran Lewis the creater and editor of MJ magazine, The Faces Behind the Stones Series and the Bertha Series. Please join me in the chat room and take part in this show. Fran Lewis is your host: Educator, reading and writing staff developer, dean, author and host of Book Discussion and Chat Time on Blog Talk Radio
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
I was born in the North (Pittsburgh, PA) and grew up in the South (Richmond, VA), attending the University of Virginia where I met my husband of thirty years, Bill Jeschke. Together we have nine beautiful children (three daughters and six sons) and have pioneered a non-denominational Christian church called The King's Chapel in Fairfax, Virginia, just outside Washington, D.C. I have loved reading, creating stories, and writing since I was a young girl, and was told that my name "Melanie" was a form of the Greek word for "ink"--- a name I hoped would be prophetic. Although I majored in English and taught high school before having our family, I put writing on the back burner of our busy lives for many years. When my youngest son was old enough for our home-school kindergarten, I had the miraculous adventure of attending a conference on C.S. Lewis at both Oxford and Cambridge Universities which inspired me to begin writing travel articles and eventually my series of historical/romance novels, The Oxford Chronicles. Since then I have returned to the UK numerous times for conferences, research, and even as a tour guide and leader. I was thrilled when budget travel guru Rick Steves asked me to contribute a chapter on Oxford to his new "England 2006" guide book.
"Island Girl" is a true story of a young girl who was born and raised in a 2-room house on St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands. Margaret talks about her adventures and experiences and how she raised her family.
"Born in 1940, 1 of 9 children of a St. Barth’s fisherman and his hard-working wife, Margaret Greaux met more challenges than most of us will ever face in a lifetime. Raised in tiny 2-room house in Frenchtown on St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, she learned about life and love – first from her close-knit family, then from her devoted husband, Paul Wikander. Establishing herself as the first female VP of an airline, Virgin Air, Margaret earned respect, alongside her pilot husband, in a male-dominated profession. 'Island Girl' is a peek inside her scrapbook, revealing her remarkable journey." – Review by Susan Granger
"If you know Margaret Wikander, reading 'Island Girl' is a must. This is a woman of courage, fortitude and great love. Her blueprint of growing up on the island of St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands with 7 brothers and sisters in a 2-room house to the present-day is a lesson in perseverance and loyalty to family and friends. The chronicling of her life in 'Island Girl' is yet another example of her belief that "hard work, determination and know what you want out of life is the key to success." - Review by James Mapes
"Your book brought back many memories of Frenchtown & how life used to be. I remember the 'Specials' your mom used to make, I think they were a penny each. It may have been a difficult journey, but well worth the experiences." - Review by Gloria M. Thomas
Margo Bond Collins is the author of a number of novels, including Waking Up Dead, Fairy, Texas, and Legally Undead (forthcoming in 2014). She lives in Texas with her husband, their daughter, and several spoiled pets. She teaches college-level English courses online, though writing fiction is her first love. She enjoys reading urban fantasy and paranormal fiction of any genre and spends most of her free time daydreaming about vampires, ghosts, zombies, werewolves, and other monsters.
Come on over and get your club groove on at Club Hip Hop at Epiphany Radio! Oldschool Hip Hop and RnB that oldschool flavor mixed with Spoken Word And POETRY singers rap artist human beat boxers welcomed!!!! get your poetry fix on at EPiphany The 4REAL ENTERTIANMENT NETWORK
This week's edition will have a bit of a happier tone to it as we talk about the season of SPRING! What a way to celebrate the eve of the Spring Equinox by bringing up all the imagery that makes us all enjoy this season so much. This will be a jam-packed episode but callers will still be welcome. Enjoy, listen, and if you want speak!
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"A Good Day"
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Sally Hirsch of W. Hirsch Oriental Rugs in Richmond, VA will be my guest to delve into the world of rugs for your home. You will be amazed as I was at seeing all their is available to give you beautiful floor coverings. It is a quite expansive field.
Their direct connection with leading world rug manufacturers has given Hirsch a special edge in their rug collection. It is amazing- something you will not want to miss.
She will talk about overdyed rugs- a new process and one I really liked the finished look of!
Join us and learn some "beautifully unique" from Sally Hirsch- be the envy of all your neighbors with your fresh style.
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Kennedee Devoe is the Author of Amazons Bestseller, Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right...It Makes Us Even, and With Friends Like These, Who Needs Enemies. Kennedee is the Publisher of Devoe Publications. She holds an Associate Degree in Early Childhood Studies, a Bachelors Degree in Business Management, and a Masters Degree in Human Services. She has worked for a variety of Parks and Recreations Departments, for-profits, and non-profits agencies. She currently works in the nonprofit sector as a Program Director. Kennedee hails from Carson, CA, and currently resides in Los Angeles. Kennedee started writing poetry in high school. She was also was the editor for her high school newspaper. She initially wanted to become a journalist, but her passion to help others led her to the Human Services field for the last 13 years. In her debut book Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right…It Makes Us Even Kennedee shares about her good, bad, and ugly dating experiences, and the life lessons she has learned along the way. In her follow up book With Friends Like These, Who Needs Enemies she shares some unexpected twists and turns in dealing with friendships. Kennedee will be releasing her third book summer of 2015.
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Tune in and join hosts Dr. Billie Eizenberg,. www.dreizenberg.com and Attorney Sheena Benjamin-Wise www.wiselawoffice.com For another important Family Power Hour Show this Wednesday, March 19, at 7pm, call-in 347-945-7246 or post questions or comments at www.blogtalkradio.com/writestream and www.facebook.com/Family.Power.Hour For our next show “When Children get in Trouble with the LAW”, our guest special ATTORNEY J. SAMANTHA VACCIANA of the Vaciana Law Firm will discuss parent’s rights and responsibilities when your child are placed in the criminal legal system. We invite you to call in with your our experiences for a lively and informative discussion.
BlogTalkRadio: "Authors of the Round Table." Wednesday, March 19th at 7:30 p.m. This is a listeners' show.You talk...we listen. Call in and coment or discuss any topic ranging form literature to politics to world events and/or any other topic you wish to touch on. You can even criticize the co-hosts: Nick and Eva and make suggestions how to improve our show. Call us TOLL-FREE at (323) 792 2931. You can also get us through, Skype, Facebook, Google Talk, Yahoo etc. We'll be waiting for your call. That's WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19th AT 7:30 P.M. TOLL-FREE (323) 792 2931.
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