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  • 00:29

    2/1/17 w/guest Veronica Dale

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    Today's guest is author Veronica Dale, author of the four-part epic high fantasy series Coin of Rulve, and the short story collection Night Cruiser.
    About Veronica:
    Although spiritual undercurrents run through all of her work, her main goal is to tell a whopping good tale. So her writings include ghosts and ancient blood-rites, a dark lord called the Spider-king, a subterranean stronghold where fire is forbidden, and rivals who battle each other with Powers like Needles and Saw.
    Check her out at www.veronicadale.com.

  • 00:49

    Sarah Wendell, Co-Founder of Smart Bitches Trashy Books

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    Sarah Wendell is author of the book Everything I Know About Love, I Learned from Romance Novels, co-author of the book, Beyond Heaving Bosoms: The Smart Bitches’ Guide to Romance Novels, and co-founder of Smart Bitches Trashy Books.com, one of the most popular blogs examining romance fiction. The site specializes in reviewing romance novels, pondering the history and future of the genre in digital form and in print, and bemoaning the enormous prevalence of bodacious pectorals adorning male cover models. 
    In her quest to celebrate the romance genre and the women who read and write it, Sarah has appeared on Good Morning America, The Today Show, The Gayle King Show on The Oprah Winfrey Network, the Canadian Broadcasting Company’s Steven and Chris Show, NPR’s All Things Considered and on Too Many Books. She has been quoted in People Magazine, The New Yorker, The New York Times, The New York Post, USA Today, New Jersey Monthly, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Los Angeles Times Book Blog, Redbook, Metro:New York, and Publishers Weekly. 
    Sarah can most often be found on Twitter as @SmartBitches, at SmartBitchesTrashyBooks.com, or on her sofa, reading a book.

  • 00:30

    Architecting Opportunities for Telcos in Smart Cities

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    As smart cities emerge, industrial applications, including for the Internet of Things (IoT), are front of mind for city officials and developers, and are already playing a key role in shaping the design of smart buildings. Industrial applications are poised to significantly impact not only smart buildings, but the entire infrastructure – utilities, public safety, transportation – of smart cities. In this Telco Transformation radio show, Delphine Woussen, Head of Smart Territories at Orange Business Services, will examine the opportunities and challenges that service providers face in supporting the applications that underpin the growth of smart buildings and smart city infrastructure.

  • 01:00

    BIOGRAPHY - John Holmes: A Life Measured in Inches

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    Canadian hearing instrument specialist and mother of two, Jill Nelson, co author of the BIOGRAPHY - John Holmes: A Life Measured in Inches joins Newoka LaShelle on Web Mistress Radio for an exclusive discussion about the book.

  • 00:25

    Teresa Hailey Presents New Release "Shining Stars"

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    Todays' broadcast will feature entrepreneur and author Teresa Haile and her New Release. Shining Stars is a collaboratik book which consist of motivational ans inspirational short stories from diverse people all over the United States. The book also is designed to allow the opportunity to become published authors and to educate others. Teresa founded and directed the organization TWIGS (Tiny Workers In God's Service). Teresa was The First Vice- president of Thomas Jefferson's High School Chapter of Distributive Education Club of America. Teresa discovered her organizational talents at an early age. At 14, she founded and directed TWIGS, Tiny Workers In God’s Service. TWIGS sponsored various fundraising activities for Scott United Methodist Church in Denver, Colorado. As a teen, Teresa was V P of Thomas Jefferson High School’s chapter of the Distributive Education Club of America. Denver Public Service Company recognized Teresa as Student of the Month. In September 1979, Teresa began laying the groundwork for a Denver youth chapter of the NAACP, and served as President of that group until 1983. Teresa was responsible for organizing Denver’s King Week activities in January 1983 and bringing in Martin Luther King III as guest speaker.Politics is a very important part of Teresa’s life. She has worked in political campaigns from the State Representative level up to the Presidential level. Gaining her most rewarding experiences while living in Atlanta, GA., Teresa traveled throughout the state working on the Rev. Jesse Jackson’s 1984 Presidential campaign. After an incident during a voter registration drive, Teresa calmly faced down five Ku Klux Klan members dressed in full KKK regalia. Our CEO and host Diane will coach us the audience for this impactful interview. For more information about us just go to www.nationalextraordinaryprofessionalwomen.com.

  • 01:59

    "Multiple Sclerosis an Enigma" Author Terry Crawford Palardy

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    ~MSstation  Book Club Show Presents...
    "Multiple Sclerosis an Enigma"   
    by Author Terry Crawford Palardy
      Please, tune in on MSstationBookClub.com  
    We will be having Conversations with Author Terry Crawford Palardy about her Memoir "Multiple Sclerosis an Enigma" and the effect Multiple Sclerosis may have on you and your...
    -Relationships 
    -Parenting
    -Career
    -Mental Health
    -Diet 
    -Self-Advocacy 
    -Physician/Patient Relationships   **Two Hour Special**

  • 00:30

    Book Bites for Kids- Suzanne Selfors

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    Children's author Suzanne Selfors talks about her new book, Fortune's Magic Farm with host Suzanne Lieurance.

  • 02:01

    That's Novel Interviews Author Kyle Perkins

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     You can find Kyle on the following:
                  Website: https://kyleperkinsauthor.wordpress.com/ 
                  Newsletter: https://tinyletter.com/KylePerkins
                  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KylePerkinsAuthor/
                  Twitter: https://twitter.com/KylePAuthor 
                  Amazon: http://amzn.to/2goY4Cl

  • 00:45

    Literary Diva Presents: Author Sean "XLG" Mitchell!

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    Join us for a very special interview with our friend, our partner author and music producer Sean "XLG" Mitchell.
    Sean is back with an amazing book titled, "The African American Spiritual Practice of Seven Keys To KA-MAAT."  
    This book centers around: 
    The African American spiritual practice of Seven is the number that symbolizes Ka-Maat. The number seven has a spiritual significance as the human body has seven orifices and seven layers of skin. There are also seven days in a week, seven notes on a musical scale, seven seas and continents. As a spiritual practice, Seven represents the number of characters in Ka-Maat, six letters with a hyphen that adjoins and unifies its meaning. Equally, there are seven letters in African. Therefore, we use Seven and Ka-Maat interchangeably as both refers to the African American spiritual practice. The word Ka, pronounced Kah, is an ancient Egyptian word that means the vital energy which both sustains and creates life. The word Maat, also of Egyptian origin, means truth, justice and rightness. Together, Ka-Maat means energy in harmony with truth and righteousness. As a spiritual practice, it is defined as a lifestyle and a commitment to serving the Creator, along with uplifting ourselves, our family and community through on-going acts of positive thoughts and deeds. The practice of Ka-Maat begins with understanding the correlation of the mind, body and soul. The three components of a being are intended to work in harmony as the engine, tires and a driver successfully operates a vehicle. If one component fails to work it renders all three useless. Therefore, the holistic wellbeing of a person is stressed upon and imperative in the practice of Ka-Maat.
    Tune in as we talk with our friend and author Sean "XLG" Mitchell.
     
    Stay tuned and keep it locked.

  • 00:30

    The LizyT Show with Author Leonard Durso

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    The LizyT Show with Author Leonard Durso
    I am a native New Yorker who was talked into going to school in Ohio by my supposedly best friend and ended up staying there long enough to receive a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from Bowling Green University. I drifted out to Los Angeles because my ex-wife was intent on becoming a movie star.  Having no better way to squander my money, I opened up a literary bookstore called Intellectuals & Liars in Santa Monica and became part of the poetry scene there.  I had a few short stories and an excerpt from an earlier novel published in some small literary magazines, held weekly poetry/prose readings, published broadsides, and, being no exception to the rule that poetry doesn’t sell, went out of business.  This led to a series of jobs like selling shoes, running a warehouse, writing advertising copy for radio, and, after completing a second MA in Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), began teaching English to immigrants.  Since my main concern was keeping a roof over my head and the wolves from the door while I continued to write, I took a job as a full-time tenured faculty member at a college. 
    http://www.rizzosworld.com/

  • 00:36

    Let's Talk Too! Author Teresa B. Howell

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    I'm your host
    Author Sharnel
        Guest
    Teresa B. Howell,
    She is an Educator residing in Durham, NC. Originally from Boston, Mass. She decided to make her literary appearance in 2015, after years of writing personal journals and songs that she kept solely to herself.  In July of 2015 she stepped out boldly on faith to make use of her pen for everyone to read.