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  • Books that should be Movies: Our Top Picks

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    There's been a big influx of books being turned into movies lately, which is awesome, and we're often first in line to grab tickets for our favorite books morphing onto the silver screen. Sometimes the books we really want to see turned into movies don't get any attention. So... we're going to give you our tops picks for what books we'd like to see turned into movies in the near future. We'd love to hear your thoughts too, so feel free to call in and cast a vote!

  • It's Story Time on Red River Radio with JD Holiday

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    The Adventures of Lorenzo the Bear by CarmelaDutra &The Adventures of Delilah Daisy by CegiFarmer, &BookPicks with AgyWilson. The Adventures of Lorenzo the Bear ~Lorenzo loves to make lots friends & always is helpful. He loves watching sword fighting in movies & took it up as a hobby. He loves to Ice Skate because of the memories with his grandbears in Antarctica. This series message is friendship and helping ones in need.www.amazon.com/Lorenzo-Bear-Encounter-Jellyfish-Cove/dp/0991099303 Carmela Dutra: lorenzothebear.com/ 
    The Adventures of Delilah Daisy ~Delilah Daisy is an adventurous 8 year old who is fiercely protective of childhood freedoms of exploration. She's always looking for her next challenge. But this latest adventure will take place a lot closer to home. How will Delilah deal with becoming a big sister?www.amazon.com/The-Adventures-Delilah-Daisy-Adventure/dp/0988677237 Cegi Farmer: www.authorcegifarmer.weebly.com ~ Agy Wilson: www.agywilson.com/ JD's sites: jdholiday.blogspot.com & itsstorytimeforkids.blogspot.com

  • Tremendous Like Books Presents: Book Talk featuring Doug Dickerson

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    Doug Dickerson, author of Leaders Without Borders: 9 Essentials for Everyday Leaders, is a leadership consultant and motivational speaker. Doug spent more than twenty years in ministry and teaching. He is the director of Management Moment Leadership Services and his leadership column, published internationally each week, is recognized for its practical insights that inspire and motivate others to reach their full potential. In his second book; Great Leaders Wanted, Mr. Dickerson answers your questions about leadership, building a great team, and achieving your best at your job, your business and your community. Doug says; the world wants leaders, it needs leaders and that can be you. Explore your full potential and become the leader that you want to be--and that your company, business and community need you to be! You can learn more about Mr. Dickerson HERE and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

  • The Michael Dresser Show

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    Thank you for joining us on The Michael Dresser Show! Today we welcome these guests to our show:

  • La Literati welcomes counselor, writer and mental health advocate David Bedrick

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    David Bedrick, J.D., Dipl. PW, is an educator, counselor, attorney, organizational consultant, and writer. His broad range of knowledge is apparent in the scope of topics he taught while on the faculty of the University of Phoenix, including courses on philosophy (critical thinking and ethics) and psychology (addictions and dependencies, negotiation and mediation, clinical interviewing, cultural diversity, ethics in human services, and group work), as well as employment law and conflict management in the MBA program.
    Currently, he maintains a practice as a counselor and coach for individuals and groups, and speaks on topics ranging from ethics, diversity, relationships, and conflict facilitation to dreams, diet, body image, anger, and shame. His numerous publishing credits include the book Talking Back to Dr. Phil: Alternatives to Mainstream Psychology.

  • Journey to Empowerment - The Visionary Book Club

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    We will discuss the September's Book of the month which is Daring Greatly by Dr. Brene Brown. 
    Every day we experience the uncertainty, risks, and emotional exposure that define what it means to be vulnerable, or to dare greatly. Whether the arena is a new relationship, an important meeting, our creative process, or a difficult family conversation, we must find the courage to walk into vulnerability and engage with our whole hearts.
    In Daring Greatly, Dr. Brown challenges everything we think we know about vulnerability. Based on twelve years of research, she argues that vulnerability is not weakness, but rather our clearest path to courage, engagement, and meaningful connection. The book that Dr. Brown’s many fans have been waiting for, Daring Greatly will spark a new spirit of truth—and trust—in our organizations, families, schools, and communities.

  • The Romance Bookmark with Renee Bernard

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    15 minutes of who-knows-what about authors and maybe even their books.  Lots of laughs, gossip and more laughs!

  • Kimberla Lawson Roby

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    The Prodigal Son is the 20th release for Kimberla Lawson Roby. We will discuss her latest release and more.

  • RRR What's Write for Me

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    This month on What's Write for Me, Dellani & Christina welcomes author Barbara Watkins! Since we have only one guest today, Christina and I will be talking about our new books coming in October. Be sure to listen in for excerpts from all three of us. This show will be worlds of fun. Join us!

  • Author Lacy Crawford Discusses Early Decision

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    A delightful and salacious novel about the frightful world of high school, SATs, the college essay, and the Common Application—and how getting in is getting in the way of growing up
    Anne Arlington is twenty-seven, single, and in demand: she is the independent "college whisperer" whose name is passed from parent to parent like a winning lottery ticket, the only tutor who can make a difference with the Ivy League.
    Early Decision follows one application season and the five students Anne guides to their fates: Hunter, the athletic boy who never quite hits his potential, a kind, heavily defended kid who drives his mother mad; Sadie, an heiress who is perfectly controlled but at the expense of her own heart; William, whose intelligence permits him to dodge his father's cruel conservatism but can't solve the problem of loneliness; Alexis, a blazing overachiever whose midwestern parents have never heard of a tiger mom; and Cristina, who could write her ticket out of her enormous, failing high school, if only she knew how.
    Meanwhile, Anne needs a little coaching herself, having learned that even the best college does not teach a person how to make a life.
    In this engrossing, intelligent novel, Lacy Crawford delivers an explosive insider's guide to the secrets of college admissions at the highest levels. It's also a deft commentary on modern parenting and how the scramble for Harvard is shaping a generation. Told in part through the students' essays, this unique and witty book is so closely observed that it has been mistaken for a memoir or a how-to guide. A wise and deeply felt story, Early Decision reveals how getting in is getting in the way of growing up.

  • Michigan Literary Network

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    Michigan Literary Network:. Helping writers get to their literary goals and connecting readers to Michigan Authors.

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