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  • Writestream Tuesday with Author Michael Sheldon

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    Join Writestream co-founder and host Daria Anne when author Michael Sheldon joins her to talk about his writing career including The Violet Crow:
    An unfathomable murder stuns the quiet South Jersey suburbs of Philadelphia. No grieving parents come forward to claim the unknown girl’s body, and there aren’t any clues. The police are inexperienced. The local media are casting blame and demanding answers. A mini-culture war is brewing . . .
    So what do the civic leaders do? They hire Bruno X. Psychic Detective. No joke, the guy’s got talent. And a track record. Sure, his psychic shtick is a bit unorthodox. Yet, somehow, he gets results—solving long-forgotten mysteries locked inside the old brick Quaker meeting house, and uncovering closely held secrets hidden within the biotech company whose symbol is the Violet Crow.
    Michael Sheldon was born in Philadelphia and raised in South Jersey. He and his wife Ellie left New York City in 1980 and moved west--first to New Mexico, then Montana, and finally to Seattle, where they've lived since 1988. With daughter Giuliana off at college, the household includes Bunny, the Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier, Oliver, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, and Michael and Ellie's global mom-and-pop marketing shop, XMedia Communications.
    Michael has been writing fiction throughout his adult life. Publishing credits include the business memoir of investment pioneer George Russell, Success by Ten (Wiley, 2009) and scores of articles on photography in PDN. He's also an accomplished photographer and has invented a form for photographic novels called photoromance.


    in Books

    Welcome to WRITERS ROUND TABLE. Today my assistant Jon Magee and I will be talking amongst ourselves.Jon is the author of FROM BARREN ROCKS TO LIVING STONES and PARADISE ISLAND: HEAVENLY JOURNEY. The true accounts of his life in Yemen and Singapore. We will be discussing our books and views on writing. Join us and the hooligans in the chat room for fun and mayhem.

  • Utopia Revelations with author Amy Leigh Strickland

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    Your host, Jo Michaels, of the Jo Michaels blog, interviews author and teacher Amy Leigh Strickland about her UTOPiAcon revelations. Amy is the author of the young adult series Olympia Heights and the Royer Goldhawk Saga. You can check out the Olympia Heights comic here for free! We'll be talking about what got Amy into publishing, what she took away from and learned at Utopia, and what she's got brewing on the back burner for all you readers out there.
    Be sure and give Amy a follow on these social media platforms: Facebook and Twitter.

  • Created Themed Out kid digs; yeah Hatman

    in Design

    This show is all about creating our kid's world... so they are happy at home in their space. No matter if they want to go where no man has gone before or live among strawberries,  tips will be found to create their world in their space. 

  • 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:

  • Author2Author with Kristin Meekhof

    in Writing

    Bill welcomes Kristin Meekhof to the show. In 2007, when Kristin Meekhof was 33, her husband (a teacher and veteran) of four years was diagnosed with advanced adrenal cancer. Approximately eight weeks later, he died. Bill and Kristin will discuss the book she wrote in response that experience, and which has names as a Maria Schriver "Architect of Change." Don't miss this inspiring interview.

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    The Author's Talk Show with Jane H. Davis (author of "First Aid for Heroes")

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    Jane H. Davis wrote her memior, First Aid for Heroes, and published it through Rocket Science Productions.
    Jane has been a volunteer for many years while traveling around the world with her husband during his military career with the US Army. Her major volunteer experience was in 2001 when she traveled to New York City, after 9/11; with the American Red Cross to work as a First Aid nurse at Ground Zero, taking care of the rescue and recovery workers.
    In 2006, Jane’s husband received the diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease.  Thankfully, the disease is progressing slowly and he continues to work full time and lives an active life. In 2009 Jane’s husband was diagnosed with stage 4 Mantle Cell Lymphoma.  He currently is in remission.
    Together they fight these battles and work on maintaining a positive outlook. Jane and her husband Gary reside in Northern Virginia. She is a mother of two, and grandmother of four.
    You can see more about Jane, and buy her book through her website www.janehdavis.com.

  • I Saw The Best In Me: Author Shondra Mitchell

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    Shondra Mitchell is from Buffalo, New York and is currently living in Tampa, Florida. Shondra is an Accounts Manager for a large corporation. Ms. Mitchell is a wife and mother to 3 children which consists of a set of three year old boy/girl twins and a six year old son. Shondra feels her calling is to motivate and to inspire others and her book "I Saw the Best in Me" is one way that she is using to step into that role. 
    For Info:
    Facebook: AuthorShondraM

  • The Princess Chronicles with Aduke Aremu

    in Performing Arts

    The Princess Chronicles airs every Wednesday at 7:30pm with the phenomenal author of The Princess Chronicles, Aduke Aremu. Mrs. Aremu will take women on a journey of becoming a princess, the do’s the don’ts, the strategies and the stories of Princesses around the world!

  • The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

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    Meet author Leighton Flowers. He's stopping by the Author Chat Show to discuss his latest book, The Potter's Promise: A Commentary on Roman's 9
    About the book and the author:
    "A former Calvinistic Reformed Baptist minister and now a Professor of Theology, recounts his theological journey in and out of Calvinism. In so doing, Professor Flowers’ sets out to help his readers understand a non-Calvinistic “Traditional” Southern Baptist interpretation of one of the most quoted and relied upon chapters for defending Reformed soteriology: Romans 9. Flowers writes, “Paul is not attempting to distinguish between those vessels eternally blessed with effectual salvation and those vessels cursed with reprobation; instead the apostle is drawing a distinction between those vessels blessed to carry out the noble purpose of fulfilling God’s promise and those vessels hardened in their rebellion in order to ensure the fulfillment of that same promise…it is all about The Potter’s Promise to bring the Word to all the families of the earth!”

  • CMC Radio Presents: Kay Neal, Author - Part 3

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    CMC Radio Presents: Kay Neal, Author - Part 3