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Get ready for the most fun you'll have in the next hour of your life right here on Rated G Radio!
Special Guest Star, Kathy Porter joins the show to talk abour her writing of 2 cool new sci-fi novels the Earth's Ultimate Conflict SERIES!
If you'd like to ask Kathy a question, please call in! 323 657-1493 is the hotline!
Kathy Porter grew up in Endicott, New York, the birthplace of IBM and only a short distance from where one of her favorite TV series creators, Rod Serling, was raised. Kathy's lifelong interest in science fiction ignited when her father, a science teacher, showed her craters on the moon and taught her about the constellations. She grew up watching science fiction movies and TV shows. Ray Bradbury's Martian Chronicles was her first delve into a science fiction novel, and she has been hooked ever since.
"I think I was born telling stories," Kathy explained during a recent interview. "As second to the oldest of seven children, the girls all slept in one bedroom. I loved making up bedtime stories with an eerie edge to frighten my sisters: tales about fairies, leprechauns, and aliens."
Visit Kathy's page on Amazon to purchase her books by clicking this link!
This is a special FLASHBACK FREAKOUT episode of KEEP IT REEL, which features a special new year's episode we did a year or two ago when we all got together to talk about all things hororr/sci-fi. I am reuploading it for all of YOU, and putting up some of my best shows from the past, and the most interesting, so that we can all get together and enjoy/embrace all that life has to offer, as far as fandom is concerned.
(had some audio problems in the end. Apologies! Last 4 minutes or so)
All upcoming shows have been cancelled!
Upon finding out that I have to go in for not one but two possible surgeries involving hospital stay/anesthesia, ..countless of ER visits and countless of tests in the past month, combined with year long drama over subject matters that would even make high-school dropouts seem like geniuses in comparison, I have decided to retire from horror/sci-fi, and pursuing any serious work at least in that part of the industry. I will go elsewhere where I am maybe more appreciated. I still love many people on my pages, I will be in the scene, post, etc, but I also refuse to do shows on blogtalk, that have my haters listen into/talk about/gossip behind my back, and make things even more complicated than they need to be, even when it's not about them. This "keeping tabs bit." Enough.
The last straw was when i decided to reach out to people privately thinking I could help them or care about them, and they posted my messages all over and laughed about it. Aside from one small name drop which I agree I shouldn't have done (though it was still private nevertheless), it proved to me how unfortunately, many people in horror and sci fi to a piont are angry, dramatic, high-school (and below) behaving haters and assholes.
I am also a grown man with another birthday approaching, and was originally going to 'retire' on new year's to celebrate 5-6 years of guesting/doing podcasts, which has then been pushed back to Halloween. Now, due to my health issues, I cannot handle doing podcasts anymore, at least hosting them for the time being, AND I'm not a young kid anymore. As a grown, mature man, I have to make decisions, and one of them is do do something more serious and being around people you love. Sadly that isn't always the case, and hasn't been here.
Join Derek Young from the convention Sci Fi in the Valley as he and Eric Morse talk about the convention....and there might be a few surprise guests.....
(Note: Unfortunately Derek didn't make it for the show. Eric Morse did the show himself and improvised. He even did a reading of the beginning of Psychotic State The Novel...So still a show to check out. It has a few amusing moments...)
Greta van der Rol loves writing action-packed adventures with a side salad of romance. Most of her work is space opera, but she has written paranormal and historical fiction. She lives not far from the coast in Queensland, Australia and enjoys photography and cooking when she isn’t bent over the computer. She has a degree in history and a background in building information systems, both of which go a long way toward helping her in her writing endeavours.
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Welcome to the pilot episode of Desert Island Films with your sexy host Stephen Horton aka Gashead Steve.
Gashead Steve's first guest for this pilot episode is none other than jl76gaming of Desert Island Games fame. Yes John kindly allowed Gashead to lease half of the island to host this special film version of the series.
Gashead would like to thank John https://www.youtube.com/user/jl76gaming
Any question for John please use the +jl76gaming tag
You can find Gashead's youtube channel here - https://www.youtube.com/user/gashead66
If you would would like to be joining in on the show please PM me on my facebook page https://www.facebook.com/thelondonret...
Join The Paranormal Outlaw, Tasha Starr, and Melissa Duck for a night of fun and craziness! They will discuss everything from paranormal to UFOs to current news in the world. Our guests tonight are memebers of Generic Black Shirt Paranormal Group. Generic Black Shirt Group are a team of investigators who are featured on the weekly network television show "Paranormal AfterParty". They uncover the serious, and sometimes lighter sides of the paranormal. The evidence is real, Members of the GBSG: Anthony Romano Jr - Executive Producer/Lead Investigator Steve Barry - DVR Specialist/Investigator Flip Searles - ITC Specialist/Director/Investigator Mike Curtis - Technical Producer/Investigator Chris Cassella - Investigator Ava Groves - Investigator Joe Chin - Investigator Christine Downes - Investigator Jayme O'Halloran - Investigator Lee Moon - Marketing Director/Investigator Matt Hensel - Master Editor Johnny Gee - Photographer/Investigator Wendy Curtis - Social Media/PR Erik Julian - Investigatorand the rest is real fun!
It's time to keep things straight with no chaser, loyal citizens! Welcome to The GrindHouse broadcast of Afronerd Radio airing this Saturday at 6pm. Join Dburt, Daryll B. and Captain Kirk as they wax and unpack on the varied and current pop culture, socio-political and scientific issues of the day. The topics up for grabs this week are: sci-fi/horror author, Chad Hunter stops by to discuss his latest literary effort, The Monster Man; more impressions on last week's highly popular NY Comic Con; just what is #Gamergate and why are women's gaming issues at the "eye" of this digital storm? Isn't there a racial problem in video gaming as well?; DC/Warner announced no less than 10 films slated for release up to 2020 (and if Marvel is included, that 40 movies potentially slated for release); our thoughts on Birdman director, Alejandro Gonzalez' assertion that the superhero movies are tantamount to "cultural genocide"; picking up from last week's show regarding the Whiteness project and actress Viola Davis raises eyebrows during the last scene of the latest episode of How to Get Away With Murder. Call live at 646-915-9620.
Join The Paranormal Outlaw, Tasha Starr, and Melissa Duck.Our guests tonight are Jason Snyder and later on in show Rick McCallum. Jason has built up quite a resume and a reputation for his controversial topics and edge of your seat paranormal presentations. Jason has been speaking publicly over five years and enjoys hosting workshops.Generally known for his Scientific approach to paranormal investigating, Jason is currently the Lead investigator for ” The Indiana Team For Anomalous Research” .Jason is also an Independent Investigator as well an investigator for No Boundaries Paranormal and is Represented by Michigan based talent agency "No Boundaries Media Entertainment". ~Book due May 2015 titled "Echo's Of the Afterlife"~ Book out early 2016 titled "Gore Orphanage: A Pillar Of Light and Hope" Upcoming Appearances:Saturday October 18th @ Half Priced Books 1pm-3pm Saturday October 25th @ Flint HorrorCon with Q&A @ 1pm Friday October 31st NCG Movie Cinemas for the Release of "Ouija"