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Novelist, J.E. Fishman, is a well-versed, traveled man, having experienced both sides of fame and fortune. Now he brings his life's journeys into perspective in his writing in a profound way giving life to his mystery and thriller novels; The Dark Pool, Primacy, and Cadaver Blues.
Join J.E. Fishman, and me on Tuesday, April 23, 10-11 A.M. US. Learn how his life’s experiences contributed to writings and how he became a storyteller through his various novels.
"Cinema in Noir" is a weekly radio show for which all things film related are discussed from a black female perspective. Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. This week we discuss the whether "older" actresses are getting more roles in Hollywood. Jamie from BlackGirlNerd.com will discuss Game of Thrones. We will also discuss the latest NY Times tht heralds 2013 as a "breakout year' for black cinema. Lastly we will discuss the 2013 Tony Awards nominees.
This Week on Interviews with Authentic You..
Meet CK Gray, Listen as Carrie shares her real life story... You will hear how she realized her Dream and became that...A Romance Novelist!
True LOVE...Hundred Years in the making!A Love Story, An Incedible Love Story, A Love Story like no other!
Now, CK Gray has become one of the most popular Romance Novelists out there!
P.S. and wait till You here about the Movie...and WHOM is Co Producing!
Happy Cinco de Mayo! We're celebrating today!!!
Also, Novelist Eric Jerome Dickey talks about his new novel, DECADENCE!
And, America's psychologist, Dr. Jeff Gardere talks about how his own painful divorce experience led him to help others through this horribly confusing time with his new divorce app!
Every Sunday afternoon, Ro shares news, views, advice, and interviews, as well as motivation, encouragement, and inspiration on different ways to add more purpose and passion to your life, career, relationships, and business - for a better life and a better YOU! Join Rolonda and Friends every Sunday afternoon! Please FOLLOW the show.....AND --
This segment deals with the relationship between Azrael and Enyo. Why I was so tense on writing about a heavenly angel and a deity...regarding a forbidden relationship.
Breaking away from being afraid of something, and how writing helps.
And creating the perfect man as a female author.
Kendell Shaffer has had a multifaceted career in writing and entertainment, most recently working in VFX (visual effects) on ‘Knight and Day,’ a 20th Century Fox film.
In 2007 she sold a TV pilot, ‘Downtown’ to ABC Studios and a TV movie, ‘Team Julia’ to Lifetime Television, both of which she wrote with her writing partner, Jefferson Eliot.
Anguished Immortals: Book One, Acts of the Fallen was released in mid August of 2012. Now we're moving closer to releasing Book Two, Zerachiel's Seed. I'll be reading a preview or two, answering questions about both novels, and revealing a little more about my newest project...Bleeding Stars and Paper Hearts
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Multitalented Wade Cox visits The Wealthy Speaker Show with host, Paul Lawrence Vann. Wade is a novelist, write short stories and is a screenwriter.
Tune in to discover a multiplicity of books, screenplays and shortstories from a man who has his eyes on the prizr from a creativity perspective.
Wade is author of the books, Splintered and Bootleg Spirits. That's not all, Wade writes scripts from movies to include Unseen Malice and the soon to be produced, Tormented Malice.
Tune in, listen in and call in at (646) 595-4797 and or join us in the web chat room http://www.blogtalkradio.com.paullawrencevann
rett was born and raised in southern California. His parents, avid readers, instilled the love of books in him early on. Though he still makes California his home, he has traveled extensively to such destinations as Ho Chi Minh City, Berlin, Singapore, London, Paris, and Bangkok, all of which play parts in his current and upcoming Jonathan Quinn thrillers.
Brett's advice to aspiring writers? Most important, WRITE: Writers write. Simple as that. Write a little everyday if that's all you can manage. It may be crap, but so what? Athletes practice all the time, improving with each drill. It's the same thing with writing. You can't get better unless you write
This Sunday (6-16-13) our Crack Production Staff offers a truly "mixed" media lineup on "The Book, With Earl Merkel"-- showcasing guests whose talents as writers have found wing both as novelists AND in the world of television:
• Kathy Reichs (the Temperance Brennan book-series, as well as the long-running TV show ("Bones") that series engendered, visits to discuss her work in both worlds
• Lee Goldberg, known both as a master of mystery-suspense AND as writer/producer on such TV shows as "Monk," presents an original audio essay on his working life... including collaboration-writing (on TV writing-room teams, as well as his current joint authorship with fellow novelist Janet Evanovitch on "The Heist")
• Rich Le Cropane, Contributing Editor at The Book, With Earl Merkel, presents a read of his short, eerie & ominous work titled "Ironwine"
• An effects-added-by-The Book presentation of a review of E.L. James' "50 Shades Of Gray." (Yep. We have a li'l fun with it. HAD to, after Joe Clifford castigated James' writing last week.)
All this --and MORE-- 9 p.m. ET Sunday... here on "The Book, With Earl Merkel."