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During this sit down with our good friends in (N)ception, we will discuss the creative process and release of the highly anticipated "Letters of (N)tent." (N)ception has an amazingly unique sound and we will be airing many tracks from the album!
Don't miss it!
How to Write an Urban Fiction Novel is one of my most read articles on Urban Fiction News Magazine. People are curious as to what makes this genre so much different from other genres. They are interested in learning how to write a compelling story in the urban fiction genre
Join K.C Baylor as she takes us a quick guide to writing and creating the best urban fiction novel you can. Things like character development, storyline, plot and drama sequences that makes you a better writer but more importantly to make you a better overall storyteller.
Meet Christian Science Fiction Writer JW Luff and his love for revealing the gospel theough science fiction !
Title of Episode: The Ladies of Elite Fiction Present: The G-Spot Radio Show
The Ladies of Elite Fiction present The G-Spot Radio Show: Launch of Awesomeness!
Your hosts for the night: Sheila, Samantha, and Vanessa.
Tonight we will be playing music from:
Wiltshire and the Chosen Few https://www.facebook.com/wiltshiremusic
Da Real Notty https://www.facebook.com/dareal.notty?fref=ts
(N) Ception https://www.facebook.com/nceptionmusic
Exclusive interviews with photographer Stephanie to highlight her work which can be found on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/SnapsBySteph and Abby Beers to highlight her artistic abilities.
We will be focusing on letting everyone know about what they can expect from future shows!
Why the name "The G-Spot Radio Show"? That's simple, because it's just that good! ;)
Today, I’m visiting with Darlene Deluca, an author who writes women’s fiction and contemporary romance. She delights in exploring relationships – what keeps people together, what drives them apart? She released her debut novel, “Unexpected Legacy” in January of 2013, and has issued several other books since then. She joins us today to talk about ‘formulas’ when writing, the relate-ability of her characters, and ‘wrapping up loose ends’ when writing a book. Join us to hear more.
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OUTTRO MUSIC BY JACK T. BLUES
Tonight Pop Art Painter, Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Fiction Author Nathaniel Shroyer to the show.
They'll be discussing his new fantasy/ dystopian/ steampunk Novella 'The Ether Plight' which is currently available at Amazon.
Winner of the Chicago 48 Hour Film Project for script writing, William Hayashi is the author of the Darkside Trilogy in The Dark Side Universe which involves two trilogies with the seventh book an epic with books releasing every year:
"Discovery is the first installment of the story of a community of African Americans who beat Neil Armstrong to the moon and reside there for four decades before being discovered by those living on earth. Volume one of the trilogy, an engaging story, tells of how the United States of America makes this historic discovery and what happens in this country as a result."
William is the Friday night host of Black Science Fiction Society, The Genesis Science Fiction Radio series.
Read the first four chapters of Discovery
View William's short film Fallout on YouTube
Follow @avidreadershows on TWITTER
Anyone who knows me knows that I love sci-fi monster movies. The Cave, Alien Franchise, Predator series and others from across the board comes to mind. I tend to enjoy them because I grew up watching them. In a recent discussion with some fellow speculative fiction authors, we went back and forth on issues about what's appropriate for Christian to watch. I maintained there was nothing wrong with me watching these kinds of movies and allowed for others to disagree with me.
The conversation then spilled over into reading. I read all kinds of books secular and non-secular. I'm a reader. However, I've become more increasingly selective as to what I read because I want to enjoy a good book. As I'm exposed to Christian authors from all walks, this thought led me to the current redefinition of what is appropriate for 'saintly fiction'. After all, I have met Christian writers who write all over the spectrum. So the question comes to mind, what is saintly fiction? Who determines it?
Join me as I talked with Jeremy Bullard, debut author of 'GemWorld' as we discuss these issues. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app today. Any way you can, join us