• 02:00

    Thats Novel interview with E LR Jones

    in Books

    Join Stephanie as she interviews Author E LR Jones about her books and her writing career.  She will be the inaugural author on the Stephanie's Book Reports BlogTalk Radio channel.  E LR Jones is the author of The Norton Sisters Series; Live in "E" Motion; Can I do your hair?;  Touched by a god Series; The Discovery of Me; and several more.  Tune in to hear how E got her writing career started and where she's going from here.


    Find her on Amazon here: http://amzn.to/1B8uEJ6


    Show Date:  December 17, 2014

  • 02:02

    That's Novel

    in Radio

    Conversation with Author Hilary Storm.


    Hilary Storm Amazon page: http://amzn.to/1rfxcEO


     


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  • 02:01

    That's Novel

    in Radio

    Conversation with Author Samantha Chase.


    Samantha Chase Amazon Page: http://amzn.to/1vBUuVM


     


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  • 02:00

    That's Novel

    in Radio

    Conversation with Author Liz Crowe


    Liz Crowe Amazon Page: http://amzn.to/1tFqXcf


     


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  • 00:29

    Franklin McKinley: film editing

    in Film

    Is film editing what you want to do and need to know where to go?  You know how to edit film but don't know the next step. 


    Want to know the right edit program to use. I will help you with these guestions and more. There is so much to learn on editing films and sound it would take me months to tell you about it all. But I am going to give you the tools in finding everything you need and some I am going to tell you how. Know this, if you're not ready to work at become a great editor, don't start. Anyone can make a film and put it on youtube. But their not good enough for Hollywood. So grab a pen and pad and tune into my show. mckinley_frank@yahoo.com for questions or remarks.

  • 02:01

    That's Novel

    in Radio

    Conversation with Author Karina Espinosa


     


     


     


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  • 02:03

    That's Novel

    in Radio

    Conversation with Authors Ashlee Taylor & Elizabeth Hayes


     


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  • 02:02

    That's Novel

    in Radio

    Conversation with Author AJ Harmon.


    AJ Harmon Amazon Page: http://amzn.to/1nO6R98


     


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  • 02:03

    That's Novel

    in Radio

    Conversation with Author M.N. Forgy.


    M.N. Forgy Amazon Page: http://amzn.to/1u54cwG


     


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  • 00:31

    #11 Editing Your Novel, Part I of III

    in Writing

    Editing is one of the most important steps in a novel's development. In order to make your work the most superb piece of fiction out there, you canNOT skip over or skimp on this process!
    So join me for episode 11 on "Editing Your Novel". We'll be talking about developmental & structural editing as well as line editing. Learn how to do your own author edit before you send your work out to the pro editors!
    Keep it indie,
    <3 Colby

  • 01:00

    Join David Homick, author of a metaphysical novel

    in Spirituality

    After years of working in the banking industry in Central New York, David Homick left his suits behind for a more casual gig as a freelance Web Designer. "I love the creative aspect of my work, which was not something that was encouraged growing up.” Perhaps it is all that pent up creative energy that has motivated him to express himself now between the covers of a book.


    It took 54 years for Homick to pick up the pen, or in this case the laptop, and start writing his first novel. That's a lot of life experience to draw on. Much of his inspiration comes from his recent interest in spiritual, metaphysical, and so-called paranormal activity.


    His first novel, A Lifetime Last Night, is full of metaphysical wisdom and inspiration that is woven into an intriguing, contemporary love story. One of the underlying themes of the story, as well as his life, was inspired by a favorite quote from George Eliot. "It's never too late to be what we might have been."


    A second novel, as yet untitled, is currently in the works. "It's who I am now. I'll never stop writing." Homick dreams of quitting his day job to pursue his writing career full-time.


     


     

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