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Violette Dubrinsky is the bestselling author of the Dark Gods, Moonlight, Warrior, and G.O.N.Y. (Gangs of New York)-Double Dragon Sagas. She is a dreamer, a wishful-thinker, and an absolute romantic at heart. Violette enjoys creating stories with strong heroines and the leading heroes who “tame” them…and by tame, she means, learns to accept their stubborn, unchangeable ways. Violette is currently working on the sequel to Taken By Moonlight while simultaneously plotting the sequels in the Warrior and the G.O.N.Y. sagas.
Violette can be reached at email@example.com, on her website (below) or on Facebook (below). She loves feedback so feel free to email her, leave comments on her blog, or Facebook her (the quickest way to get a response). And be sure to check out the free reads on her website.
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Ellen Gee answers the question for a second time "Who is Ellen Gee" on this episode of The Evolution of Perspective on Blog Talk Radio. She answers FAQs and turns the mic on herself to expose parts of her that are rarely revealed. Nothing is off limits and she answers questions honestly and doesn't hold back. She talks about everything from music to men to friends and lovers to fears and dreams and back to what it means to be Ellen Gee.
Ellen Violette, a.k.a The eBook Coach, is CEO of Create A Splash, LLC a full-service and coaching company. She works with authors, coaches, entrepreneurs, independent professionals, speakers and small businesses, teaching them how to create a unique message to build a 6- or 7-figure business online-even if they have no technical, no marketing or business skills so they can live the life they want-without stress and overwhelm. And, she uses ebooks as a focal point to help them do it! Elln is a best-selling and award winning author herself, having written: The 1 eBook Solution: the 12 secrets to turning a single Ebook into a 6-figure income. Ellen is also a contributing writer for Published! Magazine and has been recognized for outstanding achievement for her column with the eLit Award. She is also the recipient of the "Be The Change Award" for outstanding achievement in her field. Ellen is also a Gram
Joining Audrey Russo for this week's REELTalk - two of the most brilliantly talented comedians in the country will be joining me, GREG MORTON & ELLEN KARIS. It's more than a laugh break...there's some serious stuff at hand. Are we losing our ability to laugh at ourselves and life itself? The instructors in our culture that teach us how to laugh at ourselves are being strangled by those who loathe our First Amendment rights. Are we losing our language liberty...or giving it away willingly? Join us to explore this critical issue...and grab a laugh, to boot!
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"We are very blessed to be in body at this time. Every one of us here has spent lifetimes working toward the dream of a Conscious Humankind and a world at peace. We are being called forward to stand in the fullness of our Essences, to be the largest versions of ourselves." - Ellen Dosick
Tune in as Sister Jenna interviews Ellen Dosick on the America Meditating Radio Program.
Ellen Kaufman Dosick MSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been practicing social work, and doing psychotherapy for over 35 years. In 1989, she experienced the seed process that would eventually grow into Soul Memory Discovery work, and was able to learn this process from the Master Teacher, Roni Reynolds. She later began teaching it to other therapists, and has taught over 300 facilitators from around the world. Ellen is a highly acclaimed international teacher who has led seminars, workshops, and retreats in a wide variety of settings. She is a frequent guest on SpiritTalk Live!, an internet radio show on HealthyLife.net, and has been featured in a segment on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Along with her husband, Rabbi Wayne Dosick, PhD, spiritual leader of the Elijah Minyan, she has co-authored two books, Empowering Your Indigo Child: A Handbook for Parents of Children of Spirit, and 20 Minute Kabbalah. Visit http://soulmemorydiscovery.com
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Find out how The Vagina Monologue DISHcussions and the Perspectives Rap Session went on this episode of The Evolution of Perspective. Learn about what Ellen Gee has planned for the Spring, Summer, and Fall of 2014. Get caught up with Divas DISH news and updates. And catch up with Ellen Gee regarding the show and plans for the not-so-distant future.
There are plenty of exciting ventures on the works for Ellen including her 40th Birthday Bash this coming summer. Listen in to be in the know.
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Mary Ellen La Douceur, spouse and business partner of Dean, joins him ON THE DEAN'S LIST to talk about the first anniversary of the popular online radio show.
They talk about the process of hosting the show, lessons learned from the first year, how the show is a reflection of the creative process and also talk about their company, Dean's List Publishing. Fans of the show and first time listeners will enjoy the conversation.
Talk About welcomes special guest Ellen Travolta whose many credits over the decades include roles in Welcome Back, Kotter, Happy Days, Grease, and Charles In Charge.
Ellen and her husband Jack Bannon will star in the two-person play, Love Letters, by A.R. Gurney at the Lake City Playhouse on May 29-31st. It's a story that follows two characters over a fifty year period as they read through their personal letters and share their sorrows, joys and tragedies. The proceeds from the play benefit the Playhouse and the Coeur d'Alene Public Library.
Ellen talks about the play, playing Scott Baio's mom for over 30 years, and growing up in a big family that loved, and still loves, theater.
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Most advisors "know" they should be utilizing social media to reach out to people, but few understand how to use all of the tools the different platforms offer to do that effectively.
Listen in as Amy McIlwain, president of Financial Social Media, talks with Ellen Rogin and delves into the nuts and bolts of each of the popular social media platforms (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter…) and provides tips on how to make more connections through these networks, and better quality ones as well.
Ellen Gee welcomes Baltimore lyricist Eze Jackson to this episode of The Evolution of Perspective. In this long awaited interview, Ellen Gee picks Eze Jackson's brain to find out what makes him tick, what inspires him, and where he draws his passion from. A father, a husband, and an active member of the Baltimore Art Community, Eze is easily considered to be one of the artists to know and acknowledge in the local music scene and beyond.
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Did you attend the performance of the Washington Renaissance Orchestra on June 20th? Well, this Sunday, July 23, 2014, at 10:00am, Nasar Abadey one of the driving forces behind that performance will join us at Blogtalkradio. He is a drummer, composer, bandleader, and educator. In addition, he is the founder, and leader of the group SUPERNOVA®. His music spans the African Diaspora as well as inspired by the many jazz innovators. Abadey has performed with many well known jazz musicians: such as, Amiri Baraka, Dizzy Gillespie, and Charlie Rouse, just to name a few. Frankie Dunlop, the drummer, is his cousin. Currently, Abadey is a Professor of Jazz Percussion in the Jazz Studies department at Peabody Institute of the John Hopkins University. Join us as we talk with him and explore his music. The program is Jazz Notes and our mission is to keep jazz alive!
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