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Catholic discourse on the philosophy and practice of art, music, and literature and their effects on society, historically and today.
In the second episode of The Beautiful Things, we will be joined by Peter Mongeau, owner and publisher of Tuscany Press, a company dedicated to the publication of Catholic fiction and poetry.
The talk will address not only what place fiction has, if any, in the Catholic life and what role it can play as a means of reviving and re-establishing Catholic culture, but also what makes Catholic fiction good and what differentiates it from non-Catholic fiction.
In this episode we're going to be giving an introduction to New Adult Fiction Addiction, a brief description of what exactly New Adult fiction and a round table discussion with our hosts
The books discussed in this episode are:
The Fifth Circle by Tricia Drammeh
Siren Snow (Redhaven Saga Book #1) by Victoria Barrow
Celine (The Night Touched Chronicles Book 1) by Maegan Provan Hosts:
Victoria Barrow Tricia Drammeh Maegan Provan
Wanda B Campbell is a wife, mother, grandmother, minister, mentor, and an author. Our greatest role is being a servant of God. Writing is her passion and books are her one addiction. Wanda began writing in 2005, and to date has seven award-winning Christian Fiction novels. She enjoys teaching and encouraging aspiring authors.
Murray Pura, David- Michael Harding and Molly Noble Bull head up a panel of Historical Fiction authors! About Murray Pura:Murray Andrew Pura was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and has traveled extensively throughout Canada, the United States, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Ordained as a Baptist minister in 1986, Pura has served five churches in Canada and headlined numerous speaking engagements in Canada and the United States. He has five books published, was a contributor to the Life
This is Author’s Beat, sponsored by The Writers League of the Villages in central FloridaToday's guest is Barbara Phillips who also writes under her alternate pen names of B. L. Daniels, and B.L. Phillips. She is the author of four science fiction romantic adventure novels in the Space Darlings Series: Best Laid Plans, The Darlings on Ice, Power of the Crown, and Galactic Conspiracy. Ms. Phillips has also written a fantasy-romantic fiction novel that's been
Lauren Tharp (the woman I spent the end of the world with on my Dec. 21, 2012 broadcast) is back for more! This time we'll be talking about her newly-released young adult novel, The Ballad of Allison and Bandit.
It's so nice to talk with someone who's doing what it takes to get ahead!
But I'm a little concerned that Lauren only shows up for my apocolypse shows. Maybe I should start to worry about North Korea...?
Kidding aside, don't forget to grab your FREE copy of Lauren's book at laurentharp.net
On tonights Fiction show Guest host Ryan is here to talk Star Trek: Into Darkness! We have both seen the movie so there will definitely be some spoilers!
After that, I give you guys some new Movie trailers to check out: Turbo, and Byzantium!
As well as Awesome Fiction news to talk to you guys about! It's gonna be Awesome, can't wait for you guys to join us tonight at 11PM Eastern!
All this and More on SupaFi64!
PREVUE: The Genetic Cruci-FICTION of RHESUS CHRIST For centuries and maybe even beyond the complex question of WHERE do we all come from??? Has burned in the hearts of Scientists and Scholars etc... Minister Enqi and Dr. ali Muhamamd are now prepared to present the undeniable evidence through modern Research, Historical Record Bio-Genetic Analysis, Geo-Magnetics and Astro-Magnetics the Proof of the Origins of Races or Biological Pathology of Humans. More Impor
What are some of the vital differences between memoir and fiction? On Thursday, May 2 at 6 PM EST I’ll be talking with author David G Hallman about “Writing What We Know and/or Writing What We Imagine.”
David is the author of the intensely moving and beautifully-written memoir August Farewell. He’s also the author of a novel, Searching for Gilead.
He grew up in Waterloo, ON, studied community psychology, and was on the national staff of The United Church of Canada, carrying a wide range of social justice responsibilities. Environmental ethics was a major focus of his career and he was the Co-ordinator of the World Council of Churches Climate Change Programme based in Geneva which involved him in UN global negotiations on climate change.
In addition to his books, he’s the author and editor of many articles and books on ecological themes including A Place in Creation — Ecological Models in Science, Religion and Economics, Ecotheology – Voices from South and North, Spiritual Values for Earth Community, and a major study paper on Climate Change and Poverty — Science, Theology, and Ethics for the National Religious Partnership on the Environment.
Listen in as author and speaker Gail Gaymer Martin shares how she combines a speaking ministry with her fiction writing.
Gail is a multi-award winning novelist of over 50 Christian books. Some of her awards include The Carol, Booksellers Best, Holt Medallion and Romantic Times Reviewer Choice. Her novel The Christmas Kite was optioned for a Hallmark movie. Gail authored Writers Digest’s Writing the Christian Romance and is a co-founder of American Christian Fiction Writers. CBS local news named her one of the four best novelists in the Detroit area. Gail worked as a Masters-level counselor and as a university instructor of English and public speaking. She is a keynote speaker and teaches writing across the U.S. Visit her website at www.gailgaymermartin.com