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Today, Wendy and Travis interview D.D. Marx, Author of 'Beyond Believing - An Inspiring Story to Awaken The Heart..
D.D. Marx is a contemporary romantic fiction writer and blogger, as well as a lover of all things social. She is a graduate of the University of Dayton, as well as the Second City program in Chicago, where she currently resides. A proud aunt and self-described hopeless romantic, Marx has always has a knack for humorous and engaging storytelling. Her pen name is a dedication to her beloved friend Dan, who continues to guide and inspire her in her daily life.
About the Book: Beyond Believing is a sweet, funny and romantic story that touches the heart, serves up delicious twists and turns, and shows the reader that there’s no such thing as “coincidence.” Author D.D. Marx regards this book her “love letter to friendship,” written in memory of her best friend, Dan.
Website: www.ddmarx.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Links To Book on Amazon: http://amazon.com/author/ddmarx
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About D.D Marx.:
Graduating with a Communication degree from the University of Dayton, she attempted to break into the world of Public Relations but was instead sidetracked with a J.O.B. At the strong encouragement of her friends and family, who dubbed her a “funny story teller”, she stretched her comfort zone by entering the Second City program in Chicago where her itch for entertainment was finally scratched.Determined to share her story and create a legacy, she decided to combine these talents and become a writer.
She returned to her alma mater to immerse herself in a 3-day writing course where this dream finally came to life. Asked to imagine if she was a superhero, her task was to dig deep to describe her special powers. Based on the real-life tragedy of one of her best friends, that answer came without hesitation. All she’s ever wanted was the power to visit with him one last time. This is the inspiration that catapulted her into her debut project titled, the Beyond Series. She dove into a world imagining that he never left.
What Others Are Saying About "Beyond Believing":
“Beyond Believing" captures the romance, mystery, intrigue- it is truly inspired writing. I couldn’t put the novel down! Complete with a phenomenal plot, characters you immediately adore and twists that leave you on the edge of your seat, Beyond Believing is a must-read for anyone that enjoys captivating content. D.D. Marx has perfectly woven the tapestry between fiction and the true story events that inspired this story. I can’t wait for book 2 and 3, Beyond Love and Beyond Forever. “ -Best-Selling Author Elizabeth McCormick, Former US Army Blackhawk Pilot
D.D. Marx is the author of “Beyond Believing; An Inspiring Story to Awaken the Heart.
Beyond Believing is a sweet, funny and romantic story that touches the heart, serves up delicious twists and turns, and shows the reader that there’s no such thing as “coincidence.” She regards this book as her “love letter to friendship,” written in memory of her best friend, Dan.
Graduating with a Communication degree from the University of Dayton, she attempted to break into the world of Public Relations but was instead side-tracked with a J.O.B. At the strong encouragement of her friends and family, who dubbed her a “funny story teller”, she stretched her comfort zone by entering the Second City program in Chicago where her itch for entertainment was finally scratched. Determined to share her story and create a legacy, she decided to combine these talents and become a writer. She returned to her alma-mater to immerse herself in a 3-day writing course where this dream finally came to life. Asked to imagine if she was a super-hero, her task was to dig-deep to describe her special powers. Based on the real-life tragedy of one of her best friends, that answer came without hesitation. All she’s ever wanted was the power to visit with him one last time. This is the inspiration that catapulted her into her debut project titled, the Beyond Series. She dove into a world imagining that he never left.
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D.D. Marx is a contemporary romantic fiction writer, blogger, and a lover of all things social. D.D. is a graduate of the University of Dayton as well as the Second City program in Chicago, where she currently resides. A proud aunt and self-described hopeless romantic, Marx has always had a knack for humorous and engaging storytelling. Her pen name is a dedication to her beloved friend Dan, who continues to guide and inspire her in her daily life.
Join us as we discuss her latest book, Beyond Believing; An Inspiring Story to Awaken the Heart. It's a love story that encourages readers to never give up hope.
We are chatting with game, animation and comic book writer Christy Marx.
She has written for classic animation series like GI Joe, Spider-Man and the His Amazing Friends & Jem and the Holograms, also written for comic books like Birds of Prey & Amethyst: Sword Of Sorcery, and has written for a number of video games and TV shows. She is also the author of the book Writing for Animation, Comics and Games.
We discuss how she became involved in writing, about her various projects, her thoughts on the upcoming Jem live-action film, tips for writers, and much more.
November 12, 2015, may ultimately be remembered by gale force winds and power outages (God, I hope not!) but let it also be remembered as the day that you were empowered by one of my amazing guests like Richard Zombeck, our National Political Director and his comments of the GOP debate and the future of Ben Carson. Hugh Madden from Progress Michigan has a thing or twenty to say about the report from the Center for Public Integrity showing Michigan as the LEAST transparent and accountable state government in the country. Melissa Yeager with the Sunlight Foundation breaks down the disturbing report on on-line political ads and the impossible track to find out who runs them and finances them. Yes, it just gets more and more secretive, and that is not a good thing. REFORM!!! And finally Bill Meyer will join us to share with all of us the play tomorrow night in Detroit for one night only titled Marx In Soho and this is one play you want to see. Tune in for all the details.
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This past Saturday and Sunday, the Worker's World Party held a national convention at the Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz Memorial and Education Center on 3940 Broadway, in New York Center. Host Bob Carson attended this event and recorded analysis from notable radical figures from within the WWP, such as Larry Holmes, Deirdre Griswold, Sarah Flounders and many others. Bob will give his thoughts on the convention and the main theme of the gathering, putting socialist revolution on the table.
For more information about the Workers World Party, please visit their website. http://www.workers.org/articles/
Join us on Carson’s Corner with the Election Boycott Advocates Friday Nov. 6 at 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time as we grapple with the question, “Are Russia and China imperialist?”
This is a charge often leveled by the house-broken news media of the United States and NATO countries. That’s not surprising. What’s much more surprising is that the same charge can often be heard coming from some radicals, Marxists, socialists and communists.
With the help of our guest, Scott Rickard, we’ll attempt to unpack this common charge and examine its source, its purpose and where the truth lies. Scott is a former intelligence linguist for the U.S. government who often appears on international news networks like RT, Sputnik and Press TV as an expert analyst and commentator. With the help of his insightful take on the globe’s most important geopolitical hotspots, especially those at the intersection of Russia, China, Europe and the United States, we will shed light on the where the real imperialism lies and where it doesn’t. With the Obama Regime executing daily provocations against China and Russia, risking World War Three and nuclear annihilation, figuring out the source of the problem and possible solutions may well be the most important political topic before humanity.
On this Thursday, November 5, 2015, the day after the day after the election, I am still having an activist hangover, so to speak, so my goal in the first two hours is to bring you two recent segments that deal with activism in a more narrowed fashion for those who need maybe a little push but also want to make sure you are making a difference. These two hours is a great primer to that, I assure you. Please listen in. I will also visit with Bill Meyer who is promoting a live, one-night-only performance in Detroit that I know you will all have an interest in and you are always welcome to join the show as well.
Karl Marx wrote in Kapital v. 1 " labour is the father of material wealth, the earth is its mother." Many socialists have explored radical ecology, but until the latter 1980s there was not a truly sustained effort at creating a compelling ecological version of a socialist economic vision.
Many of the early founders of the US Green Movement were also socialists and in 1991, Green Party activist Joel Kovel co-wrote "The Eco-Socialist Manifesto" and his own book, "The Enemy of Nature" which defined an Eco-Socialist Vision of a post-capitalist economic system.
This episode of RRLove will talk about Eco-Socialism, which seems highly relevant in the midst of Bernie Sanders presidential campaign, as a self-identified socialist.
Marx attempted to set up a framework which could be applied to a number of conditions. And in applying this framework we cannot be afraid of the outcome because things change and we must be willing to acknowledge that change because we arc objective. If we are using the method of dialectical materialism we don’t expect to find anything the same even one minute later because “one minute later” is history. If things are in a constant state of change, we cannot expect them to be the same. Words used to describe old phenomena may be useless to describe the new. And if we use the old words to describe new events we run the risk of confusing people and misleading them into thinking that things are static.
In 1917 an event occurred in the Soviet Union that was called a revolution. Two classes had a contradiction and the whole country was transformed. In this country, 1970, the Black Panther Party issued a document. Our Minister of Information, Eldridge Cleaver, who now is in Algeria, wrote a pamphlet called “On the Ideology of the Black Panther Party.” In that work Eldridge Cleaver stated that neither the proletarians nor the industrial workers carry the potentialities for revolution in this country at this time. He claimed that the left wing of the proletarians, the lumpen proletarians, have that revolutionary potential, and in fact, acting as the vanguard, they would carry the people of the world to the final climax of the transformation of society. It has been stated by some people, by some parties, by some organizations, by the Progressive Labor Party, that revolution is impossible. How can the lumpen proletarians carry out a successful socialist transformation when they are only a minority?