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Carolyn Bendall, Fashion Critic and blogger (www.carolynbendall.com), discusses subjects, trends, or products within the beauty, fashion, and entertainment industries, focusing on Your True Colours, and how it applies to you, the individual.
Tiffany Anisette is an entrepreneur, handbag designer, author, life coach, minister and speaker for young girls and women. As a former massage therapist, Tiffany realized there was a common problem to women, who carried heavy bags on their shoulders or unevenly distributed in their hands or arms. Her research showed her that these bags often weighed up to10lbs! So Tiffany created the B.A.G. Handbag on Wheels. The B.A.G. (acronym for the “Business Active Girl”) is her patented signature product line of high quality, couture carry all purse, shoulder and pull bags.
Jen Groover is a highly sought after speaker, author, designer, television show host and media contributor, spokeswoman, inventor and advocate. Tagged by SUCCESS magazine as a “One-Woman Brand” and a “Creativity and Innovation Guru,” as well a leading “Serial Entrepreneur” by Entrepreneur magazine, Jen Groover’s success skyrocketed with the creation of the Butler Bag, the world’s first compartmentalized handbag, and has not stopped since. Jen spring-boarded the Butler Bag’s success into an entire lifestyle brand, which led her to create subsequent lifestyle brands, including the recently launched “Empowered by Jen Groover” brand.
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Hosts Janet Kira Lessin & Dr. Sasha Lessin interview George Green on Part I of Alien Contact Organization then we called into TJ Morris ET Radio for the remainder of the show with guest Bruce Maccabee.
George Green’s career extends from military service in the USAF (where he encountered alien disk craft in a remote hanger at Edwards AFB), through “playing monopoly” in corporate banking and large-scale construction, to working closely with the Pleiadians and other benevolent intelligences to “wake people up” in preparation for coming changes. Very few people we have talked to have a span of personal experience – and contacts – which is this broad. As George describes, he “used to run around with the big boys”.
He was asked to build an enemy prisoner-of-war camp in downtown Las Vegas – he refused – and was asked to be Finance Chairman for the Carter administration, but declined after it became clear to him that the ethics of many of the senior players were heavily compromised. Shortly after he turned down the offer, his loans were called in and he lost many millions of dollars as finance was removed from dozens of major construction projects.Undeterred, George rebuilt his world and is in direct contact with Pleiadian intelligences and other beings.
He has devoted his life to spreading the word that all is not as it seems. He has an extremely serious message: there is very little time left in which to prepare. Telling us that his “sources” are informing him that too few people are “waking up” and that it is almost too late, his own bags are packed and he is about to relocate to ... See more at: http://www.aquarianradio.com
Through combining his talents in singing, dancing, and acting, Grady Harrell II has had numerous opportunities to work with a variety of well known music artists, land acting roles on television, while at the same time recording and performing as a solo artist. His years of experience in the music business began at the age of 9 when he began to teach himself to sing while looking up to his role model Smokey Robinson. A native of Los Angeles, California, Grady Harrell was born into a musical family where singing was (and still is) a way of life. His mother, Evelyn Harrell, (a singer as well) was in the group Friends of Distinction while his grandmother, Essie King, was a "classical singer/teacher". Grady persisted in sharpening his vocal skills, and at twelve years old he formed a group called Young Gents. He also formed a very popular group called Papa’s Results while he was in high school. This group (which also included his sister Rocq-e) remained active for over a span of more than six years. They soon gained opportunities to work with artist such as Shalamar and The Whispers just to name a few.
Grady Harrell's stamina, talent, and love for music are strongly evident through his three solo albums: “Mwana” (1985) on Solar/MCA Records, “Come Play with Me” (1989) on RCA Records, and “Romance Me” (1990) on RCA Record. In recent years, he has done tours in Europe with his sister Rocq-E, as leading vocalist in a Motown/Atlantic theater production called "R.E.S.P.E.C.T." He usually makes appearances in Holland several months per year where the fans are
very welcoming and are more than appreciative of his soulful singing.
Currently Grady Harrell is in the process of recording a new album for Cliff Hanger Records where Chris Dixon, C.E.O. of the record label, is producing the album.
Join us as we shine the spotlight on the world’s sauciest authors dedicated to the realms of BDSM, GLBT, and Erotica. Write On the Edge asks the questions few dare. It pushes the limits and creates the standard of steamy, intelligent converse. This show is intended for an Adult Audience and is rated R for raw, real and risky subject matter. Are you ready to be…Write on the Edge?
This week’s Featured Authors are . . . Lisa Henry and JA Rock!
JA Rock has worked as a dog groomer, knife seller, haunted house zombie, standardized patient, cashier, census taker, state fair, quilt hanger, and for one less-than-magical evening, a server-and would much rather be writing about those jobs than doing them. JA lives in Chicago but still sees West Virginia behind Illinois's back.
Lisa Henry likes to tell stories, mostly with hot guys and happily ever afters, but they've gotta work for it. No free lunches on her watch. She lives in tropical N. Queensland, Aus. She doesn't know why because she hates the heat, but suspects she's too lazy to move. She spends half her time slaving away as a government minion, and the other half plotting her escape.
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Write On the Edge is produced by WON Radio as part of Writers Online Network (WON). More information about WON is available at www.writersonlinenetwork.org They can also be found on Facebook and Twitter @won_radio and @writersonnet
Today Velvet Lattimore, CEO of the "Vedazzling Accessories" boutique is my guest on the Jeff Foxx Radio Show Online. Located in the high end section of DUMBO in Brooklyn, NY, the boutique features Velvet's own designer handbag line known as the “Vedazzling Collection”. Hear all about how Velvet's love of fashion and all things beautiful has become her dream come true TODAY on The Jeff Foxx Radio Show Online!!
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O’Quin known best for the ubiquitous single “I Told The Storm” offers a sequel to that classic hit with the powerful new “Survivor.” Much like picking up after a season ending cliff-hanger, O’Quin opens “Survivor” with lyrics from the last line of “I Told The Storm” and continues the story of the person who went through a storm and is now on the other side of it. Using the original vocalist, P. Jacobs, O’Quin’s lyrics and Jacobs’ captivating vocals gives us another sweeping and passionate story of overcoming and making it through.
“I felt like I’ve survived a lot through my career and my personal life,” said O’Quin. “Things that should have taken me out but I’m still here because of God. I wrote ‘Survivor’ to speak to everyone that has gone through their own trials and storms. To remind them that God is keeping you for something, He is preparing you to do something for Him.”
Greg O'Quin is the pastor and founder of The Church Without Walls Int'l, located in the suburbs of Dallas Texas, NOW called The Sanctuary @ Arlington.
For a woman, a purse is more than a place to carry a wallet and credit cards. It's a fashion statement, and often women strive to match purses with shoes, dresses, and earrings. But purses are also targets for thieves, and a purse hanging loosely from one's hand can be easilty snatched. A skilled thief can dash away in a crowd of people and escape with a handbag before the unsuspecting victim has time to react. And for seniors, walking with a cane, or walker, or sitting in a wheelchair, a purse becomes a difficult accessory to manage. As they say, necessity is the mother of invention and for hand bag designer Jewell Pates, the needs of seniors created a unique market for her creative designs. Today she discusses her handbag design business, and how sensitivity for the needs of elederly women created a unique market, for which she developed just the right solution. Her bags will be featured in an upcoming fashion show, "We Live And Remember In Color" by fashion designer Quinton deAlexander.
On this episode our guests will be sharing some great information on events during October and November here in SWFL.
Joining us will be Earl Leamer - Sundowners Hanger Dance - a great evening of fun, food and entertainment
Marcie Garcia - Pregnancy Resource Center of SWFL - Walk for Life and Diaper Derby
Dolores Gozzi - Discover The Beauty in Yourself & Life
Tonya Schrott - ITT Tech Career Day
For more information on these events please clink on the links provided.
Supporting local events is important to all community members as these organizations provide valuable services. It is a great way to discover new businesses and their owners and build relationships with them. When we support local we all gorw and prosper.
Don't Date Blindly! Spiritual dating coach reveals how to date with your eyes wide open- All three of them! Most women (perhaps all women!) would never think of picking out a dress, shoes, or a handbag while blindfolded. So when shopping for a man, why do so many women fumble in the dark and see who they bump into while looking for love? Discussed on this show:
What it means to ‘authentically love yourself’ and why your life will be better because of it, and so will your dates!
The three types of men to avoid at all costs!
How to feel sacred by achieving a level of internal self-acceptance
How soul mates aren’t fantasy …they are real – and every girl has one!
How to become more ‘magnetic’ and attract your soul mate
A ‘toolkit’ to maintain a healthy relationship Amy Leigh Mercree is an author, media personality, and expert dating, relationship, & wellness coach who has been practicing for fifteen years. Mercree speaks internationally and brings groups on adventure vacations around the world focusing on kindness, joy, and wellness. She teaches workshops around the country. Follow her on @AmyLeighMercree on Twitter. The Spiritual Girl’s Guide to Dating: Your Enlightened Path to Love, Sex, & Soul Mates is available on www.AmyLeighMercree.com, www.amazon.com and other major online retailers.
Dreamers Radio is doing jumping jacks from the excitement of welcoming back Staci Hart, author of the Good Gods series. Staci Hart was on Literary Symposium last year and we look forward to catching up with all the new releases and changes.
Taken from her Amazon page:
"Staci has been a lot of things up to this point in her life -- a graphic designer, an entrepreneur, a seamstress, a clothing and handbag designer, a waitress. Can't forget that. She's also been a mom; she has three little girls who are sure to grow up to break a number of hearts. She's been a wife; even though she's certainly not the cleanest, or the best cook. She's also super, duper fun at a party, especially if she's been drinking whiskey. Her favorite word starts with f, ends with k, and there a uc in there. Just saying. From roots in Houston, to a seven year stint in Southern California, Staci and her family ended up settling somewhere in between and equally north, in Denver. They are new enough that snow is still magical. When she's not writing, she's sleeping, cleaning, or designing graphics. But let's be honest, she's mostly writing."
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