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  • Author, Miranda Parker

    in Books

    Author of The Evangeline Hunter Bounty Series, Miranda Parker, discusses her novel, "A Good Excuse to Be Bad".

  • 00:02

    How to Self-Publish Your First Book

    in Motivation

    Want to learn how to self-publish  your first book? I'll let you know what it took for me to get my first book, Knowing When Enough is Enough: My guide to building your self-esteem published and how you can get yours published too.  Register online at G.C. Peterson Books and get your free copy of Knowing When Enough is Enough: My guide to building your self-esteem.

  • 00:31

    How to Self Publish Your Book with Author Tiana Nicole

    in Women

    Self publishing a book can be worth it if you understand the process. During today's show, we will explore some of those steps and help you decide is self-publishing is right for you!

    Plan to join Kelli Claypool in this refreshing episode of DivaTalkRadio. 

  • 00:35

    Publish Your Book in 10 days: Book Coach Jo Anne Meekins shares on Good Deeds

    in Motivation

    Good Deeds presents Jo Anne Meekins is an author, speaker, spiritual life and self-publishing
    book coach, and founder of Inspired 4 U Ministries, LLC and Inspired 4 U Publications.  She provides inspirational products, services and information that are created to inspire hope, strengthen faith, and
    increase self-awareness.  Her mission is to support women in living vocal, valued and victorious lives; and assist writers in publishing projects in excellence. She is the author of "On Solid Ground: Inspirational Poetry For All
    Occasions"; "For Such A Time as This"; "How to Self-Publish in Excellence within 10-Days: A step-by-step guide to self-publishing via CreateSpace"; and "How to Uncover, Heal & Release Painful Life Experiences," volume 1 of
    the Living a Vocal, Valued and Victorious Life three-part series.

  • 00:47

    How to Create & Publish Your Book with M J Schwader

    in Entrepreneur

    We can tell you that almost all businesses are losing money every day.  Don’t let your business be one of them!

    We can show you a way for you to:

    Get more clients
    Make more profit
    Have a bigger company

    What if you could do ALL of this without doing any more work than you already are. Would you be interested?  The low hanging fruit for money and profit in our business is all of the work you have already done.  Within every Tweet, every FaceBook post and each of your blog posts you have already written there is just sitting there screaming for you to use it again CONTENT.  A Book is already written by you waiting for you to put it together.  All you need to do it to repurpose the content you already have and put it all in one convenient easy to access place. 


    Why everyone in business SHOULD be creating books
    Where can you can find content for your book
    How to get my book published  
    How to get started on your book today 


    You are a writer! 

    Now you just need to get published.   Host Steve Kidd is joined by my friend and local Portland eWN chapter member MJ Schwader they will show you just how easy it is for you to get your book published on this episode of Thriving Entrepreneur.

  • 01:00

    Interview with Tracee Randall - Book 6 & Steve Hultquist - Book 1

    in Books

    She's one of the dynamic Co-Authors from Book #6 with her chapter titled "Walking Into Your Destiny". Tracee Randall is a true entrepreneur.  She is a Wellness Transformational Coach, Speaker, Author and the Founder of Generational Health.  This faith crusaider has created and is soaring in her newly acclaimed arena #MiracleTerritory.

    Tracy has also written two new books and is excited to share the amazing work she is doing!

    Tracee received the prestigious Dr. Theodore Kalogris Humanitarian Award for helping people around the world achieve life-changing results with their health.

    Her website is www.traceerandall.com and she lives in Georgia.


    Steve is a world renown executive coach.  He is considered my many to be of the foremost business leadership executives in the world.  He has worked with some of the largest Fortune 500 companies.

    Steve knows that ultimately and always, success and profits are about one thing - people.

    Steve has traveled worldwide as an author, journalist and speaker and has also had many roles including CEO.

    His chapter in Book 1 is entitled, "It's All About People, Business in the Age of Relationships".

    His website is www.stevehultquist.com and he lives in Colorado.



  • 00:52

    Write a book they say but how do you get started?

    in Current Events

    So what is your book, they say.  Where are you published, some ask.  What is your story is the new mantra.  Have you been hearing all these words and just don't have an answer?  Or do you have tons of pieces of writings that sit in notebooks or on the computer with no power behind them?  Are you totally overwhelmed at the process of putting things together to have a 'book'?  What does having a book on the market mean these days?  Remember the 'old' days when you needed a publisher to 'like' you and give his personal opinion whether or not you would sell?  Gone are those days and none too soon.  Time to release your new story and share you with the world.  Are you ready?  Take a leap!!

    Shanda Trofe, author, publisher and writing coach will be sharing how to take your idea through to a print book with the greatest of ease.  She is the founder of Spiritual Writers Network and Transcendent Publishing and her books are Write from the Heart and Illuminations of the Soul which are great examples of her process in writing.  She also has an online class throughout the year with several other writing ventures you may join at any time.

    For more information visit:  www.ShandaTrofe.com

  • 01:00

    Interview with Rich Perry - Book 5 & Michael Schmidlen - Book 3

    in Books

    Rich Perry has been a therapist for over seven years in children's mental and behavioural health, initially concentration on pre-teen behavioural clients and later transitioning to early development within the Autism spectirum.

    Rich served four years as a program director for a therapeutic summer camp.

    Needing a change for himself, he began studying and received certifications in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Time Line Therapy and Hypnotherapy.

    He started his own coaching business focusing on personal and professional development, training and motivational speaking.

    Rich is also a musician and co-owner of Sector One Entertainment.

    Rich lives in Pennsylvania.

    Rich's website is www.thepathofme.com


    Michael Scmidlen is a serial solo entrepreneur who has successfuly ran his mutlimillion dollar, home-based business for over 20 years.

    Michael is currently working on finishing his first book, The Underwear Entrepreneur, The Definitive Guide to Working from Home.

    Michael was named as of of Colorado Biz Magazine's "Top 25 Most Powerful Sales People" in January 2011.

    He's been profiled on "Hearbeat of America" hosted by William Shatner.

    Mike lives in Texas.

    Mike's website is:  www.underwearentrepreneur.com

  • 00:54

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: ‘The Court and the World’

    in Books

    This week, John Fabian Witt talks about Stephen Breyer’s new book; Alexandra Alter has news from the literary world; Mira Jacob discusses three new coming-of-age novels; Sam Tanenhaus reminisces about the podcast; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.

  • 00:40

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: Niall Ferguson’s ‘Kissinger’

    in Books

    This week, Niall Ferguson discusses his biography of Henry Kissinger; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Sloane Crosley talks about “The Clasp”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.

  • 00:43

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: ‘Black Silent Majority’

    in Books

    This week, Khalil Gibran Muhammad talks about Michael Javen Fortner’s “Black Silent Majority”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Hanna Rosin discusses David Brock’s “Killing the Messenger”; feedback from readers; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.