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Kathleen Ball/ Author A voracious reader, Kathleen quickly discovered the world of romance novels and she knew she was home. At the encouragement of her sister Tricia, she decided to try writing. Kathleen wrote her first book three years ago. She was shocked to find out that people loved what she wrote. All of Kathleen's novels are award winners. Callie's Heart is her first published novel. It is the first book i
This is Bennet Pomerantz. Tonight I have twio talented and diverse writers in J.P. Grider & Kathleen Tighe Ball Just added Lindsay Klug to tonight 's fun filled conversation.. So anything Goes
Kathleen Marden is a well-known UFO abduction researcher, author and lecturer with 23 years experience in the field. She is MUFON’s International Director of Abduction Research. For ten years Kathy volunteered as MUFON’s Director of Field Investigator Training. In 2012, she was the recipient of MUFON’s "Researcher of the Year" award.
Her interest in UFOs dates back to September 20, 1961, when her aunt, Betty Hill phoned her nearby home to report that she and Barney had encountered a flying saucer in New Hampshire’s White Mountains. A primary witness to the evidence of the UFO encounter and the aftermath, Kathleen has intimate knowledge of the Hill’s biographical histories, personalities, and the previously unpublished historical files pertaining to their sensational story.
She is the author of three books, Captured! The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience, Science was Wrong, with nuclear physicist/scientific ufologist Stanton T. Friedman, and The Alien Abduction Files, with Denise Stoner (May 2013 release).
Please join me as I sit down with Ms. Kathleen Gati, who plays the deliciously evil Dr. Lisa Obrecht on ABC's General Hospital. We'll chat about how she arrived in Port Charles & I will, as with all first time guests, ask some fun, quirky questions to help you guys get to know her as a person. If you don't hear a word from me in 30 minutes, Dr. Obrecht has killed me...I kid, I kid. Anyway, I can't wait for this one!
Even at birth, everyone is unique. Can heredity alone account for the complex differences in people’s temperaments and styles? The Michael teachings, an increasingly popular body of channeled work, propose that we are each unique souls who deliberately take on a specific combination of traits to give us the experiences we seek. In this fascinating and beautifully written book, Journey of Your Soul: A Channel Explores the Michael Teachings, Shepherd Hoodwin expertly discusses these teachings from his vantage point as a Michael channel.
Kathleen Barton, MBA, works with career women who feel overwhelmed with their responsibilities, who want to be more productive and effective in their work… and still have a life outside of work! As a keynote speaker, workshop presenter, author and life coach, Kathleen specializes in work-life issues; including life balance, stress, and time management. Kathleen is the author of Passport to Priorities: Your Road Map to Balanced Living. Her work has been featured in numerous publications, including Business Week, The Executive, and The Wall Street Journal Online, among others.
Kathleen Cleary is the proud Founder of ThrivingInTheMiddle.com, the place for you if you’re a busy professional who’s struggling to add caring for aging parents to an already full plate.
As a Certified Senior Advisor, CSA® and Aging in Place Specialist, Kathleen helps working women find the answers and resources they need to help their parents age safely in their own home as long as possible and create a plan for changing eldercare needs that offers peace of mind to her clients and their parents.
Her mission is to help all working women live their happiest, healthiest, wealthiest and most balanced and productive life while helping their parents with the challenges of aging.
She's the author of the Kindle ebook, “Mom & Dad Are Aging: Critical Clues They Need Help.”
An engaging speaker, Kathleen hopes all women who are caught in the Sandwich Generation—caring for their own families while also caring for aging parents and grandparents—will take advantage of the tools and resources offered in the Thriving in the Middle community.
Slaves in the Family with Edward Ball
If you knew that you were a descendant of a slave- owner, would you tell anyone?
If you had an opportunity to apologize to descendants of those enslaved by your family, would you?
Edward Ball is a writer of narrative nonfiction and the author of five books, including The Inventor and the Tycoon (Doubleday, 2013), about the birth of moving pictures. The book tells the story of Edward Muybridge, the pioneering 19-century photographer (and admitted murderer), and Leland Stanford, the Western railroad baron, whose partnership, in California during the 1870s, gave rise to the visual media.
Edward Ball’s first book, Slaves in the Family (1998), told the story of his family’s history as slave-owners in South Carolina, and of the families they once enslaved. Slaves in the Family won the National Book Award for nonfiction, was a New York Times bestseller, was translated into five languages, and was featured on Oprah.
Edward Ball was born in Savannah, raised in Louisiana and South Carolina, and graduated from Brown University in 1982. He worked for ten years as freelance journalist in New York, writing about art and film, and becoming a columnist for The Village Voice.
His other books, all nonfiction, include The Sweet Hell Inside (2001), the story of an African-American family that rose from the ashes of the Civil War to build lives in music and in art during the Jazz Age; Peninsula of Lies (2004), the story of English writer Gordon Hall, who underwent one of the first sex reassignments—in the South during the 1960s—creating an outrage; and The Genetic Strand, about the process of using DNA to investigate family history.
Edward Ball lives in Connecticut and teaches at Yale University.
Kathleen Brooks the best selling author of the Bluegrass Series. She has garnered attention as a new voice in romance with a warm Southern feel. Her books feature quirky small town characters you'll feel like you've known forever, romance, humor, and mystery all mixed into one perfect glass of sweet tea. Her fifth book, Rising Storm, made the USA Today Bestseller List for all books on August 30th, 2012 and Acquiring Trouble made the USA Today Bestseller List for all books on January 31, 2013.
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A staple of Vegas comedy, Kathleen Dunbar has won the 2002 Las Vegas Star Search and created the "Divas of Comedy" at the Saraha Hotel.
She will be performing at the Brad Garrett Comedy Club over the next few weeks.
We will talk to Dunbar about her career on the Strip.
It's almost summer, the perfect time of the year to get outside and get moving. Being active is not only fun, but it is important for physical activity and exercise. And your local gym, pool or park are great places to go.
To help us inspire activity, Coca Cola has launched a new initiative Get the Ball Rolling.
Join host Rick Tocquigny with Coca Cola's General Manager of Sparkling Beverages Ms. Stuart Kronauge.
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Kathleen L. Maher’s novella Bachelor Buttons releases through Helping Hands Press in May, 2013 as part of a Civil War sesquicentennial collection. Her manuscript Closer than a Brother won the historical category of ACFW’s Genesis contest in 2012. Her work has finaled in several writing contest since 2009. She is represented by Terry Burns of Hartline Literary Agency. Kathleen blogs about New York State history and enjoys reading and writing reviews for historical CBA releases. She and her husband live in a 100-year-old farmhouse in upstate NY with their three children. Two rescued Newfoundland dogs and a tuxedo cat complete their family.
The daughter of immigrants who fled the Irish Potato Famine, Rose Meehan longs for a better life than the tenements of New York City. Courted by two men--a young doctor who represents material security, and a poor violin instructor who has captured her heart--she must choose between a life of advantage-grabbing or a life of faith. When Manhattan explodes in mob rule following Lincoln's unpopular draft, the heroic action of one suitor brings provision for those she loves, and reveals God's plan.