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Author Lorena Bathey joins me to talk about her books. We'll start with the forthcoming Meeting Ms. Monroe and then talk about her other books as well.
Mary Monroe has dyed black hair, pale face, and Goth makeup. She works at a trendy restaurant, but is not enamored of the celebrity lifestyle. Soon after her 25th birthday Mary meets with her mother’s lawyer and is shocked to learn she's been left millions. As she leaves his office he hands her a letter from her mother and a key to a secret storage space. When she opens the storage space she finds furniture, suitcases, and dresses all belonging to the legendary Marilyn Monroe.
Buying a new home with her new found wealth she furnishes it with the items from the storage space. But what happens next is nothing short of a miracle - or a nightmare. Mary finds herself blacking out and when she awakes she has a new hairstyle, clothes, and most intriguing and frightening of all...letters written to her by Marilyn Monroe. Plunged into a world she doesn’t remember, Mary tries to keep her sanity as she appears to be living the double life of a legend.
Follow Mary Monroe as she moves back and forth in time not sure she if she will lose herself or find another.
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Heather Scott (www.repheatherscott.com), along with Bonner County Sheriff Daryl Wheeler and Washington State representative Matt Shea, came to the attention of Lost Arts radio recently when they stood up against the harassment of a man in her district by Veterans Administration agents who wanted to strip this citizen of his unalienable 2nd Amendment rights because he had suffered a stroke. This is part of the creeping infringement of 2nd Amendment rights by a government that wants to use any excuse possible to disarm American citizens, a step which historically always precedes much more serious tyranny and government crimes against the people. We get a chance on this week's show to find out first hand from Representative Heather Scott what it is really like when honest and courageous people get into government for the right reasons, and what it's really like on the inside.
On this show we also get a rare chance to speak with Sheriff Richard Mack (www.cspoa.org), on how he went from the beginning of his career in law enforcement, to a clear understanding of what needs to change in how that profession serves the people and honors its oath to the U.S. Constitution. Sheriff Mack shares with us how he came to start the great organization called the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (see all their videos on YouTube), and the inspirational work being done by CSPOA members all over America. All of us are needed to support this great effort at turning America back to an actual land of freedom and honor. If you haven't had the privilege of hearing Sheriff Mack talk yet, you are in for a treat with this show. If you have heard him, you know how inspirational his historical commentary and his insights can be on the real function of law enforcement (listen to what he says regarding "stupid laws"), so you know what a great show this is going to be.
This week's super show on Lost Arts Radio begins with raw food and health teacher/celebrity Matt Monarch (www.therawfoodworld.com). Matt is the owner of the largest raw food and super food online store in the world, and has been the inspiration behind many people's programs for lifestyle and dietary improvements. His book Raw Success and others before it are highly regarded by health seekers worldwide.
Our talk with Matt covers a multitude of health and consciousness-related issues, and will be a real treat for any who value inspirational pointers and observations from someone who has been a devoted raw foodist himself for twenty years. Yet Mat also gives practical advice on how to use whole foods, both cooked and raw, for radical health enhancement, and other pointers for those at any stage of their own health journey. This talk with Matt will not be a repeat of others, but a fresh look at all the major health issues, exclusive for our Lost Arts listeners.
Next, we switch gears back to the recently breaking story of multiple natural doctors all dying within a short space of time, and what is the connecting link that ties them together. Originally it appeared that they were just all natural health-oriented doctors with credentials of various kinds, but the link between them turned out to be much more specific. Lost Arts listeners to this week's show are privileged to get the answers to this question from David Noakes, someone central to this developing story, who has been brave enough to share his insights directly with Lost Arts Radio in an exclusive interview that makes sense of the whole amazing drama. This particular interview in its original form has already been sent by Lost Arts Radio to hundreds of other real media people worldwide, which was done within minutes of completing the interview, for obvious security reasons.
Solina Mundy lives a quiet life, running the family bakery in her small North Carolina hometown. But one night, she suffers a vivid nightmare in which a wolfish beast is devouring her twin brother, who lives in Alaska. The next morning, police notify her that Mani is dead. Driven to learn the truth, Solina heads for the Land of the Midnight Sun. Once there, she begins to suspect Mani’s friends know more about his death than they’ve let on. Skyla, an ex-Marine, is the only one willing to help her. As Solina and Skyla delve into the mystery surrounding Mani’s death, Solina is stunned to learn that her own life is tied to Mani’s friends, his death, and the fate of the entire world. If she can’t learn to control her newfound gifts and keep her friends safe, a long-lost dominion over mortals will rise again, and everything she knows will fall into darkness.
Fallen Acres: A Girl's Voyage Beyond Life Without Her Parents ~
When You Face Your Greatest Fears, You Find Your Truest Self... The Elliotts are a typical American family: they look content and functional to outsiders, but really, they’re navigating difficult family dynamics. Two introverted parents with passionate feelings who have learned to master and subvert their anger find themselves confronted by a drama-fueled oldest daughter, and a self-absorbed middle daughter. The author, their youngest daughter, tries as hard as she can to be the perfect child—she doesn’t cause trouble, she stays away from angry scenes. But the repression that makes her passive and avoidant causes her reckless nature to come out in other ways…in a series of bad decisions that lead her, at the age of 40, to a place where she is determined to do the right thing for her parents during their late-life crisis. Her story is one of heartache, loss, lessons learned, truths uncovered. It’s about the ways in which God and fate intervene to show us what we’re made of. It’s a powerful testament to the need for compassion and realism with aging parents and end-of-life issues. But most of all, it’s a story of identity and redemption—and how one girl ran away from her hurtful family issues only to find that immersing herself back into her family’s world was the way to claim who she really was. Lyrical, honest, and vivid, Fallen Acres is a memoir both deeply relatable and profoundly valuable.
To start off this week's show we wrap up our series of guests on the topic of positive alternatives to abortion. Special guest Abby Johnson (www.abbyjohnson.org and www.abortionworker.com) takes some time with us to give our listeners a glimpse into her personal world, her experience as a Planned Parenthood clinic director, why she left that organization and the project she started to help other workers in the abortion business do the same thing and escape from this industry of death. She founded the ministry called And Then There Were None (www.attwn.org), to help save the lives not only of the unborn children being killed, but also to help those who participate in doing the killing, not fully realizing the negative effects this work is having on them.
August 5th was the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, and to remember this event and consider what it led to, Lost Arts Radio has two guests on this week's show to delve into the nuclear issues we all live with day to day, as well as developments that have taken place over the last 70 years.
Libbe HaLevy, is the producer and host of the popular weekly show, Nuclear Hotseat (www.nuclearhotseat.com) and the author of "Yes, I Glow In The Dark, One Mile From Three Mile Island To Fukushima And Beyond". Libbe will be sharing with us her personal experiences from the Three Mile Island event, which she witnessed unintentionally from one mile away from ground zero. This experience eventually led to her nuclear research, and her current activities as host of the weekly Nuclear Hotseat radio show.
Also on this special episode of Lost Arts Radio, world-famous nuclear expert, scientist, educator and legal expert witness Dr. Christopher Busby (www.chris.busby.exposed) returns for an in-depth interview, exploring the real impact of the Hiroshima bombing on the world since that time.
Sparks fly… The day that Stephanie and Doyle meet, circumstances fight against romance. She thinks him rude, crude, and bossy and while he loves her long legs, he thinks she seems snobbish and cold. However, he feels she has interesting possibilities and she thinks he is a sexy hunk. Danger unites… Surviving the arsonist set rangeland fire together ignites the passions each has been ignoring. The rugged high desert and mountains of Colorado set the scene for adventure, danger and fiery passions. Can they stay ahead of the arsonist and develop a solid relationship in the bright light of day? Trust… Growing trust in the face of adversity, just how strong is this new relationship. Can each of them get beyond past betrayals and pain? Will the final chapter be a wedding, or a fond farewell? Riverview is home to Stephanie and now to Doyle. The small Colorado town and its citizens reflect small ranch towns across the United States. The values and closeness of the residents who support each other when times are tough.
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This week, author Scott Robert Scheller joins me to talk about his book, Haunted Tree and more.
From Haunted Tree, The Magus Family Chronicles Book 1:
Times were hard for Marc: Too much cold, not enough food and a once good friend had turned against him. Then his life grew even more complicated as magic invaded his world. Little did he know that discovering the Haunted Tree would change him in ways he could not imagine. Under the tutelage of the mysterious wizard Oren, Marc, and his lifelong friend, Valeria, found themselves on the path to learning the greatest secret of magic. But this journey would come at a price. Together they struggle to not only discover and fulfill their destinies, but to also survive the evil that wants them dead, all within the shadow of the Haunted Tree.
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Tonight join Jared, Byron and Brandon as they discuss a huge community event involving a local pastor whose son recently went missing off the coast of Honduras on a kayaking trip. We will also discuss the impact this story has had on the entire community and how quickly it spread across the internet via social media. We will also discuss our own personal favorite Bible stories, from the Old and New Testament which are the stories we love to hear the most. We hope you'll join us for this discussion.
Higher Ground: Zero Hour~
As mankind continues to ravage the planet we call home, the Earth refuses to become just another victim of our destructive nature. It is the Earth that gives us life, not us who gives life to the Earth. She will fight back with billions of years of experience on her side. She shows favor to those who live in harmony with her, and delivers devastating blows to those who mean her harm. She tries to warn us that her beauty will not always be evident, that danger lurks in her many facets, and that her ugliness, when it does appear, is not intentional. She was just born that way. She will warm us, feed us, clothe us and protect us if we are wise. Freeze us, starve us, strip us and destroy us if we are not. We are at her mercy for our survival. Yet, we expect her to bend to our will, as if it were the other way around. We blindly ignore warnings that if our current global consumption and production patterns continue, by 2050 we'd need three planets to sustain our current lifestyles. We selfishly expect her to bear the burden on her own.
Now a new threat looms to challenge our claim at the top of the food chain. One of the smallest living organisms has come out of its hiding place to remind us that we have not conquered all. Man himself may be a virus on the earth, yet we are unable to kill her. No, she will not die because of us. She will remain long after we are gone. But, did she send one of her own to remind us of our place? Something so small it cannot even be seen, but could decimate the human race? She had done it before. Was it self-defense? Or, did man think he was smarter and could control Mother Nature?
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This week, trial lawyer and author Hubert Crouch joins me to talk about his Jace Forman series and more.
In his best-selling debut, Cried For No One, flamboyant Fort Worth trial lawyer Cal Connors is hired by distraught parents after their daughter's body is found beneath an inverted crucifix on the altar of a rural church. Hard-nosed in the courtroom and well-connected to the local media and judiciary, Cal sues the cemetery for millions. Hot on Cal's trail is Leah Rosen, a young journalist closing in on the truth and willing to put her career on the line for justice. Defense attorney Jace Forman takes on his rival Cal and won't rest until he finds out who could have committed this macabre crime and why.
In The Word, Ezekiel Shaw and his fanatical followers preach a gospel of hate, picketing the funerals of fallen soldiers, and praising God for sending America’s soldiers back in body bags. But when they disrupt the funeral of Second Lieutenant Lauren Hanson, a West Point graduate killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan, hard-charging Fort Worth trial attorney Jace Forman becomes determined to put an end to their crazed crusade no matter the cost. As Jace and reporter Leah Rosen battle the odds and the clock in pursuit of justice and truth in the courts, they draw closer to uncovering a shocking conspiracy—and facing sinister forces that will stop at nothing to keep them from revealing the truth.
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DARK AND BROKEN THINGS~
After losing control of his Jeep on a patch of black ice, David Grace lies helpless in the snow, watching his best friend die. He awakens in a remote hospital, snowed in, cut off from the rest of the world, and badly injured. David struggles to heal, but beneath the pain of his physical injuries, he faces the demons of his past, and begins to wonder if he's slowly losing his mind...or being haunted.