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Mary Lazzaro-Bach ~ The Happy Medium
Mary Lazzaro-Bach comes to us from CT where she has experienced angels and spirit communication all of her life. She has done readings for almost thirty years, most recently drawing during readings so clients have her colorful work to take with them.
Mary considers her intuition and psychic ability to be happy side effects of her spiritual growth. She encourages us to be as open to our more subtle senses as we are to our five physical senses. "Just because you listen to FM most of the time;" she explains, " doesn't mean you can't tune into AM and find a really good program." Working with other-dimensional entities is a lot like that: once you decide to listen, your understanding of reality expands exponentially .
As always, before our show today Mary has asked her spirit guides connect her with the angels, guides and dearly departed of people who will ask questions tonight.
For more information visit: http://www.marybach.com/
You can reach Mary at www.marybach.com for private consultations via phone or Skype.
See an interview with Mary on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2aso32vGjE
Romance is On The Air with Jennifer Fusco is pleased to welcome, Mary Ellis.
Mary Ellis grew up close to the Amish where she loved their peaceful agrarian lifestyle and strong sense of Christian community. She and her husband now live by the largest population of Old Order in the country where they take weekend trips to research her books. Mary enjoys reading, traveling, gardening, bicycling and swimming. Before “retiring” to write full-time, Mary taught Middle School and worked as a sales rep for Hershey Chocolate—a job with amazingly sweet fringe benefits.Living in Harmony, book one of her last series won the 2012 Lime Award for Excellence in Amish Fiction. Book two, Love Comes to Paradise, won the 2013 Lime Award. Her latest Amish romance is A Plain Man. She is currently working on a three-book historical romance series set during the Civil War. The Quaker and the Rebel released in January and The Lady and the Officer releases in July.
This podcast is owned and copyrighted by Authors On The Air Global Radio Network, LLC and produced by Pam Stack.
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On the next edition of Fiber Hooligan (03/17/14) my guest will be Mary Colucci. Since the mid-1990s, Mary Colucci has served as the Executive Director of the Craft Yarn Council (CYC), a nonprofit trade association that represents major yarn resources, needle/hook manufacturers, publishers, and consultants to the yarn industry. In that capacity she oversees all educational and promotional campaigns for the industry association, as well as monitors consumer research and retailer initiatives
World Footprints travels from inside the Beltway to the banks of the mighty Mississippi River as we bridge two cities, Washington, DC and New Orleans with two guests who know a thing or two about both places. Enjoy our conversation with political power couple James Carville and Mary Matalin--two people who have become a force for good in the Crescent City.
Yeah! Mary Peeler is back on Nigh-Light. Buckle up and hold onto your hats its going to be a show full of Light-Love & laughter and of course all that wonderful spiritual wisdom spread on thickly and free readings as well ...first come first read!
Mary's website - www.psychicmediummary.com
Barbara's website - www.barbaradelong.com
Mary B. Morrison, New York Times best-selling author also writes as HoneyB. She has 17 novels including her newest release, If I Can't Have You.
Writing for both Kensington Publishing Corporation as Mary B. Morrison and Grand Central Publishing (formerly Warner Books) as HoneyB, Mary is at the top of the African-American fiction genre. In her novels, Mary addresses social and sexual issues that impacts relationships. Mary is pro-female empowerment and believes all women are worthy of living free from abuse.
Mary received her Associates Degree in Liberal Arts from Vista (now Berkeley) Community College. She worked 18 years for the government. Earning nearly six-figures, Mary resigned from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development on June 3, 2000, and withdrew her retirement to self-publish her debut novel Soulmates Dissipate.
Soulmates Dissipate is currently being made for motion picture by Codeblack Entertainment and Lionsgate.
In 2006, Mary sponsored an anthology publishing 33 students entitled Diverse Stories: From the Imaginations of Sixth Graders.
Mary currently resides in Oakland, California. Her wonderful son Jesse Byrd, Jr. is writing his first novel for 6th to 8th graders.