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Welcome to the award winning show “the Conversation” in its 4th year airing on Blog Talk Radio. This show features the brightest and most unique guests we can find. We offer a dose of positive energy to inspire, motivate and educate you our listeners. Welcome sit back and enjoy the show!
Hosts: Klarque Garrison and Michele Gilliam-Morrissey
Yolanda Grace- Returning to the show Yolanda Grace delves into a serious side explaining her addiction to alcohol and how she conquered it. Tune in and see what this model, singer and actress is up to next!
Keith Scott- Introducing the owner of TALLspeaking! Public speaking made easy. Keith teaching people Nationwide to overcome the fear of speaking…. Find out HOW?!!!
Memoir- Sit back and relax to the sounds of Memoir and alternative Soul band based out of Los Angeles…. (Dena, Zed & Remington)
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Nicholas Snow reads from his living-powerfully-with-HIV memoir, Life Positive: A Journey To The Center of My Heart. Nicholas Snow Live, a daily, global conversation "Connecting the Circuitry of Humanity." Producer/host Nicholas Snow's previous show, SnowbizNow, has had over 1.5 million downloads.
For over 30 years, Terre and her sisters, Maggie and Suzzy, were the successful singing group known as The Roches. Terre has written a funny, wise, and very candid memoir of her life, both before and after fame. Terre's book, Blabbermouth, is a brave, tender and disturbing book. In it, Terre tells the story of her origins, her adventures as a young teenage girl who leaves the “lilac walls” of her childhood bedroom with the support of her close-knit suburban family, her rise to fame with Columbia Records, her travels on the road from coast to coast, alone with her slightly older sister. (“A teenage Thelma and Louise but without the murders,” Terre describes them.) Terre also tells of her early mentoring by Terri Thal and Dave Van Ronk, Paul Simon, and Michael Tannen, of how the towns of Park Ridge, Hammond, Baton Rouge, San Francisco and Greenwich Village shaped her. She tells riveting tales of her early auditions, her first lover, her first male friend, Derek; reveals the sources of her sense of safety – notably her family – and relates violent encounters that she meets in the world as a teenager. Blabbermouth inhabits an uneasy place where injustices are unresolved. Terre is choosing to “see each other in the big picture,” (as she calls it) by telling her story without apology. Her prose’s clear tone is like that from the gold-leaf rim of a glass stroked by a conductive finger. It’s quite an accomplishment.
7 Easy Steps to Memoir Writing: Build a Priceless Legacy One Story at a Time! with author Mary Anne Benedetto
Mary Anne Benedetto's career background and education were in the fields of accounting, commercial property management lease administration, paralegal studies, and employee benefits until a personal experience propelled her in the direction of teaching and speaking on the topic of memoir writing.
She is currently a speaker, blogger, Certified Lifewriting Instructor, ghostwriter and author of Eyelash, Never Say Perfect (Christian fiction), 7 Easy Steps to Memoir Writing: Build a Priceless LegacyOne Story at a Time!, From Italy with Love & Limoncello, and Write Your Pet's Story in 7 Easy Steps. Her passions include helping people capture and preserve their memoors, writing fiction, guiding pet owners in writing their treasured animal stories, world travel, golf and walking the spectacular South Carolina beaches.
Founder of Beach Author Network , a group of Myrtle Beach area writers (of which Robert is one), Mary Anne believes in authors helping authors to spread the word about their books.
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Studies have shown that writing for 15 or 20 minutes a day for four consecutive days can have a healing effect. It can help those dealing with illness or a transition or even help someone get to know themselves a little better. You can leave your mark, reveal your accomplishments or explain the obstacles that led you to where they are today. In Dr. Roberta Temes, “How to Write a Memoir in 30 Days” (Reader’s Digest, 2014), she provides readers with day-by-day instructions for creating and publishing their own personal story. This book can turn anyone into an author of their own life, helping readers learn how to become a memoirist in a short period of time. Whether the memoir is for yourself, family and friends, or the entire world, Temes explains the framework for creating and editing your very own piece of work.
Join me in conversation with Dr. Roberta Temes. Dr. Roberta is an accomplished author, editor and writing instructor, as well as a seasoned psychotherapist and psychology faculty member. She lectures around the country at corporate meetings, medical conferences and health spas. Dr. Temes' newest book is How to Write a Memoir in 30 Days.
John Rixey Moore is the product of two old southern families from Virginia and South Carolina, but he grew up in the bi-lingual environment of the oil fields in Venezuela where his father worked as a petroleum engineer.
He graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in Philosophy at the height of the Vietnam War and chose to enlist in the military rather than risk the consequences of waiting for the draft. He joined the Special Forces and served in Vietnam where he ran deep penetration interdiction and assassination missions for the CIA into Cambodia, Laos, and North Vietnam until he was wounded the third time and sent home.
Soon after leaving the dig, he found shelter in a monastery from a series of winter storms that kept him inside for several weeks, and by the time the weather cleared, he had found a way to help the kitchen staff in the monastery scullery. During this time and in this quiet place, he was able to begin putting the war behind him. Along with his work both within and around the 14th able to spend many hours in the library with its huge collection of old books and coal burning fire places. He has written about some of the unusual personalities he encountered there.
His acting career eventually took him to California, where he lives, writes, studies lines, and practices the fiddle in the mountains north of Los Angeles and drives into the city for business. He runs a writers group that meets each week in Studio City, and he has had two memoirs published. One, called Hostage of Paradox, is an account of the terrible months he served in Special Operations in Southeast Asia, and the second, called Company of Stone, is about his time in the monastery and then the gold mine.
TUNE INTO CIVIL ALERT RISING 360! as Sis. SentAsha KeyAma-Joy EL dialogues with Grand Shiek Bro. Mohammed Ali Moore EL an Elder whose Father came up under the tuteledge of Prophet Noble Drew Ali. This is a historic memoir, so tune in and be sure to download the archive. Covered Points:
The historic backdrop of the 1930s
Prophet Noble Drew Alis Divine and National Plan in Action
Moor's Town / Land, Farming and Commerce
The Moorish Science Temple's previous contract with Campbell Soup.
Political Strategies brought forth via Preachers
A visit to Morocco [Amerruk*]
*Amerruk is the Amazigh word that was used prior to Morocco. It is a geographical term that means land in the direction of the setting sun/westward position. Thus, Amerruk is westward and Amerruka is farthest west]
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Broken Pieces author, Rachel Thompson, chats with Amazon Top 100 author in horror, Kathleen Valentine - who better the day before Valentine's Day?
Kathleen Valentine is the award-winning author of three novels--The Old Mermaid's Tale, Each Angel Burns, and Depraved Heart (which won the 2013 eFestival of Words Award for Best Mystery/Suspense Novel) and numerous short stories and novellas. Her Beacon Hill Chronicles--including The Crazy Old Lady in the Attic, The Crazy Old Lady's Revenge, and The Crazy Old Lady Unleashed--are Amazon Top Sellers. Her blog at KathleenValentineBlog.com has been read by thousands of readers since its beginning in July 2005. Her most recent work includesThe Whiskey Bottle in the Wall: Secrets of Marienstadt, The MondayNight Needlework and Murder Guild, and The Christmas Daughter.
She has been listed as an Amazon Top 100 Author in Horror. Her novellas, The Crazy Old Lady in the Attic and Ghosts of a Beach Town in Winter were Amazon Top Ten Best Sellers in Horror and Ghost Stories for over 20 weeks. Her cookbook/memoir of growing up Pennsylvania Dutch, Fry Bacon. Add Onions, continues to be an Amazon Top Seller. She currently lives in Gloucester, Massachusetts, America's oldest seaport, and is writing every day.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes blogger and writer Jerry Waxler to Conversations LIVE to discuss his love of memoirs and what led him to write MEMOIR REVOLUTION.
Andy Behrman is the author of “Electroboy: A Memoir of Mania,” published by Random House. He is a mental health advocate and speaker who promotes mental health awareness and suicide prevention, speaking to college audiences, mental health care professionals and local and national mental health support groups. Andy's writing has appeared in “The New York Times Magazine,” “New York Magazine” and he is a frequent contributor to online mental health websites. He has appeared on Anderson Cooper 360, NPR Radio and on the cover of Bipolar Magazine. He was interviewed by Stephen Fry for his documentary, “Secret Life of a Manic Depressive” which aired on the BBC. He is a single father living in Los Angeles with his two daughters, six and eight. He never dreamed he would attend a Parent Association Meeting. Find Andy at http://www.electroboy.com or on Twitter @electroboyusa
What are some of the vital differences between memoir and fiction? On Thursday, May 2 at 6 PM EST I’ll be talking with author David G Hallman about “Writing What We Know and/or Writing What We Imagine.”
David is the author of the intensely moving and beautifully-written memoir August Farewell. He’s also the author of a novel, Searching for Gilead.
He grew up in Waterloo, ON, studied community psychology, and was on the national staff of The United Church of Canada, carrying a wide range of social justice responsibilities. Environmental ethics was a major focus of his career and he was the Co-ordinator of the World Council of Churches Climate Change Programme based in Geneva which involved him in UN global negotiations on climate change.
In addition to his books, he’s the author and editor of many articles and books on ecological themes including A Place in Creation — Ecological Models in Science, Religion and Economics, Ecotheology – Voices from South and North, Spiritual Values for Earth Community, and a major study paper on Climate Change and Poverty — Science, Theology, and Ethics for the National Religious Partnership on the Environment.