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Join us for an all new season of Military Life Radio | Navy Wife Radio. On this episode we welcome special guest Anna Post, great-great-granddaughter of Emily Post, who shares her tips for avoiding flu faux pas and more! Anna is the co-author of Emily Post's Etiquette, 18th edition, Great Get-Togethers and the author of Do I Have To Wear White?. Segments: New blogger Jennifer introduction 2013 recap of our top shows and posts What's Hot Now The Military Spouse Show
Military Author Radio is proud to feature the author of the acclaimed history The Nisei Soldier, Edwin “Bud” Nakasone who brings special credentials to his task of writing this book.
Born in Hawaii, Nakasone witnessed the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. After graduating high school he served in the United States Army as an interpreter during the Occupation of Japan in 1947-48. Now a retired colonel, US Army, Nakasone taught aboard US Navy vessels at sea as an adjunct professor for NCPACE—the Navy’s college afloat.
He has travelled widely, authored many papers, several books and produced videos on WWII. He is the recipient of two Fulbright Grants, one to Japan in 1965, the second to India in 1981.
His popular dramatization, Pearl Harbor Remembered, is widely acclaimed and has been presented to hundreds of schools, colleges, clubs and military and veterans’ groups.
In his acclaimed book, The Nisei Soldier, Professor Nakasone brings to life a part of history that has been neglected—the account of Japanese-American soldiers, the Nisei, as they fought bravely for their country despite the discrimination accorded them by the people and government of the U.S.A. Nakasone’s narrative is rich in descriptive detail, based not only upon his own experiences but extensive interviews he had with the soldiers of whom he writes as well.
Historian Edwin M. Nakasone is a University of Minnesota graduate and a professor emeritus of Century College, White Bear Lake, MN, teaching World War II history, Asian history and Asian Pacific American History.
Peter & Pattimari Cacciolfi are a husband and wife writing team. Their first book, Dancing with our Love, was published in 2011. Since - they have published 14 books and are still writing together. Dancing with our Love was a book that was written about them and how they met online and begin writing together a fantasy, later publishing it and a year later married. They have written different genres but the ones they are most proud of are their children's books; The Wizard's Wizardary and his Travels, and Children's Rhyming Stories. They have written The Man in Black which is a story about a couple who goes to different planets in a borrowed time-machine. Stolen Idenity is about a man who lost his identity and fights to get it back. The Mysterious Mystery is about two sisters whoes mother was murdered. One of the sister's became the suspect and later in the story the father, but through twist and turns we finally discover who the murder really is. Peter and Pattimari are presently writing a book called Frozen Time, and although it won't be published for another month, they believe it will be a best seller. It is about a 17 year old boy who discovers an orb while out digging with his father in Africa, but he hids it from his father and everybody else because he discovers it has powers to freeze time when a white button is pressed. At first he uses it to help people but as he grows older and moves to New York he uses it to benefit his own life and to become rich. This story has twist and turns right until the end. It has a lot of action in it so the reader will feel a rush as he reads about the Orb and how Timmy uses it to make his way in the world. The ending is amazing, leaving the door open for book 2. Peter and Pattimari opened PnPAuthors Book Club in 2013 and since have helped other authors to promote their own published books.
MILITARY AUTHOR RADIO
With Cohosts Dr. Tom Gauthier and Dari Bradley
TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 2014 - 7:00 PM CST
MILITARY ORDER OF THE PURPLE HEART
BILL EVERETT, REGION IV COMMANDER
Have you ever driven down a Purple Heart Highway or Purple Heart Trail and wondered how it came to be designated?
Welcome Military Order of the Purple Heart, Bill Everett, Region IV Commander, representing the states of Tennessee, North & South Carolina, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Puerto Rico. Bill Everett has held the position of Region IV Commander for four years. CDR Everett was kind enough to join us as our guest on Military Author Radio, and discuss the history, mission and widespread accomplishments of the organization.
This broadcast was prerecorded.
If you have ever wondered what it would be like to start your own home based business or if you are budding entrepreneur, then be sure to catch this interview and new segment connecting military entrepreneurs worldwide. Our goal is to provide motivation and communication strategies to build your ideal business. You can look forward to us featuring military entrepreneur success stories along the way!
In this episode the founder and CEO of MilitaryOneClick, Jennifer Pilcher, joins us to talk about her story of success. We get a behind the scenes look at what it takes to run a successful online business and she offers a key piece of advice for freshman entrepreneurs!
Enjoy our interview with Bill Rancic, the winner of the first season of "The Apprentice". He shares his advice for new entrepreneurs and his tips on protecting your business from cyber threats and attacks. We also talk steaks and his new restaurant RPM Italian in Chicago!
Station note: The Bill Rancic interview is being provided courtesy of AT&T
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MILITARY AUTHOR RADIO
With Dr. Tom Gauthier and Dari Bradley
LIVE PROGRAM: TUESDAY, April 1, 2014 7:00 PM CST
GUEST AUTHOR: PAUL STULIGROSS
Paul Stuligross, a former detective, currently a High School Teacher at an all-girls Catholic High School in Michigan, is a downright interesting person! It’s always a treat to have a conversation with Paul. The Donkey, is an uplifting, faith-based family novel by author Paul Stuligross about a 48-year-old newspaper reporter, Dan Mertze, who vainly tries to overcome a despairing world view that has gradually permeated his writing. He reluctantly accepts an assignment to interview 99-year-old Claire Henning, relating her childhood religious experiences involving a donkey. After several interviews with Claire, subtle changes occur in Dan’s life as he learns not all troubles are bad and some are blessings. John Sloan, Claire’s father in the story, was inspired by the author’s grandfather, John Stuligross, who served in the United States Army’s 85th Division, 339th Infantry Regiment, an expeditionary force officially known as Polar Bears. In 1918 he was sent to Russia during World War I to fight the Bolsheviks.
This week on the show we have a Marine joining us. Well at least we will if he can figure out how to work the phone. So call in and tell us your funny stories. Or just pick on the Marine. We will also talk about the mysterious PT belt, and dependas. What is the worst experience you have ever had?
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes author Jeff Crawford, a native of North Carolina. Jeff had this to say about himself: . I am fond of Tawni O'Dell, April M Reign, Kim Harrison, Timothy Zahn, Dean Koontz, Doug Adams, And Terry Brooks. But my go to's would have to include Dickens, Thoreau, Baxter Black, and Mario Puzo. Topping my list or on one of their own would be Stephen King and Shelby Foote. So there you have it, i work, I read, I write, I like to play almost any instrument with strings. And to listeners: A note to the listeners: Nothing justifies the hours of pacing worrying and working that an author goes through before a book is finished more than knowing that someone out there get's it and digs what he or she has accomplished. Drop the author a line, listen to interviews, write reviews and push their work to others. Find Jeff Crawford at https://www.facebook.com/jeff.crawford.
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With Cohosts Dr. Tom Gauthier and Dari Bradley
LIVE PROGRAM: TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 2014 7:00 PM CST
GUEST: Roger Chaney USN, Ret. Author of: Carquinez Straits
Roger L. Chaney, LT, USN (Ret.), enlisted in the United States Navy in Indianapolis, Indiana on Halloween Day 1979. He reported to Recruit Training Command, Orlando, Florida for what would be a three-year enlistment, but twenty-three years and ten pay grades later, he retired as a Limited Duty Officer Lieutenant in San Diego, California.
Ships he served on include U.S.S Farragut (DDG-37) Norfolk, VA:, U.S.S. W.S. Sims (FF-1059) Mayport, FL; U.S.S. Vreeland (FF-1068) Mayport FL; U.S.S. El Paso (LKA 117) Norfolk, VA; U.S.S. Pyro (AE-24) homeport Concord, CA; U.S.S Constellation (CV-64) San Diego CA; While stationed at Naval Station Mayport, FL, he was selected as a Finalist for the 1988 Commander in Chief Atlantic Fleet Shore Sailor of the Year. Roger retired from active duty November 2002, Point Loma, CA.
The Chaneys reside in the Midwestern United States where they enjoy restoring vintage Jeeps and traveling to antique car shows and cruise-ins.
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Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcome author Jerry Hatchett for a discussion about his interesting life and his books. His stories often draw from his eclectic background, providing a foundation for intriguing tales populated with everyday people who often find themselves in extraordinary circumstances. His business experience runs the gamut from pawnbroker to inventor to technologist to specialized expert in digital forensics. Hatchett lists John Grisham, James Rollins, Nelson DeMille, and Ken Follett as major influences on his writing. “I want to entertain people by creating new worlds and people for them to love and hate, and I always try to write a story that you just can't put down, ” he says. Giveaway: I’d be delighted to give away three copies of each of my books, in the recipient’s choice of format. Both books are available in Kindle format, paperback, and audiobook. Call in to win at 347-633-9609.
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