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How to Write an Urban Fiction Novel is one of my most read articles on Urban Fiction News Magazine. People are curious as to what makes this genre so much different from other genres. They are interested in learning how to write a compelling story in the urban fiction genre
Join K.C Baylor as she takes us a quick guide to writing and creating the best urban fiction novel you can. Things like character development, storyline, plot and drama sequences that makes you a better writer but more importantly to make you a better overall storyteller.
An interview with Sande Boritz Berger about her forthcoming novel, The Sweetness (She Writes Press, September 2014)
New York, NY, September 2014 -- The Sweetness: A Novel by Sande Boritz Berger (She Writes Press, September 2014), is a stunning tour de force of a debut novel, inspired by true events, set during WWII, in both Vilna and Brooklyn.
"Sande Boritz Berger's impressive debut novel examines the lives of two Jewish girls, cousins, separated by an ocean and connected by brutal world events. Ms. Berger doesn't shrink from the rough history that informs her heroines' lives, but she mitigates its harshness with a deep measure of sympathy and hope." - Hilma Wolitzer, author of An Available Man
"Sande Boritz Berger has created a rich novel about survivor guilt and innocence. The guilt is readily understood. How are people who survived the Nazis supposed to know how to behave in the face of unique evil? The Kanes (Kaninskys) endured the general experience of Jews who got out. But within that experience, they are also a family of complicated individuals, who pursue differentiated goals. It is this - their individuality, not unlike that of the Anne Frank family, that gives Ms. Berger's novel its power as a work of art." - Roger Rosenblatt, author of The Boy Detective
On this Episode we will interview Author Willie L. Stewart, we will discuss his book and other Projects as well. You do not want to miss this show
Highly acclaimed new author and critical care Registered Nurse Willie L. Stewart and his debut novel "taRNished" have captured healthcare's newest diabolical mind and his name is Dale, a Registered Nurse serial killer.Based on an expanded reality resulting from new healthcare laws, "taRNished" explores the myriad levels of underlying issues which allow for pathological individuals to thrive and hide in the environment created by the soon to be even further overburdened healthcare system which our country so depends on.
In 2010 I wrote a novel titled, "The Leading Lady of Rap," and it was an Amazon Kindle #1 best-seller, TWICE. I mailed rapper T.I. a copy of the novel when he was in prison, in 2011. His wife, Tiny, confirmed that he received the novel via Twitter. Ironically, T.I. has a new reality show titled "Sisterhood of Hip Hop" scheduled to debut on the Oxygen channel, August 12, 2014. Doesn't it seem odd that the name "The Leading Lady of Rap," and "Sisterhood of Hip Hop" are just about identical? I'm the new owner of the website, www.sisterhoodofhiphop.com. I'm discussing my experience in the entertainment industry since the release of the original version of "The Leading Lady of Rap." I re-released the novel in 2013, and changed the novel's cover and some of the contents inside the novel. I'M GOING IN on various celebrities. Nothing off-limits. You don't want to miss this! Twitter: @voicesoaps67
in Self Help
Many of us have had the secret desire to someday write a book. And for some people the desire is so extreme that it actually keeps them from focusing on other things that have to get done in their lives. But how do you actually get started on something like this? Will it take years to accomplish? Will it come out alright, or will it be stupid? Will I get bored?
These questions and many more will be discussed in this weeks fun and uplifting show. My guest is Denise Jaden and she is author of the book "Fast Fiction". For more information about this fascinating lady please visit www.DeniseJaden.com
A Novel, Intuition is a timeless novel wrapped in a romantic psychological thriller, inspired by true events. It will captivate you all the way to its spellbinding conclusion. Marala Scott, Author and Motivational Speaker, is sharing her most powerful message at a major speaking event when she is kidnapped. Her daughter, Alyssa must now follow her intuition to save her mother’s life, while placing her own life in jeopardy. Marala is faced with an incredible test of faith to see if she will follow her intuition or do what she believes will protect her daughter and survive an unknown killer. Filled with many twists and clues, the reader is challenged to trust their own intuition to solve the mystery. More importantly, there’s a profound meaning and life lesson in Intuition that will encourage you to change your life!
Marala Scott is known for her best selling book, "In Our House" and is both an author and publisher, Seraph Books. www.seraphbooks.com
Evangeline Emanuel interviews Adriana Sifakis about the release of her new book, S.W.A.K., a novel of ultimate betryal. Adriana will share her experiences about the process, and answer the many questions her fans are excited to learn about!
Born in Alexandria, VA and currently residing in McLean, VA, Evangeline is a proud younger sister to a brother and a sister, and, daughter of two loving parents.
As a child Evangeline played the violin and the piano in addition to soccer, swim, basketball and softball. She was also a camp counselor and a babysitter.
Evangeline was proudly raised as a member of the Greek Orthodox Church in Bethesda where she volunteers her time as a sunday school teacher. Evangeline holds a BS in Business and a Minor in Management from Elon College.
Evangeline spent most of her career at Chevy Chase Bank as a Marketing associate and went on to earn her MBA from Johns Hopkins University.
Evangeline practices Shotokan Karate and is currently a third degree black belt. She competed in National, Pan American and International tournaments, taking the Gold in Women's Fighting in Brazil. Evangeline currently operates her own Shotokan Karate club in Washington, DC and continues to teach in McLean.
Evangeline is happily married to Michael Emanuel, currently the Capital Hill Correspondent for Fox News. Evangline and Michael are proud parents of two wonderful children, Savas and Tess, in addition to loving nieces, nephews, seven god-children and a friendly dog, Chester!
Evangeline has a passion for cooking and baking and cherishes her family, friends, and her faith.
Guest: Anne Precideo Rich, author and internet radio host/Blog Talk Radio.
Join David and Anne as the talk about her journety as author, her new book "Cosmic Head Phone" and upcoming Internet Radio Show.
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"What if a host of kind and playful spirits accompanied you on your journey through this life? What if they revealed to you the deeper truths of why we humans behave in the many silly, painful ways that we do—especially when it comes to our sexuality? Such is Zoie Lynn's fate as she embarks upon an intimate, sometimes difficult—sometimes magical soul-journey, in search of wild times, forgiveness, and The Great Awakening."
in Weight Loss
Find out how to include a few easy-to-implement principles into your life for life-changing rewards. Many of these principles will answer your most important weight loss questions! Join me this week as I discuss with Dr. Nikki Lang smart strategies for permanent weight loss. You’ll find out: •Why having breakfast is so vital for losing weight •Why consuming more meals can actually speed up weight loss •Why some people who weigh more cook less• What intelligent cheating is• Why managing time is critical for weight loss• Which certain types of exercise are crucial for weight loss• And so much more…
Dr. Nikki Lang was born into this world destined to be a maverick. Although her parents couldn't afford to send her to college, she went anyway, paying her own way through Temple University. She married in her last year of college and gave birth to her first child, followed two years later by her second. Three years later when her marriage failed, she retained custody of her children and entered medical school as a single mother. When she finished her training, she started her own family practice in Center City Philadelphia in 1981. She was named one of the best physicians in the United States by Ladies Home Journal, Town and Country, and Top Doctors. Dr. Lang wrote her first book, A Novel Diet, as an extension of her desire to teach, and like the rest of her life, it was unconventional. Publishers told her, "We only publish fiction!" or "We only publish nonfiction!" "I wouldn't know how to market it!" said another publisher. Of course, that didn't stop her. View Guest page