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Join the Literary Ladies of the ATL as we introduce you to some dynamic male authors during our summer series: It's Raining Men. Listen in to find out what J.M Benjamin and Novelist Blacc Topp feel about the industry and the legacies they're leaving behind. Get to know the men behind the pen as we go deep to discover WHO these men really are. Tune in to find out what your favorite male authors have to say. You never what surprise will jump off during this HOT series full of HOT male authors.
Born August 5th, 1982 in Brooklyn, NY. My music is based on things happening in my life right now I prefer to keep my focus. Away from the past, that's what differs me from other artist. I talk about how I'm going to make it regardless of the obstacles that stands in front of me.
Mary Caelsto, CEO/Founder of Jupiter Gardens Press, will be interviewing Novelist Victoria Pinder!
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Lynea interviews romance novelist Elisabeth Barrett, author of Christmas in Tahoe and the Star Harbor Series. In this interview, Elisabeth tells us how she made the leap from patent lawyer to romance novelist and provides useful tips on how to nurture one’s creativity while meeting the demands of a hectic life. Learn more about Elisabeth Barrett’s writing here: www.elisabethbarrett.com
On my first episode in nearly a year, I'm speaking Steven Jay Griffel, the author of "Grand View," the latest in the "David Grossman" series of ebooks published by Stay Thirsty Media. We'll be talking about Steven's books, career, and his path to writing ebook novels, and what this might mean for the future of publishing and reading.
To purchase one of Steven's novels, visit http://www.amazon.com/Steven-Jay-Griffel/e/B001KE5
Sabra Waldfogel grew up far from the South in Minneapolis. She studied history at Harvard University and received her Ph.D. in American History from the University of Minnesota. She has worked as a technical writer and has written about historic architecture for Old House Journal and Arts and Crafts Homes. Her short story "Yemaya” was recently published in Sixfold's January 2014 issue. Slave and Sister is her first novel.
Will they be rivals or allies? The age-old struggle between sisters is skillfully brought to life in Slave and Sister, by Sabra Waldfogel. In the antebellum South, relations between slaves and their owners are conflicted enough; if there are blood ties, the tension can become a lethal storm.
It was common in the antebellum South to raise a slave alongside the heir. But it was a surprise to both Adelaide and Rachel to discover they shared the same father. In a mesmerizing tale marked by impeccable historical accuracy, we begin by learning that scouts for General Sherman stumble upon a plantation that's anything but ordinary: it flies the Union flag and the freed slaves can read and write, and work the former plantation themselves.
Caroline Allen left a life of global journalism in Tokyo and London after a sudden spiritual opening. She spent the next 10 years as a spiritual channeler for people all over the world. Then her spiritual journey led her to a life as visual artist and novelist. Today she is writing a series of four novels Earth. Air, Fire, and Water, and shows her art on both coasts. She runs Art of Storytelling, a coaching service for writers of novels, memoir, screenplays and business books. Personal art and writing site: www.carolineallen.com. Coaching site: www.artofstorytellingonline.com.
This week on The Shift we're talking with teen novelist Nancy Rue. The issue she addresses in her latest novel, So Not Okay, is bullying in schools. Her novel is written for teenagers to see through the viewpoint of a child being bullied. We have all been there when we were growing up, but what we assumed at one point in our lives to be harmless actually torments young kids so much that they end their lives. Many people don't realize the severity of the situation and should become more aware of how their children behave towards others.
We'll discuss the issue of human kindness, how we can stop bullying and how to deal with bullying. Help us push this movement forward and stop this once and for all. Call in and ask your questions. We're also giving away a couple copies of the book to share with your teen. Follow us on Twitter @ShiftWithSkip or on Facebook here. #bullying #sonotokay
Johnny Ray, the Master of the Romantic Thriller will discuss his novels and answer questions about them including how they were created and give various insights to writing a romantic thriller. Feel free to ask any question except about the ending, since most readers hate spoilers
Woodrow Landfair entertains, hosts and speaks at over 300 events a year. Landfair began his career traveling America by motorcycle, working odd jobs while befriending and entertaining strangers. As a host and speaker, Landfair's clients include Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and non-profits. As an entertainer, Landfair has performed in 72 cities, 48 states. He's been in show business since 2006.
The Novel: a story the size of America… A legend as complex and as daring as its people… The redemptive tale of a traveling con-man, Land of the Free is a modern American odyssey and the roadside confession of an affable hustler. On the cusp of wealth and fame, he falls victim to his own con, becoming the target of a nationwide manhunt. In a race for his life, he attempts to discern facts from years of fabrication - at first recalling, then re-embarking on, a forty-eight state search for the elusive truth that may set him free.
Beyond Words Live! is a radio show in its 5th year running designed to allow survivors to tell their story in their own words. Woodrow Packfair is coming to share with us his story on his journey during the past few years. Please come and hear what he has to tell and share with us. Bring your friends!! You won't want to miss this!
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Playwright | Novelist T.T. Harris as a small child, Ms. Harris had a love for writing short stories and excelled in creative writing in school. In 2004, Ms. Harris began working on her first novel entitled, “Legal Problems,” which she released in May 2012.
After receiving great reviews and success from her first released novel, Ms. Harris immediately began to write a story that will bring the awareness to people in religion everywhere. Ms. Harris felt that the church is suffering with a bad reputation and has been plagued with stereotypes in the community and society. Ms. Harris hopes the novel, The Things Church People Won’t Say and Secrets In The Sanctuary will help her readers be inspired and share their testimonies of hope and deliverance.
T.T. latest Christian Fiction Novel release is “Secrets In The Sanctuary.”
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