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Leslie Hedrick is a freelance copywriter and editor with a passion for natural living and empowering women.
She writes for busy women with thriving businesses, aromatherapy and bodywork schools, public figures and a host of companies across the US, Canada, and in the UK.
Her favorite thing about her work is the relationships she has with her clients.
Her first novel will be self-published at the end of August 2013, under the pseudonym L. Marrick.
Join us as we talk about how to work with a professional writer and why that’s an important part of a marketing strategy.
Contact her at
www.lesliehedrick.com or www.LMarrick.com email@example.com Twitter handle: @lesliehedrick
As this Thursday is Thanksgiving Day, we will share a few of our favorite segments from past shows. This show is pre-recorded, so we will not be available to take callers. From Jeff and Howard at The Lone Writer, and everyone at Vigilante Publishing Group LLC, Have a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving Day
We weren't sure what we were going to do for this show, and then I said, "Whatever We Want." That means whatever I want is trumped by whatever you want. If you call in during the show at 646-200-3536, you can talk about whatever popculture item you wish. I mean it. My co-host, Jeff Gafford aka the Lone Writer, and I, Howard Moses aka Chaplain Batman will take a back seat to whatever you would like to discuss. 9pm EDT, 8pm CDT, 7pm MDT, 6pm MST and PDT. It's your show if you want it.
A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Cory attended the Philadelphia HighSchool for the Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA), enrolling in the school’s first year hen it was a fledgling program, where he majored in Creative Writing and minored in Videodrama, becoming an award-winning director of video projects. In addition, he was a founder, writer, and cartoonist for CAPA’s newspaper THE PAINTED WORD, for which he eventually became editor-in-chief. Listed in WHO’S WHO AMONG AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS and commended by the National Honors Society, he graduated with CAPA’s second graduating class in 1981.
Attending STANFORD UNIVERSITY in Stanford, California, where he majored in Drama and minored in Dance, Cory performed in an average of five to six major productions per year. He taught art to autistic, learning-disabled, and educable mentally retarded children at the Peninsula Children’s Center in Menlo Park, California, was active in the Stanford University Rape Awareness Program, occasionally wrote for THE STANFORD DAILY, and toured for two years with the BALLET FOLKLORICO DE STANFORD MEXICAN FOLKDANCE COMPANY.
Cory has performed in dance productions, touring shows, and Off-Broadway productions of ANTIGONE, THE TRIAL OF SUSAN B. ANTHONY, WE HAVE STORIES TO TELL OF AFRICA, FRATERNITY, NOTES ON 6FINITY, THE AMEN CORNER, and A FEW HOURS IN HELL, making his West Coast theatrical debut as the Duke of Cornwall in KING LEAR with the Pasadena Shakespeare Company in Pasadena, California, following that up as a member of the ensemble cast of the Fountain Theatre/BAND critically-acclaimed production of Rita Dove’s THE DARKER FACE OF THE EARTH, then continuing on to the West Coast premiere of the VoxBox Arts Collective original production of JIGSAW.
Learning Forward's Joellen Killion,Senior Advisor at Learning Forward on PROFESSIONAL COACHING IN THE SCHOOL SETTING
This show will not be about just saving America.
U&I Talk about CROWDFUNDING for all kinds of Entrepreneurs out there.
Tune in to hear from our Guest Expert : Greg Writer – Author of “Saving America: One Crowd at a
Time”, Expert on Crowdfunding, Former - Investment Banker
According to Greg Writer : There are literally millions of projects in the entrepreneurial world just
waiting to be invested in, but many potential investors don't know how to
get started. Crowdfunding expert, former investment banker and rich dad poor
dad success story Greg Writer shares his experience, alongside his partner,
world-renown business executive Kevin Harrington (“As Seen on TV”, “Shark
Tune in for another great Conversation. On U&I TALK SHOW with Louise UWACU.
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Brought to U&I by IMANA & UWACU PRODUCTIONS.
Sonia Nadina Haynes welcomes Samantha Chardin writer, screenwriter and professional organizer. Sam will speak on the importance of organization for optimal productivity for the writer.
Sam Chardin has travelled the world and enjoyed the opportunity to meet every sort of person you can imagine along the way.
Sam is a citizen or permanent resident of several nations. She was born in France but has spent most of her life in English-speaking countries. She’s new to Canada and loving the friendly and beautiful people of Vancouver.
Sam recently made the switch from screenwriting to novels and created a website to showcase these works as she releases them. She’s a writing veteran, but she’s new to prose.
Sam supported her freewheeling lifestyle by working as a professional organizer. This particular skill was honed by the many friends and colleagues who saw her ability to write a lot despite a busy schedule and who wanted a piece of that magic. Sam loves to nurture other creatives by bringing peace to their home. She says that the process of organization can provide clarity to creative work in unexpected ways. You have no idea how much that over-stuffed hall closet is weighing you down!
Visit Sam's website: www.samchardin.com
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