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Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes newspaper and Mystery Scene Magazine book reviewer Oline Cogdill. Oline's reveiws appear in over 300 newspapers and she has a regular blog in Mystery Scene Magazine.
From Oline: Reviewing mystery fiction almost is a mission for me – to give readers a guide on what they should be reading. I read about 3 mystery novels a week. And yes, I have a life. In addition to reading and reviewing mysteries and writing author profiles, I also edit two magazines for Nova Southeastern University. Aside from reading, I most enjoy spending time with my husband and going to theater (because my husband is a theater critic). I adore dogs and have two rescues, one a shih tzu, the other a yorkie mix and love to travel.
Oline H. Cogdill reviews mystery fiction for Mystery Scene magazine, the Sun-Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale, Publishers Weekly and McClatchy Features Wire. Her mystery fiction reviews appear in more than 300 newspapers and publication sites worldwide. She blogs twice a week atmysteryscenemag.com. She has received the 2013 Raven Award from the Mystery Writers of America and many other awards.
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Host Mark Norman interviews wine reviewer Martin D. Redmond. Martin is a CPA by day but by night writes a wonderful wine blog entitled "Enofylz" and reviews a terrific cross section of California wines. Mark asks some behind the scene questions of Martin, hear how he goes about his craft and his analysis!
Join us as we speak with prolific author Christiana Harrell about writing, her nomination and being her authentic self. Her first release, “GIRL: A Story for Every Les Being” became a #1 best seller in the Amazon Gay and Lesbian category on April 22, 2013. Girl Her latest accomplishment in literature came with her most recent release “Cream”, putting her up for her very first nomination—Lambda Literary Award in General Lesbian Fiction. Christiana is currently working on building her review company Sapphic Pages, which focuses on LBGTQIA Literature. Her next book is set to release this fall.
Today Jean Maurie and Maggie Lukowski are excited to have Beth Henry as our guest.
Beth Henry is the woman behind the YouTube channel Divinationery (The Art of Divination). Her personal study of divination began long before starting Divinationery. By completing coursework and study in herbology, spell crafting, Reiki, and Tarot, she built a strong foundation of knowledge while attuning herself to the world. Thus equipped, she started on the path which led her to where she is today: a contributing author for Attune Magazine, a Tarot deck reviewer for several major publishing companies (in fact, some of her most popular videos are of the “dress up” Tarot deck reviews), and, of course, a dedicated teacher.
Through her videos, she hopes to offer a place to enjoy and learn about the many sides of divination, with a bit of Magick thrown in for good measure. Whether it’s using herbs, gemstones, or Tarot, she is passionate about sharing her knowledge and experience with all forms of divination to help others open up and discover all the wonderful things life has to offer.
Allow her to assist you on the quest of a lifetime. Join her and other Divinationery fans on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/user/divinationery, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/divinationery/ and on http://divinationery.blogspot.com/ .
I met the lovely Christine Bode on Twitter (@ScullyLovePromo) on Twitter, and just fell in love with her kindness, social media prowess, writing ability and so much more. Find out more about her truly amazing accomplishments below!
Following two college diplomas and a 25 year career in Administration (at the peak of which she worked for Canada’s leading entertainment lawyer, Michael A. Levine, at Goodmans LLP in Toronto) Christine Bode – a lifelong music super fan – turned her passion for music into her dream job.
In March 2008, Christine founded Scully Love Promo, offering social media marketing and management, virtual assistance, proofreading, editing & copywriting services. She works primarily with touring musicians and singer-songwriters and is proud to count Grammy winners, Juno winners and Canadian Folk Music Award winners among her clientele. She has also worked with bestselling authors.
Christine utilizes Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, WordPress and LinkedIn to increase her clients’ publicity and expand their audience. She also uses CD Baby, Sonicbids, ReverbNation, CBC Music, SOCAN and Radio Airplay among other music oriented sites. You’ll be hard pressed to find someone more efficient or passionate about helping your music get noticed!
Christine has also spent many years promoting actors, authors & musicians through her review writing and she currently writes book reviews for HarperCollins Canada and Simon & Schuster and contributes book, CD, DVD and live performance reviews to her blog.
Hosts Linda Reznicek and William Pollard, wine writer and reviewer at Wild 4 Washington Wine, explore the up and down trajectory of the world's favorite varietal, Chardonnay, through the words of great Chardonnay winemakers.
Why did Chardonnay go out of favor, or did it? What makes a GREAT Chardonnay?
Chateau Montelena: They won the the white wine competition at the famous "Judgement of Paris;" their winemaker Matt Crafton will share the philosophy behind their great Chardonnay.
Bouchaine Vineyards: A 40 year pioneer in the California wine industry, Michael Richmond founded Acacia Wines in the Carneros district of Napa Valley and now makes wine for Bouchaine. He brings the history and his love of wine education, experience, and adventure.
Forgeron Cellars: Winemaker and managing partner Marie-Eve Gilla was trained in the Burgundy region of France and understands the long tradition of great Chardonnay craftsmanship.
Cote Bonneville: Kerry Shiels' Chardonnays are hailed as some of the best, regularly garnering 94's by the major wine magazines. She brings her lifelong experience and intimacy with the fruit to winemaking.
Join us for an evening of Chardonnay and Chardonnay artistry and genius.
Every author has been told, again and again, don't respond to negative reviews, don't attack another author, don't badmouth readers for not liking your book. Don't... just don't. Yet, authors, bloggers, and reviewers still get into tiffs that can turn into major ordeals. Maybe it's fun to watch for the bystanders, but what effect is this having on the writing, and especially the indie community? We'll be breaking it down this week on A Special Kind of Crazy, and laying out why antagonistic behavior hurts more than just the jilted author of reviewer.
This show is sure to delight romance lovers Deborah Mello and Gwyneth Bolton, are two authors who know how to pleasure their readers
For Deborah Fletcher Mello, writing is as necessary as breathing and she firmly believes that if she could not write she would cease to exist.Her first novel, TAKE ME TO HEART, earned her a 2004 Romance Slam Jam nomination for Best New Author. In 2005 she received Book of the Year and Favorite Heroine nominations for her novel THE RIGHT SIDE OF LOVE. In 2008, Deborah won the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice award for Best Series Romance for her ninth novel, TAME A WILD STALLION. Her current book, CRAVING TEMPTATION, is heating up bookshelves.
While she had always been a reader of romance, she didn't feel inspired to write them until the genre opened up to include other voices. And even then, it took finishing graduate school, several non-fiction publications, and a six-week course at the Loft Literary Center titled Writing the Romance Novel; before she gathered the courage to start writing her first romance novel.
Gwyneth has a BA and an MA in English/Creative Writing and a Ph.D. in English/Composition and Rhetoric. She teaches classes in writing and women's studies at the college level. She has won several awards for her romance novels, including ten Emma Awards and the Romance In Color Reviewer's Choice award for new author of the year.
Kristian Hanson is the writer, director and star of Sledge, a new independent horror movie hitting shelves in September. A mix of the funny and frightening, the film features Hanson as a maniac who gets about killing people with a sledgehammer. We were brave enough to sit down with Hanson for a few minutes to learn more about the movie. Kristian Hanson is a well-known film reviewer and writer for such horror film websites as The Daily Dead. When he’s not making movies, or writing for movie websites, Kristian is serving in the Air Force.
We are talking about high-risk multiple myeloma and its prognosis with Dr. Sagar Lonial this August. Make sure REGISTER in advance to ask Dr. Lonial your myeloma question.
Dr. Lonial is Professor at the Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, Director of Translational Research, B-cell malignancy program as well as Associate Director of Hematology Oncology Fellowship Program. He staffs and works both on the transplant service as well as in the B-cell malignancy clinic. Dr. Lonial completed his Hematology-Oncology training at Emory University, and prior to that received his internal medicine residency at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston Texas. There he spent an additional year as a Chief Medical Resident at the Ben Taub General Hospital as well as the Texas Heart Institute and St Lukes Hospital. Dr. Lonial is on the editorial board for Clinical Lymphoma and Myeloma and The American Journal of Clinical Oncology, as well as an ad hoc reviewer for Blood, Cancer Research, Clinical Cancer Research, Haematologica, and other journals. He has authored or co-authored over 40 papers and abstracts, and was recently appointed to Vice-chair for the ECOG myeloma committee.
Hosted by horror & exploitation filmmaker, Sean Weathers: this week's guest is Brad Jones. http://fullcirclefilmworks.com/fullcirclemovietalk.html
SEASON 3 - Episode 16 (8/16/14): Filmmaker & popular internet reviewer Brad stars as “The Cinema Snob” a pretentious film critic who watches & comments on obscure horror, exploitation & films. The Snob is the most popular of several online shows he produces including his latest effort, "The Reviewers." Music by Judas Booth - Chopped & Screwed.
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