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  • 00:23

    May 4: Recruiting evaluation

    in Sports

    On Gold and Black Radio, we'll talk the latest in Purdue basketball recruiting, after a big evaluation weekend, plus football too, which saw the Boilermakers get their first commitment of the 2016 class. 

  • 00:30

    Sofa Time with Kathy Eberly, Romance Writer

    in Writing

    Today, we get to spend some sofa time with Author, Kathy Eberly. We will discuss love and disabilities and romance from a writer's perspective, as well as juggling real life with writing duties. She's going to give us a great deal of insight into her recently released book, KARISSA'S HOPE, a book garnering great reviews and quickly becoming a crowd favorite.


    If you would like to ask questions or speak with the author, please dial in (347) 855-8670 and press 1 to be live on air with us.

  • 00:58

    IndieReview Behind The Scenes's Darker Side of Romance!

    in Entertainment

    Welcome Everyone!  IndieReview Behind The Scenes's segment The Darker Side Of Romance all new episode! Tonight join host Author Ronda Caudill  as she chats with Author Destiny Blaine!


    Destiny Blaine is an award-winning, international bestselling author. She writes under several pseudonyms and in most genres. Her current books are published by Siren Publishing, Dark Hollows Press, and Kindle Worlds.


    Writing as Natalie Acres, the author is published exclusively by Siren Publishing. Destiny currently carries seven active pen names. The first author to be 'dubbed' as a "sprint" writer, Destiny has over 300 titles on the market today with at least twenty-two novellas and novels coming in 2015.


    A career author for more than a decade, Destiny's pseudonyms have earned the coveted #1 spot in over half of Amazon's sub-categories. Her books have landed in the top 20 in many sub-categories at Amazon, Amazon UK, Amazon CA and Amazon Australia.


    Destiny Blaine is represented by Dawn Dowdle at Blue Ridge Literary Agency. Contact Dawn at query@blueridgeagency.com if you need to book Destiny for a ghostwriting job or would like to have her work sent to you for future consideration.


    Purchase link to The Vampire Diaries by Destiny Blaine  http://www.amazon.com/Vampire-Diaries-UNQUENCHABLE-Novella-Trilogy-ebook/dp/B00TIX3SRC


     

  • 00:16

    The Romance Bookmark with Renee Bernard presents: Madeline Martin

    in Books

    Love, Laughter and a Life filled with Books!  The Romance Bookmark is about making sure that a life dominated by a love of books is never anything to be embarrassed about...and the ultimate quest for more room on our TBR shelves! Tonight we welcome Scottish  Historical Romance author, Madeline Martin, into our giddy corner to to take a peek at DECEPTION OF A HIGHLANDER and see if she can tell me why wool in my closet is an itchy, unattractive thing but the minute it's in a novel where someone is wearing a kilt--I can't see a thing wrong with that fabric! www.madelinemartin.com

  • 00:01

    Sunday Night Love with Romance

    in Entertainment

    Sunday Night Love with Romance

  • 03:04

    Bringing The Romance Back Into Your Marriage, Part 2

    in Religion

    Relationship counselor Bilal Stroud, of the website www.romanticmuslim.com is back with Part 2 of the discussion on bringing romance back into the marriage. Lovemaking is an art that begins long before the intimacy of the bedroom. It starts with the sound of your voice when you greet each other in the morning all the way to the embrace when you come home after a hard days work.  How does a woman create a romantic mood in her home? It's the melodious music in the background as you walk in the door. It's the scent of your perfume, the creative design of your hair, brightness of your smile. It's the soft lights in the livingroom, the smell of delicious food in the kitchen, the warm bathwater waiting to soak cramped muscles after a day of perspiration in the hot sun or cramped office. How do children respond when they see signs of romance between their parents? Does it give them more anticipation for marriage? Does it give them a greater sense of security, as opposed to the tention created by constant arguments between parents? Does it create a more peaceful household? Many adults never express affection or desire for each other in the presence of children, therefore, children grow up not knowing how to be romantic wtih their own spouses.   Can we prepare our children for happier marriages by exhibiting a little more excitement in our own?

  • 01:01

    THE NAKED TRUTH ABOUT MEN (AND ROMANCE) AND WHAT WOMEN WANT... REALLY!

    in Relationships

    Dr. Kathryn Foster will be joining your Boy Kdiddy the elixor of Love to discuss her Book and this emotional filled topic, She's the author of The Naked Truth About Men (And Romance) and What Women Want…Really!


    Two-thirds of divorces are initiated by women because women expect something different than men deliver.  Cutting edge neuroscience now gives us the reasons.  For one thing, a profound brain change in females causes her to “feel her thinking” in ways that men don’t do and must learn about to be successful in romance. Please call with you questions to 646-929-2870. Let here's your comments and thoughts.


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    Office # 323-957-7322

  • 00:30

    Lime is Back!

    in Books

    The romance gals are back and looking forward to liming with you on Saturday! 

  • 00:01

    The Romance Bookmark with Renee Bernard presents: Suzan Tisdale

    in Books

    Love, laughter and books always have a place at The Romance Bookmark and this week, I'm happy to say, I have a comfy chair ready for none other than Suzan Tisdale, self-proclaimed Storyteller, Author and Cheeky Wench.  www.suzantisdale.com  And I'm not too humble to admit that she had me at Cheeky...but the Wench thing pretty much sealed her fate as my new favorite and top of the TBR pile!  I'm not sure why Scottish romances are just curling my happy toes these days... (It could be the kilts but I keep telling myself that it has to to do with the lovely scenery and my admiration for cultural frugality and self-reliance.  I'm a terrible liar.)  Come pull up a chair of your own and meet Suzan Tisdale! And then get ready to hit that "Buy" button, dear friends, because you'll want to load up on her wonderful series...

  • 01:59

    THE DEATH OF ROMANCE

    in Entertainment

     


    "THE INNERMIX SHOW"
    #Life #Love & #Relationships
    Monday 9 p.m pst
    Hosts: Simply D & Jules
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    tonight on our show we are talking about a very serious matter... the death of romance. in today's turn up society more and more we are hearing that romance does not exist or at least is not as necessary anymore. our youth today believe that the end goal is always the same "to get lucky" so why invest so much emotionally into obtaining that goal. so we ask you in your opinion does romance still have a place in Young America? Or should we just change the definition of romance?


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  • 02:04

    Bringing The Romance Back To Your Marriage: Can It Help Children Behave Better?

    in Women

    Relationship counselor Bilal Stroud, of the website www.romanticmuslim.com is back with Part 2 of the discussion on bringing romance back into the marriage. Lovemaking is an art that begins long before the intimacy of the bedroom. It starts with the sound of your voice when you greet each other in the morning all the way to the embrace when you come home after a hard days work.  How does a woman create a romantic mood in her home? It's the melodious music in the background as you walk in the door. It's the scent of your perfume, the creative design of your hair, brightness of your smile. It's the soft lights in the livingroom, the smell of delicious food in the kitchen, the warm bathwater waiting to soak cramped muscles after a day of perspiration in the hot sun or cramped office. How do children respond when they see signs of romance between their parents? Does it give them more anticipation for marriage? Does it give them a greater sense of security, as opposed to the tention created by constant arguments between parents? Does it create a more peaceful household? Many adults never express affection or desire for each other in the presence of children, therefore, children grow up not knowing how to be romantic wtih their own spouses.   Can we prepare our children for happier marriages by exhibiting a little more excitement in our own?