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We return on Monday, October 21st with guest Sascha Illyvich, the "Bad Boy of Erotic Romance." Join us from 3:30 to 4:00 pm on Blogtalk Radio! We'll be discussing his latest book, HIs Reign - The Opeth Pack Saga, Book One
You can check out Sascha's Amazon page at:
I had such a wild and wicked time with Sascha Illyvich when he was on the show that I had to have him back. Witty, perversely funny, and wildly erotic, Sascha's stories evoke those warm and lovely feelings between the sheets...of paper.
Join us as we journey deeper into the sexy parts of Sascha's mind and writing. You might need that cold shower afterwards.
in Self Help
Free Live Coaching Hour! Sascha struggles with charging what she's worth in her health coaching business, and Linda seeks to not be stopped by her fear of failure in starting her coaching business. Listen to both discover how to get out of their own way so they can truly begin serving the clients they were meant to serve.
Mark My Words! airs the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month at 9PM ET. Find out more about “Mark My Words!” at www.markmywordsradio.com.
Mark Schall is a Certified Life and Business Coach and the host of Mark My Words! You can find out more about Mark at www.markschall.com
Dominic Oliver is a character actor with an extensive resume in TV and film and Kaenan Oliver is a screenwriter and author of a novel and many prize winning short stories.
Together they've written several prize-winning screenplays with their partner, Jay Flynn. The trio published their first novel, JITTERBUG LIFT, with plans to publish their second this year.
CONEY ISLAND is their latest feature screenplay, about bullies and empowerment, based on a summer in Dom's childhood.
Dominic and Kaenan have recently finished writing a mob comedy short, BAKED ZITI, that's currently funding on Kickstarter and includes a killer cast and Emmy-winning producer Sascha Schneider directing.
Hosted by William Battle
in Rock Music
POP ROXX RAIDO:
Pop Art Painter, Jamie Roxx Interviews: Tony Clark & Killing Time, Rock from Germany
Years travelling the globe, sitting in the Himalayas meditating over a sitar, playing the streets of Europe with South American Indians, or bearing the icy cold waterfall of a Japanese zen monastery - all these have left a trace in Tony's musical oeuvre
Tony Clark and Killing Time have been together only for a few months now, but the combination of Emil Abrigada on bass, Sascha Baransky on drums, and Tony´s singing and guitar is the future. "Although we come from really different backgrounds, we spent 3 or 4 hot days together this last summer, and we all loved it...and it was clear that this is
the way we want to play."
US PR: Headfirst Entertainment atten: Dave Tedder: http://headfirstentertainment.com
Sascha Meinrath is the Director of the New America Foundation's Open Technology Initiative. Described as a "community Internet pioneer" and a well-known expert on community wireless networks (CWNs), he'll talk about the United States's plans for "Internet Freedom" and the work being done to build independent networks in other nations.
Why are we Building a Healthy Neighborhood in Nashville with Rebuilding Together? We're talking about volunteering and making a difference on today's show. Tune in.
What the health are we waiting for?!
It’s time to build a healthier America and we’re doing it one neighborhood at a time here in Nashville at Rebuilding Together’s annual Building a Healthy Neighborhood event where we helped 15 homeowners fix their homes and build a stronger neighborhood.
Among the hundreds of volunteers are HGTV hosts, and American Idol contestants Casey James and Ayla Brown. Singer-songwriter and all-American Ayla talks to MyFixitUpLife hosts about creating music, helping in neighborhoods, and performing for the troops. And Casey James shares how he's a DIY guy at heart, and puts down his guitar to pick up a hammer to help build back this Nashville neighborhood on the edge.
Helping out from boards to bark mulch, trucks to table saws, and ladders to love, Lowe's is on, in and above the ground making work happen. Quay Chilcott jumps in to talk Carter's Kids and playground power.
And coming in fully stocked with both crate and barrel overflowing with helping hands and giving hearts, Crate and Barrel CEO Sascha Bopp reminds us that part of the bottom line is a better world.
That’s what we call health from the ground up. Accept nothing less than a better world. It’s time to build a healthy neighborhood right now on MyFixitUpLife.
Who knows where this show will begin or end....The testosterone is definitely in the building!!! Our guest Author Sascha Illyvich gets to hang with Shakir and I'm somewhere in the middle just trying to stay my innocent self! Join the fun!
Grab the Moscato and your tablet and tell Sh’ Moore all about it! On Wednesday nights, you get the chance to see life through the eyes of the opposite sex. Get the thoughts and views of life and love from the “horse’s mouth”. Along with her co-host, Sh’ Moore offers insight about various topics that men and women face in everyday living. Along with the look into the male and female psyche, Sh’ Moore dedicates time to introduce you to aspiring talent and ambitious entrepreneurs. An hour of your evening well spent and purposefully used! Are you listening?
On this episode of MyFixitUpLife talk show, Mark and Theresa are talking about how community starts at home, on their first solar-powered radio show.
From small fixes and home ownership to kids and finding a safe place to play, they’re taking you inside one community in Columbus, Ohio, where hundreds of volunteers gathered to help make a difference.
HGTV’s Carter Oosterhouse and his wife Amy Smart talk about what they’re doing in this neighborhood and around the country to help kids live healthier and happier. They also talk about their favorite playground equipment when they were kids, what Carter’s Kids means to them personally, and Amy talks about her upcoming movie Single Mom’s Club that will be released in 2014.
DIY Network and HGTV host Grundy is sharing details on Blog Cabin, his Mama’s cooking and how she is both his mom and his dad, and how he works to help communities with Rebuilding Together.
Mark and Theresa talk with the owner of the preschool and a resident of the neighborhood since 1945 about how the changes in the neighborhood are affecting their community and the kids.
They talk with Crate&Barrel CEO Sascha Bopp about his perspective on making home, volunteering, and building a treehouse with his son. Jeff Decker from Lowe’s, Homes on the Hill’s Stever Torsell, and Cassy Patterson from Rebuilding Together Central Ohio talk about they’re making a difference at home in this Columbus neighborhood.
The local IBEW provided the solar power for this episode using a portable solar station they designed.
Tune in Friday, June 28 at 2pmET.