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Call in and join Mike N' Pete and lets just bowl sheet about what is on your mind... this is a fun show... so keep the conversation light. Only can take 5 callers at a time so we will keep the calls to about 3 minutes. So come on and give mike n' pete a call and Lettttttttttts Bowl Sheet!
Kita started writing 15 years ago, first telling her stories to her three now-adult sons. Kita published her first children’s book “You’re SpecialWherever You Are” at the end of 2009. (The book was honored as a finalist in the 6th Annual U.S. Indie National Excellence Awards in the Children’s Inspirational/Motivational category in June 2012).
Transitioning into the “big people” sphere, Kita co-authored “Tipping Point to Happiness” – a little book with a big message in 2010. As a follow up to the book’s release, Kita undertook a U.S. radio campaign focusing on happiness, earning the title of “happiness expert” along the way. The book earned her the title of one of the top 50 authors you should be reading in 2012-13 on TheAuthorsShow.com. She also blogs for http://www.jenningswire.com with her column “Straight Talk on Happiness”
Last August, Kita hosted the “Happiness for Parents Formula” Telesummit. Dr. Christine Carter, Dr. Joseph Ciarrochi, Dr. Fran Walfish and Dr. Friedemann Schaub were among the 21 experts Kita interviewed. Since then, she has developed a “Keep It SIMPLE Sweetie (KISS) program as well as held free online training calls to be of service to others. More information as well as registration for Kita’s programs and her weekly Gentle Messages can be found at http://www.kitaszpak.com
Happily, the children’s stories keep coming too. “Littlest Bug Goes to the Zoo” is the latest to join Kita’s menagerie of animal characters and inspirational words that embody her message to big and little kids everywhere: Value yourself – you are important.
Kita’s latest book “The SIMPLE Life: Shiny Objects Not Required” is now available on amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com as well as on her website http://www.kitaszpak.com
It has been said that if you fail to plan… you plan to fail. In a famous college study, it was found that the 3% of people who wrote down their goals and planned how to achieve them earned more than the other 97% combined. That’s why I’ve asked strategic planning expert, Laura Posey, Chief Instigator at Dancing Elephants Achievement Group, to join us to talk about “How To Plan Your Entire Year On One Sheet Of Paper.” Laura Posey is an author, speaker and consulta
AUTHOR NICHOLAS GRABOWSKY (HALLOWEEN 4, THE EVERBORN) WOULD LIKE TO TELL ALL ABOUT HIS COOL FUND RAISER THE BLACK BED SHEET BOOK STIMULAS PROJECT, AND WHAT IT MEANS TO BLACK BED SHEET BOOKS, AND HIS AUTHORS... http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-black-bed-sheet-stimulus-project WE WILL ALSO BE TALKING TO AUTHOR JOEL D WYNKOOP AND FIND OUT WHAT HE HAS IN STORE IN THE FUTURE AND NOW SO JOIN US AND LET US STIMULATE YOUR SCENSES
http://vimeo.com/letitshineshow/markchristopherbandbilingual musical/community shows Today we speak with Mark Christopher Band member Phillip Friedland
Join us on this episode of Francy and Friends where we will be having not one.... But TWO hot guests. Both Natasha Blasick (Paranoid Activity 2) and Lenay Dunn (MTV) will be joining us live. So put down that Easter ham and ham it up with us live!!!! DON'T MISS THIS SHOW!!!
Character profiles, personal history, dialogue, and speech patterns. How to make fake people more real to yourself and to your reader. Building a three dimensional person on a page is one of the fundamental skills of a fiction writer. Ignoring the character process does the story and your craft a huge disservice.
Example of a Character Profile Sheet.
I'll take writing related questions the second hour. On the phone or in the chatroom.
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Hey all u Facebook Crazzeeeeeeeeeeeeesssssssssss!!!!!!!! Vinyl Rock Source & 1vice.ag proudly presents April 19th, 2014 Saturday at 8pm eastern time on www.blogtalkradio.com/thewackonetwork “World Talk Rock Report with Kat Vecchione & Chuck Skull”. Lots of cool stuff, our usual wild & wacko antics, as we bring our up and coming crazy wacko selves for… (insert drumroll here)…
“Our Saturday Night Easter Eve Bash”!!!
Don’t forget about our free book giveaway!!! Betty Jo Tucker’s “Confessions of A Movie Addict”. No purchase necessary! Just email your name, address, & phone# to email@example.com . Put in the subject line “Movie Addict” & we’ll pick a winner by the last week of April. You can also FAX us at 863.845.5811, put “Movie Addict” in addition to other information on cover sheet.
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Monique was born in San Luis Obispo, California on November 4th in the year of the Snake.
At the age of three she became obsessed with ballerinas and begged her parents for dance lessons. Naturally they gave her what she wanted - spoiled brat that she is. They even gave her a bonus - a little sister, Marnay. Life was good, ballet classes and her very own doll - er, sister. But then things changed... Dance recital. With an audience...
From that moment on Monique was hooked and like any addict she needed more. More ballet. Then tap, then jazz. More recitals and more costumes and more applause. But it still wasn’t enough.
At the age of nine she started mainlining theater. Drama-rama, Baby! Monique did all the recitals and plays and talent contests that she could. Monique's poor family could hardly keep up with her, so after many years they finally staged (forgive the pun) an intervention. AKA: high school.
For a time in her teen years, Monique managed to put aside her addiction for more “normal” pursuits - boys, rebelling against authority, boys - that sort of thing. Oh, did we mention boys?
After high school, Monique attended Alan Hancock College (great theater dept.). Big Mistake. She thought she could just take a few theater and dance classes while she figured out what to do with her life. What Monique figured out was that acting was her life.
So the only thing left to do was pack up her bags, move to Hollywood and be a big star! Or as it turns out, move to Los Angeles, study acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, go on lots of auditions, work a lot of 16 hour days and become a little bitty star. For now...
Stay tuned as the drama continues to unfold!