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Please join two crazy moms as we navigate parenting through different stages of motherhood. With one of us parenting a tween and two toddlers, while the other is parenting adults and enjoying a new empty nest. We will be tackiling everything from babies to adults and all the crazy in between. Let us share tips, tricks and advice on what has worked and what we are currently trying, to get through this crazy life as mommies with our sanity in tact.
How do you balance family and work?
How do you keep some sort of social life?
Do you feel alone?
Mommies need quiet time!
Have you traded slacks for yoga pants and heels for Uggs?
Are you sick of hearing the word MOM?
Come, welcome to your safe zone. You are amongst friends and fellow crazy mommies here.
Please join us this Tuesday night as we tackle, "Saving $$ when you shop". Back to school is right arounf the corner and our kids need, well......just about everything for the new school year. We will be sharing some websites, smarter shoping habits and best places to stretch your $$.
In this episode we introduce a new character... Lizzy Brown! Ryan is MIA, so David, Fabio, and Liz discuss the Amazon advertising platform vs. running an Amazon store. And all of the great tips and tricks we can pull out of our resident wordsmith Liz! And more than likely a few side rants from David.
Some links that were talked about on the show.
Amazon Web Store.
Fillment by Amazon (Amazon Bot Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KRjuuEVEZs)
Amazon Web Services
Ling's Used Cars & Car Leasing (What NOT to do! :)
Episode #1 Welcome to Marketing Tips and Tricks. Today I just want to get the party started. I may do these everyday or once a week, but the more interaction the more shows that will role out.
Today is just the beginning. There will be special guest along ther way so subscribe and follow this channel and send in your questions
WriterOur guest for January 14, Carolyn Howard-Johnson, is best known as The Frugal Book Promoter, but she is also a literary writer, poet, and all round smart and giving marketer.
DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO HEAR TIPS FROM THE GURU OF FRUGAL MARKETING AND PROMOTION!
As a college freshman, she was the youngest person ever hired as a staff writer for the Salt Lake Tribune--"A Great Pulitzer Prize Winning Newspaper"--where she wrote features for the society page and a column under the name Debra Paige.
Later, in New York, she was an editorial assistant at Good Housekeeping Magazine. and also handled accounts for famous fashion publicist Eleanor Lambert who developed the first "10 Best Dressed List." It was her fun job to write releases for celebrity designers of the time including Pauline Trigere, Rudy Gernreich, and Christian Dior.
She was given the Woman of the Year in Arts and Entertainment Award by California Legislature members, Carol Liu, Dario Frommer, and Jack Scott and says she is really proud of that. In its first edition, "The Frugal Book Promoter" became an instant best seller as an e-book on ebookad.com and the paperback opened to rave reviews on Amazon. It is now in its second edition, expanded and updated. It became the first in the How To Do It Frugally series. "The Frugal Editor: Put Your Best Book Forward to Avoid Humiliation and Ensure Success" was the next. The Book Publicists of Southern California honored her with their Irwin Award and the "Pasadena Weekly" for literary activism.
How do you write with a partner? Because Host Morgan St. James has co-authored six books, she is frequently asked questions like: Do you each write a chapter? Do you each write a character? Do you ever argue over scenes? How do you write long-distance?
St James and co-host Denny Griffin, who has co-authored two books with her, are joined by guest Phyllice Bradner, co-author of the Sillver Sisters Mysteries. These authors unravel the art of successfully collaborating on books in a lively discussion about how to establish a successful relationship with a co-author even if it is long-distance. Call-in questions welcome during the live broadcast.
It's Christmas Eve and the Elves are busy zipping around with Santa--what happens next? Holiday-themed books and stories can go in many directions when the author uses the "what if" test while creating the plot. They can be fiction, non-fiction, funny, romantic, thrillers, whodunits, fantasies and just about any genre you can think of. They are also ripe playgrounds for the author to add twists. Think about the iconic movie "It's a Wonderful Life," and how many directions that story could have taken. What are some of the elements that draw readers to these books as each holiday rolls around? Do they sell well? Since it is Christmas Eve, Denny and Morgan will be with their families, and this show will be a pre-recorded broadcast for your enjoyment. It will also become part of the archived shows available for future listening. So lift your glass of Christmas cheer while you listen and think about all of the holidays that will inspire and have inspired a huge variety of plots.
Do you ever feel like everything you do throughout the day is just maintenance . . . or even survival?! Do you wish your home could be just a tad bit more organized? There has to be a sane way to organize those craft supplies and toys, right? Listen in for some easy tips and tricks to organizing your home from certified professional organizer Bonnie Joy Dewkett from The Joyful Organizer.
Today Mary and Janice are sharing our new soul love, relationship and money series for 2014. It is time to be who we really are on the soul level and share this in every relationship. Today's topic is "Tips and Tricks on How To Bust Stress." Our topics are very personal and touch on things that either we both or one of us have felt recently. Each week we have special guests and/or take callers and answer questions. It is all about our spiritual growth/soul level and the signs and guidance that we receive and how to recognize them. If you have suggestions, comments or questions feel free to contact Janice at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mary at MaryAnswersNow @ gmail.com. We look forward to hearing from you.
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Dialogue is the art of putting words in the character's mouths. It helps the writer tell the story and is a great way to reveal back-story (what happened to bring the characters to this point). Dialogue is also used to refer to a situation that one or more of the characters already knows about, but the reader does not. Sometimes dialogue is used to hint at what might come. Writing compelling dialogue can be challenging, because it often is not the way people really speak. As a vehicle that moves the story along, it shouldn't be dull, boring or too lengthy.
Our guest for this show is Mike Dennis, who writes outstanding dialogue. Mike is the author of eight mystery books and multiple short stories. He also is a narrator for audio books and a former professional musician.
We will discuss how to create dynamic dialogue in books--do's, don't's and tips and techniques. In addition, with Mike's expertise in audiobooks, we will touch on the importance of doing it right if the book is also planned as an audiobook.
Call-ins to the live show are welcome.
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