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Hello everyone it's your favorite Urban Fiction News Hosts K.C. Baylor and Santiago. We're here with another great topic, Agents, Editors and Publishers: Are they Necessary? The World Wide Web has opened up the world of publishing to just about everyone. Leaving industry insiders who were once the gatekeepers with a shaky future. We're here to discuss the necessity of these professionals.
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Theme: Are the baby boomers in trouble? You can fix it.
Bob Weinstein has built a career as a journalist, writer, author and syndicated columnist. He’s written 13 career books, published by major publishers such as Simon & Schuster, Harper-Collins, Macmillan, McGraw-Hill, Prentice Hall and Henry Holt. He created Tech Watch, the first weekly syndicated column, which was distributed by King Features (the Hearst Corp.) to large daily newspapers throughout the United States. His articles, columns, and commentary have been published in newspapers, magazines, and on websites throughout North America. Presently, he writes and edits the Sunday workplace section for four Hearst Media Connecticut daily newspapers, along with producing all their special advertising sections. Read more about the book at www.sowhatifim65blog.com.
Author of the book: SO WHAT IF I’M 65: Love Your Life, Get a New Job, Have Fun
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May 21, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Finding Your Path to Personal Fulfillment
INTERVIEW GUEST: Sue Batton Leonard
Sue Leonard is an Author, Writer and Blogger. She is the Founder and President of Cornerstone Fulfillment Service, LLC --- a company specializing in e-commerce and e-marketing for independent publishers since 1998. She is the author of the 3-time award winning memoir, titled, Gift of a Lifetime: Finding Fulfilling Things in the Unexpected.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
As most of us have learned, we cannot find happiness by making it our goal. Happiness is the unintended benefit of pursuing personal dreams and living true to yourself. When you proactively connect the person you are with the things that you choose to do, a deep sense of fulfillment will emerge. Fulfillment is a form of happiness, or satisfaction, that is the direct result of fully developing your abilities or character. Personal fulfilment is best defined as the achievement of life goals which are important to you, in contrast to the goals of society or even your family. Personal fulfilment is an ongoing journey for most of us. They journey commences when we start becoming conscious of ourselves, our surroundings and our past. But, for many of us, finding the right path to this level of consciousness and fulfilment is a challenge. Sometimes finding a path to fulfillment can be buried in the unexpected. How can you find your path to personal fulfillment?
Inaugurated by the Academy of American Poets in 1996, National Poetry Month, held every April, is the largest literary celebration in the world with schools, publishers, libraries, booksellers, and poets celebrating poetry’s vital place in our culture. It’s official — NaPoWriMo 2015 has come and gone. The DC Poetry Project's 30 days of Poetry Challenge helped members and others jump-start the writing process, as well as provide resources and ideas to take forward into the rest of the year. We also hope that this challenge encouraged poets to work outside of their comfort zones and try new approaches to writing poetry.
You can find the prompts at http://www.meetup.com/DC-Poetry-Project/events/222285902/
What makes Janice Hoffman unique? Janice’s background comes from being Dr. John Gray’s protege and teaching the first Mars Venus Workshop in 1997. That workshop was the beginning of a meaningful relationship working Dr. John Gray and the Mars Venus Institute.
Janice is the author of the award-winning book, Relationship Rules ~ 12 Strategies for Creating a Love That Lasts. Men especially like each chapter’s “How-To” section.
Janice specializes in helping both genders apply the right tools to improve the quality of their relationships. Men and women now have a “communication toolbox” they can use to increases peace and love in their lives.
For over 18 years, Janice has been speaking to audiences nationally and coached men and women on our many differences. According to Dr. John Gray and Dr. Jerry Jampolsky, Relationship Rules should live on every couple’s nightstand.What motivates the opposite sex? What influences behavior? If Men Are From Mars and Women Are From Venus, how do we get along on earth? Let Janice show you how to bridge the gender gap in your world. Create your own road map for effective and easy-to-use relationship skills.
Since 1998, Janice has been a member of the National Speakers Association and has been nominated twice NSA/Colorado Member of the Year. She is a member Colorado Independent Publishers Association, and the Colorado Professional Clergy Association. She has served on the Advisory Board for Consumer & Family Studies for the State of Colorado.Janice’s sincere and warm spirit and her knowledge of gender differences are invaluable.
Museums are no dinosaur! Museums and new Instructional Resources.
We've all experienced the museum as a place to go as a member of an elementary class or on a stormy weekend day. In the internet age, museums have an audience far beyond those who walk through the doors. Museums have a long history of creating resources to help teachers plan a class visit and materials for students that extend their visit into the classroom and home.
In this show, we will explore a new generation of museums that provide rich experiences for learners that leverage the museums expertise and collections to extend their reach and impact on learners. We will hear how they plan and create those assets and discuss how they have or would like to work with publishers to increase the the reach and integration of their offerings into school practices.
Guests at the table:
1. Kris Wetterlund, Director of Education and Interpretation at Corning Museum of Glass
2. Dr. Marjee Chmiel, Associate Director of Curriculum and Communications at Smithsonian Science Education Center
3. Melissa Wadman, Manager of Program Evaluation at the Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access
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Join us for a Evening with Ella Curry: Intimate Conversations. Ella is the president of EDC Creations. Sit back and enjoy a chat with some of the most talented authors on the planet. Learn more about the featured books and hear the authors read from their new releases. You will have the First Glimpse of a excerpt from the book! Give the Gift of Knowledge, give books as gifts!
Authors and Publishers, visit the EDC Creations website for more book promotion opportunities: www.edc-creations.com. EDC Creations provides authors, journalists and publishers innovative marketing and branding consultations with a special focus on the African American literary community. We are also the publishers of the highly popular Black Pearls Magazine and the founders of the Sankofa Literary Society, which now has more than 1,800 members across the United States.
Become the next featured author or speaker on the BAN Radio with Ella Curry, click here: www.edc-creations.com/banradiopromo.htm
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Beyond the Cover is a radio show brought to you by the Suspense Radio Network and Suspense Magazine, hosted by John Raab, CEO / Publisher of Suspense Magazine and Jeff Ayers, author and reviewer for several major outlets.
On tonight's show we have very special guest Ben Coes on to talk about his latest book. Also John and Jeff will give some on air book reviews, industry news, what you should be looking out for and much more.
Ben Coes is the New York Times bestselling author of international political and espionage thrillers that includePower Down, Coup d’État, The Last Refuge, Eye for an Eye, and his upcoming fifth book, Independence Day, which Publishers Weeklycalled “one of the year’s best thrillers.”
Ben’s books all center on Dewey Andreas, a former U.S. Special Forces soldier who was kicked out of the military after being falsely accused of crimes he did not commit. While fiction, all of Ben’s books are based on current events.
Join Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith – mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for the last day of Big Blend Radio’s 2-day Travel Radio Expo! This show airs live from Yerington Inn, in western Nevada.
On This Episode:
- Travel writer Linda Kissam ‘Food, Wine & Shopping Diva’ discusses her recent trip to France
- Leah Launey of Three Rivers Bed & Breakfast and Ranger Brady Wendt of Lake Kaweah will discuss Summer Fun in Three Rivers, California
- Becky Frost, senior manager of consumer education at Experian Consumer Services will discuss Identity Theft and Travel Safety
- Todd Montgomery – Travel writer and photographer for Life-Uncorked.com, will discuss media trips and events organized by the International Food Wine & Travel Writers Association.
- John Garder, Director, Budget and Appropriations for National Parks Conservation Association will try call in from his California Climate Ride!
Plus, Hollywood History with Steve Schneickert!
Join Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith – mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Day 1 of Big Blend Radio’s 2-day Travel Radio Expo! This show airs live from Yerington Inn, in western Nevada.
On This Episode:
- Adam Roberts, CEO of Born Free USA discusses the benefits of Eco-Tourism
- Glynn Burrows of Norfolk Tours shares a Day 10 Trip Itinerary Through Norfolk, England
- Rick & Wendy Walleigh discuss their travel memoir ‘From Silicon Valley to Swaziland: How One Couple Found Purpose and Adventure in an Encore Career’
- Travel writer Eva Eldridge discusses her recent visit to Honolulu, Hawaii.
Denisha Raychelle Hardeman, also known as Dede, was born in Houston, TX on February 18, 1991. Denisha grew up entertaining people. She would perform all the time in church plays, speeches and praise dancing. The church noticed a spark in Denisha, which prompted her to want to continue acting and singing. Growing up Denisha also took on another hobby, writing. She won many creative writing contests in school and her poem “Halloween Night” won a poetry contest and was published in a poetry book when she was 8 years old.
In Elementary school, Denisha was the captain of her school cheerleading team and was also the president of the school when she was in 4th grade. After noticing her leadership and creative schools, MadingElementary’s new choir director, Mrs. Roache, decided to start an acting program. She starred Denisha in her first stage play, “A Christmas Story,” where Denisha played the quirky and funny version of Little Red Riding Hood. In middle school, Denisha auditioned for Pershing Middle School for Fine Arts. During her first audition, the theater teachers told her that they wanted her in the school no matter what. She did not have to attend the 2nd and 3rd auditions. During her time at Pershing, Denisha starred in “Cinderella” as Cinderella, “The Wizard of Oz” as Dorothy, “For Colored Girls” as the Lady In Red, and “Romeo and Juliet” as Juliet. Denisha also won best actress for the school her 6th and 8th grade year.
There will be more for us to talk about....tune in www.blogtalkradio.coom/prefacemedia or call into the show at 678-716-4700