• 01:42

    IronE Singleton (From THE WALKING DEAD and The Blind Side) on NFTS

    in Self Help

    LIVE ON NFTS - : IronE Singleton - Blindsided by the Walking Dead ... an inspirational biography about hope, triumph against the odds and inspired divine guidance along the way...

    IronE Singleton is best known to audiences as the menacing kingpin Alton in the Academy® Oscar Award-nominated film THE BLIND SIDE; the biggest box office grossing sports movie of all time. He is also known as the compassionate tough guy, T-Dog, in the Emmy, AFI & WGA Award winning, Golden Globe nominated tv show THE WALKING DEAD; one of basic cable's highest rated shows for viewership. IronE's unusual name depicts his life story, his ability to play strong, multidimensional characters and has made him a memorable actor in both film and television.On the streets of Atlanta, the fight to survive is a daily battle.  From the drug-infested corners of one of the city's worst housing projects, to alleyways filled with ravenous zombies-- Blindsided by the Walking Dead examines one man's battle to overcome the violence, drugs, and crime of the 'hood; starting with a young IronE Singleton determined to succeed despite an abusive mother, an absent father, and the temptations of instant gratification inherent with the thug life. Football and Faith in God become IronE's allies in his quest to escape and helped him reach for the lights of the University of Georgia's football field and theater stages. After years of struggle--failed businesses, small roles, and an ill-fated trip to Los Angeles--IronE snags his major breakthrough role, playing the kind of drug-dealing, gun-toting thug he would have become on the streets, in The Blind Side.

    FIND OUT MORE:  http://www.newsforthesoul.com

  • 00:30

    Author2Author with Ann Lewis Hamilton

    in Writing

    Bill welcomes award-winning screenwriter Ann Lewis Hamilton to the show to discuss her debut novel Expecting. Ann's credits include "Haven," "The Dead Zone," "Grey's Anatomy," "Saved," "Providence," "Party of Five," and "thirtysomething." She was twice nominated for an Emmy award, and was the winner of the WGA Award and the Humanitas Prize. Don't miss it!

    This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Network LLC.This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Network LLC.


  • 01:35

    Writing A Good Story

    in Writing

    Join  host Marsha Casper Cook, A GOOD STORY IS A GOOD STORY and her special guest Allison Bruning on Tuesday May 27 at 10 AM PST  11AM MT  Noon CST 1PM EST.

    Marsha is an author, screenwriter, WGA Signatory Agent, marketing consultant and half of the WORLD OF INK NETWORK.Virginia Grenier is the other half. They have been doing shows together for four years.

    Marsha's special guest is the very successful Best Selling author Allison Bruning. Allison has always had a passion for the literary arts. She originally hails from Marion, Ohio but lives in Indianapolis, Indiana with her husband. Allison is the author of six historical fiction series: Children of the Shawnee, The Secret Heritage, Irish Twist of Fate, New Hope, Lost Identity and Cherokee Tears.

     Allison's educational background includes a BA in Theatre Arts with a minor in Anthropology and a Texas Elementary Teaching certificate. Allison received National Honor Society memberships in both Theatre Arts and Communication. She was also honored her sophomore year with admission into the All American Scholars register. She holds graduate hours in Cultural Anthropology and Education. In 2007, Allison was named Who's Who Among America's Educators. She is also the recipient of the Girl Scout Silver and Gold Awards. Allison received her Masters of Fine Arts in Creative Writing at Full Sail University on June 28, 2013. She is an educator, writer, speaker, screenwriter, film director, and publisher.

    for more info on the shows



    Allison's Publishing house


  • 01:00

    WGA Strike: The Geek Angle

    in Blogcritics

    The Geeks will discuss the pending WGA strike with television writer/producer Rob Long. Rob has some interesting insights into the future financial models of the industry that are intimately related to the technology that surrounds and binds us.

    Rob Long is a contributing editor for the National Review and Newsweek International, he was a co-executive producer of "Cheers" while still in his 20s and is the co-creator of a string of (cancelled) sitcoms: "George & Leo," "Men, Women & Dogs," etc

  • 01:29

    A Good Story Is A Good Story -Host Marsha Casper Cook

    in Books

    Have fun every Tuesday at 6 PM PST 7 PM MT 8 PM CST 9 PM EST with your host Marsha Casper Cook, author, screenwriter, WGA Signatory Agent on A GOOD STORY IS A GOOD STORY. 

    Please join Marsha and her co - host - Jeff Fleischer, a Chicago-based journalist,  screenwriter, author, script doctor, and editor on Tuesday April 29 at 8PM CST 9 PM EST when their guests will be two very special wonderful and entertaining authors  Ben Lieberman and Gerard deMarigny. Gerard is the Author of the Amazon-Bestselling Action & Adventure CRIS DE NIRO & ARCHANGEL thriller series and Ben transfered his trading floor expertise into an exciting, darkly-humorous and award winning debut crime thriller, Odd Jobs.

    This is going to be a great discussion and a lot of fun.

    The phone lines will be open.(714) 242-5259

    you can find more info about the guests, hosts and show








  • 01:23

    A Good Story Is A Good Story Host Marsha Casper Cook

    in Writing

    Please join Marsha and her guests Uvi Poznansky and Brenda Perlin on March 4 at 9 PM EST 8 PM CST 7PM MT 6PM for a discussion on wriitng and marketing. These two women are terrific at marketing. They put out a lot of thought in their facebook notifications with great info and interesting photos.  

    Marsha is an Author, Screenwriter, Speaker Marketing Consultant and WGA Signatory Agent.  

    Brenda Perlin is an independent adult contemporary fiction author. Brenda evokes emotional responses in her readers by using a provocatively unique writing style. Her latest book in the Brooklyn and Bo Chronicles, captures the soul-wrenching conflicts of a personal struggle for emotional fulfillment.

    Brenda’s first book, Brooklyn and Bo Chronicles, was published with Master Koda Select Publishing.

    Uvi earned her B. A. in Architecture and Town Planning from the Technion in Haifa, Israel, and practiced with an innovative Architectural firm. She received a Fellowship grant and a Teaching Assistantship from the Architecture department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. There, she earned her M.A. in Architecture. 

    Then, taking a sharp turn in her education, she earned her M.S. degree in Computer Science from the University of Michigan. During the years she spent in advancing her career—first as an architect, and later as a software engineer, software team leader, software manager and a software consultant (with an emphasis on user interface for medical instruments devices)—she wrote and painted constantly. 

    The chat room and phone lines will be open. 

    http://uviart.blogspot.com/2014/01/david-playing-david.html - audio from Uvi's Book

  • 01:26

    Beau Coup Authors - A Good Story Is A Good Story- Host Marsha Casper Cook

    in Books

    Join Marsha on Tuesday  Feb. 25 at 1 PM PST 2 PM MT 3 PM CST 4 PM EST on A GOOD STORY IS A GOOD STORY. Her guests will be Isobelle Cate, Mike Faricy,and Caddy Rowland. They are all published with BEAU COUP Publishing  and its going to be a great discussion.

    Marsha is a screenwriter,author,Marketing Consultant, and Wga Signatory Agent

    It's going to be fun -  listen live or on demand (714) 242-5259

    The chat room will be open as well as the phone lines . Callers are always welcome.

    more info







  • 00:45

    Updates on a Season: Back to the 2013 Film Awards Season!

    in Film

    It's a special Sunday night episode!  So with the Christmas and New Year's holidays all behind us, it's time to get seriously re-focused on the 2013 Film Awards Season!  Oscar nominations are less than 2 weeks away, so join in tonight as we recap the Producers Guild and Writers Guild nominations and see where the Oscar race is as 2014 begins!

  • 00:32

    WriteSpa Teen- An Oasis for Writers

    in Writing

    Kendell Shaffer, author of the YA novel, Kalifornia Blu, interviews Leslie Nipkow whose essay collection, How to Kiss Like a Movie Star, will be published by Greenpoint Press in late spring 2014. Leslie has had essays published in the New York Times, Salon.com, O Magazine, FreshYarn.com, the New York Post, and more. She has one Emmy award, five Emmy nominations, two WGA awards and five WGA nominations for her scriptwriting work on As the World Turns and One Life to Live. When she is not writing, she trains in the fighting art of muay thai. She and Kendell will talk about teens and writing.

  • 01:00

    TV Junkie - A tentative agreement between WGA and AMPTP!

    in Television

    At long last, our great national nightmare may be over. We'll get the lowdown on all the haps at the WGA membership meeting and get the skinny on the deal. Then, we'll try reading the tea leaves as to what the future holds...

  • 01:00

    The WGA Strike

    in Television

    **One hour later this week (and don't forget the time change)** The strike has been called to start Monday at 12:01 AM. Apparently there's a last ditch effort to negotiate a contract on Sunday. What does it mean for you, a film and tv viewer? Also, talk about the fall season so far, the shows that are surviving, those on life support, and those that are waiting to be put in the ground.

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