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Best-selling author, Victora Zackheim shares true stories from some of our country's finest authors, including Malachy McCourt, Jacquelyn Mitchard, Barbara Graham, Ellen Sussman, and so many others. Exit Laughing makes death more approachable as it reveals the funny side of “passing on.” As painful as it is to lose a loved one, Exit Laughing shows us that in times of grief, humour can help us with coping and even healing.
Tune in to this segment of The NLP View Radio Show, as host, Donna Blinston is joined by special guest, Victoria Zackheim to discuss her best-selling book, Exit Laughing, August 4th, 2012 at 7pm EDT/4pmPST!
There is a technique called Neuro-linguistic programming that can be of great value to resolve fear based issues and phobias. NLP is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy created in the 1970s. NLP Practitioner, Donna Blinston, is a Registered Nurse, with a specialty in gastroenterology, the Liver and in blood-bourne viruses. As a Certified Trainer of NLP she uses the tools and techniques of NLP to build a professional relationship with and enhance the lives of her patients to promote good health and wellbeing. Donna also has incorporated her training to help people in the areas of leadership, self-help, practice development and life coaching. She is also the author of the best-selling book called Psychobabble: A straight forward, plain English guide to the benefits of NLP. Stay Tuned!
Death is a path we all must take. However, that path doesn’t necessarily have to be filled with gloom and doom. Sometimes when dealing with a painfully difficult situation, there are circumstances or events which create a unique type of “comic relief” that can really help to break up the intensity and monotony. In the new book, Exit Laughing- How Humor Takes the Sting Out of Death best-selling author, Victora Zackheim shares true stories from Malachy McCourt, Jacquelyn Mitchard, Barbara Graham, Ellen Sussman and so many others. Exit Laughing makes death more approachable as it reveals the funny side of “passing on.” As painful as it is to lose a loved one, Exit Laughing shows us that in times of grief, humor can help us with coping and even healing.
Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by special guest, Victoria Zackheim.
Victoria Zackheim is author of The Bone Weaver, a novel, and the editor of five anthologies: For Keeps, The Face in the Mirror, He Said What? and Canadian bestseller The Other Woman. Her play based on five essays from The Other Woman will begin a six-week theater run in summer 2012. Ms. Zackheim teaches Personal Essay in the UCLA Extension Writers' Program and is a frequent speaker at writers' conferences, non-profit educational and philanthropic organizations and book fairs. A 2010 San Francisco Library Laureate, she is actively involved in the local and national literary community, including Redroom, Shewrites and the AARP Writers Forum. Stay tuned!
6pm - 8pm "Eastern Time" Sept 12th 2012
Welcome to Global F.A.C.T Radio , this is TRUTH TALK hosted by Paul & Chance from We are Change Paris.... Today on our show we will be discussing 911 and hosting a friendly debate on a few topics involved. We will be joined by a representative of the "Offical story" and a representative of the "Truth Movment" . Evan Arc for the offical story while Ainsworth Hunt for the truth movment... 3 main point will be presented and argued here they are: 1) The official story is a conspiracy theory, isn't it? 2) How does a critical review of the events of the day work with the official story. 3) The politics behind 9/11, its connection to: The Lavon Affair, The intentional Israeli attack on the USS Liberty, the spying of Jonathan Pollard, $2.3 Trillion missing from the Pentagon, Dov Zackheim, Systems Planning Corporation, Flight Termination Systems & Remote control aircraft, Michael Chertoff and the deportation of the Dancing Israeli Mossad agents arrested in NJ. The statements about 9/11 being an Israeli operation by Alan Sabrosky and Barry Chamish. The build up alone on the internet to hear this battle is sure to make for an excellent radio show. Thanks For Joining Us and Please Call In and Talk with Us , especially if you dis agree!!
Rebecka Vigus always knew she'd be a writer. Her first book, Only A Start, written in 1978 filled the wish.
She has since written a self-help book for teens and tweens, So You Think You Want to be a Mommy?
She has just finished the third book in her Macy McVannel series, Sanctuary.
Rebecka lives in an old farmhouse dreaming of warmer climates and spends her time writing, reading, and crocheting.
Victoria Zackheim is the author of the novel, The Bone Weaver, and editor of six anthologies, the last being Faith: Essays from Believers, Agnostics, and Atheists.
She adapted five essays from her first anthology, The Other Woman, and created a play that is under development. Her new play, Entangled, had its staged reading at San Francisco's Z Space Theater and is now in development with Z Space and Artistic Director Lisa Steindler.
Victoria wrote the screenplay Maidstone, a feature film now in development, and the documentary film Where Birds Never Sang: The Story of Ravensbrück and Sachsenhausen Concentration Camps, which aired nationwide on PBS.
Victoria created Women's Voices, a program now being presented across the United States, and will continue to the UK in 2015. She teaches Personal Essay in the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program, is a frequent speaker and instructor at writing conferences and for women's organizations in the United States, Mexico, Canada, and Europe. Victoria is a 2010 San Francisco Library Laureate.