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  • 00:15

    Laura Marshall - Society of Independent Publishers and Authors

    in Entrepreneur

    Host Kevin Willett is joined by Laura Marshall of the Society of Independent Publishers and Authors. Listen in to learn more about their upcoming meetings in Chelmsford Ma. To learn more please visit their website at http://www.illuminatedmyth.com/#!sipa/crca


    To learn more about the Friends of Kevin Networking Group please visit their website at http://friendsofkevin.com/

  • 00:45

    Good Food Good Health - With Neil and Andrea Garvey, Publishers of Creations Mag

    in Health

    Thursday, February 11th at 6:00 PM, on Health Media LIVE, we'll speak with Neil and Andrea Garvey, publishers of Creations Magazine, about how technology will help us access the best, least expensive, GMO-Free food options through their online grocery at www.CreationsCleanFood.com Imagine a time when our food will be delivered straight from a local farm to our door overnight. The possibilities are endless, healthy, and very promising.


    Neil Garvey has been the Publisher and Editor-in-chief of Creations Magazine since 2005 (Creations is now beginning its 30th year). A Certified Holistic Health Coach (Institute of Integrative Nutrition), Neil spent the previous 22 years as a natural foods retail shop owner, starting up and operating six stores, including a vegan eatery. His latest business venture is a return to selling clean, natural foods through his online store, Creations Clean Food Market. 


    Andrea Garvey is a certified yoga instructor in the lineage of the Himalayan Yogis. A student of yoga for over 42 years, she enjoys sharing her love of yoga with others through teaching. For the past 32 years, Andrea has taught various styles of yoga including Hatha, power-style, vinyasa, gentle and chair yoga.

  • New Authors, New Publishers, New Imprints, Oh My!

    in Books

    Meet the authors and publishers of the new imprints created by Peace in the Storm Publishing. 

  • 01:48

    Jim Musgrave, Author & Owner Of EMRE Publishers, Visits Madame Perry's Salon!

    in Pop Culture

    Jim Musgrave, Author & Owner Of EMRE Publishers, Visits Madame Perry's Salon!

  • 00:54

    Meet the creator of Ofo Ase (the powers of the word) by Poetic Soul

    in Poetry

    Poetic Soul first made a name for himself on Atlanta's poetry scene at the infamous Patti Hut Café. As a breeding ground for up-and-coming word artists, Patti Hut had developed a reputation for a spot for “intimate poetry”. 
    This is where he fine tuned his craft and skills in front of an audience of 100 plus. After joining the Atlanta based  poetry troupe called Klub Kummba and getting a feel for the Atlanta open mic scene.  Poetic Soul's career as a writer gained momentum, so did his work as a poet. "[My poetry] is about making things matter. Making those invisible, intangible ideas and dreams, things that you can touch, that you can feel," he said. So far he has done this in his new book of poetry " OFO ASE'  (the powers of the word). . Soul acknowledged the privilege he felt at being able to share his poetry on stage and in literary form. "To be a young poet and publish books is quite a blessing, because publishers print poetry like churches sing hymns--to maintain some sort of traditional stance," he said.  In the spring of 1995 his first self published book of poetry hit the streets  entitled  "Bullets & Blood", which was  distilled from seven years of journal writing. He went on to produce six more books of poetry (1997) The River Is Overflowing With Words, (2000) Love Serenade, (2008) The Son Of A Warrior Griot, (2009) Lovin U, (2010) Ubran Griot and (2012) 

  • 00:27

    The Power of Goodbye with Alex Beene

    in Self Help

    Pam Butler welcomes Alex Beene, life coach, inspirational speaker and author of two best selling children’s books for a conversation about death and depression. Two years ago, Alex’s life was radically changed when he received a phone call saying his mother had suddenly passed away. Losing a parent and a best friend at an early age sunk him into a depression he thought would be impossible to climb out of. Alex will share his story and tools that helped him during his darkest days. Using art and writing to find artistic beauty in loss. 


    Alex Beene is an author and educator. He has been featured on ABC, CBS, ESPN Radio and an array of print publications for authoring his children's books "Lessons from a Southern Mother" and "The Journey of the Paper Heart." His columns have appeared in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Clarion-Ledger, Mic.com and other prominent media outlets. A constant traveler, he has ventured to over 20 countries and has books in five different languages. He is a songwriter represented by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers and has served as a partner on the Chairman's Circle for New York's Roundabout Theater Company. His philanthropy and work in education have been recognized by the Jackson Sun, which listed him as one of the top 40 leaders in Tennessee. His third children's book, "The Lion & The Lyceum" will release in March 2016.


    Pam Butler, inspirational speaker, yoga and meditation teacher and spiritual coach. Pam is currently writing her first book Return To Life: part Memoir and part spiritual guide, hoping to inspire and guide readers to find balance and bliss in their lives.


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  • 01:00

    Proofreading Secrets of Best-Selling Authors

    in Women

    During this hour with Marnie and special guest, Kathy Ide, you'll discover...



    The secrets of proofreading your manuscripts for typos and other errors
    The industry-standard reference guides for punctuation, usage, grammar, and spelling
    The differences between punctuation rules for books, articles, and magazines
    Reasons it’s important to carefully proofread everything you send out (including e-mails)
    The most common punctuation errors writers make
    Commonly misused words
    The funniest type of grammar mistake
    Commonly misspelled words—not the ones you’d think!


    Kathy Ide, author of Proofreading Secrets of Best-Selling Authors and editor/compiler of the Fiction Lover’s Devotional series, is a full-time freelance editor/writing mentor, working with new writers, established authors, and book publishers. For more about Kathy, visit www.KathyIde.com.  


     

  • 00:08

    First test show

    in Books

    First test show For Sazmick Books


    Coming soon The new show to accompany The Publishers sazmickbooks


    With weekly Guest authors. 


    Hosted by Michael & Sarah Feeley and Paul Mamigonian.


    The story in You is ready to be heard.


    www.sazmickbooks.com


     

  • 03:01

    Happy Hour Radio: A Toast to Diversity

    in Culture

    Join Nancy Reid & Lisa D. Smith, mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Happy Hour variety show, that airs live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona.
    On This Episode:
    - The Committee - Best-selling author Terry E. Hill discusses his fourth novel ‘The Committee’, a beguiling tale that twirls Illuminati conspiracy, New Orleans voodoo, American politics and a subplot gay affair in a delicious twist of turbulence and turmoil.
    - National Part for Stonewall – Chad Lord from the National Parks Conservation Association, talks about the campaign to preserve the area around Stonewall Inn in New York City, as the first LGBT-themed national park site.
    - Colonel Charles Young – Dana Dierkes of Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, explains how Col. Charles Young, who was appointed acting superintendent of Sequoia and General Grant national parks in 1903, became the first black superintendent of a national park.
    - Oysters for Valentine’s Day with Chef Jeremy Manley ‘San Diego’s Sustainable Chef’, Jeremy’s on the Hill California Style Bistro in Julian, CA.
    - Love Potion cocktail recipe with mixologist Tyler Johnston, Yuma Landing Bar & Grill.
    - Sweet Valentine’s Day Gifts & Treats in Yuma with Donna George of The Peanut Patch, and Debra Mansheim of Basket Creations & More.

  • 01:00

    IN THE SPOTLIGHT with authors Lynice Jackson & Valerie J. Lewis Coleman

    in Motivation

    This week's special guests are debut novelist, Lynice Jackson, and Dayton Book Expo founder/author Valerie J. Lewis Coleman on IN THE SPOTLIGHT, the place where authors, publishers and literary industry professionals connect.  Supporting authors is what we're all about!


    IN THE SPOTLIGHT airs every 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 3 pm. est.  Hosted by award-winning author, Tumika Patrice Cain.


    To be considered for an interview, email your headshot (jpg), book cover, company logo or product image (jpg), and your bio to saywhatbc@yahoo.com.


    Follow Tumika:


    http://www.facebook.com/TumikaPatrice  


    http://twitter.com/TumikaPatrice


    http://www.instagram.com/TumikaPatrice


    http://www.pinterest.com/TumikaPatrice


    http://www.youtube.com/PoeticusGrand


    www.TumikaPatrice.com

  • 00:58

    Carolina Clay - The Story of Dave with Leonard Todd

    in History

    Leonard Todd is the author of CAROLINA CLAY, the story of the slave potter known as Dave. Newsweek calls it “a fascinating account.” Publishers Weekly describes it as “a sweeping tale of the South itself.” It was a finalist for The National Award for Arts Writing, and it won the South Carolina Center for the Book Award for Writing. It is published by W. W. Norton.


    Born in South Carolina, Leonard was educated at Yale University. He is a former Fulbright Scholar to France. He lived for many years in New York City, where he began his writing career with travel articles, short stories, and novels for young adults. Two of his novels, set in areas of the South that he knew well as a boy, were optioned for film productions.


    Author Leonard Todd will be talking with us about the great ceramic artisan known as “Dave,” who lived in South Carolina during the 19th century. He was a potter, a poet, and a slave.


    For many years, very few details were known about this enigmatic man. Leonard, however, discovered a startling personal link to him and set out to uncover his story. The prize-winning book, CAROLINA CLAY, is the result.


    Leonard now lives with his wife, a poet, in Edgefield, South Carolina, where he recently wrote the book, lyrics, and music for his first theatrical musical, SUNNY DAY, which had its premiere at the Edgefield County Theatre Company.


    Leonard has told Dave’s story to audiences at the Smithsonian, at Oxford, on National Public Radio, and today he will be telling it to us.