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This week's show will be about if it is necessary to bring back segregation in order to rebuild our villages. Miriam Amore wants to know when did the world change to where everyone speaks slang more than they use appropriate grammar.
We will talk to the cast of Murder at the Bank, which is a murder mystery theatre that will be held in Hoover, AL at the Comedy Club Stardome this Friday, May 22nd. Doors will open at 7, showtime @ 8pm
1818 Data Drive Hoover, AL 35216 Contact phone: 205-444-0008
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We will also speak to Calera, AL author, Byron De'Vinner and talk about his autobiography, The Byron De'Vinner Story "From Miracle Child to Miracle Worker"
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Tonight we welcome two Mediums who took very different roads to come to their current locations!
Jen Devillier: published author, Psychic Medium, Spiritual Guide, Lecturer. She has a lifetime of experience with the "Paranormal,". having her first encounter with a "Shadow Figure" at the age of 8. Her life is focused on developing abilities, and helping those in need (both dead and alive). Her goal is to help educate/guide people to be the spiritual beings they were meant to be. She has also written a book, "Dark Night Haunting," a paranormal autobiography, intended to help people realize they are more normal than they realize.
Next: Richard Braconi Jr. Rich is a Spirit Medium, a Medical Intuitive and has grown the understanding of how to spiritually connect, receive and understand universal truth. He was not born with any special gifts and states that he is, "no different than everyone else." I think when you hear his story you will agree that he is QUIET different and unique. He came to the conclusion that each of us holds a "divine presence" inside of them, and thus began his long spiritual journey.
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For me, I gained a lot of insight into our Beloved Brother's struggle through his autobiography as well as the movie. Big Bru came from the grassroots of poverty stricken america and rose as the cream of the crop. Inspiration indeed and we would love to hear from you as well.
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Georg Naim Cash wrote his book mainly during his jail bid’s in some of New York State most notorious Penitentiary’s. It follows his life from Childhood to Adulthood and all of the trials and tribulations he survived. As a teenager he had a promising singing career in a “Boy Band” called Brothers & Friends. He was signed to record deal by Sylvia Robinson and All Platinum Records in New Jersey. But sadly his recording career came to an end before their first album was released. He subsequently turned to a life of crime that had him wanted in 13 states and on the run from the FBI. The Good & The Bad is a story that this young man, felt he had to share in hopes that his experiences could possibly sway the youth of today from a life of crime. But ultimately he wants to redeem himself and change the perception of him by his family, friends others who knew him back before he turned to a life of crime.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Author | Minister | Inspirational Speaker | Mentor Minister Shawneya Ellis has been in ministry for 11 years. For many of those years, Shawneya has worked with youth ministry, intercessory prayer, community outreach, and has organized special events. She has dedicated her life to helping others and being a worker in the Lord’s church. It is her passion to help women and men overcome brokenness, past hurts, and a state of hopelessness. For over four years Minister Ellis has assisted in the treatment of detox, substance abuse, and mental health patients at a well known hospital. Shawneya is the mother of five and has been married to husband, William Ellis since August of 2012.
ABOUT THE BOOK Memoirs Of An Over Comer,This autobiography tells the story of what one young girl had to do to survive. It reflects how she overcame numerous trials and tribulations to become a fearless woman of God. You will laugh and you will cry. You will be captivated and unable to put it down. But most of all, you will praise God from whom all blessings flow and appreciate the author for stepping out on faith to help others who are or who have been in her situation. Many times we don’t know the words in which to pray in the times we need God the most. For your edification the author has included over-comer tools and prayers to combat life’s issues. These are little nuggets that the author has learned along the way. The trials of this author come from a real place and speak to the hearts of not just Christians but any woman who has had to endure the trials of this life.
Tonight on The Voice of The People. I am joined by Sean Hoggs, the 422nd JTS's Air Expeditionary Group Staff Course director and Plainfield High School class of 1986 graduate...Author of The Bastard Child: A Story of Hope, Resiliency and Perseverance...
The Bastard Child is the long awaited autobiography by author Sean P. Hoggs. His gripping true-life story takes the reader from his abusive and turbulent childhood, through his struggles as a homeless teenager (in the violent inner city streets of Central New Jersey), to his incredible rise onto the national and international stage as an humanitarian and mentor. Each chapter is a remarkable, yet humble, testament to resiliency and perseverance. Regardless of age, race, socioeconomic background, start or station in life, his tragedy to triumph story is one for the ages. The Bastard Child is an uplifting American success story that goes far beyond your stereotypical "rags to riches" story shared today. If you ever hungered for an inspirational life story to help you overcome personal hardship or a challenge in life, this book is simply a must read.
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Tonight, 5/12/2015, Host, Psychologist & Certified Natural Healthcare Practitioner Parthenia Izzard features Sidney Poitier, author of, The Measure of A Man: A spiritual autobiography. This was an aniversary program that included brief words of wisdom from a few guests in 2007 as well as some wisdom from our host. Sign-up For Our Newsletter. Wellness help now! Blood Type specific supplements!
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Richard Anderson is perhaps best-known in recent years for his roles as the Narrator, Captain Stiles, in the television series Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (1993-1997) with David Carradine and Chris Potter, as well as his role as Buck Fallmont in Dynasty (1986-1987). Finally, the full story of his life and incredible career are revealed in his sensational new autobiography.
From humble beginnings as a young actor to his first contract with MGM, Richard’s first big impressions on moviegoers were as Chief Quinn in Forbidden Planet (1956) with Walter Pidgeon and Anne Francis and as Tom McAffee in The Buster Keaton Story (1957) starring Donald O’Connor.
In the early years of what we now call Classic TV, his dozens of appearances were in such memorable series as Zorro (1958-1959), The Untouchables(1960), Thriller with Boris Karloff (1960), The Rifleman (1960-1963), The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1964), many appearances on Perry Mason (1966), The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1966), and Mission Impossible (1967), to name but a few. Richard eventually became one of the most familiar faces on television in his role as Oscar Goldman in The Six Million Dollar Man (1974-1978) and The Bionic Woman (1976-1978).
Discover the million-dollar story of Richard Anderson: At Last, A Memoir. From the Golden Years of M-G-M and The Six Million Dollar Man to Now.
Deborah L. Parker was born in Waverly Virginia, the oldest child of a very determined single parent and raised in the home of her wise grandparents. Her early years included active membership at the Liberty Baptist Church, where she was baptized at the age of 9. She has had many success in her education and career. Yet along the way Deborah has encountered various setbacks and trials in her life, but the Lord has seen her through. She has learned to ‘never count yourself out’ because in the words of one of her favorite songs, “It Ain’t Over Until God Says it’s Done.”
Putting all of her life and educational experiences together, Deborah has published 4 nonfiction books, which have been well-received by readers of all backgrounds. She shares a lot about her personal history in these books, to include honoring the memories and teachings from her family. They in addition to local and national heroes, provide her a sense of identity and strength. Of particular note, one of the books Deborah has written is her motivational autobiography Navigating Life’s Roadways .
The value of giving back and involvement in the community is important to Deborah. She currently resides in Leesburg VA and is a member of the Loudoun County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., American Society for Training and Development, and Mount Pleasant Baptist Church in Herndon, Virginia.
When taking a break, Debbie enjoys travel, reading and long walks.
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Indie Books reaches all the way down to Brazil this week as Author and playwright Gordon Osmond joins me this week to talk about his books. We'll start out with Slipping on Stardust and the sequel Turner's Point. We'll also chat about his Unauthorized Autobiography, Wet Firecrackers as well as his other writing.
From Slipping on Stardust:
There’s nothing like the arrival of a Hollywood star to stir the passions of the people of Johnson, a sleepy small town in Ohio. During his stay with Johnson’s most physically appealing family, the star shakes up the lives of the reigning queen of the local theatre scene, her lawyer husband, and the couple’s handsome but sexually undecided son. Add a scandal at the husband’s law firm and a kidnapping with suicide demanded as ransom and you have what propels family members to New York City and Hollywood and Gordon Osmond’s debut novel to its shattering conclusion. Those who have ever been involved in small-town life, regional theatre, adolescent rebellion, or legal entanglements, and those who admire the works of Oscar Wilde and Kurt Vonnegut, to whose writing style Osmond’s has been likened, will find themselves within the fast-turning pages of Slipping on Stardust.
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Tonight's special guest is Emily Wallace (aka Tina Smith) abuse survivor and motivational speaker, inspirational author and expert seeking high representation for her unforgettable autobiography "Scarred for Life," an inspirational book which illustrates all of the struggles that Emily faced during her childhood. One day in 1980, Emily returned home from her every day learning environment, to find a house filled with nothing but emptiness. Her whole nuclear family (her mother and her siblings) were gone without a forwarding address. This was the same day that Emily endured emotional distrust and experienced her childhood being snatched away from her within moments. Scarred for Life narrates Emily's story, along with her thoughts, feelings, and emotions as she tried to succeed surviving on the streets. She tells of sleeping in vacant houses and under porches and experiencing child molestation by her older two brothers. She shares the stories of those who tried to help her and those who would not. Honest and shocking, Scarred for Life provides insight into the actual life of a little homeless girl and the horrors one can experience when living on the streets. Today, Emily is a mother of six, and wife of 20 years. She is an author and motivational speaker, who speaks to children about child abuse and bullying. She is currently working on her high school diploma at Hadley School for the Blind.
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First segment: Minister Shawneya Ellis - Author Spotlight
Author | Minster | Inspirational Speaker | Mentor
ABOUT THE BOOK
Memoirs Of An Over Comer,This autobiography tells the story of what one young girl had to do to survive. It reflects how she overcame numerous trials and tribulations to become a fearless woman of God.
Read more > http://sharvette.com/on-air-with-shawneya-ellis/
Second segment: BJ Shores - Artist Spotlight
Infusing musical genius with a high power anointing, BJ Shores shines as a Kingdom Age worship leader. His talents as a writer, producer and director show forth with integrity and raw ingenuity, producing an unparalleled sound.
Read more > http://sharvette.com/on-air-with-bj-shores/
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