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Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. In this edition, we will preview the shows we are most looking forward to during the fall season. We will also count down the films we are most looking forward to this fall.
Bonnie Kaye welcomes back author Tim Smith, an award-winning bestselling author. His books range from romantic mystery/thriller to contemporary erotic romance. He is also a freelance photographer. When he isn't pursuing those two careers he can often be found in The Florida Keys, indulging his passion for parasailing between research and seeking out the perfect Pina Colada or Mojito!
Tonight Tim will talk about his newly launched book “The Dirty Blonde – Vic Fallon Book 3.” This is a noir-ish crime caper in the style of Chandler, Westlake and Parker but in a contemporary setting. All of the elements are here – tough wisecracking private eye hero with a soft spot for the ladies, a femme fatale client who may or may not be telling the whole truth, some shady supporting characters, vivid atmosphere and snappy dialogue filled with sexual tension
In Smith's words, “Former cop Vic Fallon is content to live in Sandusky, Ohio on his disability settlement and take the occasional private eye job when he isn’t fishing. He doesn't really want to get involved in a missing persons case, but when Amy Bergen arrives from Tennessee looking for her estranged husband who’s avoiding divorce court, Vic is taken in by her southern charm and agrees to help her. His search brings him in contact with a local gangster wannabe, a crooked cop and a gambling syndicate. When another woman shows up claiming to be the missing man’s wife, the case takes a bizarre turn. Can Vic find the wayward husband before all of his wives catch up with him? Will his feelings for Amy develop into something more than professional?”
This show is a program for independent authors. It was created for the authors in the Books of Excellence Coop found at www.BooksofExcellence.com; however the show welcomes independent authors and entertainers as time permits
9 am Wednesdays, "The Tufts Get Going!" host Rosanna Tufts
"Intimate Bondage:" Tracking a serial killer turns out to be kinkier work than Kate Dawson ever imagined, in the new erotic thriller written by Dr. John Flynn! "Intimate Bondage" is a cross between Noir and Erotica, as a female detective gets caught up in San Francisco's fetish world, with well-meaning (but not always welcome) help from a wanna-be techno-geek, and a college professor who takes his Dashiell Hammett a little too seriously. If the author's name sounds a little familiar to you "50 Shades" fans -- yes, the character of Dr. John Flynn really is based on the real-life author I'm interviewing today! john-flynn.com
Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. On the latest edition we discuss the portrayal of social justice in film and television.
Entering the Star Chamber Show this Wednesday at 9pm EST. in the approach to Imaginarium 2014 are two of the guests to be appearing there! Authors Christopher Kokoski and Anderson O'Donnell will both be dropping by for a visit with our group of hosts!
And now for a little about each of them!
About Christopher: Christopher is a writer, speaker, national trainer, Christian, husband and father. He has presented at local and national conferences on a wide spectrum of topics including communication, public speaking, body language, cultural sensitivity, storytelling, behavioral change and influence.
He is the author of the standalone paranormal thriller, Dark Halo, the Past Lives novel series, the short story Drown published in the collection Man-Made Troubles and the forthcoming, Not By the Hair of My Chinny Chin Chin, which will be published in the collection, Imagination Reimagined in April 2014. The sequel in the Past Lives series is due out in 2014.
About Anderson: Obsessed with Dystopian/noir fiction, the Clash, and his two sons, Anderson O’Donnell holds an undergraduate degree in English from the College of the Holy Cross. He has studied creative writing extensively with biopunk genre master Jack O’Connell and poet Robert Cording, whose work influenced Kingdom’s high/low culture dynamic. Anderson lives in Collinsville, CT, with his family.
So join us this Wednesday at 9pm EST to meet not just one, but two fantastic authors!
With issues such as negativity, depression, and killings that have been brought to light in the past few weeks, the only solution to these problems is to come together and ask; how can we #bethechange ?
Guests, Sasha Frank & Christopher "DJ Kali Chris" Marks
Join us, Dr. Kim Bloomer and Dr. Jeannie Thomason, hosts of Animal Talk Naturally now for nearly nine years, we begin this new journey TOGETHER as we learn how our own feelings affect the health and well being of our animals.
On the show this week we are going to share how our pets are changing in their own attitudes, actions and health as are ours. We'll also share how our own health challenges are often mirrored in our pets. Is this all coincidence or is there something more to this? We'll walk this road together because we are not scientists, behaviorists, counselors, etc. We are sharing our own journey into how our thoughts are energy and they do make a difference in our own health...but does this all make a difference in our pets' health? We'll let you be the judge of that.
Brick is a 2005 American neo-noir thriller film written and directed by Rian Johnson, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
A hardboiled detective story that takes place in a Californian suburb. Most of the main characters are high school students. The film draws heavily in plot, characterization, and dialogue from hardboiled classics, especially from Dashiell Hammett. The title refers to a block of heroin, compressed roughly to the size and shape of a brick.
The film is widely regarded as a cult classic.
Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. On the latest edition we discuss how domestic violence is portrayed on TV and in film.
Hello Everyone, My name is Michelle Cornwell-Jordan one of your hosts and my co-host Jamie White is here today as well! Today we will chat with the very talented author Russell C. Connor!
Russell C. Connor has been writing about demons, serial killers, and the end of the world since he was five years old. His short work has appeared in "Black Petals Magazine," "Alien Skin," "Sanitarium," "Beware the Dark," and he has one appearing in an upcoming anthology with award-winning author A. Lee Martinez. He currently has eight novels and three eBook-only novellas available, including the supernatural crime-noir "Finding Misery," and "Whitney," about hurricane survivors facing a deadly plague and a ravenous beast. His newest, "Director's Cut, Book II of the Box Office of Terror Trilogy," was released in March of 2014. He lives in Grand Prairie, TX with his mistress of the dark, devilspawn daughter, rabid dogs, and extensive movie collection, and has been a member of the DFW Writers' Workshop for 9 years.
Contact:( Website) http://http://www.amazon.com/Russell-C.-Connor/e/B009OK36YY/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_3?qid=1406377162&sr=8-3
The Magic charms of an over 2000 year old Mountain Cave Hag trolls the roads that lead to the other side of Anjali.Wanting to be part of the New Horizon isn't in the cards.Can this old old wicked soul be excepted after casting shadows of evil on the small town she tried to destroy? Cry's of wanting to be are heard across the mountain side as the crackle in the trembling deep baraton voice of this old wicked soul tries one more trick up her sleeve. It's up to the Voodoo brothers to sort the truth and protect the Raven so the small mountain village can survive the evil placed upon them. (Noir Fiction)