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    Kori chats with author Holly Robinson

    in Writing

    About Holly:


    Holly has been a contributing editor at Ladies’ Home Journal and Parents magazines.  Her work has appeared in numerous well-respected publications.


    About the book: Sleeping Tigers 


    Jordan O'Malley has everything she ever wanted: a job she loves, a beautiful home, and a dependable boyfriend. When her life unravels after a breast cancer scare, Jordan decides to join her wildest childhood friend in San Francisco and track down her drifter brother, Cam, who harbors secrets of his own. When Cam suddenly flees the country, Jordan follows, determined to bring him home. Her journey takes her to the farthest reaches of majestic Nepal, where she encounters tests--and truths--about love and family that she never could have imagined. Funny, heartbreaking, and suspenseful, Sleeping Tigers reminds us all that sometimes it's better to follow your heart instead of a plan.

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    Kori chats with author Katie Hamstead

    in Writing

    About Katie:


    Born and raised in Australia, Katie’s early years of day dreaming in the “bush”, and having her father tell her wild bedtime stories, inspired her passion for writing.
    After graduating High School, she became a foreign exchange student where she met a young man who several years later she married. Now she lives in Arizona with her husband, daughter and their dog.


    About the book: Kiya: Riase of a New Dynasty


    Tut has grown into his position as Pharaoh, but he is a wild young man. Naomi fears for him, not only because of his recklessness, but because he has put his trust in Ay–the man determined to destroy Naomi—despite her and Horemheb advising against it.


    Meanwhile, death and slavery hang over Naomi and her family. With fear of the booming Hebrew numbers causing talk of enslaving them, conscription is reinstated and Naomi fears for the lives of her other children. Especially since Ay’s children are now adults, and just as dangerous as their father. They threaten to take Itani, conspire against Tut, and pushing for power.


    But Tut is in trouble. While Ay’s daughter draws Horemheb’s attention, and Naomi deals with the struggles of her family, everyone’s distraction could spell death for the young Pharaoh.

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    Kori chats with author Vangie Williams

    in Writing

    About Vangie:


    My life moves forward everyday. The words come out of me, through my hands, expressing my imagination with a tinge of my fantasy world. I am a wife, the proud mother of six girls, dedicated daughter, neice, cousin, friend, worker, author, genealogist, historian, real estate agent, student, Toastmaster and Washington Redskin fan (even when the are losing). Hobbies include: Gardening, Bowling, Writing, Annoying my Daughters, Public Speaking and Traveling.


    About the book:


    Whisper is the point between life & death that fantasy becomes reality & reality becomes too hard to believe. Follow Time's (pronounced Timmy's)quest to make her new house a home but finds that she is not alone as Whisper, a specter who has dwelled in the home for over 100 years like Time needs love, emotional & physical attention. Time's quest takes her to the out limits of reality.

  • 00:30

    Kori chats with up-and-coming author, JQ Sirls

    in Books

    Moodi Studios strives to makes the world a better place by helping people reawaken their inner-child. We reset the false ideology that growing up means leaving your imagination behind and that being child-like is an arch-nemesis you defeat with age.


    About the book:


    Joey [the Monster] thought it would all be easy. He would appear from under Sarah’s bed, sneak upon her slowly and scare the daylights out of her! But unfortunately, he was very wrong. Sarah not only stopped him from scaring her, she stopped him from scaring anyone ever again by telling Joey, “NO,” giving him clothes and taking him to her school to teach him MANNERS.


     


    In their first picture book, Moodi Studios delivers an adorable tale about standing up for yourself and emerging with a friend.

  • 00:30

    Kori chats with PR expert Travis Shorrt

    in Writing

    ASPYR Communications is the leading communication, branding, imaging, and public relations firm on the market. With ASPYR, Travis works with all clients on their positioning, language, imaging, and brand ownership.


    Join Kori and Travis in a discussion about self-published authors as the new business owner.


     

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    Kori chats with author Michele Kimbrough

    in Writing

    About Michele:


    I'd describe myself as a work in progress. Navigating through this adventure called life can be exhilarating and exhausting all at the same time. I'm a Chicago native and I think coffee and red wine are the best discoveries of all times.


    I write stories because I love peeling back the layers of messy truths that come with living life -- betrayals, lies, deceit, love, generosity, kindness, loss, ridicule, sorrow. My characters are flawed and encounter challenges that either grow them or destroy them.


    Isn't that just how life is sometimes?


    Author of Prudence available on Amazon.com.

  • 00:31

    Catch Up With Kori: Q&A with Gabriela Pereira

    in Writing

    Join Kori and Gabriela in a lively discussion about the writing life. Have questions? We've got answers! Or, at least a few suggestions!


     


     

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    Book Cover Design, Knowonder, and Book Tours, Oh My!

    in Writing

    Check out the Back Porch Writer blog this week for a post from author Samuel Hawley. He walks you through the evolution of a cover in a two-art series. 


    Be sure to catch the Feb. 9th show with editor in chief, Kathy Rygg, and Phillip Chipping both from Knowonder. They're looking for writers who write chapter books and MG. 


    Do you have small business questions? Listen to Kori chat with Tony Wilkins on his show: Small Business Forum Radio. Look for the Jan. 24th episode.


    Remember the writing contest for Charis: Journey to Pandora's Jar. 


    Kori's using Orange Berry Book Tours to promote her new book Deadly Sins: A Dezeray Jackson Mini-Series. Be sure to check the Back Porch Writer blog adn listen to the show for her updates. 

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    Kori chats with author Samuel Hawley

    in Books

    Samuel Hawley was born and grew up in South Korea, the son of missionary parents. After earning BA and MA degrees in history from Queen's University, he returned to East Asia to teach English for a year and ended up staying there for nearly two decades before retiring in Kingston, Ontario to become a full-time writer. He is the author of the nonfiction books Speed Duel: The Inside Story of the Land Speed Record in the Sixties, which received starred reviews in both Publishers Weekly and Library Journal; I Just Ran: Percy Williams, World’s Fastest Human, named one of the five "Best Sports Books of 2011” by the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation); and the monumental The Imjin War, the most comprehensive account in English of Japan’s sixteenth-century invasion of Korea and attempted conquest of China, hailed as “magnificent” by the South China Morning Post. Bad Elephant Far Stream is his first novel.

  • 00:31

    Kori chats with author Tony Wilkins

    in Writing

    Tony Wilkins is the author of Telemarketing Success for small and mid-sized Firms, The Single Person’s Cookbook (www.amazon.com) and Surviving the economy-Tips from small business owners from across the globe. Tony was a widely read columnist for Allbusiness.com before writing his current column for Examiner.com. He has been featured in the media on Channel 7's (ABC) The View from the Bay, Progressive Pulse Magazine, B.A.R (Bay Area Reporter) and the 10% Show. Tony is a much sought after lecturer and speaker for The Learning Annex, CIIS (California Institute of Integral Studies, and The Academy of Art College -SF. He is the host of the Internet sensation Small Business Forum Radio on Blog Talk Radio which airs Fridays at 3:30 offering tips from small business experts from around the globe. The show made its debut on July 15th 2011 and boasts an impressive 70,000+ listeners in just over 2 years on the air. In addition, the show (which has a six month waiting list for bookings) is consistently ranked in the top 10% of business shows on the network. He is a small business advocate and the owner of TCS Inc. for the last 30 years, specializing in business development, (cold calling, sales, marketing, promotion) consulting and training (www.businessdevelopmentsolutionsintl.com )working with such clientele as Farmers Insurance, SF Soup Co and USI Insurance. Mr. Wilkins was also recently nominated for a Small Business Advocate Award by The San Francisco Small Business Network and will be broadening his media interest in October 2013 by launching SBFM an online magazine dedicated to helping small business owners find resources, share stories and find leads. 


    Check out the magazine: http://joom.ag/OmuX

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    Kori chats with author Jill Sayre

    in Writing

    Jill K. Sayre is a writer and an educator specializing in Gifted and Talented students. She enjoys writing in the genre of magical realism for tweens and young adults. Her first book, "The Fairies of Turtle Creek", embraces the things she loves: nature, the grandmother-granddaughter relationship, and everyday magic.

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