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  • 01:01

    Books of Excellence with Author Bonnie Kaye

    in Books

    Tonight Bonnie Kaye's guest is B. J. Webster, who is originally from Australia and lived in London for almost twenty years Webster is the author of "Wonder Year," a story about the great fire in London during 1666.


    1666 was called “Wonder Year”, despite it being a year of great calamity and disaster in London. The joke was, at least things weren’t worse than they were. Wonder Year is a fast paced historical fiction based around the actual events in 1666 before the Great Fire of London, through the dramatic fire and in the days after the blaze had ended and London wondered at their fate.


    Who really started the Great Fire of London? Nobody knows for certain. Was it an accident or a deliberate act? Wonder Fire assumes the latter is the case and delves into the motives of ambition, illicit affairs, unrequited love and political intrigue, none which was a stranger to the court of King Charles II.
    Feel what it was like to live in 1666 and better understand the intricacies of politics, power and class divide of the time. Be drawn in by the fascinating web of intrigue and how it plays out to create one of the most devastating events in history.

  • 01:01

    Books of Excellence with Bonnie Kaye featuring Cary Black and Gretchen Schott

    in Books

    Tonight Bonnie welcomes back author Cary Black, author of “Katrina—A Freight Train Screamin’,” and his lovely wife, Gretchen Schott, who is a musical performer and writer. This year marks the 10 year anniversary of Huricane Katrina, one of the worst hurricanes to ever hit Louisianna destroying lives and homes forever. 


    Katrina—A Freight Train Screamin’ is a most inspirational book to honor those people who rescued others during Hurricane Katrina's destruction ten years ago in some of our Southern states--especially Louisiana. Since Cary was last with us, he met his beautiful wife Gretchen which ironically was through the writing of the book. Cary and Gretchen have become a team not only in marriage, but also in writing, music, and hosting their own radio show. Gretchen and her family were victims of the Hurricane, and tonight we'll hear about the heroism and strength of the people through this crisis.


    Cary and Gretchen have co-authored a children's book about Katrina titled French Quarter Tori and the Red Owl  that we will discuss, 

  • 01:01

    Bonnie Kaye's Books of Excellence welcomes activist and author Bobbie Bean

    in Books

    Tonight I am happy to welcome back Bobbie Bean who is the author of "Shattered Dreams, Broken Patriot," His book tells the tragic story of a vicious attack by a town bully that snowballs into a series of horrific acts by a small Florida town. His family moved to Sebring, Florida, to build their American Dream. Instead, they discovered how selfishness, corruption, and the abuse of power can easily conspire to destroy it.  Bobbie Bean refused to accept the injustices shown to his son, so he fought back by going to the Florida statehouse floor to lobby for accountability, lost lives, and the dramatic passage of what was in 2008 the toughest anti-bullying bill in the nation.


    With more and more news on bullying being exposed and how it destroys lives, Bobbie Bean is a true hero for those who can't fight for themselves. He will help you realize how corrupt government really can be.


    This show is a program for independent authors. It was created for the authors in the Books of Excellence Co-op found at www.BooksofExcellence.com; however the show welcomes independent authors and entertainers as time permits


     

  • 00:32

    Tithing: Additions to the Law of Moses (Nehemiah & Amos)

    in Christianity

    Nehemiah and Restoration of the Law (Nehemiah 10:28-39)


    As Nehemiah and the restored Israelites re-establish their nation, one of the first things they do is re-iterate the tenets of the regulations acknowledging the Lord as their God. This includes the restoration of the tithe (they were not tithing or keeping any of the commandments of the Lord in captivity, previous to entering the land). Again, tithes to the priests was specifically mentioned, as well as the tithes being stored in the temple. Nehemiah even added ordinances concerning payment for specific needs of the temple. (These things may have been more expensive than they were in Moses' day.)


    Nehemiah and Enforcement of the Law (Nehemiah 12:44-13:14)


    Nehemiah relates some political intrigue regarding the leadership, both political and religious, which contributed to the apostasy of the nation. He gathers together the (genealogically) appointed leaders and puts them back to the work they are supposed to be doing, as well as gathering the Levites, calling them to return from working in the fields instead of ministering to the Lord. He also records how he clears out the storeroom for the tithe, restores it to the Levites, asks the Lord to remember him for his good deeds, and condemns Israel for having failed to keep God's commandments (immediately following this section Nehemiah gets on their case for working on the Sabbath, so he is definitely not picking out one area of the law to emphasize.)


    Amos and Tithing to Idols (Amos 3:12-4:7)


    The prophet Amos, speaking for God, lists tithing and sacrifice to idols (at Bethel and Gilgal) as one of their crimes against Him. Clearly, it was not just tithing that was important.

  • 01:01

    Books of Excellence with Author Bonnie Kaye

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    Tonight Bonnie Kaye is proud to have Jack Engelhard as her guest. Jack is one of America's most noted contemporary authors best known for his book Indecent Proposal that was made into a block buster movie staring Robert Redford, Demi Moore, and Woody Harrelson. It is now opening in Israel in Hebrew as a play. Jack has authored books that sell millions of copies around the world and have been translated into numerous languages. His books take you into the psychological insight of the moral dilemmas we are all faced with during our lives leaving us to question if we are all capable of giving in to temptation of the heart rather than do the right thing. His sharp, staccato style draws you into the story from the first page and doesn't let you go until you are finished reading. Tonight we will be highlighting Jack's recently released books which are the Bathsheba Deadline, a thriller tied in to today's current Middle East terrorist groups and Compulsive which gives the reader a front row seat into a man's life consumed by addiction.  


    Jack originally started his writing career as a news man writing articles and editorials for the Philadelphia Inquirer and other publications. He currently writes a column several times a week for a popular Israeli newspaper Arutz Sheva. 


    You can read more about Jack his books on his website at www.Jackengelhard.com. 


    On a personal level, Jack has greatly touched my life and thinking as a writer and as a human being. After reading any of his books, you'll be thinking for a long time about the temptations that face us in life, and if you would be strong enough to walk the other way.


     

  • 01:00

    Books of Excellence with Author Bonnie Kaye

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    Tonight Bonnie Kaye welcomes Lorraine Pestell, author of the six part serialized book "A Life Singular." Lorraine was born in London and has had a successful career as an Information Technology professional in the UK, US, Europe, Singapore, and more recently Australia.  She currently resides in Melbourne, Victoria.


    Although working full-time, Lorraine is a passionate volunteer for several organizations, including serving on the Boards of non-profit organizations, being a mentor for The Smith Family's iTrack program and providing project management assistance to The School Volunteer Program.  She finds that volunteering time and energy to those less fortunate is an effective antidote to life-long depression and the symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.


    The idea for "A Life Singular" originated when Lorraine was 14 years old, and the story has continued to develop since then.  However, three years ago, a new element of the plot triggered a sudden urge to complete the novel, and since then the story has evolved into six separate parts. The book tells the story of a successful celebrity writing his autobiography after the tragic loss of his wife. 


    In essence a love story, the central themes of the "A Life Singular"  serial are triumph over mental illness, the choices we make between right and wrong, the relentless passage of time and how each affects the other.  Some of life's lessons are harder to learn, and some amazing opportunities easier to take.  The trick is always to understand the consequences of our choices, before it's too late...


    This is a program for independent authors who are part of the Books of Excellence Coop. Other independent authors are welcomed as time allows.

  • 01:01

    Bonnie Albers On Air : Coffee and Convo with MEE

    in Spirituality

    Bonnie Albers is a Psychic SPIRIT Medium , RN , Life Coach , Counselor . This is a Metaphysical Talk Show With Audience Participation . Messages , Fun , Laughter

  • 01:00

    Bonnie Albers On Air : Wake Up World ️Coffee and Convo with Bonnie

    in Spirituality

    Bonnie Albers is a Psychic SPIRIT Medium , RN ,Life Coach , counselor 


    Bonnie is Available for Readings , counseling , life coaching 


    www.bonniealbersonair.com 


    SKYPE , FB , Twitter , LI

  • 01:01

    Bonnie Kaye's Straight Wives Talk Show with Expert Donna Andersen

    in Women

    Bonnie Kaye's guest is Donna Andersen, specialist in sociopathic behavior. The term "love fraud" was coined by Donna Andersen, author of Lovefraud.com. She defines love fraud as "the intentional exploitation of an individual through manipulating emotions in a personal relationship."


    Andersen says the people who engage in love fraud are sociopaths. No, they are not all deranged serial killers. But they are social predators—people who live their lives by exploiting others. Technically, mental health professionals diagnose these people as having antisocial personality disorder, borderline personality disorder, narcissism or psychopathy. To Andersen, the official diagnosis is almost irrelevant—the conditions overlap, and all of them are lousy relationship partners.


    "But you'd never know it to meet them," she says. "In the beginning, sociopaths are generally charming, charismatic, exciting and sexy. They act like your dream date long enough to get their hooks into you. Sooner or later, though, you find yourself in a true relationship from hell."


    Andersen learned about sociopaths the hard way—by marrying one. In two years, this man defrauded Andersen of $227,000, cheated with at least six women, fathered a child with one of them and commited bigamy for the 2nd time.


    Now Andersen says these exploitative relationships are totally preventable, if people understand.

  • 01:05

    BONNIE KAYE'S STRAIGHT WIVES TALK SHOW WITH SUZANNE VEARNON

    in Women

    Tonight Bonnie welcomes back her monthly co-hostess Suzette Vearnon. Suzette is a life coach, author, radio show hostess, and motivational speaker. Did we mention an extraordinary singer and new wife? Tonight Bonnie and Suzette will discuss your future relationships after a gay husband and her upcoming workshops on finding the right man.


    Bonnie Kaye, international specialist on women who unknowingly marry gay men affecting 4 million women in this country and millions more around the world, hosts this show. Each week she has guests who are experts in this area to help those women who need to move ahead and heal. Kaye is a counselor, author, and founder of the Straight Wives Club. 


     

  • 01:00

    Books of Excellence with Author Bonnie Kaye

    in Books

    Bonnie Kaye welcomes author Michelle Manning who authored the book Siding With Plato. She was raised in Valencia, California and is a graduate of Arizona State University where she majored in journalism. She worked in the fields of public relations, marketing, social media, and finally to entertainment news.


    Siding With Plato is a romantic laugh-out-loud chick lit novel about being young, beautiful, and a seriously hot mess! Brooke Aarons can't get to college fast enough. Leaving behind her small town life, she intends to transform herself into a brilliant psychologist at the University of Texas, with no distractions to slow her down. But when she finds herself on a double date with the school's notorious playboy - and worse, enjoying it - Brooke has to wonder if she's the one who needs her head examined. James Cartwright's overly glorified jock status, endless bucks, and long line of willing girls should make him a non-starter for Brooke, but as she learns, the psychology behind a bad crush is a whole lot messier of a subject. Maybe Plato was right. Maybe love is a serious mental disease . . . If so there better be a cure before Brooke gets herself in too deep.


    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