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Brandy’s passion for writing began long before she actually sat down to write. As a child, she has had an obsession with reading. Everything from the classic stories by Jane Austen to YA Fiction by Richelle Mead. Finally, in 2012, she decided to create her own stories for people to fall in love with. Brandy bounces back and forth writing both Romance and Young Adult Fiction (which is mainly just for fun).
At the beginning of 2014, Brandy signed a contract with a publishing company called Booktrope. She is very excited about the next chapter of her life and cannot wait to share her books with everyone to read.
When she isn’t writing, she can be found chasing after her husband, her four children and her black lab, Diesel. Or curled up on her favorite corner of the couch with her newest book.
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Brandy is a busy lady -- between kids and a husband, she's got a lot on her plate. But that doesn't stop her from writing. Listen and be inspired by this focused mom of four and her positive approach to writing. If you've ever struggled with the excuse, "I don't have time to write," this episode is for you! Learn more about her Say Something series -- her first book is already available for your reading pleasure! -- her research on Molotov cocktails, and her intense fear of Elmo.
Upcoming guests for May, June and July 2014:
Marni Mann - Pulled Beneath
Jessica Gordon - Becoming Mrs. Walsh
K'wan - Black Lotus
Brandy Jellum - If I Say Yes
Lisa Fender & Toni Burns - Fable (The Lorn Prophecy)
Tara Lee Reed - Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda
H.H. Fowler - Church Boyz
Glynis Astie - French Toast
Dewayne Alexander Smith - Forty Acres
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Today's Show: Join Brandy for the introductory mini-episode of her new weekly broadcast specifically designed to deliver life and promise to the hurting heart.
Brandy explains why we all need to understand God's love in a deeper way and how God's love was the catalyst in her own inner healing. She highlights some of her upcoming episodes, which will target indivdual unwanted emotions each week such as rejection, depression, anxiety, and more. Every episode will be enveloped in understanding God's love in a fresh way and how the revelation of its depths will minister in your own healing.
Learn more about God's passionate love for you every day. Join Brandy on social media.
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I've come to my high school high days, and yes I mean high. It's an all R&B mix and if you remember the game went from New Jack Swing to full blown singing over Hip Hop beats almost overnight. I really need to go longer than an hour on these mixes. Anyway somewhat from memory lane, enjoy.
True to her Texas honky-tonk roots, Sunny Sweeney has never been a singer of what you’d call “soft” country songs — the kind you might turn to for easy comfort and or quiet Sunday afternoons with the family. Hell, you can tell just by the titles of her first two albums — Heartbreaker’s Hall of Fame and Concrete — that she reaches straight for the hard stuff. So when this woman sees fit to name her third album Provoked, you better believe she’s not about to start playing coy now. No, this is where the real hurtin’ starts, and Sweeney’s showing no mercy … least of all to herself.
On Provoked—produced by Luke Wooten—Sweeney’s singing it all from first-hand experience, and she’s not always singing from the perspective of an innocent victim, either. The album embodies the same mix of toughness and vulnerability that appealed to so many fans of Sweeney’s first two albums, but with an added level of tested-by-fire resilience that deepens the music’s emotional resonance. The songs range from the heart-on-sleeve honesty of “My Bed,” “Uninvited” and “Sunday Dress” to the raucous barroom rave-ups of “You Don’t Know Your Husband” and “Everybody Else Can,” and follow Sweeney’s turbulent and unabashedly personal roller coaster ride from reckless abandon (“Bad Girl Phase”; co-written by Brandy Clark) to yearning (“Find Me”) to candid self-reflection (“Second Guessing”) to the bittersweet defeat (“Carolina on the Line”) to, finally, the healing embrace of happiness (“Used Cars”).
11am CST: Finding My Way With Kayla Padgett: This English/Korean Talk Show hosted by Award Winning Recording Artist, Kayla Padgett is a breath of fresh air that WOWS you with wisdom.
Pastor Paul K Reed and Co-Pastor Debra Reed Of New Friendship Baptist Church and West Tennessee Overseer Full Gospel Fellowship!
11:35am: BSW Girls To Host Finding My Way With Kayla Padgett Radio Show!
Guest Radio Hosts:
Genesis David, Brandy Garrett, Yazmine Lyles, Chelsea Moore, Kaylah Sharp and Mariah Clear, Founder and CEO Crystal Clark Of Beautiful Spirited Women!
12pm CST: A Voice For Our Time Radio Program
Host: Charlana Kelly
Featured Guest: Pastor Nadeem
Join host Charlana Kelly and her guest Pastor Nadeem on Wednesday, July 16 at Noon Central as they talk about the persecuted church in Pakistan and how his ministry is reaching, preaching and teaching Jesus Christ in a nation whose blasphemy law calls for the death of those who do.
#TRUTHmatters #SPEAKup #BeAVoiceforOurTime
I know you are in the backyard. Got the anti bug candles? are all the ribs cooked? Is the wine chilled? A merlot would be nice. Is there any brandy? I prefer Christian bros American Honey. Now it's time for you and that special someone to get in that oversized hammock and chill. This is The House of Funk. And it's CUDDLE TIME! sorry... didn't mean to yell. it's cuddle time........
Americans are killing themselves, they are others, and they are commiting suicide. Whether it be in our eating habits, our physical health, our mental health or our bad habits we need to understand that we are killing ourselves and others.
Dr. Matt Mason from www.masonwellness.com will be talking with us about chiropratic health, and chemicals in our everyday foods.
Dr. Brandy will be talking about the behavioral health and how it is causing or not causing mass shootings on our school campuses.
Dr. Carl Hart at Neuroscientist will be discussing his new book "High Price" a self-discovery that will challenge everything you know about drugs and society.
Tune in and Voice your View 347-945-5229
Wait a minute. "Hood Disease"? The CDC (Center for Disease Control) actually made that term official? What is "hood disease" you ask? It's something that the CDC estimates that 30% of U.S. youths suffer from a form of post traumatic stress disorder that occurs from frequent trauma. Gun violence experienced in certain neighborhoods is equivalent to gunfire in war. It is said to be the cause of a lot of innter city youth not learning.
Do you agree that living in certain bad neighborhoods is equivalent to Fallujah during war time? Does the priority to survive, stress in not having money, and struggle to eat healthy cause PTSD?
Owner of her own counseling and consulting service, Brandy J. Flynn, returns to T2Q to give her expert opinion on the validity of the diagnosis as well as discuss other mental health topics.
All of these things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!
"No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 348
Scheduled for 60 mins.