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On the next episode of Broad Street Breakdown, join host Ryan Waterman, guest host Kyle Lutz, and a special guest as they look ahead at the upcoming NFL Draft. Many hot topics will be discussed, including the burning question in all Eagles' fans minds...."will Marcus Mariota be wearing Midnight Green, next season?" Ryan will also provide the listeners with a few "teaser" picks from his most recent, and very last NFL Mock Draft, that will be released in its' entirety tomorrow afternoon...exclusively on TalkSportsPhilly.Com. Throughout the show, the phone lines will also be open, as the trio will accept call-ins from listeners. Tune in live at 11 PM EST/8 PM PST for another episode of Broad Street Breakdown, here on BlogTalkRadio!
Peter Rosenberger, author of Hope for the Caregiver, speaker, and podcaster, discusses caregiving and the various aspects of life that this affects. How can you take care of the one you love and look after your finances at the same time? Listen to this interview for support, advice, and hope.
Welcome back to bestselling author Jeanetta Britt. She is a writer and poet and just a real super person, and I’m very proud that she agreed to return to talk once again about her work on the George Wilder Jr. Radio Internet Show. This time she will be discussing her work, ‘Women of Overcoming Faith,’ a real gem. Call in 347-857-1762 to speak to the author or make sure you are there to listen to her advice to why she is an bestselling author. Her show is 4/25/2015 starting at 6:15 pm and anyone who plan on listening go to author Jeanetta Britt www.blogtalkradio.com/georgewilderjr www.georgewilderjr.com
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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview William Dickerson.
William Dickerson is a writer and director whose debut feature film, "Detour," was hailed as an “underground hit” by The Village Voice, an “emotional and psychological roller-coaster ride” by The Examiner, and nothing short of “authentic” by The New York Times. He self-released his metafictional satire, "The Mirror," which opened YoFi Fest’s inaugural film festival in 2013 and he alsoe recently completed his third feature film, "Don’t Look Back," for MarVista Entertainment. His award-winning work has been recognized by film festivals across the country. His first book, "No Alternative," was declared, “a sympathetic coming-of-age story deeply embedded in ‘90s music” by Kirkus Reviews. He currently serves on AFI’s Alumni Executive Board and is a Faculty Member at the New York Film Academy.
Based on his challenges while making his debut “microbudget” film, Detour, Dickerson walks the reader through every aspect of making a film in Hollywood. From style direction to financial obstacles, it’s a detailed guide of the experiences of up and coming filmmakers in Los Angeles.
Kirkus Reviews said Detour: Hollywood is “A breezy guide that takes readers inside the sometimes-hair-raising world of do-it-yourself filmmaking, capturing its many frustrations and challenges.”
THE CANARY with Jacqueline T. Moore
RECIPE FOR ADVENTURE
1 spunky widow
1 hateful church lady
2 sailors & 1 checkerboard
5 little darlin’s + I smarty stinker
Add 1 apron pocket full of jewels
Mix well and bake in the 1890’s Galveston heat
Myra Gallaway, a young widow with five children, supports her family by walking the wharves of Galveston selling homemade sweets. She never imagined she’d be joining forces with husband-hating church society queen, Julia Jameson. Myra’s apron pockets are soon filling up with the unspendables man smuggling sailor friends Sure Foot and Black Jack need to move. The Klondike gold fields are calling hapless dreamers and the boys are all about obliging them, yet everybody knows that a sailor cannot spend what he does not earn.
Some people call Jacqueline T. Moore a snowbird because she spends so much time writing in South Carolina. Not so. She loves the Ohio winters with all the ice and snow. She says, “Traveling south in the summer makes me a sunflower…and a beach bum!” As a writer and educator, Jacqueline surrounds herself with words. She savors the sounds and sense of letters put together to create a lasting memory. Her debut novel, THE CANARY, is inspired by a most beautiful yellow diamond that rests on her finger and the whispered family secrets about how it got there.
Please visit her at www.jacqueline-t-moore.com and on Facebook at Jacqueline T. Moore for conversations and updates on her next book, THE CHECKERBOARD.
Stop by the Beach Author Network on Facebook, 'Like' our page and join in the converstaion with our exceptional group of authors https://www.facebook.com/groups/423531187727589/
In the very first of MANY SupaFi interviews of all things Fiction and Nerd related, we talk to Author D.A. Roberts about his popular book series Ragnarok Rising! His newest book: "Ragnarok Rising: Damnation" is currently being worked on so its the PERFECT TIME to get caught up with the first 4 in time for the newest book to come out! On top of talking about his book series we also will get into what other Nerd lifestlyes he's into, from gaming to anime we are taking it to the next level. Check out his Main Website here: http://ragnarokrising.weebly.com, and his Merch website here: http://www.zazzle.com/ragnarokrising+gifts, Its Time To Get Real With Fiction!
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview David Stone.
A full century later, our picture of World War I remains one of wholesale, pointless slaughter in the trenches of the Western front. Expanding our focus to the Eastern front, as David R. Stone does in this masterly work, fundamentally alters—and clarifies—that picture. A thorough, and thoroughly readable, history of the Russian front during the First World War, this book corrects widespread misperceptions of the Russian Army and the war in the east even as it deepens and extends our understanding of the broader conflict.
Of the four empires at war by the end of 1914—the Austro-Hungarian, Ottoman, German, and Russian—none survived. But specific political, social, and economic weaknesses shaped the way Russia collapsed and returned as a radically new Soviet regime. It is this context that Stone's work provides, that gives readers a more judicious view of Russia's war on the home front as well as on the front lines. One key and fateful difference in the Russian experience emerges here: its failure to systematically and comprehensively reorganize its society for war, while the three westernmost powers embarked on programs of total mobilization.
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