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The Speculative Fiction Cantina: your weekly hypodermic injection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, steampunk, and things weird and wonderful in the world of books and writers. We ask authors the hard questions. You'll hear from writers who bend the rules and drive the narrative. Join S. Evan Townsend on this journey over the rainbow and through the looking glass. And remember to take the red pill.
Today's Guests are Max Salnikov and Allaina Daniels
Double Five: Ten Stories of Speculative Fiction
Tyro Vogel’s Extatica
Infinity (book one of the Xandrian Circle)
More information on these authors and links to their novels is at blog.sevantownsend.com.
Listen as Women tell stories of Cutting, Starving and Binging in an effort to warn off Intolerable Pain...While these coping mechanisms are hurtful ways to manage pain, the feelings these women were trying to avoid were much more painful. Invited Women will tell their stories of healing and learning to love themselves in spite of their flaws. Daniel L. Hollar, Ph.D. clinical psychologist will add context to these stores of healing with a discuss on his book and his research on suicide and eating disorders. Suicide rate, self-injurious behaviors and eating disorders are most frequently seen in women with African American women experiencing a dramatic increase. Lets create a Women's circle of healing, affirmation and support for thousands of women living with intolerable pain. Join us as will discuss causes and solutions as well as how to affirm and support Women who use these destructive coping behaviors to cope with intolerable pain and body distortions.
Sara convinces Rip that another way to stop Vandal Savage would be to take away his resources. Rip locates the bank where Savage keeps his money, and he and Sara go there to steal the funds. They realize that Savage's men are guarding the bank, so they take one captive to gain information on Savage. They learn that Savage is using Carter's blood to give his own men longer lives. Rip and his team engage Savage and reclaim Carter's body, but Rip inadvertently gives Savage the information he will eventually use to kill Rip's wife and son. Meanwhile, Kendra's condition worsens, requiring Ray to shrink down and enter her bloodstream to stop pieces of the dagger that stabbed Kendra from reaching her heart. Snart attempts to change his own family's fate by preventing his father from entering prison, but his efforts ultimately change nothing. Rip charts a course for 1986 to intercept Savage again.
It's about damned time that we get our own voice on The Bad Habits Network! Join all of us B*tches as we talk about life for us and help out our fellow B*tches.
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Lori Rader-Day's debut The Black Hour received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, Booklist, and Library Journal and was a finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Her new mystery, Little Pretty Things, was released in July. Born and raised in central Indiana, she now lives with her husband and dog in Chicago. Her fiction has appeared in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, Time Out Chicago, The Madison Review, and others. Lori is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and International Thriller Writers. Rader-Day’s debut mystery, The Black Hour, won the 2014 Anthony Award for Best First Novel and was a finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Her second novel, Little Pretty Things, received a starred review from Booklist and was named a 2015 “most arresting crime novel” byKirkus Reviews. She lives in Chicago. Visit her at LoriRaderDay.com or on Twitter at @LoriRaderDay.
This is a copyrighted podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Find us on social media! Thank you to our underwriters author D.D. Corbitt and Poised Pen Productions. Thanks to Robert Gregory Browne.
C. Clark Jefferson was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, and has constantly capitalized on her creative juices since her Girl Scout days. As a child, she participated in book clubs, and in 2003, she wrote a stage play within a matter of hours. In addition to writing her first novel, Love Theories, she is also a playwright, lifestyle blogger, and magazine correspondent. Find out more at DaWriteDiva.com and SoInLoveWithLife.weebly.com.
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Michelle Cuttino is the “Queen of Plus-Size Fiction,” and serves as a body positive advocate, talk radio host, and motivational speaker. She is President of Big Body Publishing and Big Body Broadcasting. She is a columnist for four publications, and a plus-size lifestyle and publishing industry blogger. Cuttino is the author of Love & Happiness, Love Is Blind, and Me & Mrs. Jones, an eBook series adaptation of her screenplay once optioned with Queen Latifah’s Flavor Unit Films. Cuttino is also co-author of the erotica anthology, Zane Presents… Cougar Cocktales, under Zane’s Strebor/Simon & Schuster imprint. Read more at MichelleCuttino.com.
Author K.L. Sterling will talk to us about her book, "I'm Enough", Which is available on Amazon.com. I'm Enough: The synopsis: In the prime of her life, Niki, a beautiful professional young woman becomes captivated by a charming welleducated young man, David. The two were instantly attracted to one another and they become quite the duo. committed to making the relationship flourish, Niki relocates to begin a new life with David...You have to tune to the broadcast to hear the rest of the delicious details...
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Hello Everyone! My name is Michelle Cornwell Jordan one of your hosts. My co-host Jamie White is also joining me, and tonight we have the opportinity to chat with HARLEQUIN Romance Author Deborah Fletcher Mello!
About the Author: Deborah was born and raised in Fairfield County, Connecticut, but now calls the rolling farms of North Carolina home. A city girl with a country spirit, Deborah is a bestselling author of a growing list of romance novels.
A true Renaissance woman, Deborah's many career paths have included working as a retail buyer and size model for a national women's clothing chain, a finance manager for a well-known beverage organization, a sales manager for an infamous candy company, a telecommunications administrator and corporate trainer for a hotel-owning company, an art gallery director for a world-renowned artist and an administrative consultant for multiple organizations. Her writing experience also encompasses twenty-plus years of scripting technical resources and training documentation for numerous corporations throughout the United States and abroad. Deborah is also an inactive, licensed real estate broker and general building contractor.
Contact: Deborah loves to hear from her readers and invites you to write her at P.O. Box 1421, Hillsborough, NC 27278 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
World history don't write about God, but of Goddessesand Gods. When the white men of Italian produced the 325 A.D. Christian holy bible, it of unprecedented value to regard the character as one having date of birth, with parent, and in this case only a man accepts gardianship of God's cradle. This issue may sound strange to some, because many people have serious etymological hinderance from having clarityof subject matter in communication.
Dr. Joel Hoffman
Author, Speaker, and Scholar
Some stories in the Bible were meant to be history, others fiction. But modernity has obscured the original distinction between the two kinds of biblical writing, depriving readers of the depth of the text. Perhaps surprisingly, this confusion lies at the heart of the History Channel's miniseries "The Bible," which continues the pattern of blurring history and fiction, and thereby misrepresenting the nature of the Bible to its viewers.
Recorded live, January 30th, 2016 at the Birmingham Baldwin Library.
AJ Rowe reads from and discusses his steam punk novel, The Exodus Project.
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If you're going to be in the Birmingham, MI area and would like to attend a recording of Meet The Pack, you're in luck: the event is open to the public! Walk right in to meet the authors, ask your own questions, and hear yourself on the next episode! Events held at the end of every month. Check out www.greywolfepublishing.com/Events.html for more information, and an up-to-date calendar of all upcoming events.
John Gilstrap is the New York Times bestselling author of Friendly Fire, Nick of Time, Against All Enemies, End Game, Soft Targets, High Treason, Damage Control, Threat Warning, Hostage Zero, No Mercy, Nathan’s Run, At All Costs, Even Steven, Scott Free and Six Minutes to Freedom. Four of his books have been purchased or optioned for the Big Screen. In addition, John has written four screenplays for Hollywood, adapting the works of Nelson DeMille, Norman McLean and Thomas Harris. He will co-produce the film adaptation of his book, Six Minutes to Freedom, which should begin filming in the spring of 2016 for a 2017 release.
A frequent speaker at literary events, John also teaches seminars on suspense writing techniques at a wide variety of venues, from local libraries to The Smithsonian Institution. Outside of his writing life, John is a renowned safety expert with extensive knowledge of explosives, weapons systems, hazardous materials, and fire behavior. John lives in Fairfax, VA.
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