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Join Marcus Blake and Brendan Smith tonight on That Nerd Show as we talk aboutThe Best and Worst Dystopian Movies & TV Shows. Hollywood thinks the future isn't that bright, so we will be talking about The Best and Worst Dystopian Movies & TV Shows. Listen to the show at thatnerdshow.com @ 10pm cst.
At sixteen, Shannon A Thompson became the young-adult author of "November Snow.” Since then, Shannon has had poetry, a short story, and more novels published. Her latest trilogy released by AEC Stellar Publishing, and the first novel in this young-adult, paranormal romance was awarded Goodreads Book of the Month in July, 2013. The first book of her Trilogy "Minutes Before Sunset", the second book, "Seconds Before Sunrise", and all of her books are available on Amazon.com: www.amazon.com/Shannon-A.-Thompson/e/B00AXANG76/
She recently graduated from the University of Kansas with a bachelor’s degree in English with an emphasis on creative writing. After working as an author and then a Social Media Marketer, Thompson became the C.O.O. of AEC Stellar Publishing, Inc.
Shannon spends her free time writing, but she loves spending time with her father and brother. She also has one black cat named after her favorite actor, Humphrey Bogart.
We are excited to chat about her new book: "Take Me Tomorrow" - a Young Adult Dystopian Genre novel!
Visit her website at: ShannonAThompson.com
Imagine being in middle school, a 12 year old aspiring writer. You become brave and show your Librarian your very first full manuscript. The reaction you receive is less than supportive. Shandy Kurth was that 12 year old. I for one am thankful that she did not let this occurance stop her dreams from happening. We will touch base on how she overcame that hurdle and talk about her journey to publishing five books to date! We will discuss how this author finds time to be out in the work force, a wife, a mother and then finds the time to be an author as well.
You can find Shandy at the following links: http://www.facebook.com/ShandyLKurth, http://amzn.to/1tWpwHl, http://twitter.com/Skurth17
This is a coyrighted and trademarked podcast solely owned and operated by Authors on the Air Global Radio Network, LLC.
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I would like to thank Michael Lowndes and our corporate sponsers, PML Media & Author Marketing Hub you can find them on the web at http://www.pmlmedia.com and http://www.authormarketinghub.com.
Entering the Star Chamber Show this Wednesday at 9pm EST. in the approach to Imaginarium 2014 are two of the guests to be appearing there! Authors Christopher Kokoski and Anderson O'Donnell will both be dropping by for a visit with our group of hosts!
And now for a little about each of them!
About Christopher: Christopher is a writer, speaker, national trainer, Christian, husband and father. He has presented at local and national conferences on a wide spectrum of topics including communication, public speaking, body language, cultural sensitivity, storytelling, behavioral change and influence.
He is the author of the standalone paranormal thriller, Dark Halo, the Past Lives novel series, the short story Drown published in the collection Man-Made Troubles and the forthcoming, Not By the Hair of My Chinny Chin Chin, which will be published in the collection, Imagination Reimagined in April 2014. The sequel in the Past Lives series is due out in 2014.
About Anderson: Obsessed with Dystopian/noir fiction, the Clash, and his two sons, Anderson O’Donnell holds an undergraduate degree in English from the College of the Holy Cross. He has studied creative writing extensively with biopunk genre master Jack O’Connell and poet Robert Cording, whose work influenced Kingdom’s high/low culture dynamic. Anderson lives in Collinsville, CT, with his family.
So join us this Wednesday at 9pm EST to meet not just one, but two fantastic authors!
Authors on the Air presents two of the biggest names in indie books today. Please join author Russell Blake when he sits down with author Hugh Howey to discuss the state of books, what's happening in publishing and more, on this special edition of Authors on the Air. Join the conversation by calling and speaking to these two brilliant authors at 347-884-8266.
Thanks to Russell Blake for sitting in for regular host Pam Stack and to Hugh Howey for coming back to Authors on the Air. Visit Russell on the web at http://russellblake.com and Hugh at http://www.hughhowey.com. For more about the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network please find us on the web at http://authorsontheair.com or follow us on Twitter @authorsontheair.
Sponsorship provided by Cherry Adair at http://www.cherryadair.com and her online store at http://cherryadair.shop.com. Lindsay McKenna, author of over 100 books for HQN and Harlequin on the web at http://lindsaymckenna.com. Thanks you to NYT thriller writer J. Carson Black on the web at http://jcarsonblack.com and her latest Cyril Landry book HARD RETURN at http://amzn.to/XG6c3A. Thank you Robert Gregory Browne for our theme music.
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In this episode our hosts speak with Darryl Edwards. Darryl developed the primal play methodology to inspire others to make activity truly fun while getting incredibly healthier, fitter, and stronger in the process.
00:18 - Introduction to Darryl Edwards
00:44 - From the corporate world to the fitness world
02:55 - Health markers of a danger zone
04:34 - Primal fitness as a gateway to a paleo lifestyle
08:45 - Focusing on health
10:09 - From the aesthetic to the functional
11:27 - What fun and play mean and why they are important
15:16 - A more liberating approach to fitness
17:17 - Getting people off the couch and moving instead
19:37 - Getting kids moving well, playing, and creating good habits
22:53 - The meaning of play for adults
25:46 - A typical training session
28:07 - The definitions of health and fitness
31:00 - Child versus adult mentality
34:00 - The future of fitness: dystopian and utopian
37:51 - Fulfilling and discovering fitness potential
39:36 - Short questions related to exercise and movement
49:02 - Darryl's details and upcoming project
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable reviews Transformers: Age of Extinction! Is it on par with the first three? Is it any better than the first three? Might it actually be worse? Do the Dinobots actually make an appearance? Is it time for Michael Bay to walk away from the franchise? Can Michael Bay actually be considered an auteur, or is he merely a skilled technician? Is the franchise beyond redemption at this point? Is the source material too inane to be made palatable for adults?
We’ll also be reviewing the sci-fi actioner Snowpiercer! Can it be considered a modern day fable? Is it on par with other dystopian sci-fi classics like The Matrix and The Road Warrior? Has director Bong Joon-ho managed to upstage his Hollywood brethren? Has Chris Evans become one of our most dependable leading men? Can he now be considered a fanboy favorite? Does this film show that groundbreaking sci-fi can be made on a meager budget?
Lastly, we’ll be celebrating the 25th anniversary of Do the Right Thing! It is still relevant after all these years? Is it evenhanded in its portrayal of race relations in America? Were critics right to fear that it might set off race riots around the country? Can Spike Lee still make films of this caliber? Is “Fight the Power” the greatest rap song to ever appear on a motion picture soundtrack? Does the film offer an accurate portrait of Koch-era New York?
Host Author Jeanette Michelle and Co-host DjJappuck
Author/Noevelist Sheldon Greene will talk about his novels and his latest Creation After the Parch.
After the Parch is a fast-paced, vivid, dystopian fantasy with a chilling resemblance to the way we are, and a vision of what we might become. It's a well-crafted story and the plot flows naturally from one crisis to another, with three-dimensional characters right up to the taut and positive climax.
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We will be talking to writer, Jacob Thomas, about this new comic book series, Metal: A Black Dawn and the Kickstarter he has kicked off as of Monday, the 23rd. They are shooting for just $3,000 to get the issues off the ground floor. Come by and find out more about this unique project and its creators.
On Monday, June 23rd, Jacob Thomas will be launching a Kickstarter Campaign for creator-owned series titled “Metal: A Black Dawn”.
“Pharmaceutical drugs are the number one choice in the near dystopian future. Crime is at its highest rate it has ever been and numbers fallen to cancer has risen dramatically. A scientist discovers the very same tumor whom his wife suffered – and died from – on the frontal lobe of his brain. Driven by passion, love and anger, he develops a new yet controversial technology that not only rids him of his cure but becomes societies worst nightmare”
Update 6/21: 11×17 Prints of the cover, which you see below, will be available on Monday at the Kickstarter Party for $10/print. Come on out to support this creator-owned series at Jesse James Comics in Peoria, Arizona starting at 230pm.
In this episode of Indie Book Rebels we're going to talk with author Mark Gardner, indie author of several works including: Paradox; a short story, and three compact novels, Body Rentals & Forlorn Hope and Escape.
Mark Gardner lives in central Arizona with his wife of 14 years, two school-age children and a black lab. Mark has a degree in computer systems and applications, and is currently attending Northern Arizona University, enrolled in the Applied Human Behavior program. Mark does his writing on an old Apple eMac and iPad utilizing Apple iWork Pages and iCloud.
We'll talk about his books, which cross several genres, from techo-thriller to dystopian. We'll discuss his journey as a writer, and his newest fantasy novel coming out soon called Champion Standing.
And since, Mark is in the middle of a crowdfunding campaign to raise both funds and awareness of upcoming work, we'll spend time discussing crowdfunding in general, and how an Indie author can take advantage of it. Help Mark with his Kickstarter Campaign for Fantasy Novel Champion Standing
This week, the Black Geeks review "The Rover" directed by Aussie auteur David Michod. "The Rover" is the story of one unnamed man's desperate attempt to track his stolen car through the Australian outback in a dystopian near future. Along the way, the man, played by a terrifying Guy Pearce, meets a disparate assemblage of unsettling characters all just as desperate as him. His relationship with Rey, an almost unrecognizable Robert Pattinson, begins as a hostile alliance and develops into something much more. The film culminates in a surprising and touching end. This is not George Miller territory though the comparisons seem unavoidable. Tune in to find out if you need to see this movie in the theatres RIGHT NOW, or if you can just pop in your copy of Mad Max and call it a night.
This week Adam, Robby, and Dan battle to the death with the “Gremlins of the Internet” while also talking about the concept of a "Trade Bag" or a specific kit that is individualized to a person's skill set for trade of services in a dystopian type situation. The guys also talk camp systems with Hammocks and other outdoor gear related topics in another episode of the Equip 2 Endure Podcast.
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