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Meet Christian Science Fiction Writer JW Luff and his love for revealing the gospel theough science fiction !
Efrain Palermo is a fiction writer who has his first book ALIEN CARTEL, the first in a three part trilogy out on the market. I felt that Efrain's work is brilliant enough to spotlight him on On The Beam Radio Show.
"The head of a Colombian drug cartel captures an alien shot down by his men and coerces the extraterrestrial to use its advanced technology to enhance his cocaine empire. It is up to DEA Special Agent Paul Brittany to discover the source of a new type of cocaine that is hitting the streets. His team uncovers an alien invasion plot 10,000 years in the making that could spell the end of mankind."
Host Author Jeanette Michelle
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Tonights guest interview is with Author Deno Sandz - Horror Fiction writer. He will discuss his books, writing journey, up and coming projects and his new release to be realeased this May 2014.
To read his Press Release and a link to his website go to www.iamdark.com/onspotlight.html.
Topics for tonights show will be a continuation from last night
"Dr. Henrik Clark"
"What's up with Porsha"
"America is Barbaric"
"Feng Shui Tips"
For additional information contact Henry at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Faricy is the Award Winning Author of Crime Fiction Mysteries woven together with a rich strain of humor and even some romance.
Mike is currently working on his latest top-secret project. He graduated High School from and earned a BA in history from .
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GD brings Christian Non-Fiction Writer, Sheldon Newton to "A Touch of Grace," on Thursday, 12/19/2013, at 1:30PM [pacific standard time].
More about Sheldon:
Sheldon D. Newton was born again at the age of thirteen and filled with the Holy Spirit shortly thereafter. After receiving the Call of God into the ministry, he began teaching and preaching the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ at the age of fifteen, and has been actively involved in ministry for over thirty years. His burning desire is to see believers established in the faith, rooted and grounded in Christ Jesus, living transformed lives through the application of timeless godly principles.
This Divine Calling continues to take him throughout the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, and around the world, proclaiming that Jesus Christ is the way, the truth and the life.
Bishop Newton is a pastor, teacher and seminar lecturer. He is the noted author of various life-changing books, including: Humility and the Honor of God, The Sword of the Spirit, Diligence to the Things of God, Be Ye Transformed, How to Live for Christ As A Youth, My Name is Jealous, and Practical Principles of Success.
Bishop Newton is the senior pastor of Jesus Christ Centered Ministries International, in Nassau, Bahamas and also serves as overseer and advisor to various churches and ministries. His ministry’s motto is: “to feed the people of God with the Word of God, raising up effective leaders, living by the standard of His Word and the Utterance of His Voice, manifesting His power, setting others free.” Bishop Newton resides in Nassau, Bahamas with his wife and two children.
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack is proud to welcome Peg Brantley, writer and blogger, to the studio. About Ms. Brantley : A Colorado native, Peg Brantley is a member of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and Sisters In Crime. She and her husband make their home southeast of Denver, and have shared it with the occasional pair of mallard ducks and their babies, snapping turtles, peacocks, assorted other birds, foxes, a deer named Cedric and a bichon named McKenzie.
A note from Peg: When I was almost finished writing the first draft of THE MISSINGS, a character came into the story. I only intended him for a very small role. Instead, he threatened to derail the entire story and take it over. He was that strong, and I was that close to finishing. It was a battle. I promised him his own book if he would just back off. He did, and Mex Anderson got to play a much bigger role in THE SACRIFICE. Beginning with my second book, I've tried to lightly touch on a social issue. My hope is that it could bring about some discussion, maybe even shed a little different perspective. With THE MISSINGS, it was illegal immigration and organ donation. With THE SACRIFICE, it's living with depression.
This is a copywrited podcasts owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC and produced by Pam Stack
Author Tonya M. Barber
This weeks guest is Tonya M. Barber, also known as Lady T, currently resides in Newark, New Jersey with her three children. She has been writing poetry since the age of 12. A number of her poems have appeared in anthologies in the United Kingdom, and she also published a limited edition poetry address book and a poetry diary. Her recent works include A Journey Through The Window of My Soul, The Journey Continues, Drama in the Bricks, The Other Side Of Me,Changing The Game 1,2,3, Misty's Blues and I Can Love You Past Your Pain.
About Your Host Jeff "DJ Gatsby" Wilson
Public Access TV Talk Show Host Jeff "DJ Gatsby" Wilson Hits The Blog Talk Radio Scene With His New Show "Who's Who In African American Literature". The New And Innovative Show Comes on The Heels Of The Up-Coming Book & The Successful Website Which All Go By The Same Name. DJ Gatsby a/k/a The Voice Of Urban Lit Invites You To Meet & Greet Some Of Todays New & Upcoming Authors As Well As Poets, Comics, Singers, Rappers, Actors & Celeb's From Music, Sports & Entertainment.
Join me as I speak with Alexis De Veaux: Author • Poet • Activist about her newest work of love, Yabo.
Alexis De Veaux was born and raised in Harlem, the product of two merging streams of black history in New York City-immigrants from the Caribbean on her mother’s side and migrants from North Carolina on her father’s side-who settled in Harlem in the early decades of the twentieth century. The second of eight children, that history was embedded in her mother’s view of life: “You got three strikes against you. You poor, you black, and you female.” But Alexis was drawn to the world of words and books and literature soon became the means by which she re-imagined the world her mother understood.
As an artist and lecturer she has traveled extensively in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Latin America, Japan, and Europe. Alexis published a second award-winning children’s book, An Enchanted Hair Tale (1987) before moving to Buffalo; where she finished graduate school, earning a doctorate in American Studies, in 1992. A project nearly ten years in the making, her biography of Audre Lorde, Warrior Poet (2004) has been the recipient of several awards, including the Gustavus Meyers Outstanding Book Award (2004), the Lambda Literary Award for Biography (2004), the Hurston/Wright Foundation Legacy Award, Non-fiction (2005). Her work is available in English, Spanish, Dutch, Japanese, and Serbo-Croatian.
With her new work, Yabo, Alexis has returned to her first love: writing fiction.
Armed with a BS in journalism from the University of Illinois and an MBA, with honors, from the University of Chicago, Mike Bushman spent twenty-five years working in the interwoven worlds of national and global government, business and the media. He retired in 2012 as the top policy and communications executive for a global sustainability services company to pursue a new career as an author. Mike has been married for more than twenty-five years to his wife Cathy. They are the proud parents of Matt and Shannon.
Mike’s first two novels, Melting Point 2040 and Secession 2041, tell action-suspense stories of a future America segregating toward division. He is currently writing a third novel in that series describing a pathway toward reuniting America around a common but politically neglected moral principle
This is an interview episode of The Graveyard Cowboy Poetry Show where Clint interviews novelist and blogger Mark Hull, talks about self-publishing, blogging, and the new world of fiction and book-promoting. The interview is candid and casual. Mark talks about his studies in Philosophy at Emory University and how they have influenced and shaped his methods of envisioning narratives....
Sunny Frazier trained as a journalist and wrote for a city newspaper, military and law enforcement publications. After working 17 years with the Fresno Sheriff's Department, 11 spent as Girl Friday with an undercover narcotics team, it dawned on her that mystery writing was her real calling. Both “Fools Rush In” and “Where Angels Fear” are based on actual cases with a bit of astrology, a habit Frazier has developed over the past 42 years. To learn more, go to http://www.sunnyfrazier.com
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