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Antoinette Kuritz stops by Keeping Our Kids Safe today, to talk about the future of writing, publishing, being an author, self publishing, books VS ebooks and blogs… and, Preserving Literature For Our Children's Future!
Hosting over 360 radio shows, she picked the brains of top names in the book industry including NYT authors like Tess Gerritsen, Michael Connelly, Lisa Jackson, Stephen J. Cannell, James Rollins …to name a few.
Antoinette Founded the LaJolla Writers Conference, Celebrating many years as she continues to “pay it forward” providing an inexpensive, informative, intimate... forum for writers everywhere.
Michelle Bart & Erin Runnion Holiday Tips for Keeping Our Kids Safe on the internet!!
Erin Runnion & Michelle Bart Joins Bill on KOKS Radio today to talk about, the Internet during the holidays, and some recent open missing person cases because of the internet... here is some extra info: Resources and Materials and NWCAVE.org
Michelle Bart Specializes in: Human Trafficking, Kidnapping & Missing Children...
Erin Runnion, is a Child Advocate and Founder of The Joyful Child Foundation, In 2002, a bright and beautiful girl named Samantha Runnion, just 11 days shy of her sixth birthday, was abducted from her Orange County front yard while playing with her best friend.
About the Author: Helen Stringer A storyteller since her Liverpool, England childhood, Helen Stringer’s first job was researching the family history of the Earls of Sefton at their estate, Croxteth Hall. The vast, empty old mansion, opened to the public for tours, became a the buildings in her books. In America, Helen attended film school, worked in the entertainment industry and then at an entertainment law firm. Like so many writers, her writing was done second shift. While working and learning how the industry works, Helen began working on SPELLBINDER, getting great advice from a partner in the firm. Helen now lives in a barn at the back of her parents’ house with a bunch of cats and a ton of books. Her books, Spellbinder and Belladonna are intended to stir the imagination of middle-schoolers on either side of the pond. Find out more at: HelenStringer.net
January Jones-Try Talking to Our Kids?
Nationally recognized psychologist and author Dr. James Sutton is a plain-speaking expert who deeply values his early experiences as a teacher. He offers a common sense, relationship-based approach to child behavior and family harmony. His many years of experience and his compassion for young people will come through loud and clear as he shares with your audience ideas that work.
(Many of them are in his latest book, The Changing Behavior Book: A Fresh Approach to the Difficult Child.)
Dear Keeping Our Kids Safe Radio Family, At this time of year, we give thanks for loyal friends, followers and supporters like you. Your patronage and support has helped make the world a little safer for children.
Remember when the kids are off from school, they are outside playing, inside of movie theaters, shopping malls and over at their friends home. We want to be-aware of where are the kids at all times and who they are with. You can make a difference! Make your community aware that there options like KOKSRadio.com and child safety programs, by sharing it with your friends and neighbors. Please have a safe holiday!
Speak Life Radio ~ Coaching Our Kids To Success!
Blessings and welcome back to another amazing show. It is so important for our kids to have positive role models in their lives along with programs that will help them to succeed in life. We at Speak Life Radio are honored to have our next guest on the show Coach Kevin Pollins who does just that. Coach P as the kids call him is a Team/Individual trainer, Motivational Speaker for student athletes grades 7-12 with curriculum. He is also an Educator and Founder of Get Real Basketball Inc. The mission of Get Real Basketball is to provide and prepare student athletes to excel academically and athletically with a reality based curriculum which will develop a tenacious attitude, "To Succeed academically and Athletically.' Our kids need our support now more then ever. We must come alongside programs such as Get Real Basketball and others that provide a safe and nurturing environment for our kids to have healthy growth and learn successful life principals! Please join us!!
We will ask Dr Kenyatta Cavil of The THG Agency how HBCU'S can teach their black student/athletes how to avoid situations that can lead them to confrontations with the police.
Dr Wilmer J Leon III, Syndicated talk show host on XM Satellite Radio will give us his thoughts on the situation in Ferguson Missouri and the latest in politics.
OUR ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION: What do we tell our kids to do when approached by police officers who think they may be guilty or a suspect in a crime?
Join L.A., Tony "TEE-MAC" McClean, Vinny Hardy and Vigalantee Truth@for all the great discussions.
Listen beginning at 6pm EST at www.blogtalkradio.com/la-batchelor or listen on your phone at 646-929-0130
If you miss the show you can listen to the Podcast at therealvigalantee.com
AND DON'T FORGET TO CHECK OUT:
1. Wildcat Wednesday with Vinny Hardy and Terry Brown airing every Wednesday from 6pm to 8pm EST.
2. Inside The Locker Room with Ant and Liv every Thursday from 6p to 7p EST.
2. The Batchelor Pad Thursday edition beginning at 7pm EST and hosted by LA Batchelor and TonyMcClean
Gun Laws and The Future of Our Kids
Are your kids really safe??? Ask yourself the question and do your research on the number of gun crimes in your area and you will be amazed with the answer.
Tune in with us next Sunday at 6:30pm est as we way in on this epidemic we face in the world today.
in Weight Loss
We will talk more about the mental aspect of obesity and its effect on our kids. A parent's hectic lifestyle has a ripple effect on our kids well-being which is not positive. We as adults must look at how we are managing our stress and neglecting the needs of our kids. We are the tree and the kids are the fruit of the tree. If we as adults are not healthy within then we should also expect to bear unhealthy fruit... our kids.
Pound bye Pound is a weight loss blog that will follow the journey of four women, all traveling different paths to get to their weight loss goals. Along the way we will be sharing our losses and victories, posting recipes and reaching out to each other for tips, tricks and support. We also invite you to listen to our BlogTalkRadio show which airs every Sunday night at 8:30pm EST. About our hosts
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"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything." Plato Debi Dutton and Elissa Sungar, creators of If Not You, Who.org are here with Productive Play on Word of Mom Radio - the show for Mompreneurs - the NEW Business Woman, Their show shares great ways to productively play with your children.
Centuries ago, mankind was aware of the impact of music and now research shows how important it is to have a young child involved in music. Productive Play will share some information, songs and ways to put music into a child's life that will benefit him now and in the future. Join is for a fun 30 minute podcast and learn how to share the gift of music with your children.
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Word of Mom Radio - sharing the wisdom of women.
Some things our parents said to us made us more curious to learn certain things about growing up, I can remember my best friends mom was very over bearing and when we went to college she became the freak of the campus.I remember parents that taught their kids the word of GOD and they were more out there then I was, and they actually went to church every Sunday. Can Christian parents actually provoke theyre children to sinful temptations by holding on to tightly? Or is being laxed and laid back allowing them to make choices once they become teenagers to see what theyre made of from the word of God youve taught them? Why are kids so rebellious and refuse to obey? Could it be we're all causing this? Who plays a role in this saga? And how am I to end if it continues? Is there hope for our kids? Is there hope for the parents? Join us Sunday night at 10pm central as we discover the answers to these questions.
Although there are many common truths and shared experiences in addiction and recovery, family dynamics may differ from person to person. When it comes to motherhood, there is no magic formula or handbook for anything including talking to our kids about recovery. What we can do is share our experiences and perspectives with one another, and be willing to thoughtfully consider the best fit for our family. This episode explores a variety of positions, from being completely open to selectively shielding our children from our experiences, and why those choices make sense.