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Cripes, Have you ever been on an adventure?
This is part one of my journey to Switzerland for The Geneva Writer's Group Convention.
Listen to what my experience as a West Virginia Homeschool mom who travels oversea alone for the first time to discover her dream.
An adventure with Book Talk With Ginger Dawn is always entertaining and well maybe just a tad bit inspiring.
Love, Lust and Breaking the Chains of Shame
This week, Ginger Dawn chats with Justice St. Rain about his books - The Secret of Emotions and Love, Lust and the Longing for God.
And for her musical interlude, Ginger has chosen Breaking the Chains by Kevin MacLeod.
Never a dull moment with Ginger Dawn!
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Anyone up for a trip to the sea shore?
This week Ginger Dawn takes us to the sea shore to explore. One of her inspirations is the book by Theodore Carl Soderberg called Uncharted Waters.
And in typical Ginger Dawn gala and extravaganza production - Cecil B DeMille would be proud - her program will not only contain the book review, and inspiration found at the sea shore but there will be music and poetry too.
Ginger - how about a marching band of seagulls?!
This week on Book talk with Ginger Dawn, we jump on stage with author, actor, and musician Stephen Mosley
Stephen introduces Ginger to "Spam Fritters" and explore old films with Lon Chaney, Simone Simon, and his film Kenneth, a winner of Best Actor and Best Screen Play at the Edinburgh Film Festival 2013!
KENNETH has been selected to be part of this years Arizona Underground Film Festival; the festival runs from the 13th to the 21st of September. This will be the first showing in America.
We also listen to his musical talent as he shares, Take Her Awayand Gone Girl.
This week on Book Talk with Ginger Dawn, I will be exploring the world of Jean Paul Sarte, Descartes, Kant, Husserl, and The Elegance of Hedgehog by Muriel Babery.
We will enter the deep world of philosophy and how "humans live in a world where it's words and not deeds that have power, where the ultimate skill is mastery of language" as written by Babery.
With a mindful approach, I will discuss my story, a transformation nonfiction: how I propose to gift the world a more meaningul boldness,conveyed with honesty, pure heart, and perhaps be a bit entertaining!
As stated by Rene Descartes, "It is not enough to have a good mind; the main thing is to use it well."
How well do we use our time, words, actions, and interpersonal interactions as a representative of each of our phenomenological pursuits?
Tune in not only with your sensory visualization but focused minds to explore who, what, and why I am.
Another Musical, Poetical, and Literary Gala Extravaganza by the Legendary Ginger Dawn!
This week Ginger Dawn features the writing of Mark Van Aken Williams. Mark is a person of many interests - music, art and writing.
Reading his books such as The Burlesque of Graceless Acting and The Prophet of Sorrow, the reader knows they have stumbled upon some beautiful literature. Well written - poetic prose - a treat for the senses. And yet, Ginger's theme this week is: Relationship with the mind in a complicated modern world.
This week on Book Talk with Ginger Dawn, I will discuss the beauty of fall.
With a crisp breeze and smell of apple pie, I will share some of my recent escapades while visiting Austria, France, Germany, and Switzerland with members of La Forge Literary Group and The Geneva Writers Group.
As the fire crackles with the warm embers glowing, Short stories by Stephen Mosley will be heard.
Readings from The Man Who Kept Cigars in his Cap by Jim Heynen entertain as we taste the last of the local French wine.
In addition the exquisite colors of autumn will enchant us with word and musical interludes. Oh and I rescue someone or was it me?
This week Ginger Dawn interviews Brandon Godbee, author of Angel Omega: Imprisonment.
Archangels interfere with fate when the angel in charge seeks to punish one of his own – setting off a chain of unexpected events in Godbee's new book. Radiant archangels and imperfect humans intersect in this incredible flight of fancy that moves from the brightest light to the depths of darkness.
Music will be provided by Admiral Bob and poetry by Rob Walker.
Today Ginger Dawn shares her thoughts on the importance of reading to children and encouraging children to read. One of the books she will share is Imagine That! by Kevin and Stephani Mullani.
Leave it to Ginger Dawn to create a gala - extravaganza - with music, poetry, songs, a cameo by Didier Strigdonk and her neighbor, Linda.
One big party celebrating children, reading to and with children and letting our inner child come out to play.
Always thought provoking and inquisitive and often mischievious - tune in to Ginger Dawn to enjoy her commentary.
Calling all Dog and Cat lovers!
It is the beginning of Fall and a sweet cool crisp is in the air! What better excuse to curl up on a sofa with a dog or cat and read a book? Well, grab a mug of hot chocolate (with extra marshmallows), some tea, and listen to our special studio canines best friend Leland Dirks, with an extra cat treat from Julian Rixon and some excellent music from Admiral Bob.
Leland Dirks, lives in the middle of a beautiful nowhere that is Colorado's San Luis Valley. Angelo, the world famous Border Collie, and Maggie, his black Lab philosopher mix, allow him to share their off-grid home. I hear that all three tolerate The Cat who does a merely adequate job of rodent control. Leland has written numerous books such as Seven Dogs in Heaven, Angelo's Journey: A Border Collie's Quest for Home, and Mostly True: 15 Short Stories, The Cat Who Thought He Was a Border Collie, and many more.
Ready for some fun YA book reading adventures? Meet Terry Kroenung, past Army infantry officer who has leaped out of perfectly-functioning aircraft, a teacher of Crips & Bloods on a wagon train (real covered wagons, real mules), and playwright. Oh and did I mention Author!
Join Book Talk with Ginger Dawn Thursday, December 26, at 10:00am EST on the Creating Calm Network.
This is a show that will entertain and I guarantee get a bit out of hand! We might even experience a bit of Steampunk and Bartitsu fighting. Come join the excitement as I interview Terry Kroenung.
BRIMSTONE AND LILY, JASPER'S FOUL TONGUE, and JASPER'S MAGICK CORSET are the first 3 books in Terry Kroenung’s Legacy Stone series. They are snarky serio-comic YA takes on traditional quest-lit. The idea started as 'swords-and-sorcery Huck Finn' and took off from there. They include a mind-bogglingly bizarre collection of things: shape-shifting swords, Civil War battles, magic cannonballs, combat pelicans, Captain Nemo's sub, kindly Arab terrorists, swimming trees, cyclopean ogres, zombies, lady ninjas, and poop monsters. BRIMSTONE AND LILY won the Bronze Medal in Sci-Fi/Fantasy at the 2010 Independent Publishers Book Awards.
Have you ever had a favorite musician or idol? Imagine if they gave you their phone number. This week on Book talk with Ginger Dawn, I interview Jeffrey H. Baer and discuss his novel, A SONG APART and writing with Asperger's Syndrome. A SONG APART revolves around two young people from distinct backgrounds who choose to follow their hearts rather than their peers and find a greater reward at the end of their paths.
With great music, delightful conversation, and an insight into interpersonal relationships, this interview is sure to please the listeners.
Jeffrey Baer ive in Coney Island with his girlfriend Karen, whom he has known for 22 years. In addition to writing fiction, he composes songs using software. Jefferey enjoys old school R&B as well as 70s pop. He also sings and plays guitar, bass and drums.