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This Thursday evening at 7pm MST, our guest will be our own Mistress of the Macabre, Jennifer Oneal Gunn. We will hear from Jen about her newest work, "Fire, Ice and Blood: The story of Jake and Holly book 1", and what she's up to these days. Jen will also annoumce the winner of Vigiliante Publishing Group LLC's Halloween Short Story Contest!
We'll also be reading the winning story in this week's Writing Prompt contest. Remember, this is thee last week to get your story into the running for the monthly Prompt Contest prize of a $25 Amaon gift card and inclusion of your story in our short story anthology to be released in late 2014.
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Yes, you read that right. Join me on Friday, November 28th at 8 pm EST/7 pm CST/6 pm MST/5 pm PST as I am interviewed by Jennifer Oneal Gunn. While she will undoubtedly ask me about my new release, a Children's book, The Legend of Stanley Stinkypants: The Obnoxious Odor, I have given her free reign to ask me anything, so it will be an anything goes interview of sorts. Oh yeah, I will also be doing a giveaway. Not only is an autographed copy up for grabs, I may have one or two tricks up my sleeve as well. So tune in and call.
"Strangers passing through. Friends seeing each other with new eyes. The hesitant touch of new lovers. A first glance. A first word. A first touch. A first kiss. Take a journey through thirteen erotic shorts, poems and art to relive that first-time feeling. Naughty Bedtime Stories: First Taste will stir the butterflies, curl the toes and send hearts racing. After all, nothing tastes as good as naughty feels". Jennifer Raygoza's story in the Anthology is “Tackle Me”.
Matt Manochio is a writer and editor who worked for 12 years as an award-winning newspaper reporter in New Jersey, where he lives with his
wife and son. He loves AC/DC and has twice written about them for USA Today. He is a supporting member of the Horror Writers Association. Matt’s favorite books include Salem’s Lot, Jurassic Park, The Hobbit, and Animal Farm. He graduated from the University of Delaware in 1997 with a bachelor's degree in history/journalism. The Dark Servant is his first book.
"The Dark Servant" Synopsis: Unsuspecting kids vanish as a blizzard crushes New Jersey. All that remains are signs of destruction—and bloody hoof prints stomped in snow. Seventeen-year-old Billy Schweitzer awakes December 5 feeling depressed. Already feuding with his police chief father and golden boy older brother, Billy's devastated when his dream girl rejects him. When an unrelenting creature infiltrates his town, imperiling his family and friends, Billy must overcome his own demons to understand why his supposedly innocent high school peers have been snatched, and how to rescue them from a famous saint's ruthless companion (Krampus) - that cannot be stopped.
When someone says, "Follow your passion," do you find yourself frustrated because, well, you have more than one passion?! You're not alone! This Thursday, Zach Brenner shares with us how he is following SEVERAL of his passions. He'll give you tips on how you can juggle everything you love so you don't have to sacrifice one for the other!
Zach Brenner: Owner of Brenner Contracting // Co-Host at Pittsburgh Sportsline // Assistant Coach for the Pittsburgh Gladiators
Welcome to the Enlightening Life radio show with Jennifer Hoffman, a resource for self, life and spiritual empowerment. Jennifer his a top selling author, intuitive mystic, spiritual mastery guide and your resource for rich, happy and successful living.
In this 90 minute show Jennifer will provide you with resources for life and self empowerment, including discussion of weekly newsletter topics, special guests and caller questions too.
Listen here each Wednesday at 8PM and join our community. Learn more about Jennifer at www.enlighteninglife.com and www.urielheals.com. Thank you for visiting and we hope to see you on an upcoming show.
The Don S. McClure Show - Words! How we use them
Words! How We Use Them
A single distinct meaningful element of speech or writing, used with others (or sometimes alone) to form a sentence and typically shown with a space on either side when written or printed.
To choose and use particular words in order to say or write (something) of value or opinion
To describe a person or subject.
To explain your feelings either good or bad in your eyes.
There is an old saying Choose your words (Carefully) for they may be your last.
How many times have we used words to express our feelings toward someone?
Words have always been the foundation to give understanding and to write down a lasting memory.
For without words we would have no means of communication between one another.
You can’t express your true love and desire without words.
Opening Track: Luna Nueva, by India Martinez Jennifer Jessica Martínez Fernández better known as India Martínez (born in Córdoba, Andalusia, Spain, on 13 October 1985
Jim and Jennifer welcome Dr. Carol Francis to the show. Dr. Francis is a Clinical Psychologist, Life Coach, and Marriage, Family & Child Counselor, Certified Medical Hypnotherapist, Reiki Master-Level, and prolific author. For 38 years, Dr. Francis has assisted individuals, couples, businesses, and children who seek to optimize their current situation and overcome complications of daily living such as depression, anxiety, stress, career moves, family discord, child and parenting issues, relationship dissatisfaction, habit control, psychology of financial success, and company optimization of human resources.
The Dr. Carol Francis Talk Radio Show since 2008 has explored traditional, out-of-the-box, scientific, and humane topics in support of advance human respect and enthusiastic verve for life. Link is: blogtalkradio.com/dr-carol-francis. Make Life Happen Publishing, a subsidiary of Dr. Carol Francis, Inc. supports publishing the messages and inspiring biographical work of individuals who have overcome hardship and tackled life with dynamic intensity. Topics published include Women's Evolution, Spiritual Pursuits, Mind-Body Advances in Human Evolution, Optimization of Coupling and Parenting, Learning Disabilities, Relief from Ill-Conceived Habits, Traumas, Soldier and Family Recovery and much more.
This week Jennifer co-creates with Phyllis Walsh by hearing about her newly released book, The Illusion of Mortality. Phyllis wrote this book after receiving a number of communications, after the tragic passing of her husband Owen, in 2006. Phyllis was left to bring up her two children who were then aged 3 and 9. Phyllis explains to us in this interview, about her feelings of despair but also how this experience over the course of time, turned into a journey of spiritual exploration.
Phyllis was raised within the Catholic Church and as a child she never questioned her religion. The book is not religious in essence but it does explore spirituality, along with Phyllis' own research into the "paranormal". On reflection, she has found her experiences to be unusual but in someway very comforting and she wants to reach out to others with this book to help them come through their grief in the belief that our soul is eternal.
This is a brilliant and interesting interview so please make time to listen. It will help so many to her Phyllis' words particularly at this time of year.
White Christmas by James Bickers
Let Its Snow - James Bickers
Its Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas - James Bickers
Yesterday's comments on the Michelle Kosilek case covered the basics. Today, the guest is Jennifer Levi, director of the Transgender Rights Project of Gay & esbian Advopcaes & Defenders. She was incredulous about the majority decision denying reassignment surgery.
We'll cover the implications not only for Kosilek but also for current or future incarcerated transgender inmates in Massachusetts. Levi may also give us some perspective on the next action, as in whether the case might move to the Supreme Court.
On episode 187 we say goodbye to 2014 by taking a look at some of the events that took place and we also look at what we hope for in 2015
Co-host: Shai G. Shantay Branco & Olaf Barbosa
Guest: Yardley Hickey Chris Gray Trisha Woods, Jennifer Ruggiero
Show: (9x13) 12/18/14 #187
Join Sandra Brown, MA and Jennifer Young, LMHC as they share thoughts and strategies for healing over the holidays. It can be challenging to get better when you are feeling down, missing what was or struggling to maintain no contact. But, the holidays can be a time to reframe what has happened to you and understand your experience in a new way...and it can lead to new moments of peace and joy.
Join us as we sit down and dish with composer extrordinaire Jennifer Thomas. We will be playing some of her brilliant compositions and discussing her life and career. Be sure to tune in.