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Tywanda M.Brown was born and raised in Newberry SC. She is the proud mother of three boys. Her passion for writing developed at the young age of 11 with dreams of one day being a published author. Two years after graduating from Newberry College in the Spring of 2012 with a Business degree, she decided to make her dream come true. In the Fall of 2014 she released her debut book Love Games. Two months later she released Love Games 2: Love or Lust. In the winter of 2014 she released Literary Chick. Early spring 2015 she release Love and Snakes a book she co-authored with label mate Simply Shonda, her first anthropology Devils Daughters that she co-authored with CoCo Mixon,Simply Shonda, Dee Leshay and Nicole Shephard in late April 2015. Her latest release Love Games 3: The final Round released May 4,2015. July 4th, 2015 she released Love and Snakes 2 with label mate Simply Shonda.
You can purchase all her books on Amazon.com
Meet author Janna Beatty. I'll be ''chatting' with her about her book, Quintessential Style.
About the book:
People dress daily…yet most don’t look in the mirror and feel attractive and confident. People LOVE talking about this topic! Qstyle shifts from fashion to personal style. We all have personal essence, and expression of that essence is our style. I communicate the fundamentals of style. Suddenly it becomes a logical formula instead of an emotional or external experience. The result is confidence.
Topics of interest:
-Your closet is a river, not the Dead Sea. Why don’t we get rid of stuff?
-There are only 3 things you need to know to make your wardrobe work, so you look and feel great.
-Make your wardrobe (I call it your “private collection”) better and better, not just fatter and fatter when you shop.
-How to dress skinny: Three simple questions to determine your ideal silhouette.
About the author:
Janna Beatty loves her clients who have trained her well, and is passionate about her life’s work. She lives in the Heart of Texas, is co-author of Quintessential Style Cultivate and Communicate YOUR Signature Look. It is a no nonsense style guide for every woman. Formerly she worked as anchor at one of the country’s top 100 television stations and has a degree in Communications.
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HeatherAsh Amara is a teacher, guide, and author of numerous books. As the founder of Toci – the Toltec Center for Creative Intent, she has facilitated hundreds of workshops in the Toltec tradition and she has taught extensively with don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements. Raised in Southeast Asia, HeatherAsh has traveled the world from childhood and is continually inspired by the diversity and beauty of human expression and experience. She brings this openhearted, inclusive worldview to her writings and teachings, which are a rich blend of Toltec wisdom, European shamanism, Buddhism, and Native American ceremony.
HeatherAsh Amara will join us, once again!!! This time to discuss her book, "The Toltec Path of Transformation: Embracing the Four Elements of Change."
The very talented Austin musician, Sharon Bourbonnais, will also be BACK to join us!!
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Malachias Gaskin who will be discuss his book that he has wrote called A Warrior’s Garden. Below is a short description of him and his service:
Malachias Gaskin Is the Author of “A Warrior’s Garden, Therapeutic guide to living with PTSD.” Malachias joined the Indiana Army National Guard in Jan 1994 at 18 years old and served both as a Combat medic and an Infantryman for 9 years. In April 2006 He re-enlisted in into the Active Army as a Combat medic and served for 8 years. He did 28 months in Iraq during the surge and Operation New Dawn. He was medically retired for PTSD, TBI, Arthritis, Hearing loss, and Bursitis at 100% and retired to the Nashville TN area.
After 3 years of counseling and medications from the Army, Malachias decided that he needed something more and transitioned to a more non-chemical based and alternative therapy based road to recovery. Using three main pillars, Faith, Music, and Organic Gardening A Warrior’s Garden was born.
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Our second guest of the night will be Mike MacDonald with his project that he has been working on which is called A Warrior’s Reintegration.
Mike MacDonald is an Iraq War Veteran, he served on active duty for 5 years in the Military Police. Mike was later honorably discharged from the military in 2013. He began to take photographs to begin to raise awareness of the issues of veteran suicide in regards to the issues that are not spoken about amongst others.
Join me as interview Author Olevia Henderson on Sunday, August 2, 2015 at 5PM CST
Olevia is an author, a motivational speaker, and life coach.
We look forward to you meeting us on the call.
God Bless You Much Love Pastor Peters
Join RevKess and Kalisara with the return of Diana Rajchel, author, Wiccan and all round great woman. We will be talking about her new book, Mabon: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for the Autumn Equinox, her upcoming book, Samhain: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for Halloween, and other writings.
"Diana Rajchel is the author of Divorcing a Real Witch: for Pagans and the People that Used to Love them.
She works as a journalist, author, blogger and general creative. She identifies as an eclectic Wiccan with more leanings towards Witch than Wiccan. 10+ years of contributions to Llewellyn annuals along with occasional submissions to Circle Magazine, SageWoman, the Beltane Papers and Facing North. She is a 3rd degree Wiccan priestess in the Shadowmoon tradition, an American Eclectic Wiccan tradition. She also has an Alexandrian 3rd (Janet Farrar > Star Foster > her). Her interests lay in the practical applications of magic to daily life and to the continuous discipline of getting better at it."
Author Paul Parkinson of his new book: Unselfish – Love Thy Neighbor As Thy Selfie.
Pauls the journey that cultivated this collection of 99 stories and full color photos of selfless people celebrates acts of kindness and extraordinary sacrifices of regular people and celebrities.
From high school football players helping a special needs girl fit in, to a police officer feeding a hitchhiker and her dog, to a Hollywood producer leaving behind a 7-figure job to help children in Cambodia, the true stories in this book will restore your faith in humanity. And maybe, just maybe, will inspire thousands of people to turn their cameras the other way and look for someone they can help.
It is no coincidence that Unselfish releases the same day as Kim Kardashian’s book, Selfish. Paul Parkinson, the author of Unselfish, believes this project is an important antithesis. “We plan to release Unselfish the same day,” says Parkinson, whose last project was Nowhere Safe, a film about cyberbullying. “We feel there needs to be a counterbalance. This is not a campaign against any individual or group of individuals. It is a campaign to address the growing culture of selfishness.”
Go to our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/unselfishstories) to read additional stories of unselfishness. You can make posts there as well. Keep sharing! #UnselfishStories
We're gifting 5 copies of this wonderful book within 24 hours of the debut of this show. Send ann e-mail to @SavvyCentralRadio@gmail.com and type: UnselfishStories in the subject line for your FREE copy of:"Unselfish"
The answer to this question will surprise you! According to Gordon Duff, senior editor of Veterans Today, the overreach of local police began during the George W. Bush administration, when Michael Chertoff, who holds dual Israeli-American citizenship, became director of Homeland Security. The disturbing littany of programs and policies he carried out should raise flags of concern for all citizens.
Your host, Bob Kirkconnell, Author of American Heart of Darkness, will go deeply into what you are not being told. Listeners are welcome to call in!
Amy Alkon's Advice Goddess Radio: "Nerd Your Way To A Better Life!" with the best brains in science.
"Best Of" replay.
Assertiveness isn't about "building a good disguise," Dr. Randy Paterson explains. "It's about the courage to take the disguise off." It's "about being THERE."
Paterson, a clinical psychologist, is the author of the excellent book I've recommended in my column, "The Assertiveness Workbook: How To Express Your Ideas and Stand Up for Yourself at Work and in Relationships," and that's exactly what he and I will be laying out on tonight's show.
Paterson takes a very rational, behavioral approach and gives extremely practical tips for how to change, and this show should help even already-assertive people notice and shore up areas where they could do better.
Join me and all my fascinating guests every Sunday, 7-8 p.m. Pacific Time, 10-11 p.m. Eastern Time, at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher.
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