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  • 02:01

    RRR Tales from the Pages Presents Whit McClendon

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    On Thursday, May 28th at 4PM EST Red River Radio Tales from the Pages is hosting Whit McClendon. Mr. McClenon is a fantasy author with a novel, Mage's Burden, published by my publisher, MuseItUp Publishing. Not only is he an author, but he is a martial arts instructor. His novel creates a fantasy world and characters that are very compelling. I know you will definitely not want to miss this show which might feature a surprise visit from a returning author. Tune in and learn about this fascinating writer and his work. 

  • 00:30

    Scribe Talk: SME Matthew Peters discusses Dual Diagnosis and the Writer's Life

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    Dual diagnosed* from an early age, Matthew Peters dropped out of high school at sixteen. He went on to obtain an A.A., a B.A. from Vassar College, and an M.A. and Ph.D. from Duke University. He has taught various courses in a variety of disciplines throughout North Carolina. He is committed to increasing the awareness and understanding of the dual diagnosed. Conversations Among Ruins (All Things That Matter Press, 2014) is his first novel. His second novel, The Brothers’ Keepers (MuseItUp Publishing, 2014), is a political-religious thriller that capitalizes on his love for history and research. Currently, he is working on a sequel to The Brothers’ Keepers.


    *The term dual diagnosed refers to someone suffering from a mood disorder (e.g., depression) and chemical dependency. 

  • 01:58

    RRR Tales from the Pages Presents Authors Janie Franz and Joseph Aquilino

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    On Thursday, April 23, 2015 Red River Radio Tales from the Pages with Host Barbara Ehrentreu presents Janie Franz author of the The Bowdancer Saga, the Ruins trilogy, Sugar Magnolia, and The Premier. Janie is a long time friend of the host and also a fellow MuseItUp author. Also on the show will be Joseph Aquilino. This award winning talk show host and author of Roman Empire vs.America will be interviewing Barbara on his show, Author Nook Show at 3PM EST on Thursday: http://www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/talkCast.jsp?masterId=137087&cmd=tc. Then he will be a guest on here. This is something new and we hope you enjoy it. 

  • 02:02

    Red River Radio Tales from the Pages with Host Barbara Ehrentreu

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    Red River Radio Tales from the Pages on Thursday, August 28th at 4PM EST with Host Barbara Ehrentreu is happy to have Jami Gray, award winning author and multi-published author of urban fantasy, The Kyn Kronicles series and paranormal romance, PSY-IV Teams,  for our August show. Her book, Shadow's Moon was a Golden Claddaugh Finalist. She is here to talk about her new book from the new series, Hunted by the Past being released this month by MuseItUp Publishing. I am excited to talk with her, because I love reading urban fantasy and paranormal romance. Please drop by and learn more about Jami Gray and her writing. As usual there might be some surprise drop ins during the show. Everyone is encouraged to call in and join the discussion and the chatroom will be open for you too. In addition, there might be some news about my upcoming young adult novel, After and maybe an excerpt from it too! 

  • 00:32

    Playing with "Romance"

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    And they lived happily ever after...but before that, we have upsets and villains and other factors that pull us into a romance book. Join me and my guests, Marsha R. West, Vicki Batman, and Margaret Fieland, who will discuss why they fell in love with this genre.

  • 01:00

    Ask the Editors w/ Butcher, Speakman, Prunkl, and Schizas

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    You’ve got questions, they have answers! Join us as we offer a panel of experienced, energetic editors who will answer all your questions to the best of their ability. In addition to questions e-mailed in, during the live recording the phone lines are open. So call with your questions now 1-917-889-8080 Go ahead… Ask the Editors!


    Tonight's panel of editors include:


    Becca Calloway Butcher is Managing Editor at Voluted Tales Magazine. She has two blogs, writes, reads, and reviews books and music. Becca has been writing stories since fifth grade. She lives in North Carolina and collects pin-up and classic car art.


    Arlene Prunkl of PenUltimate Editorial Services has over a dozen years of experience and 150 edited manuscripts to her credit. She provides top-calibre professional freelance editing, proofreading, manuscript consultation, and other editorial services to both self-publishing authors and those seeking traditional publication.


    Lea Schizas, publisher of the award-winning MuseItUp Publishing, which opened its doors in 2010, is best known as Mother Hen, not because she clucks but because she cares about authors.


    Chris Speakman is a born and bred Hamiltonian, of Ontario, Canada. She edits, reads, blogs, reads, reviews, reads, and then reads some more. Oh and there’s writing in there, lots and lots of re-writing.


    Host/moderator Wt Prater facilitates Ask the Editors the first Monday night of each month at 7pm central/ 8 pm eastern. Ask the Editors is produced by WON Radio as part of Writers Online Network (WON). More information about WON is available at www.writersonlinenetwork.org They can also be found on Facebook and Twitter @won_radio and @writersonnet

  • 00:30

    Barbara Ehrentreu on THE AUTHORS' WORDS

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    Author JD Holiday talks with author Barbara Ehrentreu~
    Barbara is a retired teacher with a Masters degree in Reading and Writing K-12 and seventeen years of teaching experience. If I Could Be Like Jennifer Taylor, Barbara’s first YA novel, was published by MuseItUp Publishing. This novel won 2nd place in the Preditors & Editors Poll for the Best Young Adult Book of 2011. Her second YA novel, When My Life Changed is scheduled to be released by MuseItUp Publishing this summer or fall. In addition, Barbara has a story in the anthology, Lavender Dreams, also by the same publisher. All proceeds from this anthology go to cancer research.


    Barbara's Meanderings ~
    barbaraehrentreu.blogspot.com/
    www.amazon.com/Could-Like-Jennifer-Taylor-ebook/dp/B005NWRLL6/


    JD Holiday's Site: http://jdholiday.blogspot.com/

  • 00:32

    Barbara Ehrentreu on THE AUTHORS' WORDS

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    Author JD Holiday talks with author Barbara Ehrentreu~
    Barbara is a retired teacher with a Masters degree in Reading and Writing K-12 and seventeen years of teaching experience. If I Could Be Like Jennifer Taylor, Barbara’s first YA novel, was published by MuseItUp Publishing. This novel won 2nd place in the Preditors & Editors Poll for the Best Young Adult Book of 2011. Her second YA novel, When My Life Changed is scheduled to be released by MuseItUp Publishing this summer or fall. In addition, Barbara has a story in the anthology, Lavender Dreams, also by the same publisher. All proceeds from this anthology go to cancer research.


    Barbara's Meanderings ~
    barbaraehrentreu.blogspot.com/
    www.amazon.com/Could-Like-Jennifer-Taylor-ebook/dp/B005NWRLL6/


    JD Holiday's Site: http://jdholiday.blogspot.com/

  • 00:57

    A GOOD STORY IS A GOOD STORY - HOST MARSHA CASPER COOK

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    Please join Marsha on Tuesday Afternoon May 21 3 PM EST 2PM CST 1PM MT  NOON PST when she welcomes two successful authors Elizabeth Black,Karen Vaughn. Also a special visitor Marni Mcniff.
    .Marni is a Social Media Marketer/Editor at Big Universe and Content Editor at MuseItUp Publishing. She is also a Media Consultant for Michigan Avenue Media Inc.
    Elizabeth has written articles and erotic books and short stories that have been published by Romance Divine, Circlet Press, Whiskey Creek Press Torrid, Xcite Books, Ravenous Romance, eXcessica Publishers just to name a few. She has also co- hosted several shows with Marsha.
    Karen is a frequent visitor on the show Book Discussion with Fran Lewis of World of ink Network. She is an author and book reviewer who loves to read books of all genres.
    Bethany Cross, author, will be there to open the chat room and take calls.
    more info can found on these sites
    http://www.worldofinknetwork.com
    http://www.authorsofworldofinkblogspot.com
    http://www.marshacaspercook.com
     
    Romance blog http://www.authorstalkromance.blogspot.com
    http://www.booksbymadsionmontgomery.com
    http://www.bethanycross.blogspot.com
     

  • 00:32

    Angela Kay Austin is my Guest Author on December 3rd

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    Angela Kay Austin is my guest author on December 3rd. She'll be reading an excerpt from her paranormal romance, Love All Over Me, from MuseItUp Publishing.

  • 01:11

    Stories for Children Show with Author Scott R. Caseley

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    Join Host Virginia S Grenier on the Stories for Children show March 11, 2013 at 2pm EST as she chats with author Scott R. Caseley. While Isosceles is his first novel, he wrote and directed a dramatic feature, co-wrote and directed a documentary and wrote for an online magazine. He’s also a trained voice, stage, and screen actor. In addition to his creative pursuits, he is passionate about healthy living. He follows a mostly self-directed fitness quest consisting of weight training, walking, swimming, yoga, and hula hooping. When not working out, he also enjoys cooking healthy gourmet meals as well as playing board games with family and friends with plenty of coffee brewing to keep the fun going until the wee hours of the morning.
    Title of Book: Isosceles
    Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing
    eBook ISBN: 978-1-77127-239-1
    Genre of Book(s): Young Adult- Coming Of Age, Mystery/Romance
    About the book: When he finds his best friend Trey Goodsby dead and almost completely submerged in a bathtub filled with bloody water, Sean McIntyre is determined to find out if it was an accident or suicide. Did his death accidental or intentional have anything to do with Madeline Edwards, the woman who came between them constantly through their thirteen-year friendship? The tale begins with the death of Trey Goodsby, and explores his relationships with family, friends, his romances, and which of the circumstances he found himself in that led to the tragic event, and the repercussions for those he left behind.
    You can catch the Stories for Children show on Mondays here on BTR's Featured World of Ink Network.
    To learn moer about our guest Scott Caseley visit http://www.worldofinknetwork.com/authors-on-tour.html