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Novelist, J.E. Fishman, is a well-versed, traveled man, having experienced both sides of fame and fortune. Now he brings his life's journeys into perspective in his writing in a profound way giving life to his mystery and thriller novels; The Dark Pool, Primacy, and Cadaver Blues.
Join J.E. Fishman, and me on Tuesday, April 23, 10-11 A.M. US. Learn how his life’s experiences contributed to writings and how he became a storyteller through his various novels.
Join me and my special guest Novelist Nichole Peters as she speak about how to BREAK loose from what's holding you back. How to never give up even when you think its over.
She will give seven steps to help you in Breaking into your Independence.
I look forward to meeting you on the call. The call in number is 718-508-9987. If you have a question or comment you can press the 1 key once the call is open up at the end.
Come with expectancy GOD Bless You Much Love
Wade Cox visits The Wealthy Speaker Show with host Paul Lawrence Vann to share the backstory to his recent novels and film work. Wade's first novel is titled, Bootleg Spirits. His second novel is a collection of short stories called Splintered and his new book is titled Carribean Danger.
This remarakble novelist has traveled extensively and recently lived in the Caribbean. His literary influences include Stephen King and Jimmy Buffett.
That's not all, Wade also works in film, on both sides of the camera. He has written for films, directed, run sound, produced and acted as well. Tune in, listen in and call in with questions at (877) 404-1615 and or join us in the web chat room http://www.blogtalkradio.com/paullawrencevann
Long time friend and supporter of the show Veteran Novelist Micheal Jan Friedman joins us and disucusses his new Kick Starter Project "Lost Days".
On Today's Episode, you will meet…Rich Marcello
If Rich Marcello could choose only one creative mentor, he'd give the role to Jonathan Richmond and the Modern Lovers. This is not only because he currently resides in New England, where Jonathan started, but because of his life as a contemporary fiction author, poet and songwriter, whose literary inspiration often stems from songs he's written. Rich grew up in New Jersey surrounded by song and word.
For a while it seemed right to travel the musician's path, especially during his stint in his college folk group, at The University of Notre Dame, where he wrote and recorded his first original songs. But, as is true for many musicians, graduation led him down a different road, one on which he found his love for high technology. There, he enjoyed a successful career as a technology executive, managing several multi-billion dollar businesses for Fortune 500 companies.
During his time in technology he never stopped creating art, and eventually his love for song and the written word grew to the point where he walked away from his first career to pursue poetry, song, and fiction with the same enthusiasm and discipline he demonstrated in business. In The Color Of Home, his literary voice melds all three together with honest generative dialogue, poetic sensory detail, and “unforgettable characters who seem to know the complete song catalog of Lennon or Cohen.”
He’s currently working on his third novel, The Beauty of the Fall.
AJ Walkley is a nationally known young adult and LGBT novelist. With two books published through Rocket Science Productions (www.rocketscienceproductions.com). AJ's first novel is the autobiographical fiction work Queer Greer. Greer is in high school and finds herself in a love triangle with a man and a woman. Learning to come to terms with her sexuality in a world that doesn't understand, Greer is faced with many challenges. AJ's second novel is Vuto, a story of a teenage Malawi woman who at 17 has already lost her third child shortly after birth, and her US Peace Corp friend who must go on the run after they are forced to kill Vuto's husband in self-defense.
AJ Walkley is also a former UN representative, a Peace Corp volunteer, a contributing writer at The Huffington Post, and was recently interviewed in the July 2014 issue of Cosmo Magazine. We are pleased to welcome such an accomplished author to WRSP Radio's Author's Talk Show.
You can learn more at her website, www.ajwalkley.com.
You can purchase and read her books (paperback and ebook) from RSPLaunchPad.com.
Born August 5th, 1982 in Brooklyn, NY. My music is based on things happening in my life right now I prefer to keep my focus. Away from the past, that's what differs me from other artist. I talk about how I'm going to make it regardless of the obstacles that stands in front of me.
Join the Literary Ladies of the ATL as we introduce you to some dynamic male authors during our summer series: It's Raining Men. Listen in to find out what J.M Benjamin and Novelist Blacc Topp feel about the industry and the legacies they're leaving behind. Get to know the men behind the pen as we go deep to discover WHO these men really are. Tune in to find out what your favorite male authors have to say. You never what surprise will jump off during this HOT series full of HOT male authors.
In this episode of Planetary Physician, Dr. JE Williams, OMD ~ shares live in studio the words and prayers of Sebastian Pauccar Flores a traditional Pampamisayoq, a Q'ero healer and ceremonialist, "servant" of Pachamama and the Apus.
Read about Dr. JE Williams (Santiago) intimate relationship with the Q'ero in his book, Light of the Andes.
We had the honor of having this respected Q'ero elder from the high Andes of Peru in the United States on a tour of the east and west coast. This was a long journey for Sebastian from his world into our world.
Join us in the global conversation concerning the life of our planet as it continues on GAIAFIELD radio with Sebastian's message and prayers for the world.
The Planetary Physician show with Dr. JE Williams airs monthly on GAIAFIELD Radio. The show explores personal and planetary health. Providing insights by drilling deep into key topics of our transitional times. Planetary Physician takes a close look at principle-guided living, sustainability ethics, indigenous teachings on the original instructions, Earth-based wisdom and heart-centered spirituality, sacred plant medicine, and awakening to Pachamama consciousness.
Tune into Planetary Physician on GAIAFIELD Radio, as we explore with Dr. JE Williams, the natural health and longevity secrets and share in enlightening discussions on topics important to personal well-being, planetary changes, new thought, as well as tangible ways to make your life better, happier, and healthier.
Dr. Williams Bio: A pioneer in the field of integrative medicine, longevity, quality of life, and shamanism in the postmodern world, Dr. Williams is the author of six books, including Light of the Andes, and hundreds of articles and blogs on integrative medicine and natural health. In addition to his clinical practice in Sarasota, Florida, he teaches at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Division of Complementary and Integrative Medicine, Emperor’s College in Los Angeles, and NOVA Southeastern University.
Web: http://ayniglobal.org/ http://drjewilliams.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AyniGLOBAL and https://www.facebook.com/james.e.williams.792
Join us as we welcome author "Barbara Shoup."
Barbara is a very talented author who has released her eighth novel, titled "Looking For Jack Kerouac."
The novel has an interesting backstory:
In “Looking for Jack Kerouac,” Paul Carpetti picks up a copy of “On the Road” by legendary beat novelist Jack Kerouac during a class trip in New York City. The book has a dramatic impact on Paul, changing his whole outlook on life. But when he returns home from the city, his world crumbles. It’s 1964, and Paul is dealing with the death of his mother. He needs to get away.
Paul hops in a car with his friend, Duke, and doesn’t look back. The two land in Florida where Paul finds Kerouac, who turns out to be nothing like the author he idolized. But, in the end, the writer helps Paul in his journey to self-discovery in an unexpected way.
B. Shoup is the author seven other novels, including a School Library Journal Best Adult Book for Young Adults, “Vermeer’s Daughter,” and two others – “Wish You Were Here” and “Stranded in Harmony” – selected as American Library Association Best Books for Young Adults.
She is the executive director of the Indiana Writers Center and the co-author of “Novel Ideas: Contemporary Authors Share the Creative Process” (2000) and “Story Matters: Contemporary Short Story Writers Share the Creative Process (2006).”
Tune in as we dive into the novel "Looking For Jack Kerouac" by author Barbara Shoup.
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