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YA… It’s not just for Young Adults anymore. Anyone who reads it knows that most YA is timeless and ageless (and not to mention, it is good for people who have short attention spans). Celebrating coming of age stories, YA Yay celebrates all ages, genders, and genres. Join us as we shout YA Yay!
This month's featured author is Jeff Adams and his book, Flipping For Him
About his book... Flipping For Him.
Kevin McCollum is a high school junior with the usual things on his mind: getting good grades, having fun, and finding a boyfriend. On a warm afternoon, while studying in Central Park, Kevin notices a guy practicing parkour—jumping on rocks, running up trees, doing flips. Kevin’s a fan of the sport, and many of the hot guys he’s seen do it on TV. After watching “parkour guy” for several days, Kevin is surprised when Shin comes over to introduce himself. As the two begin dating, cultures clash when Shin’s parents reveal their expectations that he date only Japanese boys. Pressures mount and Kevin isn’t sure how he can fight to keep Shin when the opposition are his parents and traditions. Is their twenty-first century love doomed before it even truly begins?
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Join Author Wt Prater as he hosts this energetic exchange based about books and the authors who birthed them.
YA Yay! is produced by WON Radio as part of Writers Online Network (WON). More information about WON is available at www.writersonlinenetwork.com They can also be found on Facebook and Twitter @won_radio and @writersonnet
Our eyes create many visuals for our minds, but most times we only focus on the view of the surface. Once the layers of a surface are pulled back many things are revealed. Some visuals become even more attractive after we're able to conceive what's below the surface. This same idea can be used to describe a very sultry woman who on the contrary has more to offer than what meets the eye. We live in an era where we are all very quick to judge a book by its cover without even thinking to read the pages. Join host Anah Mae with special guest Sheneka Adams as they reveal how looks can be very deceiving. Being a sex symbol is one thing, being a brand is another and Sheneka knows the difference.
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Special guest is author Tranay Adams, one of the hottest new writers in the urban lit genre. He'll be discussing his novel, The Devil Wears Timbs.
Say What?? Author Spotlights is a division of Say What?? Book Club. We feature the works of established and emerging authors, as well as the works of traditionally and independently published authors. We are more than a book club...we're a movement. Join us!
Hosted by award-winning author and media personality, Tumika Patrice Cain, every 4th Sunday at 3 pm est.
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Featuring Author Kendra Adams
About her Book ~ ‘Rescued By Love,’ An Autobiography by Author Kendra Y. Adams. EVER WONDERED HOW MUCH GOD LOVES YOU? This is a powerful book that testifies of God's Unconditional, Unending and Unfailing Love. In this new release, the author shares how the love of God can transform your life from one of hopelessness to hope, from despair to faith, from fear to love. Raised in a home with domestic violence and giving birth at the age of fifteen, Kendra shares how the love of God delivered her from a pit of anger, fear, condemnation, rejection and low self-worth. This book will inspire you and cause you to experience the "freshness" of God's love. It is sure to be a blessing to all those who read it....Never forget that Jesus Loves You! #RescuedByLove #FABVTours
On This Episode of The Beautiful Butterfly Show we will be talking with Authors and Contibuting Writers to the book " Legacy of Fathers". Legacy of fathers deals with the flip side of what most society is use to seeing or reading. Its about fathers and their relationships with their children, their love, the way they communicate. Often we read various stories on a mothers experience with her child, here we get to witness Men share their experience on caring and loving their children.
Nicole Sandler and Julianna Forlano Go Gaga On Patricia Arquette's Jigaboo Feminism
So Nicole Sandler is at it again, bringing out the white supremacist side of her liberalism.
We've heard her tell Imani Gandi (angry black lady) that it's too bad she "doesn't feel comfortable in her own skin".
She couldn't help but quip about the "blacks" giving their kids "weird names".
And thought she's quite white and often self identifies as white, she has to remind you that she's Jewish whenever she disagrees with an uppity colored.
Julianna Forlano is convinced that big scary black bucks like Elon James White from This Week in Blackness are attacking her... (nice dog whistle).
It's another classic case of white folks reminding black folks where their place is and telling those talking negro chicks on twitter to tone it down and behave themselves.
We'll discuss, we'll laugh and we'll dig into that Fox clip about Jigaboo music.
Maybe after all of that, we'll have time for some news and comment.
Hollywood history comes alive on Rated G Radio tonight! Historian, author and expert of a Hollywood era lone gone, yet filled with mystery and intrigue, Stephen Michael Shearer is our VIP Special Guest Star!
Stephen will share details of his 20+ year friendship with Hollywood Icon Patricia Neal from his best selling biography, "Patricia Neal: An Unquiet Life."
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes filmmaker John Adams to #Conversations LIVE to discuss his journey in the arts, what it's been like to see his ideas come to life on film, what he hopes audiences take away from The Shoot and what's to come.
As the momentum of the Voting Rights Movement steadily increased, children on the front lines, the side roads, and medians of the movement carried the weight of the struggle to varied acclaim. In this show, our hosts, along with historian and professor, Derryn E. Moten, Ph.D. reach across the most celebrated milestones to the little-known mileposts underscoring the era’s youngest champions.
What did they see?
How did they live?
Why did they act?
Join us Friday, February 27th at 8:00 a.m. for an engaging reflection on our glorious past.
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Fathers have a profound impact on their daughters' lives.
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Award winning, internationally acclaimed Aaron Chang will be our guest. Aaron is a surfer and quite easily the best extreme sports photographer in the world. He has been published all over the world in hundreds of books and magazines including National Geographic, Forbes, Rolling Stone and ESPN to name a few. Chang was the Senior Photographer for Surfer Magazine for 25 years, specializing in extreme action sports and international travel. He is a featured subject in numerous TV shows. Chang was voted best San Diego artist of 2014. The The Aaron Chang Ocean Art Gallery www.aaronchang.com
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