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Today I have an RT BOOKlovers Convention special show for you because I will be chatting with romance author C. H. Admirand who will be talking about her upcoming novels. And she may even give us a sneak peek into some of her future books as well as any of her other novels that she may have in the works right now and any other projects. She will be telling us about her writing experience and what she has in the works writing wise.
C.H. was born in Aiken, South Carolina, but her parents moved back to northern New Jersey where she grew up, which if you’ve met her would explain a lot. She’s always had her nose in a book, has traveled the world over, and even tested the time-space continuum, thanks to the awesome power of the written word. One of her writing quirks is that she loves to include bits and pieces of her ancestors and ancestry in all of her books. Her family centers her and keeps her sane, which is why she enjoys adding elements of family, hearth, and home in all of her romances.
With 8 short stories and 15 novels to her credit, this award-winning, multi-published author’s books are available in paperback, hardcover, trade paperback, magazine, e-book, and audio book. You can find out more about her by either going to her Website, Blog, Facebook Author Page or Twitter.
Today I have an RT BOOKlovers Convention special show for you because I will be chatting with romance author PJ Schnyder who will be talking about her upcoming novels. And she may even give us a sneak peek into some of her future books as well as any of her other novels that she may have in the works right now and any other projects. She will be telling us about her writing experience and what she has in the works writing wise.
Born and raised in the North East, PJ Schnyder spent her childhood pretending to study for the SATs by reading every fantasy and sci-fi novel she could borrow from the local and school libraries. She scored fairly high in the verbal portion. She was introduced to the wonderful world of romance a decade later by her best friend at an anime convention in Seattle. PJ recently received the Golden Leaf award for Bite Me, Book 1 of the London Undead series, and is one of the contributing authors to the Parsec-award winning Tales from the Archives Vol. 2 of The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences. In the past, she has also won honors from the Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal RWA PRISM awards for her novella, Hunting Kat, Book 1 of the Triton Experiment series. You can find out more about her by either going to her Website, Blog, Facebook Author Page or Twitter.
Castle, Bones, Rizzoli & Isles Radio (CBR)
OFF TOPIC BROADCAST
Wednesday, July23, 2014
9 PM ET/ 6 PM PT
A special broadcast this week on CBR Radio as we go off topic for this very special night of America’s history. We step back into the past and focus our attention on America’s Unknown Fairy Godmother: Phoebe Elizabeth Apperson Hearst .We discuss her life and her achievements and contributions she left behind to her fellow Americans to benefit from nearly 100 years later. My special guest Karin Harris highlights the footsteps of Phoebe Hearst her triumphs and her tribulations and the quiet legacy she left behind.
Phoebe Elizabeth Apperson at the age of 19, she married George Hearst, who later became a U.S. Senator. Soon after their marriage on June 15, 1862, the couple moved to San Francisco,California, where Phoebe gave birth to their only child, William Randolph Hearst, on April 29, 1863. Upon George’s death on February 28, 1891, her wealth was estimated at $250 million, a staggering sum in those days. Phoebe’s only child William Randolph Hearst is best known for publishing the largest chain of American newspapers in the late 19th century.
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Pheobe Phoebe Perry is a comedian based in Atlanta, GA. Originally from Nebraska, Phoebe has been standing up in Atlanta, GA since 2013. Pieces from her show "Lies I Told Today" were produced this Spring by ASC BlackFriars: a liar, flamingo, sunflower scout, first-year and misandrist. One time a tipsy, riot grrl in the audience described her comedy as “aggressively feminine” recently.
For more on Pheobe Perry check out or Blog at http://www.TheSashaMarinaShow.com
This episode starts out REAL inadvertently racist when Sabrina confuses her guest Phoebe Robinson (Broad City, Girl Code) for every black actress ever born. DON'T WORRY! We get over it by talking about Drake, John Mayer's Hitler penis, the illusions of working hard…speaking of hard, they talk about penises AGAIN! Sabrina's held one once and tells the SCANDALOUS story. What's it like writing for other people? Phoebe TELLS ALL including the EXCLUSIVE on her PATH to SUCCE$$. Ursula Frei chimes in with 11 Ways To Lift Your Mood!!! HOORAY!
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Not everyone can have friends like Monica, Joey, Chandler, Rachel and Ross or even Phoebe but we all deserve real friends. Amirite? Even so today's Facebook and other social media is chalked full of frenemies. On this show we're going to discuss bad friends. What are the signs that someone is a bad friend? Also what’s your worst "friend" story? Next we'll lighten the mood with a little talk about our favorite imaginary home destinations. As usual you can have your weekly dose of celebrity news as well as hear the latest fashion trends right here on Here's The Thing with Pella & Nikki.
5pm to 6pm - Writer's Block "Sci-Fi"
Synopsis: On this episode, host Tim Pylypiuk and co-host Bob Delaney take one last parting look at the Western involving humorous deconstruction before blasting off into the nether regions of Science-Fiction, plotting a course from early authors like Jules Verne and H.G. Wells to the classic staple of Gene Roddenbury's Star Trek.
6pm to 7pm - "The Grooming Hour"
Synopsis: Tim Pylypik hosts another session of grooming and fine-tuning with Bill Boutin and April Griffin, the latter making her debut on Radio today. They will perform selected bits from Phoebe Murer's serial play Meltdown involving the introduction of Polly and Adam in Season Three before the show takes a turn into "Serious" mode with a distillated, cliff-notes version of Tim Pylypiuk's 7-part mini-serial "Speak To Me". Bill and April will take on roles and, for those who know the entire play, will witness a fresh interpretation of them before Tim reveals the context behind this selection of work at the episode's conclusion.
Rated: (Meltdown) Pg-13 for Coarse Language
(Speak To Me) PG-13 for Coarse Language, Strong and Intense situations and subject matter.
"Meltdown" Written By: Phoebe Murer
Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk (with additional scenes and dialogue)
"Speak To Me" Written By: Tim Pylypiuk
Both Starring: Bill Boutin, April Griffin, and Tim Pylypiuk
Soundtrack By: (Speak To Me Scene #10) Claude-Michel Schonberg & Colm Wilkson
Chris Laker is joined by Sarah Tollemache, Phoebe Robinson, Lance Weiss and Dava Krause to discuss the most interesting stories of The Week!
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Season Five Premier (Originally Broadcast May 24th, 2014)
Synopsis: Steven is put into isolation having been labeled a threat to himself and the population, mind now stuck in stasis. Pearl, fresh from her mental blackout, wanders without purpose while on the second leg of her journey.
Rated: PG-13 for coarse language
Written By: Phoebe Murer
Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk (with additional material)
Starring: Tim Pylypiuk, Maria Illiou, and Bill Boutin
Soundtrack By: Daniel Licth, Michru Yamane, Korn, Arcade Fire & Owen Pallet & William Butler, and Pink Floyd
Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your supporting host and your host Jocelyn Davis Eastman or Jess Davis on Sunday's. Our Autistic Advocates Jess Davis, Maria Iliou, our advocates Jocelyn Davis Eastman and Sherrion Davis. Talk about news of day and you don't know what these ladies going to talk about
Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your supporting Host and your host Phoebe Murer for Autistic Author Caf'e on Sunday's. Phoebe Murer is an author and be reading from her publish book.
"Reflective Longings" and "Speak To Me Distillation Finale"
Synopsis (Reflective Longings): An old man, on his way to death's door, mentally travels back in time to pinpoint a major regret that haunts him.
Rated: Public for all audiences
Written and Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk
Starring: Bill Boutin, Tim Pylypiuk, Phoebe Murer and Maria Illiou
Soundtrack By: Michio Mamiya & Oryphes, Ken R. Gao, and Mychael Danna
Synopsis (Speak To Me Distillation Finale): Concluding what began last week on "The Grooming Hour", a seven episode mini-serial, written and translated by Tim Pylypiuk called and broadcasted before on Radio Drama, is given the summation treatment by the cast, distilling the complex chronicle of Tattoo Artist Apprentice Keven Holtz journey towards peace as a sexual abuse survivor into a cliff-notes edition that will conclude with a very important message for this episode's closing.
Rated: PG-13 for language and graphic subject matter/situations
Written and Adapted by: Tim Pylypiuk
Starring: Tim Pylypiuk, Phoebe Murer, Maria Illiou and Bill Boutin
Soundtrack By: Claude-Michel Schonberg & Colm Wilkson
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