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Miriam Knight moderates the Roundtable Discussion by some of NCReview’s top reviewers of their favorites among books they’ve recently reviewed on www.ncreview.com. Participants in this week’s show:
Julie Clayton, the Reviews Editor for New Consciousness Review. Her website is: www.sacredwriting.com
Cynthia Sue Larson, a best-selling author, life coach, and inspirational speaker. Her website is: www.realityshifters.com)
Lamisha Serf , a greeting card creator, avid reader, dreamer, and life coach. Her website is www.lifeoncedreamt.com.
The Boy Who Died and Came Back Again by Richard Moss
Time in a Bottle: Mastering the Experience of Life by Howard Falco
Now: Embracingthe Present Moment by Richard Singer
Experiencing Spirituality: Finding Meaning Through Storytelling by Ernest Kurtz & Katherine Ketcham
Consciousness: Bridging the Gap Between Conventional Science and Quantum Mechanicsby Eva Herr
Conscious Musings by Alexis Brooks
One Mind by Larry Dossey
Flying Paint Rollers from Heaven by Andy Myers
Inspired & Unstoppable by Tama Kieves
Messages of Hope by Suzanne Giesemann
Tune In by Sonia Choquette
Grace Under Pressure by Sophie Walker
Radical Remission by Kelly Turner
GUESTS: * REAL DEAL & FRESCO TOPICS: * Props in Battle Rap * CHARRON, K-Shine & The Slap * Fabolous: The Plug ( some people ain't happy about the autotune ) * Kobe Retires * Verb/Surf ( Surf says fuck the bloggers/reviewers ) Unbias ) * Uno Lavoz/Cortez * Midgets, you Smashin? * Trash battlers you changed your mind about (unbias)
Unwelcome Guests #724 "Calling a SCAD, a SCAD"
PARTIAL SUMMARY: Our main talk this week is a 90 minute lecture by Professor Lance deHaven-Smith. His lecture is relaxed and he takes occasional questions from the audience. He begins his talk by outlining the difficulties he has had finding US publishers for his work. While peer reviewers rarely challenged its quality, US journals in particular were loathe to publish it, apologetically turning him away. He explains this by its forthrightness, and he names Chris Hedges and Noam Chomsky as two individuals who while they do not shy away from drawing attention to the misdeeds of the leaders of the US government, are nevertheless reluctant to explicitly call them crimes - never mind to face the truth of false flag attacks. Many government leaders, he says are not merely morally deficient, they are criminals and murderers - and we should face up to that.
Pam Stack, host of Authors on the Air, is pleased to welcome back to the studio, Chuck Greaves. Based on a trove of newly discovered documents, Tom & Lucky (and George & Cokey Flo) tells the true story of a singular trial in American history: an epic clash between a crime-busting district attorney and an all-powerful mob boss who, in the crucible of a Manhattan courtroom, battle for the heart and soul of a dispirited nation. Blending elements of political thriller, courtroom drama, and hard-boiled pulp, author C. Joseph Greaves introduces readers to the likes of Al Capone, Dutch Schultz, Meyer Lansky, and Bugsy Siegel while taking readers behind the scenes of a corrupt criminal justice system in which sinners may be saints and heroes may prove to be the biggest villains of all. Chuck Greaves spent 25 years as an L.A. trial lawyer before turning his attention to fiction. His debut novel HUSH MONEY (Minotaur), a legal mystery, won the SouthWest Writers' International Writing Contest, received starred reviews from both Publishers Weekly and Library Journal, and was a Critics' Pick from Kirkus Reviews. HUSH MONEY has been named a finalist for numerous national awards and honors, including the Rocky Award (Left-Coast Crime), the Reviewers' Choice Award (RT Book Reviews), the Shamus Award (P.I. Writers of America) and the Audie Award for Best Mystery audiobook of 2012 (Audio Publishers Association.)
This is a copyrighted podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.
Everyone online knows how important positive reviews and recommendations can be. They can spell the difference between getting the business or not. The problem is, a cottage industry has popped up that vends fake reviews. Just like the black hat firms that once spawned link farms, these faux reviews might make your listing shine in the short term only to tar your company over the long haul. Even worse for firms who offer to post dubious reviews for a little bit of folding green, the powers that be are beginning to not only take notice, but take action. Case in point: E-tail giant Amazon has just initiated a lawsuit against 1,000 freelancers that sell face reviews. How long will it be before other industry titans like Google follow suit? Will companies who post fictitious reviews wind up tarred with the same brush? Who knows, but one thing is for sure...There's a lot at stake when it's fake.
Join Mz. Robinson for Part two of her Faith and The Love of Literature segment, during which she'll be joined by Deborah Fletcher Mello and Pat Tucker. For Deborah Fletcher Mello, writing is as necessary as breathing and she firmly believes that if she could not write she would cease to exist. Her first novel, TAKE ME TO HEART, earned her a 2004 Romance Slam Jam nomination for Best New Author. In 2005 she received Book of the Year and Favorite Heroine nominations for her novel THE RIGHT SIDE OF LOVE. In 2008, Deborah won the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice award for Best Series Romance for her ninth novel, TAME A WILD STALLION. With the release of her second literary work, GRAYE in 2012 and her fifteenth romance novel, PASSIONATE PREMIERE in 2013, Deborah knows that there are no limits to her writing career.
By day, Pat Tucker works as a radio news director in Houston, Texas. By night, she is a talented writer with a knack for telling page-turning stories. She is the author of The Cocktail Club, Sideline Scandals, Party Girl, Daddy’s Maybe, Football Widows (soon to be a movie), Daddy by Default, and Lachez (an original e-short). She is the coauthor with Earl Sewell of Loyalty Among Friends and A Social Affair and has participated in three anthologies, including New York Times bestselling author Zane’s Caramel Flava. A graduate of San Jose State University, Pat is a member of the National and Houston Association of Black Journalists and Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. She is married with two children. Tune in as Mz. Robinson gets to know these talented, driven and exceptional "Women of Purpose".
Top reviewers from the New Consciousness Review website tell us about some of the books they’ve recently reviewed that particularly impressed them. Joining Miriam Knight today are: Julie Clayton, Cynthia Sue Larson and Diane Holcomb.
The eleven books discussed are:
Essentialism by Greg McKeown
Supernormal by Dean Radin
God Within: The Day God’s Train Stopped – by Patti Conklin
Life by the Cup by Zhena Muzyka
The Self-Actualizing Cosmos by Ervin Laszlo
A Fuller View by L. Steven Sieden
How Do You Pray? by Celeste Yarboni
The Disease Delusion by Dr. Jeffrey S. Bland
Active Consciousness by Amy Lansky
The Secret Life of Sleep by Kat Duff
The Seven Decisions by Andy Andrews
Today on The Boochcast, Booch and Elvis talk about the new episode of South Park, Booch's brother paying him to mow the lawn, Jay calls in to talk about Yelp reviewers and to see how Booch did at the Roast Of Jamie Ward, Eddie calls in to talk about his friendship with Elvis, CM Punk Says The Susan G. Komen Foundation Is A Scam, Hulk Hogan Content Returns To The WWE Network, Trish Stratus vs. Lita Kicks Off ‘WWE Rivalries,’ Steve Corino Talks Samoa Joe & Kevin Owens In WWE, Cesaro’s Ability & More, and ESPN SportsCenter to Air A Weekly WWE Segment.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview STEVEN FRANCESCO.
CEO, Francesco International and
Author of the new book Overmedicated and Undertreated, which is
Recommended by reviewers from The New York Times and
Columbia University Medical School, Dept. of Psychiatry
Now available on Amazon and in bookstores.
Miriam Knight moderates the Roundtable Discussion by some of NCReview’s top reviewers of their favorites among books they’ve recently reviewed. Participants in this week’s show:
Julie Clayton, the Reviews Editor for New Consciousness Review. Her website is: www.sacredwriting.com
Cynthia Sue Larson, a best-selling author, life coach, and inspirational speaker. Her website is: www.realityshifters.com
Kandy Williams, a writer, photographer and spiritual explorer. Her website is: www.findingyourdivinity.com
The books reviewed are:
1. Exploring The Crack In The Cosmic Egg: Split Minds & Meta-Realities by Joseph Chilton Pearce
2. Perceptual Integration: The Mechanics Of Awakening by Gary Sherman
3. Healing Pain And Injury by Maud Nerman
4. Brain Changer by David DiSalvo
5. In Your Own Hands by Larry Berkelhammer
6. PSI Wars by Craig Weiler
7. Axiogenesis by Nicholas Rescher
8. Consciousness Beyond Life: The Science Of The Near-Death Experience by Pim Van Lommel
9. Your (Re) Defining Moments: Becoming Who You Were Born To Be by Dennis Merritt Jones
10. The Hero'S Journey: Joseph Campbell On His Life And Work by Joseph Campbell
11. Induced After Death Communication: A Miraculous Therapy For Grief And Loss by Dr. Allan Botkin
12. Digestive Intelligence: A Holistic View Of Your Second Brain by Dr. Irina Matveikova
Dawson Church, PhD, is an award-winning author whose best-selling book, The Genie in Your Genes, (www.YourGeniusGene.com) has been hailed by reviewers as a breakthrough in our understanding of the link between emotions and genetics. He founded the National Institute for Integrative Healthcare (www.NIIH.org) to study and implement promising evidence-based psychological and medical techniques. His groundbreaking research has been published in prestigious scientific journals. He is the editor of Energy Psychology: Theory, Research, & Treatment, a peer-reviewed professional journal (www.EnergyPsychologyJournal.org), a blogger for the Huffington Post, and a reviewer for the APA’s Mental Health Mobile Phone Application Review Database. He shares how to apply the breakthroughs of energy psychology to health and athletic performance through EFT Universe (www.EFTUniverse.com), one of the largest alternative medicine sites on the web.
The websites to give out on the air are:
Every author has been told, again and again, don't respond to negative reviews, don't attack another author, don't badmouth readers for not liking your book. Don't... just don't. Yet, authors, bloggers, and reviewers still get into tiffs that can turn into major ordeals. Maybe it's fun to watch for the bystanders, but what effect is this having on the writing, and especially the indie community? We'll be breaking it down this week on A Special Kind of Crazy, and laying out why antagonistic behavior hurts more than just the jilted author of reviewer.