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Let's discuss the fairy tale thinking of a young girl who falls in love with someone that she hardly know.
Today's guest is Diana Hirsch, writer, author, and Zentangle Teacher.
About Diana Hirsch:
At the ripe age of 4, Diana wrote an epic tale of biblical porportions about Noah's Ark. She chose that subject because she loved to draw animals. Since those humble beginnings, her work has been published in newpapers, magazines and anthologies. She is the author of "Lessons from Dad: A Letter to You," "Mom, Star Trek and Las Vegas: A Grand Adventure," and "Jimmy the Burglar."
Diana is a proud member of the National Federation of Press Women, and the 2011 NaNoWriMo event.
Check her out in advance of our inteview at www.wolfhowlings.wordpress.com.
Thank you for joining us on The Michael Dresser Show! Today we welcome these guests to our show:
Dr. Dale Archer, M.D.: Author of "The ADHD Advantage: What You Thought Was a Diagnosis May Be Your Greatest Strength," http://www.drdalearcher.com
Robert Hutcherson: Author of "Organizational Optimization," http://www.optimize-consulting.biz/solutions.html
Janet Fouts: Author of "Social Media Success," http://www.mindfulsocialmarketing.com
Elyce Wakerman: Author of "A Tale of Two Citizens," http://www.Facebook.com/pages/Elyce-Wakerman/810733105655542?fref=ts
Thank you for joining us today on The Michael Dresser Show!
Here’s what Anthony Anglorus, our guest, had to say about his book, The Prince of Prigs.
“Writing this tale was an utter joy, but I had a problem. Two, actually. One, the start of the book must catch the reader's eye.
There is nothing especially fascinating about a teenager arguing with his father and leaving home even in the seventeenth century, so I elected to start the book sixteen years later. Two, by starting at this point, I was rejecting a lot of fascinating stories, and to make matters worse, eight months later he left the country to fight abroad, and there is little information about this later period.
So I wrote his tale covering the eight months, and then hit a problem; it was way too short. However, history was roiling around him in this period, so I decided to show some of the events which coloured his actions. In doing so, General Thomas Lord Fairfax caught my eye and I researched him before weaving him into the tale. But the story still lacked depth and a proper conclusion. So I introduced Zachary Howard, weaving his tale around the existing story, and because of some of his actions, I was able to create a totally fictitious but utterly satisfying conclusion to the book.”
What a storyteller! Want more? Then visit Anthony at: http://www.anglorus.com/.
Tonight’s Topics “Armed and Bold in America.” An example on how being armed will deter the most arrogant of Pigs. “They MUST Think We’re Stupid.” The ongoing affront to Sandra Bland’s family and the black community. “They Are Trying Us Like Bitches.” Is the American white man trying to force the black man’s hand to go to war? “A Tale of a Black Life Lost.” Update on Kendrick Johnson. “The Big Deflection.” Caucasoids attempt to undermine the #blacklivesmovement. “Discarding of a Black Life. Shame On The System.” America’s two youngest killers to be released this week.
In 2024, the world is on the brink of nuclear war and environmental disaster. Nora Del Bosque tells her husband, Aden Delaterre, she must go to Chicago, to the new headquarters of the Un, to report on a crucial meeting. With the world situation looking grim, Aden fears for Nora's safety. As an environmental specialist, he understands the danger all too well. His fears are confirmed when global disaster strikes during Nora's trip, and the two are lost to each other. In the ensuing years, they each lead lives in isolated communities without modern technology or the conveniences once taken for granted. Both become leaders within these fragments of civilization, facing a wide range of conflicts. In the process, Nora and Aden discover their own intuitive awakening and come to know and rely on their personal spirit guides-in hopes of one day finding each other. In this tale of romance, political intrigue, and mysticism, humanity faces a post-apocalyptic crisis of devastating proportions.
My name is Kate Loving Shenk RN BSN. I have been a nurse for three decades. I love having meaningful conversations with people about their Love of Life and what it means in relation to prayer and eradicating the fear of death. It makes me crazy how American society sweeps death away and no one speaks about it. This is why I’ve created a daily podcast called "Kate Loving's P.R.A.Y.E.R. Podcast: Prayer Prescriptions that ReWire Assumptions About Your Everyday Reality."
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On Tuesday, June 30, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
Erik Altieri with the AP Action Fund brings a message of reality with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and what higher education would look like with him as president.
Ryan Fishman is back this week with another legal round up and more insights into the wonderful world of politics. This will be one interesting conversation!
Diane Bukowski, activist when you need one. Voice when yours is gone. Hero when hope is lost. She begins her weekly series this week on the show than introduction to her publication The Voice of Detroit.
Mark Brewer is back this week to discuss the Supreme Court decision on Redistricting and what it may mean for Michigan.
Chad Selweski, award winning journalist and seeker of truth drops in today with tales of political woe and a deep divide between political philosophies, and oh, so much more.
Open Lines in this half hour with commentary on the state or race in this country, the cautionary tale of “summer break”, and what needs to be done to change the course of insanity in the GOP mantra of “me, me, me”.
These shows rarely have a topic or theme set up beforehand, but this one will be an exception. I was asked a question loosely related to Insane Clown Posse for my last episode, the Listener Q&A one, and intended to tell a sordid loosely ICP related tale. I ran out of time, though, as the story is too good to skim over.
So I won't. It's getting its own episode, and a special weekend one, at that. It involves misdemeanor crime, Juggalos and comics, among other things. I hope I can do it justice in telling it, as it's one of my favorite stories in my head.
So yeah, join me as I potentially incriminate the crap out of myself and tell my tale. Should be fun stuff.
The world's most widely read authors tell stories. The world's least effective business folks spew raw data and stats at their audiences. So how do you weave the necessary business info into a spellbinding story that will have folks paying attention? Well, hereby hangs a tale. Host Bart Jackson lays on his lyre and gives his best version of how to present an entrancing business story in several tricky situations. Then comes the expertise: Bart's guest, the premier presentation coach Ms. Eileen Sinett will correct Bart's fumbling attempts and give us the version of how the story really should be sung. Tune in for a lot of laughs and a lot of learning.
When Jasmine met Jerome, a young club owner from the South Side of Miami, she instantly felt a connection. Their relationship progresses fast, and soon they are engaged. Although she loved him, she wasn’t completely ready to walk down the isle. With all sorts of insecurities it soon becomes plain why she should’ve trusted her gut instincts. When Jerome is caught in a compromising position with her best friend, in steps Khalil, Jerome’s extremely handsome brother. Their steamy affair is just the payback Jerome deserves…or so she thinks.
Through multiple affairs, break-ups, make-ups and drama coming from every direction, Jasmine decides to leave her relationship and friendships behind.
Meanwhile, things aren’t going so great for those she walked away from. With every one questioning the validity of their relationships, nothing is what it seems in this fast-paced cautionary tale.
Everyone has something to prove, and with manipulation coming from all sides, it shows that these friends are only capable of doing one thing…being relentlessly unfaithful.
in Self Help
Edie Weinstein welcomes Kimberly Smythe whose book entitled Letting Go Again: A Birth Mother’s Tale of Adoption, Re-Union, Separation and Growth highlights the idea that re-uniting with the daughter she gave up for adoption has its joyful and pain-filled moments.
When Kimberly Smythe was a teenager, she became pregnant and hid the fact from her family until it became evident and from the birth father until well afterward. The shame she felt carried over into all areas of her life. A re-union with her daughter did not go as planned and her artfully told story sheds a light on the emotional roller coaster ride that ensued.
After living the nomadic life of an Air Force brat, Kimberly Smythe spent twenty-six years in Hawaii, which still holds a special place in her heart. She has four grown children, three of whom call her mom. Today, Kimberly lives in the great Northwest where she shares a home with her wonderful husband and their two dogs. www.lettinggoagain.com
Edie Weinstein, LSW is a colorfully creative journalist, inspiring transformational speaker, licensed social worker, interfaith minister, BLISS Coach and the author of The Bliss Mistress Guide To Transforming The Ordinary Into the Extraordinary. She calls herself an Opti-Mystic who sees the world through the eyes of possibility. www.opti-mystical.com
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