• 00:30

    ANYTHING GOES Sable Hunter

    in Entertainment

    Sable Hunter is one of those ladies who seems busier than I am. It does not matter if she is working on a book project or starting a new magazine..She is an interesting lady who wows me everything. I am glad to have her as a guest tonight

  • 01:20

    A Talk with Sable Hunter

    in Writing

    This week we welcome erotic romance author Sable Hunter to the program. She will talk about her "Hell Yeah" series and one of her most popular novels, "Forget Me Never". We'll talk about what makes for good romance fiction and how a writer goes about heating up or cooling down a story.


    We will also read the winning Flash-Fiction Writing Prompt story, share what's happening in the publishing world and generally have a good time. 

  • 00:29

    Author Sable Hunter

    in Books

    Sable Hunter writes erotic romances that run the gamut from cowboys to New Orleans witches to Texas good old boys that play football one day and ride bulls the next.   http:// Amazon Author page: http://amzn.to/1ao7gHY
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/authorsablehunter

  • 00:47

    Literary Symposium - Sable Hunter

    in Books

    Taken from Sable's Amazon page:
    "Sable's hometown will always be New Orleans. She loves the culture of Louisiana and it permeates everything she does. Now, she lives in the big state of Texas and like most southern women, she loves to cook southern food - especially Cajun and Tex-Mex. She also loves to research the supernatural, but shhhh don't tell anyone. Sable writes saucy romances. She lives in New Orleans. She believes that her goal as a writer is to make her readers laugh with joy, cry in sympathy and fan themselves when they read the hot parts - ha! The worlds she creates in her books are ones where right prevails, love conquers all and holding out for a hero is not an impossible dream."
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    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/authorsablehunter Website: http://sablehunter.com/ Store: http://cafepress.com/sablehunter

  • 00:54

    Literary Symposium - Sable Hunter Part Deux

    in Books

    Dreamers Radio welcomes back Sable Hunter, author of the Hell Yeah! series and much, much more.


    Taken from Sable's Amazon page:



    "Sable's hometown will always be New Orleans. She loves the culture of Louisiana and it permeates everything she does. Now, she lives in the big state of Texas and like most southern women, she loves to cook southern food - especially Cajun and Tex-Mex. She also loves to research the supernatural, but shhhh don't tell anyone.

    Sable writes saucy romances. She lives in New Orleans. She believes that her goal as a writer is to make her readers laugh with joy, cry in sympathy and fan themselves when they read the hot parts - ha!
    The worlds she creates in her books are ones where right prevails, love conquers all and holding out for a hero is not an impossible dream."


    Barnes and Noble


    Facebook
    Website
    Store


    Previous Dreamers Radio interview

  • 00:55

    Saucy Romance with Author Sable Hunter

    in Books

    Join host Lori Hays on Behind the Words for a conversation with popular romance author Sable Hunter.


    Sable writes saucy romances. She splits her time between Louisiana and Texas. Her goal as a writer is to make her readers laugh, cry and sweat - in a good way. The world she creates in her books is one where right prevails, love conquers all and holding out for a hero is not an impossible dream.

    Sable writes saucy romances. She splits her time between Louisiana and Texas. Her goal as a writer is to make her readers laugh, cry and sweat - in a good way. The world she creates in her books is one where right prevails, love conquers all and holding out for a hero is not an impossible dream.

    http://sablehunter.com/
    http://sablehunter.blogspot.com/
    http://sablessweetdreams.blogspot.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/authorsablehunter
    https://twitter.com/huntersable
     


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    This is a copyrighted podcast owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC and produced by Pam Stack

  • 01:01

    Tonight on Journal Jabber: Sable Hunter

    in Books

    Warning:  This show may have explicit content. 
    Tonight I'd like to welcome Sable Hunter, author of erotic novels such as Cowboy Heat and Finding Dandi.  Things are sure to heat up tonight on Journal Jabber. 
    Don't be shy, listen in!
    Tonight's show is sponsored by The Eyes for Editing - your story, only better!

  • 00:48

    Literary Symposium - The Return of Sable Hunter

    in Books

    Dreamers Radio welcomes back Sable Hunter, author of the Hell Yeah! series and much, much more.


    Taken from Sable's Amazon page:



    "Sable's hometown will always be New Orleans. She loves the culture of Louisiana and it permeates everything she does. Now, she lives in the big state of Texas and like most southern women, she loves to cook southern food - especially Cajun and Tex-Mex. She also loves to research the supernatural, but shhhh don't tell anyone.

    Sable writes saucy romances. She lives in New Orleans. She believes that her goal as a writer is to make her readers laugh with joy, cry in sympathy and fan themselves when they read the hot parts - ha!
    The worlds she creates in her books are ones where right prevails, love conquers all and holding out for a hero is not an impossible dream."


    Barnes and Noble


    Facebook
    Website
    Store


    Previous Dreamers Radio interview #1 and interview #2

  • 01:27

    Sable Hunter, author of Erotic Romance

    in Writing

     
    Sable Hunter writes erotic romances that run the gamut from cowboys to New Orleans witches to Texas good old boys that play football one day and ride bulls the next.  She grew up in south Louisiana along the mysterious bayous where the Spanish moss hangs thick over the dark waters.  The culture of Louisiana has shaped her outlook on life and has made its way into her paranormal romances where the supernatural is entirely normal.     Presently, Sable lives in Texas and spends most of her time in wild and wonderful Austin.  In the spring, her home sits in a field of bluebonnets.      While writing takes up a lot of her time, Sable also loves to cook Cajun, Creole and Tex-Mex.  She is passionate about animals and has been known to charm creatures from a one ton bull to a family of raccoons.  For fun, Sable has been known to haunt cemeteries and battlefields armed with night vision cameras and digital recorders hunting proof that love survives beyond the grave.She is both traditionally published and self-published with fifteen books available now and a half dozen to be released in the next year. 

  • 00:31

    Lets Talk E Pub Pirates Part 2

    in Pop Culture

    Huffington Post Columnist  Rachel Thompson and Writer/Columnist Bennet Pomerantz discuss topics with media guests. 


    Last week show with guest Medison Sevier about this subject . I think we openned a large kettle of worms with all the emails from writers and publishers


     


    so on this episode of Lets Talk, we have a full house of talented guests..Sable Hunter (Author/Publisher Beau Coup Publishing), TJ Michaels (Author), Katherine Fye Sears (CMO of Booktroupe) and Madison Sevier..It will be a busy half hour discussing this subject


     


     


     


     


     

  • 02:00

    I was just thinking...Let the Ancestors speak: Dr. John H. Clarke

    in Education

    John Henrik Clarke (born John Henry Clark, January 1, 1915 – July 16, 1998),  a Pan Africanist, American-African writer, historian, professor, and pioneer in the creation of Africana studies and professional institutions in academia starting in the late 1960s.


    Also a Professor of African World History and in 1969 founding chairman of the Department of Black and Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College in New York. He was the Carter G. Woodson Distinguished visiting Professor of African History at Cornell University's Africana Studies.  In 1968 along with the Black Caucus of the African Studies Association, Clarke founded the African Heritage Research Association.


    He said:


    "History is a clock that people use to tell their time of day. It is a compass they use to find themselves on the map of human geography. It tells them where they are, but more importantly, what they must be."


    We must remember the ancestors and listen to thier words of wisdom...Please enjoy!


    Call in @ 661-467-2407 on the first evening of Kwanzaa!

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