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Leo Sullivan is a versatile writer, with Urban Fiction being one of the many genres that he enjoys. In 2005 Leo Sullivan from a federal prison cell, signed to Triple Crown Productions and took the urban literary world by storm with has mega hit, debut novel, Life (Life Without Hope) it has sold over a hundred thousand copies to date. It is still considered an urban street classic. His follow up novel, Dangerous has been featured in such magazines as Essence, Don Diva, King, just to name a few. He has also written other best selling novels such as Innocent and its sequel Innocent Forever, as well as, In this life for adult and teenage version. In 2011 upon his release from prison, Leo started his own company, SULLIVAN PRODUCTION LLC, Films and literary. He decided to enter the movie industry after writing several screenplays and working with independent movie studios and producers. One of the producers in particular is William Packer. Leo's most recent releases are Innocent's Revenge, Innocent's Revenge 2 and several other best selling novels.
I have known Randy Sullivan for 35 years and counting. I use to work under Randy Sullivan at Gibson's Discount Center, while attending seminary in Marlow, Oklahoma. Read Randy's bio:
Randy was born in Lawton, Oklahoma, May 29, 1952 to Wendell and Lorene Sullivan.Having been raised on dairy farm East of Lawton, Okla., Randy moved to Duncan, Okla. 1979.
Randy is married Deborah Lee McKinney (High School Sweetheart), May 25 1974 and were blessed with two children, Ryan, first born 1977, and Chad 1981.
In 1966 Randy accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour and was later baptized and became a member of the First Baptist Church, Lawton, Oklahoma in 1972,
Randy surrendered to God’s call on his life to serve in ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ 1972, but did not begin pursuit of God’s calling until after 1996. (so many years wasted living for self). He became a member of choir and praise and worship team First Baptist Duncan 1996 to 2002, and served as deacon as well. Randy began ministering at Lexington Prison third Thursday of each month 2002 to current.
We invite you to listen to Randy's testimony of salvation and faith in Christ as he's been "changed by the Word."
Our SPECIAL GUEST this week is Miranda Sullivan.
Miranda comes from a corporate and professional service industry background that incorporated sales, marketing, advertising and even a stint in motor racing. Miranda had taken her years of experience of volunteer work with children and worked as a Nanny for several years.
She is now the Founder and Executive Director of the Positive Penni Foundation, writer, songwriter and speaker. She is planning to complete her first CD, "Trust What You Know" by fall 2014. A favorite song is included, "I Can Do It On My Own," which she co-wrote with Lisa Schaffer. She is taking PRE-orders for the CD and the newest, Adventures of Positive
Miranda is busy with additional plans to begin this fall scheduling her Positive Discpline parenting classes in churches and in the workplace as well as enrolling sponsors.
Miranda's own life experiences and lessons has created an amazing passion for her work and she believes that if everyone loved and respected themselves, the world would be at peace.
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Christopher Dean Sullivan is a bass artisan who is versatile and well-traveled throughout the U.S. and abroad. He has shared the stage and/or recorded with Archie Schepp, Sheila Jordan, Yusef Lateef, Odean Pope, Freddie Hubbard, Horace Parlan, Carl Grubbs, Irene Reid, Charli Persip to name a few, as well as, works his own ensembles for many years. Chris can also be heard on recordings with Israel "Cachao" López, Christian McBride, and a WKCR live performance with Henry Grimes. Sullivan plays not just the upright bass strings but the bass itself, throwing himself into the performance not to draw the spotlight. For more information and details about upcoming shows visit www.ChristopherDeanSullivan.com.
Recently Frost & Sullivan recognized Igloo Software with the 2013 Global Product Leadership Award. We'll talk with Rob Arnold, Principal Analyst, ICT, at Frost & Sullivan to learn more about their Global Product Leadership award for Enterprise Social Networking. They will discuss the award that is based upon the organization that demonstrates leadership across five key performance criteria:
Product features and functionality
Innovative element(s) of the product
Customer acceptance in the market
Value-added customizations and enhancements
Product quality and fit for different use cases
Dr. Sharon Sullivan discusses the intersection of the arts and activism.
The books she recommended during the conversation are
Disposable People:New Slavery in the Global Economy
Somebody's Daughter: The Hidden Story of America's Prostituted Children and the Battle to Save Them
Last time, on "When I'm 64", I told you that The Beatles led the 1964 British Invasion on America with their legendary musical performances on Ed Sullivan's television show. But who was Ed Sullivan? On this show, I'll answer that question. And trust me, he was a biggie too!
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