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Frank Mundo is the author of The Brubury Tales, an ambitious homage to Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, which is due out this summer. The Brubury Tales takes Chaucer's story and frame to Los Angeles just after the riots, where seven security guards on the graveyard shift swap tales in a hilarious storytelling competition for Christmas vacation time. The Brubury Tales also contains a special foreword by California literary legend, Carolyn See, the Friday-morning book reviewer for The Washington Post and bestselling author of Handyman and There Will Never Be Another You. "The Brubury Tales," says See, "is a landmark book, in what is going to be -- and already is -- an exceptional, distinguished literary career."
For years Frank Mundo worked countless odd jobs, including a graveyard-shift security guard in Los Angeles, which allowed him to write and publish hundreds of stories, poems, essays, book reviews, articles and author interviews. During this time, Frank managed to earn a BA in English from UCLA, where he completed the Creative Writing Program. Frank is currently a Lead Content Developer for UCG Publishing. You can learn more about Frank and read his author interviews at LA Books Examiner. If you'd like to be notified by email when The Brubury Tales is available for purchase, please email frank at FrankMundo@rocketmail.com.
Cryptoids, Urban Legends, And Strange Tales on Mystic Moon Cafe! They say that most Legends have roots in the Truth! Join Travis and Wendy as they delve into the world of Urban Myths and Legends! We will discuss Mothman, Dogman, Goatman, Ozark Howler, Thunderbirds, and so on!
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Kyrja Withers is the author of Friends Of Rupert you can find her at
www.friendsofrupert.webs.com where you can get the latest information on forthcoming publication and release dates for Rupert's Tales ~ a read-aloud series of books for Pagan children (and adults too!)
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Pattie Canova hosts a talk show using wit, candor, keen insight, perception, experience, and the tales and symbols of Tarot to inform, illuminate, enlighten and entertain her listeners. Write Pattie at firstname.lastname@example.org w/your questions, feedback or insights. Visit my website: www.pattiecanova.com Let's discover what it takes to walk our road toward awakening. www.pattiecanova.com
Warrington, PA – When a parent is faced with the unbearable tragedy of losing a child, we pray that they will soon find peace and “closure.” But closure is not a valid expectation of someone who has suffered such a loss. Nothing will fill that void or heal that wound. Nothing will bring back their child.
But it is possible to move forward. It is possible to have a productive life again. Your life will never be the same, but it can be a good life.
Rosemarie Kaupp is the author of The Amberella Tales, a series of early chapter books for children. Rosemarie was inspired to write The Amberella Tales after losing her son Chris when he was only 23 years old.
“I had a decision to make,” recalls Rosemarie. “I could choose to go on with my life or let this experience destroy me. It wasn’t easy. It wasn’t a straight line. But I knew it was a path that I had to follow.”
So Rosemarie began writing to help memorialize Chris’s life. She had loved reading to her son when he was little and remembered how much he enjoyed it too. She wanted to preserve her connection to him. As she wrote, Chris’s memory served as her muse. It helped her grieve, but also move forward.
“The books have been a labor of love,” says Rosemarie. “It was a huge accomplishment that brought me great peace. I have been thrilled to bring the characters to life on the pages and share them with readers.”
For more information on Rosemarie Kaupp, visit www.rosemariekaupp.com and www.kidswritertoyou.blogspot.com
When author J.A. Campbell (aka Julie) is not writing she's often out riding horses, or working sheep with her dogs. She lives in Colorado with her three cats, Kira and Bran, her border collies, her Traveler-in training, Triska, and her Irish Sailor. She is the author of many Vampire and Ghost-Hunting Dog stories the Tales of the Travelers series, and many other young adult books. She's a member of the Horror Writers Association and the Dog Writers of America Association and the editor for Story Emporium fiction magazine.
Here you'll learn Gold Tip Four and ask "Whatever Ever Happened To Golf Tip Number Three and Golf Tip Number Two?" But we also offer the strange history of Eggs Benedict — not invented by Benedict Arnold — give you a poem, and remind you of that time you were happy, just driving along, and that certain song came on the radio to ruin it all. Here's the poem:
Peeled Onion Dream Pie
“Just peel the onion,” you told me. “Peel back the
layers and see what you find.” “Nothing,” I replied,
but I was wrong. Nothing was just what I found
there at that very particular point in time.
Now I know an onion is full of space, and space
of course is full of stars. So let’s talk about
observation, seeing time move, and wondering when
and how simple viewing snaked its way through
the amygdala to turn itself into critical thinking.
To make this pie, I suggest you start out with one
perfectly large, unfathomably sweet Vidalia onion.
Peel it back until you all you can see is stars, motion,
and mathematics. Opine to your heart’s desire.
Percolate. Steep overnight. Reflect. And finally
inject just a drop or two of raw emotion to give it
that special zip. Spread this filling warm over a thick
skin of bread dough and caramelized minced onion.
Bake in a wood-fired adobe oven in the darkest heart
of night just north of Nogales while you sing arias with
wild coyotes and breathe in the same stars that I
alone could not see inside the onion.
Serve in a paper bag.
Try to think your way out of it.
Brandon Witt joins the show tonight to talk about his path as a successful author of 13 books, including one of his latest, "Under A Sky of Ash." We'll talk Brandon's writing, inspirations, and hear tall tales from the life inside this writers head!
Brandon Witt's outlook on life is greatly impacted by his first eighteen years of growing up gay in a small town in the Ozarks, as well as fifteen years as a counselor and special education teacher for students with severe emotional disabilities. Add to that his obsession with corgis and mermaids, then factor in an unhealthy love affair with cheeseburgers, and you realize that with all those issues, he's got plenty to write about....
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Author Garnet Schulhauser returns to Writestream Tuesday with Daria Anne to discuss his latest book, Dance of Heavenly Bliss:
His third book, Dance of Heavenly Bliss, continues the saga of his astral trips with Albert who takes him to meet Gaia, the consciousness of Mother Earth, two of Earth’s mythical creatures—a Sasquatch and an Irish fairy—who live in fear of humans, and a human civilization on another planet that is ruled by women. On the Spirit Side he met many fascinating souls who regaled him with tales of their lives on Earth, including Moses, Jesus and his mother Mary, Lucifer, and the goddess Athena. These trips were designed to inspire humans to appreciate the diversity of life in the universe and encourage us to love and respect one another, Mother Earth, and all the creatures who share our planet.
Garnet Schulhauser is a retired lawyer who lives near Victoria, on Vancouver Island, with his wife, Cathy, and little dog, Abby. After practicing corporate law for over thirty years in Calgary with two blue-chip law firms, he retired in 2008 and his first book, Dancing on a Stamp, was published in 2012. Since the release of his first book, Garnet has been active with book signing tours and speaking engagements and has been a frequent guest on radio talk shows.
We look at what's going on in Laura Ingalls Wilder fandom this month including events around the country and Trundlebed Tales programs. Looking ahead to future episodes and how you can give your suggestions. This month's events are in Burr Oak, Iowa, and Spring Valley, Minnesota.
Welcome to another Monday night episode of The Juice! Tonight we're kickin it with Dirty Black, so tune in to find out about that New York swag! Then, stick around for Steelo Vercetti and take it all the way South for a lil Louisiana feel! Two DOPE artists, only one place to be, The Juice baby!!
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