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Kori and children's book author, Julia Cook, chat about Julia's experiences with traditional publishing contracts. You can learn more about Julia at her website.
THE WRITER'S VOICE" HOSTED BY AUTHOR/MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER DELORES WALKER BURKE EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 12:00 PM EST ON THE CLAIM YOUR FAME NETWORK TRADITIONAL PUBLISHING VS SELF PUBLISHING WILL BE THE SHOW TOPIC AND IN "THE WRITER'S REPORT" WHAT'S BEING SAID ABOUT THE JORDAN DAVIS CASE. * THIS IS A FLASHBACK SHOW*
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WESTERN WRITING: THE LITERATURE OF AMERICA’S SOUL AUGUST 7, 2014 - AUGUST 28, 2014
August 21, 2014
This Week's Theme: Writing Westerns for a Younger Audience
Interview Guests: Johnny Boggs and Nancy Plain
This week's Message: The “Western” is a genre of various arts, such as film, television, radio, literature, painting and others. When most of us think about Western literature, we think of writers devoted to telling stories set primarily in the late 19th century in the American Old West, hence the name. However, in today’s world of literature, the name “Western” can be misleading to some. Western literature is about yesterday, today and tomorrow. Western literature has many genres, including Fiction, Nonfiction, Juvenile, Juvenile Nonfiction, Poetry and even Music. Contemporary Western literature has become America’s unique brand of literature, now enjoyed throughout the world.
Throughout the month of August, Life Changing Talk Radio has teamed with the Western Writers of America, Inc. (WWA) to produce and broadcast four very special episodes. Each episode will include interviews with members of the WWA and will address several interesting and enlightening aspects of contemporary Western literature.
Western Writers of America, Inc., was founded in 1953 to promote the literature of the American West and bestow Spur Awards for distinguished writing in the Western field. The founders were largely authors who wrote traditional Western fiction, but the organization has swiftly expanded to include historians and other nonfiction authors, young adult and romance writers, and writers interested in regional history. Today the organization has over 650 members who write everything from mainstream fiction to local history.
Hello Everyone welcome to IndieReview Behind The Scenes segment The News In Books Spotlight! Tonight the TBN Editors Author (s) Rebecca Sweeney Graf and Jamie Alluisi... the discussion tonight is to aide writers with tips and techniques for better writing!
The News In Books: The News in Books is a site dedicated to communicating to you about books and anything that has to do with books. You can find out the latest releases, book tours, freebies, bargains, and events.
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Every Thursday we Thrive in lighting up the stage with some great music! Independent Artistry at it's fullest! Giving you brand new flava! And good ole school music to make you dance and get your love jones on!!!! come get in the CYCLEZONE on Richkid Radio!!!!!
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The traditional school year for preK-12 students spans over 10 months, generally August to May or September to June, in over 80 percent of the public schools within the United States. I had the pleasure of teaching at the first multitrack year-round school in North Carolina, Morrisville Year-Round Elementary School, and learned several important principles about learning that can be applied no matter students' school schedules. Learning is not limited to school; learning is a way of life. I will provide suggestions on using the resources in our local communities to stimulate young scholars academically and ensure that they are immersed in a productive learning environment, whether formally enrolled in school or not.
It's about that time! School time! *All parents are doing a happy dance!* Year round schools are well underway and traditional schools will begin soon, but what should parents do to get prepared? What should first time parents do to get their child (and themselves) ready for Kindergarten? How do you search for and choose quality early education? Want some parenting tips and tools? Is your child starting in an Exceptional or Special Needs classroom and you need help navigating that process? If you said yes to even one of these questions then join us for the month of August for the answers. And call in to get some of your questions answered. We will have educators and parents join us to discuss these topics and more!
Talk to you then!
Diaries of the Cheshire Girls Book 1 of The Shattered Looking Glass series is the one that talks about addiction, drunkorexia, inhalant deaths, the first year of sobriety
Book 2 by Hatter is March Hares Blues, is a who-dunnit based on financial abuse.
My pen name for these is Hatter.
Available at Lulu or my Cheshire Grin publishing website. www.cheshiregrinpublishing.com
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(Outside US: Dial 00 + 1 + 714-464-4891)
Viki Winterton interviews Rosemary Evans!
Rosemary Evans, two-time award-winning author, is the mother of four children and grandmother of fourteen. She is originally from Ontario, Canada, and now lives in Lake Oswego, Oregon.
Rosemary has created the exquisite Teeny Tiny Tina series, The Adventures of the Little Prince and The Little Princesses Magical Party books. All four books recently received the Mom's Choice Awards Gold Medal and the Royal Dragonfly Book Awards First Place.
In addition to her children's books, Rosemary is the author of six eBooks, and she is an accomplished watercolor artist.
Join us for Live the Dream Radio. We are talking to women visionaries, who will share their expertise and insight on writing and self publishing a book. If you have a book in you waiting to be born, you want to catch this show.
Join my guest: Aynoit Ashor, Savannah Jackson, and Julie Holloway. These ladies are best selling authors, motivational speakers and coaches.
Get ready for the WRITE Stuff, it's your time. Give birth to your book!
Linda Leon is the owner of www.bookmarketingprofessionals.com. This is a book publication, marketing, author support and visual productions company. She worked in management and as a producer in broadcast television. This industry has given her a spectrum of media skills from writing to producing television and radio programs. Linda’s television and radio work over the years has gone international and has reached over 80 million households. She is also a professional ghostwriter, author, and was a columnist for United Press International for 4 years. She is a prolific writer with hundreds of posts on line. Her podcast Book That Author that aired on Blog Talk Radio accumulating over 20,000 listeners. Her most recent books are Publishing and Publicity for Smart People and Rock Star Marketing for the Emerging Author. Linda’s greatest joy in life is serving God and being a wonderful wife and awesome mother.
Join Angela Lauria of The Author Incubator as she interviews Holistic Health Practitioner and Motivational Speaker Susan D. Wedgewood- Goudy about the publishing of her book, The Journey From Fear To Love Is Shorter Than YOU Think.
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