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Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes author ROB CORNELL. Rob Cornell is the author of The Lockman Chronicles, a five-book urban fantasy series featuring ex-government agent and monster hunter, Craig Lockman. His three mysteries staring Ridley Brone--private eye, karaoke bar owner, and millionaire--walk the line between deadly noir and sarcastic humor. Rob's most recent release is The Mind's Lie, the first in a planned trilogy of psychological thrillers with a paranormal bent. Raised on a steady diet of Star Wars, He-Man, G.I. Joe, and Transformers, he has always spent much of his time wandering the halls of his imagination, conjuring stories. Nowadays, he writes them down like a responsible adult. He lives in rural Southeast Michigan with his family.
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It's a new release and giveaway on December 14th. Come listen as I read an excerpt from I'm Not Ehrynn Rose, a sensuous paranormal, urban fantasy romance!
One lucky listener wiill win a copy!
Not feeling well, Nadia Logermeyer, a twenty-eight-year-old dental assistant living in New York City, lies down to rest, only to wake up in the hospital...in Houston, Texas. In someone else's body. With someone else's name. And with someone else's husband.
She has no idea how or why she's now Ehrynn Rose, or why Ehrynn tried to take her own life. All she knows is that as soon as she's able, she needs to return to NYC to find out what happened to her own body.
But that's not the worst of it. She's falling in love with Nash Rose, Ehrynn's husband. Unfortunately, the couple are in the midst of a sticky divorce, and her claims of a body switch are only making things more complicated.
She's not Ehrynn Rose, but it's quickly getting to the point where she'd give anything to be her. It isn't until she discovers the real reason why she tried to commit suicide that she realizes the danger isn't over yet.
Born in Nashville, Tennessee, D’Wynter Cold began singing at the tender age of two years old. Coming from a family with a music background, she quickly adapted a passion and unique talent for writing and performing, and at twelve years old, blew away a crowd to get to the final round at “The Apollo.” In 2010, D’Wynter took her talents to Music Row, the heart of Nashville’s entertainment scene, to work with a recording label and head collaborations with artists from all over the country.
D’Wynter’s unique and sultry vocal tones and glamorous style put her in a lane of her own as she began to emerge on the music scene. Singles "Shoulda Waited" and "Slow To Bleed” broke musical barriers in her hometown, which lead to her nominations for "Best R&B Artist, "Best Music Video" and "Best Performance" at the Southern Entertainment Awards. Her gifts landed her in the top 300 during “American Idol” Season 11 in 2011 and deemed her a fan-favorite on “The Voice” in 2013. Her budding career has continued to grow into 2015. She has shared concert stages with artists like Crissy Collins, infamous background vocalist for Beyonce, and more recently collaborated with Rick Ross and Won-G to introduce a radio smash single, “Rich Together,”.
The Anthony Aniano Fantasy sports Show airs every Saturday morning on blogtalkradio as part of the Rotoballer Radio Network. The show is hosted by Anthony Aniano, @AAnianoFantasy, from rotoballercom, draftvalet.com and he is a frequent guest on Sirius/XM Fantasy Sports Radio. Today's show will look at all the news from fantasy baseball week 4 and looks ahead to week 5 by looking at some hot players, players to avoid and all the 2 start pitchers for the upcoming week. The chat room is open or call us 914-803-4076. Follow on Facebook at the Anthony Aniano Fantasy Sports Show and twitter @AAnianoFantasy. Also follow @rotoballer, @rotoballerradio, @realtalkraph
Live from the 2016 Romantic Times Booklovers Convention!
Join us tonight as Jenna Black reads from her upcoming release, Devine Descendant.
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What happens when fertility goddesses go on strike? Nothing much—except maybe the end of the human race.
When private investigator Nikki Glass became immortal as a descendant of Artemis, she never dreamed she’d find herself playing marriage counselor to the gods. But she doesn’t really have much of a choice when the crazed ex-wife of Anderson Kane—a god in disguise who just happens to be the son of a Fury—decides to enact revenge by wiping out all of humanity. Somehow, Nikki must convince the two to kiss and make up, but with Anderson now gone AWOL, she'll have to find him first. To top it all off, the cat’s out of the bag that Anderson killed Konstantin, the Olympians’ deposed leader. Now their new boss—Konstantin’s son—is out for blood.
With every mere mortal’s fate now resting in Nikki’s hands, can she outsmart the gods…or will she be doomed to spend the rest of eternity in a barren and desolate world?
Join Lou Landers and Kyle Amore live on Thursday April 28th, 2016 from 8-10pm EST for episode #11 of Major League Fantasy Baseball Weekly. We will discuss player positions and help prepare you for the coming draft season. This will run every Thursday as a live broadcast that will take live callers at 323-870-4395. Press 1 to speak with the host. Our Thursday night show will do some weekly recaps, player updates, and preview the coming week end games.
Our guests this week are Corey D Roberts and Hernan Batista. Corey is the owner of majorleaguefantasysports.com, and the host of the Sunday Night show from 7-9pm EST. Hernan is long time fantasy baseball verteran and frequent guest on our shows.
You can find our shows on I-Tunes. Just search for Major League Fantasy Sports in the podcasts section. For Android users go to "Podcast Republic," then download that app, and search for "Major League Fantasy Sports Show"
Michael Moore and Scott Barrett break down the fantasy relevance of the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft including where Ezekiel Elliot projects to go in your draft, which rookie receiver will have the best 2016 and if any of the quarterbacks - Jared Goff, Carson Wentz or Paxton Lynch - are worth a look in your re-draft or fantasy leagues.
Michael Moore and Scott Barrett are back to talk about the big names taken on day two of the 2016 NFL Draft including Derrick Henry to Tennessee, Mike Thomas to New Orleans and what exactly are the Jets thinking with Christian Hackenburg? They also talk about some players still available like Connor Cook and Kenneth Dixon.
Join us for our This Week in Fantasy Sports segment of Sports With The StatMan at our new regular day and time, Saturday morning at 10am Eastern.
Welcome to the fantasy baseball season! We help you get your rosters and lineups ready for Week 5 in fantasy baseball with our fantasy advice and the latest fantasy news. Tune in for injury information and hot pick-ups. We will award our Weekly Best and Stock Up/Stock Down for Week 4. ***
In fantasy hockey, we look at the playoff numbers so far. We picked two players per playoff team. How did they fare and who are our picks out of the ones still playing? ***
We get our 2016 OOTP simulation projects off the ground in our Gaming segment. We will talk about the MLB simulations of the 2016 season. ***
Listen live on Saturday at 10am ET, or download the podcast here. "Like" the show on Facebook. Follow the show on Twitter (@gstatman) for the latest updates. You can also download the show on iTunes from your PC or mobile device in the iTunes Store, as well as Stitcher. And, visit our new website, StatManSportsOnline.com.
Scott Fish runs a crazy league with an excellent name.
If you think anything less than 500 teams in a league is not enough, then this is not the podcast for you, but if you think a league with 480 teams fits into fantasy insanity then sit back and relax and enjoy and I pick Scott's brain (warning) about this monstrous league
Scott also allows fantasy football to help put some charity in the world.
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On this show we're gonna focus on our expectations of people. Are we asking too much of the people we care about? Are we expecting too much in return for the love that we give? Are we giving enough of ourselves?
Are there really different rules of conduct for lovers than there is for friends? If so, then why?
Is there a difference between being faithful and being loyal?
Can a dishonest person be loyal?
Do we really distrust liars all the way like we say we do?
Should you always be truthful to your love?
Is being truthful and being honest the same thing? The exact same thing?
What really makes us hang in there with a person whether it's a lover, a friend or a family member?