• 00:54

    Indie Books #71 (Rob Sinclair)

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    Tune in and join me as I welcome this week's guest. 


    Author Rob Sinclair joins me this week to talk about his novel: Dance WithThe Enemy and more. 


    Carl Logan was the perfect agent. A loner. No real friends or family. Trained to deal with any situation with cold efficiency, devoid of emotion.


    But Logan isn’t the man he used to be, or the asset he once was. Five months ago his life changed forever when he was captured, tortured and left for dead by Youssef Selim, one of the world’s most violent terrorists.


    When Selim mysteriously reappears in Paris, linked to the kidnapping of America’s Attorney General, Logan smells his chance for revenge.


    Pursuing his man relentlessly, oblivious to the growing trail of destruction that he leaves in his wake, Logan delves increasingly deep into the web of lies and deceit surrounding the kidnapping.


    Finally, he comes to learn just what it means to Dance with the Enemy.


    For more information about Rob Sinclair and his books:


    http://www.amazon.com/Rob-Sinclair/e/B00LFXNU76


    http://www.robsinclairauthor.com/

  • 01:01

    Indie Books #72 (D.D. Lanz)

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    Tune in and join me as I welcome this week's guest. 


    Author D.D. Lanz joins me this week to talk about his novel: Going, Going, Gone: A Journey to the Hereafter and more.


    About the book:


    John Janne has a good life--a thriving law practice, a wonderful family. But when Janne is diagnosed with stage four lung cancer and given six months to live, everything changes. Stunned, John wonders about his course of action, particularly about how to tell his family--they'd been after him for years to quit smoking. Rather than putting his family through the agony of watching him die a painful death, he will take his own life.


    But suicide presents problems--how to do it so that his family doesn't wonder what went wrong in his life and blame themselves for his death. No, it will need to seem an accident. He decides on a canoe trip in northern Minnesota's Boundary Waters where he will drown his diseased lungs.


    Lanz's Going, Going, Gone is more than a novel about a man's plan to end his life. It is a philosophical walk through discoveries about death--and afterlife. The book would be of interest to atheist, agnostics, and Christians struggling with their faith.


    For more information about D.D. Lanz and his book:


    http://ddlanz.com


    http://www.amazon.com/Going-Gone-Journey-Hereafter-Novel/dp/1626527822


    http://sunthisweek.com/2014/10/24/eagan-author-explores-the-hereafter-in-new-book/

  • 00:33

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Michael Williamson

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    SECRET BETRAYAL~


      The desperate act of a young girl, on the cusp of womanhood, to lose herself in the mean streets and cabarets of 1930s Berlin, and years later, the disappearance of a key American general shortly before D-Day in 1944 are links in an ingenious plot to gain the secrets of the Allied invasion.

      Through a series of traumatic events Reichsletter Martin Bormann, the man more than any other that truly ran the German government toward the end of World War II, sets in motion a deadly gambit that ricochets across half the world and gains Bormann possession of the Normandy invasion plans. In the double dealing, back stabbing chaos that was the Nazi inner circle, this climactic information is the currency that will buy Bormann the one thing that he has desired above all others: the right to be the next Fuhrer.

      So unfolds the dynamic pages of Secret Betrayal. This novel is a testament to the redemptive power of love, the evolutionary power of kundalini yoga and the war within a war waged by Reichsletter Martin Bormann and Reichsfuhrer Heinrich Himmler for the mind of and influence over Adolf Hitler.

  • 01:11

    Indie Books Show #70 (Nick Brown)

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    Tune in and join me as I welcome this week's guest. 
    Author Nick Brown joins me this week to talk about his novel: The Dead Travel Fast as well as his other books.  
    When archaeologist Steve Watkins fled to the Greek island of Samos to escape the horror he’d unearthed at Skendleby, he’d hoped to have found refuge. But the ancient terror that had spawned at Skendleby was waiting for him. Across the island an enigmatic and haunted detective, Theodrakis, is baffled by a series of brutal ritual killings infecting the island like a plague and spreading violent anarchy. Now the fates of these two men will be drawn together; against a backdrop of mayhem, fire and violence they begin to uncover the horrifying cosmic significance of this most ancient evil.
    For more information about Nick Brown and his books:
    http://www.nickbrownbooks.com/
    http://www.amazon.com/Nick-Brown/e/B00FOM9E1A
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nick-Brown/e/B00FOM9E1A

  • 00:38

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Nooshie Motaref

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      http://nooshiemotaref.com/


    Tapestries of the Heart: Four Women, Four Persian Generations~


      This award winning novel portrays four generations of Persian women over a span of one hundred years. It depicts the effects of religion and politics—ever changing in Iranian society. Tapestries stands out as a true representation of the cycle of life. The destinies of these characters are interwoven with many threads and the events and consequences throughout have a major impact on their lives. Throughout the generations, these women lived, loved, and fought for what they believed in. Though it was a struggle, they battled and endured when the odds were almost completely against them.

  • 00:31

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Beatrice Hitchman

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    http://www.beatricehitchman.com


    PETITE MORT~


      …A silent film, destroyed in a fire in 1913 at the Pathé studio, before it was seen even by its director. A lowly seamstress, who makes the costumes she should be wearing, but believes her talent – and the secret she keeps too – will soon get her a dressing room of her own.


      A beautiful house in Paris, with a curving staircase, a lake, and locked rooms. A famous – and dashing – creator of spectacular cinematic illusions, husband to a beautiful, volatile actress, the most adored icon of the Parisian studios. All fit together, like scenes in a movie. And as you will see, this plot has a twist we beg you not to disclose…


      Published by Serpent’s Tail, 2013


    ‘There’s a touch of Angela Carter about Beatrice Hitchman’s beguiling debut…complex and cerebral, Petite Mort is softened by beautifully drawn characters, lightly drizzled period detail and an abiding suspicion that love and cinema might be part of the same illusion…’


    - The Guardian

  • 01:01

    Virtual Vision FM Test Run of Webinarjam

    in Spirituality

    Join us on our test run of a new visual platform!!  As always you can listen from Blog Talk as you are used to doing but now you are able to see us deliver the show!  


    To join the visual platform for this show just visit the Virtual Vision FM page on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/VirtualVisionFm?ref=hl and fill out the registration form with your name and email address.  That's it!!  That's all you need to do---and it is free!!


    Feel free to call into the show qat 646.716.9336 from Blog Talk as you would normally do and be a part of the fun!  Don't worry---we won't see YOU---but you will see us if you have registered your attendance.


    We look forward to your participation!

  • 00:40

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Heather Ashby

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    NEVER FORGET:  Love in the Fleet Book 3


      "A must-read for military romance fans and fans of my Navy SEALS! Highly recommended!"--Suzanne Brockmann, New York Times bestseller



      With 7.5 tons of World Trade Center steel melted into her bow, what if there are more souls aboard the USS New York than the sailors and Marines stationed there? And what if those souls can help the troops defeat al-Qaeda this time?

      When Gwyn Pritchard reports aboard the USS New York, she's the only person who sees 9/11 spirits roaming the decks. As the sole survivor of an IED blast, Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant Adam Connor is wrestling with his own haunted past, but when he learns Gwyn is seeing ghosts aboard their ship, he becomes her confidant...and her lover.

      Passions rise to fever pitch when the New York rushes to liberate hostages in North Africa. Can the spirits provide the right intelligence for the Marines to save the prisoners? Can Gwyn help the ghosts move on to the light? And can Adam and Gwyn find the love they've searched the world over for?

  • 00:59

    Cozy mystery author Tracy Weber on books & yoga on Authors on the Air

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    Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes author, dog lover and yoga guru Tracy Weber.  About Tracy in her own words:My writing is an expression of the things I love best: yoga, dogs, and murder mysteries. I'm a certified yoga teacher and the founder of Whole Life Yoga, an award-winning yoga studio in Seattle, WA. I enjoy sharing my passion for yoga and animals in any form possible. I am a member of Sisters in Crime, The Pacific Northwest Writers Association. To learn more about Tracy, please visit her website at http://tracyweberauthor.com/.  This is a LIVE interview with Tracy who will be giving away swag!  Chat and win by calling 347-633-9609.  Podcasts of are available OnDemand 24/7/365.


    This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.  Please follow us on Twitter @authorsontheair, join us on Facebook and pin your favorite books to our board in Pinterest.  We are connected on the most popular social media sites. Follow host Pam Stack on http://facebook.com/4pamstack.


    Support:  Theme music from Rob Browne at http://robertgregorybrown.com.  Linsday McKenna at http://lindsaymckenna.com. J.Carson Black at http://jcarsonblack.com. Author D.D Corbitt at http://ddcorbbitt.com. Underwriting by Discount Pets & Supplies at http://discountpetsandsupplies.com.  


     


     


     

  • 01:05

    Indie Books Show #67 (Noah James Hittner)

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    Tune in and join me as I welcome this week's guest.
    It's the last show of the year and we'll be live for an after-Christmas show.  My guest this week will be author Noah James Hittner. We'll be discussing his books: Something to Give Back, Beyond Victim and Villain & The Modern-Day Buddha.  
    The Modern-Day Buddha (MDB) is a handy reference guide which offers ten short and impactful techniques that anyone can use on-the-spot to provide a quick, wholesome, and inspiring way to travel through their day-to-day life experience. Quite honestly, it could be called a handbook for wholeness.
    Each technique contains an anecdote, accessible insight, and simple suggestions for action steps. All-in-all, it was my intention that the MDB’s message be clearly conveyed in a way that is gentle, efficient, and intriguing.
    For more information about Noah James Hittner:
    http://www.noahjameshittner.com

  • 00:59

    Indie Books Show #69 (Julian Moss)

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    Tune in and join me as I welcome this week's guest. 
    Author Julian Moss joins me this week to talk about his World War I Novel: Not In The Hands of Boys
    With dreams of becoming a success in the financial world, twenty-year-old Dai Bowen leaves his small Welsh village to seek a career as a banker in London. When World War I breaks out and the banks are forced to close, Dai enlists in the army, hoping that the war will be over before he is ever called to fight. However, Dai soon finds himself marching to the treacherous front lines in Belgium and battling the Germans in brutal trench warfare. Back in Wales, Dai's girlfriend, Gwyneth Hughes, envisions a future of marriage and children when he returns. When calamity forces her to flee the village, she embarks on a rocky journey that leads her to England, where she finds work in a munitions factory. Although the couple exchange letters during their separation, both Dai and Gwyneth harbor deep secrets as they try to navigate the harsh uncertainties of wartime. Woven into the story is the life of twenty-five-year-old Adolf Hitler from an artist in Munich to infantryman and eventually dispatch runner in the Bavarian Army. What Passing Bells details the horrors of trench warfare and hand-to-hand combat, illustrating how the ripples of conflict touch the lives of families, loved ones and brothers-in-arms. It is a story of innocence lost but insight gained, leaving readers to question the role fate plays in shaping our lives, and to rethink how we define our enemies and ourselves.
    For more info:
    http://www.julianmoss.com
    http://www.amazon.com/Not-Hands-Boys-Julian-Moss/dp/1941265057/
     

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