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The Writing Show interviews authors and publishing industry professionals to inspire and educate writers about Platform, Passion, Community and the Writing Craft. This week The Writing Show interviews Torry Martin as he discusses shameless self promotion.
Jamie Hope grew up in the heart of the automotive industry. Because of her constant hijinks and inability to journey, she created her own world filled with constant adventure where everyone was in trouble except her. As a mother of two, Jamie continues to visit her fictional world where she can vacation from her parental responsibilities and continue her once-upon-a-time hijinks.
Jamie has a B.A. in Business Administration from Michigan State University. She is a contributor for American Thinker, a 2012 top rated online public policy website, a substitute teacher, and an instructor for the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps.
When alluring teenager Salem Stone is attacked by demons and develops superhuman abilities, family secrets are revealed that will not only endanger his life and the life of his childhood love—but the lives of everyone on earth.
Jamie also writes for www.coolghoulgazette.com
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Are you a writer? Who answers this question, you or the world? Writing whether you do it for yourself or choose to share it with the world anyone can be a writer. Writing is a skill that requires exercise. Check what some well known writers say about writing that may help or inspire you: Wisdom of Great Writers on Writing
You may be wondering what to write about and the best thing to write about is anything you want. Famous writers have written and continue to write about:
Whatever sets off you anger
Your fantasies (Remember J.K. Rowlings or J. R. R. Tolkien)
Anything you've learned that may help society
How to do ____________
One important moment or event in your life
Experiences you still may not understand from life
Your daily life (Journaling)
In other words you can write about anything and for any reason. What you may find is that writing frees your soul of past pains, worries, or embarrassments. Writing essentially helps to shift strong emotions from your body to your mind. Expressing those emotions through the written word may help to prevent acting physically in a way that could be detrimental to others or yourself.
So get your pencil, pen, or computer and start a journey to potental self-reflection, wisdom, and or maybe a new career
This week we'll be joined by former King of the Dot champion Bender to discuss his upcoming battle against Big T at Vendetta 2, the battle falling through and getting rescheduled from Blackout, battling Thesaurus at BOLA, and more. Plus Golden Flamez vs. Cole and Johno vs. Ekelon.
The Writing Mama show is on every Monday and is hosted by Mom's Choice and Award-winning Author Virginia S Grenier, who is joined weekly by guest authors to talk about the publishing and writing industry. Grenier, with her guests, hope to not only share their love of the written word, but also tips on writing, what makes a good book and much more.
This week Best-selling author of the Hidden Mickey series and Publisher David W. Smith of Synergy-Book Publishing will be joining the show to talk about self-publishing vs. traditional publishing. Smith has been a key speaker for writing conferences and universities. Learn more at Synergy-Books Publising
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Movie Addict HQ remembers the legendary Mickey Rooney with a celebration of his remarkable show biz career. Joining in this tribute are comedian George Bettinger, film historian James Colt Harrison and Classic Movie Guide founder Diana Saenger.
Mickey passed away on April 6th at the age of 93. He leaves behind a legacy of versatile performances on film, stage and TV. He was the top box office star three years in a row (1939, 1940, 1941) and earned four Oscar nominations for supporting performances in Black Stallion, The Bold and the Brave, The Human Comedy and Babes in Arms. In 1938, Mickey won the Juvenile Actor Oscar, and in 1983 received an Honorary Oscar for over 50 years of outstanding performances.
Making his first film appearance at six years of age, Mickey began wowing audiences with his singing, dancing and ability to do roles in both comedy and drama. He achieved great success in the Andy Hardy films and as Judy Garland’s partner in a string of backyard musicals, including Babes in Arms, Babes on Broadway, Strike Up the Band and Girl Crazy.
Mickey also won acclaim as a burlesque comic in Broadway’s Sugar Babies and as the mentally challenged Bill on television. The Internet Data Base lists a whopping 337 acting credits for Mickey Rooney!
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What Is Love Addiction?
Love addicts spend much time, effort on a person to whom they are addicted. Love addicts value this person above themselves, and their focus on the beloved other often is obsessive. This behavior results in love addicts neglecting to care for themselves in a variety of ways, in essence abandoning important aspects of their lives and well-being to stay connected to the object of their affections.
Love addiction doesn’t pertain only to romantic or sexual relationships. A love addict’s core fantasy is the expectation that someone else can solve their problems, provide unconditional positive regard at all times, and take care of them. When this unrealistic need isn’t met, love addicts may find themselves feeling resentful, and may create conflict in their relationships with others.
Some love addicts find that when Not involved in a love-addicted relationship, they are able to care for themselves quite adequately. However, when they become involved, the love addict quickly finds that their self-care capacity steadily declines.
People generally become love addicts due to a past history of abandonment from their primary caregivers. Adult love addicts usually recognized as children that their most precious needs for validation, love and connection with one or both parents were not met.
This affects their Self-Esteem dramatically in adult life. It results in a conscious fear of abandonment and an underlying subconscious fear of intimacy. To a love addict, intensity in a relationship is often mistaken for intimacy.
As with any addiction, recovery from love addiction is a process of self-discovery. It requires taking specific steps: breaking through denial and acknowledging the addiction; owning the harmful consequences of the addiction; and intervening to stop the addictive cycle from occurring.
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