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  • 01:01

    Author Training - Writing Your Expert Book

    in Women

    During this hour with Marnie and special guest, Alan Stransman, you'll discover:

    The benefits of writing and publishing your own “expert book.”
    The different types of models and formats available.
    Whether or not you should write it yourself or hire a ghost writer.
    The 95/5 rule of publishing and what it means to you.
    Some secret steps to success that many new authors miss.
    What to do after your expert book hits the market.

    Alan’s career has been in four phases: 1) educator 2) television writer/ producer/director 3) entrepreneur and 4) author/publisher. As a result of his diverse experience, he has con-solidated all of the services he offers in the areas of writing, publishing, and marketing under one banner - Alan Stransman Communications. Learn more atAlanStransmanCommunications.com

  • 01:00

    CAPBuilder Talk w/Marc Parham - The Business of Writing and Publishing Your Book

    in Self Help

    It is time for you to write and publish your book!

    Join me for this episode where you will meet two brand new authors out of the APEX Museum, Kiersten Harris author of the book "Diary of A Mad Black Teen" and LaTarsha Holden author of the book "No Longer Lost"

    We will discuss:

    Kiersten Harris – Her Story
    LaTarsha Holden – Her Story
    Why you should write a book
    Yes You Can – Write and Publish a Book
    Advice for Entrepreneurs

  • 00:30

    Writing Warrior Radio Episode 3

    in Writing

    Allison’s passion for words began in early childhood, she had always been fond of reading about life, love, poetry and short stories. As she matured, she challenged herself to hone her craft, exploring various story lines and navigating into the tumultuous world of adult relationships. Nothing prepared her however for her venture into Urban Literature.Allison’s first experience with Urban Lit began when she, as an avid reader received a message from one who promoted for a brand new unknown publishing company and was seeking assistance in promoting novels. Allison jumped at the chance and was soon an official Street Team/Pep Squad member of the Cartel Publications. Allison’s first venture into self publication “Broken Promises Never Mend” became available in paperback in January 2010.  An amended version of which was released June 2010 in paperback, which features a new cover. It premiered on Amazon for Kindle, as of June 2010 as well. Allison learned various lessons while putting this novel together.

    Allison is currently focused on a collection of other works slated for release in 2016, under her  imprint “Full of Essence Publications”. The idea to reinvent herself came about with prayer and the desire to be so much more than she already established herself to be. In 2013, Allison Grace was signed to an independent publisher “Sevyn McCray Presents” spearheaded by Sevyn McCray and David Weaver of SBR Publications. Her novel under that imprint PrePaid Mistress debuted at number 5 on the Amazon Bestsellers list for African American women’s fiction. She followed up with the sequel Prepaid Mistress 2 and also revamped her ebook series Bitch Clique Reloaded into a full length action packed standalone. in 2015, Allison released an emotionally charged novel focusing on domestic violence and addiction entitled Blaque Widow.

  • 00:44

    The Phoenix Book Review

    in Books

    This month's book review is of M.Scott Peck's 'People of the Lie'. Peck is a psychiatrist that examines the evil that people do and the motivations. It's a lengthy book full of interesting thoughts. Tune in for Alanda's breakdown and we'll discuss some of the implications for today. 

  • 00:30

    The Art of Writing a Book with TBI Survivor and author Mike Strand

    in Health

    Join Amy Zellmer as she chats with TBI Survivor and author Mike Strand about the art and magic of writing a book.

    Mike has seen brain injury not only through his own experience, but through listening to numerous experiences from those who’s stories have entered his mind and touched his heart as he participated in, and then facilitated numerous support groups. We all share a common experience in our own way, and Mike has a natural gift with words that allows him to express the many frustrations and emotions in clear language, often with humor. 

    Mike began writing for the MN Brain Injury Alliance's newsletter, which is what led him down the path of writing not one, but THREE books on his brain injury experiences. 

    In this podcast we will talk about: publishing options, journaling versus book writing, understanding the craft, and much more!

    check out Mike's book: http://www.lapublishing.com/brain-injury-survivor-strand3/

  • 01:02

    Tom Bird - Writing a Book as a Path to Spiritual Self-Discovery

    in Self Help

    If you believe that you have a book stuck inside of you, you may want to take a listen to the next interview with Beth Donnelly and Dagny Grant on I AM U Now Radio brought to you by the I AM Group University.  Today, they will have a conversation with Tom Bird, author of Write/Right From God…You, Words, Writing And Your Divine Purpose. 

    Tom has written 28 books, several of which have become best sellers.  His books have been featured in every major newspaper in the United States, as well as on major radio and television talk shows such as the Late Show with David Letterman.  

    True to form, Tom’s latest book Write/Right From God, which is already a #1 Amazon Best Seller, claims that the reason so many of us are drawn to write books is because in penning those books, we are given the opportunity to commune directly with God, who urgently desires to bridge the gap between the human side of us and the divine within us.  

    Call in to this live broadcast with your questions or comments.  1-323-580-5743.

    To learn more about Tom Bird go to www.tombird.com

    Write/Right From God is available from Amazon.com.

  • 00:26

    Author / Poet Tumika Patrice Cain talks writing, new book on #ConversationsLIVE

    in Books

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author and poet Tumika Patrice Cain back to ConversationsLIVE to discuss her journey as a storyteller and what it has been like to see the response to her new book WHEN A MAN LOVES A WOMAN.

  • 00:30

    Writing Warrior Radio Episode 1

    in Lifestyle

    Keith Kareem Williams is the author of 11 books & currently working on his 12th. He still resides in his hometown of Brooklyn, New York where he delicately balances his time between his responsibilities as a single father as well as the challenges of being a full-time author.

    “In interviews, one of the most difficult questions I’ve been asked is, ‘What genre are your novels?’ because honestly, I never write with any particular style in mind. I enjoy blending styles and mashing different genres together in interesting ways. Basically, I pen whatever is in my heart and soul. However, if I had to describe my style I would use musical terms and say that I write Urban, Hip-Hop, fiction with the rhythm of Reggae that crashed into Heavy Metal and then began to bleed Neo Soul.”

    One of the things I'm most proud of is how my children look at me with pride because I'm accomplishing my goals and doing the things I set out to do with my career. They recognize and respect my passion. I write constantly and I already have the titles & plots lined up for my next 69 novels. This is what I do and I'm just trying to let the rest of the world know this. My ambition is to become as legendary as some of the writers I admire. I believe that a GOOD writer pulls you into their story. A GREAT writer makes the world around you fall away as you read. The LEGENDARY writers tell stories that become a part of you and linger long after you've read the last line of the last chapter. It was once said that, the pen is mightier than the sword. I say to my fellow AUTHORS: Let's advance our craft until it's mightier than guns, grenades, bullets & nuclear bombs. If not, then put your pen down and fall back. Those of us who are serious about this will run you over as if we were riding in tanks." – Keith Kareem Williams

  • Writing and getting your book out to the public.

    in Entertainment

    Hi Angels, Diane is going to share how you can write and get your book noiced and read by the masses.

    The show starts at 11 am.

    The call in number is 760 890 7143

  • Why You Should Write Your Story NOW w/ the Dream Team of Writing Books That Sell

    in Books

    If you’ve been waiting for the perfect time to write your story or expertise and put it in a book, you might be watching that perfect time slip away. There’s never been a better time to put your story in the form of a book to help increase your visibility, build your brand, enhance your expertise, and basically make some more money! But you’ve got to produce a high-quality book worth your readers’ time and money.

    The 'Write Books That Sell Now' team of Candice L. Davis, Anita R. Henderson, Carol Dunlop...are our guests today for a fun and value packed discussion on how:

    How to get started WRITING your book, especially when you have a ton of ideas . . . or even if you have none at all.
    Some publishing goofs to avoid that will save you time and money . . . not to mention reputation.
    When and how to begin marketing your book so you don’t end up with a basement full of unsold books.
    Why getting help with your book project is one of the smartest things you can do.

    LISTEN, CALL 1-818-572-2910 or CHAT IN your questions, stories and challenges, and let Bernadette and her team of experts help you 'write your story to sell'.....

    Bernadette Boas is known as a ‘ball of fire’ author, speaker, screenwriter, leadership change agent and radio hostess… who inspires, motivates and equips women with the mindset and skill set needed to achieve success and prosperity in their life and business.

    Listen weekly LIVE, CALL 1-818-572-2910  or take us with you and listen at your convenience on Shedding the Bitch.com or iTunes.

  • 02:05

    Writing An Autobiography: Should You Name Real People In Your Book?

    in Women

    All of us are a living a story, a novel, a drama, an intriguing tale that others would sit and read about if it were written in a book. Some of us have actually chosen to write a book based on our lives, some are in the process of writing autobiographical "tell all"  books, while others have chosen to turn their lives into a fiction novel, loosely based on their experiences. When writing an autobiography, what are the rules when it comes to naming real people in your life? Do you change the names?  Do you say the name, particularly when it is a famous or already well known person? What about family members? What about when you are telling a shameful family secret, such as an act of rape or molestation by a parent or family elder, or an incestuous episode with a relative, or a secret pregnancy? What happens if the family gets angry at you after the book is published? Asadah, author of the book "Beating Black Kids" is today's guest, to tell us about the upcoming Soulful Chicago Book Fair this Spring and the Timuel D. Black Chicago History Essay Contest. We'll talk about the choices authors must make when choosing to put their lives on the pages of a book.