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  • Voices of Love: Women Writing Tender Voices of Love

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    www.healmyvoice.org  www.lizdraman.com Time to celebrate the voices of women as the 5th Heal My Voice Book is launched on Friday, August 22. Andrea Hylen and Liz Draman talk about the journey of writing, witnessing and loving 16 women who shared their vulnerable, powerful path of Love in a personal story. The book is called Tender Voices: True Stories by Women on a Journey of Love. We are joined by Heal My Voice Sweden founder Marie ek Lipanovska. Andrea is visiting Marie in Sweden. Love in Action!

  • Naughty or Nice -- Bad Boys / Bad Girls

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    Join Host Donna Wright as she gets all comfy and cozy with authors who bring on the bad boys and girls in romance. Learn how they keep these romances real, fun, and not too naughty so that their characters don't end up on Santa's bad side during the holidays.  Donna will be talking to Fiona McGier, Altonya Washington, LaSheera Lee, and Stephanie Queen. Mallory Kane will be bringing us Romance News at the bottom of the hour brought ot you by Dark Hollows Press and I'm sure they'll be a few more treats and surprises along the way. So sit back and relax with a cup of White Chocolate cocoa and melting marshmallows and listen to the Hummingbird Place -- Your Home for Romance brought to you live from the Secret Cravings Publishing Studio.  

  • Sylvia Stein's Book Finds Closure

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    Times: 11:00 a.m. (EST) / 12:00 noon (AST) Check your Time Zone
    Author Sylvia Stein began her path to writing when she joined the Writer’s Group on LinkedIn 750 in 2012. She continued her journey by creating short stories, which were published, in the Giant Tales Anthology series.
    While obtaining her Master’s degree at Southern New Hampshire University online Author Stein built a solid foundation with her colleagues who encouraged her to continue on her writing. That’s when Closure was born. With the help of her editor, Closure grew from a short story to a full novella that Author Stein is excited to share.
    Closure is her debut book as a solo writer. To quote author Stein, “This is the first of many to come.”
    Book Description:
    Garrison James had it all. He had a beautiful family and one loving home. Together, he and his wife, Lila, built a successful ranch and construction company. His world changed the day he lost his wife to cancer. He turned to the bottle and became a monster. Sara, his daughter, tried everything to please him.
    After years of abuse, Sara’s aunt visits. She recognizes the abuse and removes Sara. The frail girl begins the delicate journey of finding herself, while struggling to leave her father and the monster behind.
    Despite the emotional and mental scars she carried, Sara manages to start a new life. She is finally happy.
    A phone call changes everything.
    Will Sara continue her new life? Can she face the monster, or will she find closure?

  • Writestream Tuesday: Best Books of 2014

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    Join author, blogger, writer and internet radio host Dariaanne for Writestream Tuesday. Books to feature:
    Underlake - Kia (YA)
    Tears of Paradox (Daniella)
    Codename: Winterborn
    A Snobby Girl's Guide to Dealing with Cancer
    Steps To Salvation
    Counteract - Tracy Lawson
    Just Believe - Lisa Tarve
     
     

  • Martha Serpas | Tiferet Talk Interview with Melissa Studdard

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    Please join Melissa Studdard and Tiferet Journal on 10/28/14 at 7PM EST for a conversation with poet, editor, chaplain and creative writing professor Martha Serpas.
    Serpas is the author of two collections of poetry, Côte Blanche and The Dirty Side of the Storm. Her work has appeared in places such as The New Yorker, The Nation, and Southwest Review, as well as in a number of anthologies, including the Library of America’s American Religious Poems. She holds degrees in English and creative writing from Louisiana State, New York University, and the University of Houston, and a master of divinity from Yale Divinity School. For many years as an educational consultant and as a poet-in-residence, she facilitated the teaching of writing to children in New York City classrooms. She has taught recently at Yale Divinity School and the University of Tampa, where she served as poetry editor of Tampa Review. A native of south Louisiana, she remains active in efforts to restore Louisiana’s wetlands. Since 2006 she has worked as a trauma chaplain, first at Tampa General Hospital and now at Memorial Hermann—Texas Medical Center. She teaches in the Creative Writing Program at the University of Houston.
    To learn more about Martha Serpas please visit: http://www.marthaserpas.com/. And, to purchase her books: http://tinyurl.com/m9yqhuh
    Tiferet Journal is pleased to also offer to you our multiple award-winning The Tiferet Talk Interviews book. This book includes 12 exceptional interviews from Julia Cameron, Edward Hirsch, Jude Rittenhouse, Marc Allen, Arielle Ford, Robert Pinsky, Dr. Bernie Siegel, Robin Rice, Jeffrey Davis, Floyd Skloot, Anthony Lawlor, and Lois P. Jones. It can be purchased in both print and Kindle formats at this link on Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/bu8m2zs

  • Family Power Hour -

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  • Author Jam with Tule Publishing Authors

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    Join Host Donna Wright and several of the Tule Authors for Author Jam. Mallory Kane, Roxanne Snopek, Dani Collins, Kathleen O'Brien, Anne McAllister, Megan Crane, and Tracy Solheim. Join these ladies as they talk about their Christmas novellas, a little gossip, giveaway and prizes. You don't want to miss the show.

  • Interview with author, Freda Hansburg

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    Grab a warm beverage and listen in to this episode of Sage's Blog Tours with thriller author, Freda Hansburg. We'll be chatting about her recent release, Shrink Rapt. 

  • book discussion with fran lewis

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    This is a special edition of discussion with Fran Lewis. Today I will interview mediator and lawyer Marcia Adelson and discuss what it takes to run a mediation and thei differences between mediation and arbitration. We will discuss her many services, the different types of medication and how this form of reconciliation can save clients money and bring issues to a positve close faster. Marcia is experienced, talented and will explain the process and how the definition of words like Impartial, damages and arbitrator. Join us at four eastern, three central and two mountain. This will be quite stimulating and exciting. I am your host Fran Lewis the editor anc creator of MJ Magazine. Marcia has an article that was featured in a major publication in MJ 5 coming out this month. She will discuss how to choose a mediator and how to choose a good arbitrator. You don't want to miss this show!

  • WriteSpa - An Oasis for Writers

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    This oasis is a place for refreshment and enjoyment during your writing journey. We offer mentoring, coaching, editing, publishing consulting services, as well as different and original ways of approaching writing, which include writing practices designed to rejuvenate and inspire you.

  • Meet Christian Author Chasity Strawder !

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    A Principal and author you should get to know !

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    Episode 48: When Editors Chat, with Patricia Eddy

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    Patricia and I are back on the editng warpath! Okay, not really, but we are discussing some of the things we find trip up authors again and again.
    This week, we discuss:
    Writer's voice -- how to know when you have it figured out...and why it falls apart Understanding your tools as a writer Why you must know your industry It's a tall order, but we've all dealt with these issues at some point in our writing careers. So listen in, tweet us your thoughts, and let us know if there's a topic you'd like us to cover. 

  • The OF IMPACT SHOW!! With SPECIAL GUEST STEPHANIE SHANNON!

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    Our Host Joyce Cade-Hitchye has a conversation with Stephanie Shannon!

  • Zenzi Hodge, The Never Snowy Christmas

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    If you asked Zenzi Hodge what she wanted to be when she grew up, you would not have heard the word author; however, that is what she has been for most of her life, whether she wants to admit it or not. Zenzi, the daughter of teachers, has been writing most of her life, something she's done since she wrote her first poem about living on St. Thomas, published in a children's anthology when she was in elementary school. Her love for creative expression continued but she purely wrote poems for fun not, as she would say, for public consumption. In 2007, Zenzi began writing short stories for her son to share his family history with him. But her passion for writing for young children came in 2011 after she lost her grandfather & she took the words her son used to express his sadness to write a story titled, I Can't See the Morning.
    While the character in The Never Snowy Christmas is inspired by her son, much of the antics are of her own imagining as she STILL wishes for snow on St. Thomas.  Zenzi is an alumna of Florida A&M and Clark Atlanta Universities and is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.  She resides on St. Thomas with her husband and son.
    Will it snow in St. Thomas?  That is the hope of a young boy living in the US Virgin Islands.  Each year at Christmas, he wishes for snow in the island paradise he calls home and this Christmas he intends to get it.  Join him on his quest and find out if this will be the year that he gets snow in St. Thomas or will he continue to ask, "Where's My Snow" for another holiday season. 
    Visit Zenzi's website at www.neversnowystory.com/

  • Writestream Tuesday with Dariaanne

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    Join author, blogger, writer and internet radio host Dariaanne for Writesream Tuesday.

  • Family Power Hour -

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    dr billie

  • Writers Tricks of the Trade - Episode 3 "WRITING WITH A PARTNER"

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    How do you write with a partner? Because Host Morgan St. James has co-authored six books, she is frequently asked questions like: Do you each write a chapter? Do you each write a character? Do you ever argue over scenes? How do you write long-distance?
    St James and co-host Denny Griffin, who has co-authored two books with her, are joined by guest Phyllice Bradner, co-author of the Sillver Sisters Mysteries. These authors unravel the art of successfully collaborating on books in a lively discussion about how to establish a successful relationship with a co-author even if it is long-distance. Call-in questions welcome during the live broadcast.  

  • OF IMPACT SHOW! With special guest QUEEN BROWN!

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    Queen Brown was born and raised in Pacoima, CA. She now resides in Laguna Beach, CA. with her teenage son and young daughter. She enjoys writing, singing, movies, reading and spending quality time with her family. She works with the mentally and physically handicapped and it has been her occupation for over 7 years. Queen started writing poetry and song lyrics as a hobby at a younger age but her talent pushed her to write novels after a friend suggested it. She wrote The Darker The Berry The Deeper The Roots parts 1 & 2 to provide the readers with a relate able type of read for men and women. Queen Brown's passion for storytelling shows in her writing. Her aim is to inspire people who have gone through or who are going through similar situations as the fictional character in her books to have faith and strong will so that they too can make it out of the darkness. Queen also wrote Adia love, lies and murder and a collaboration titled, Hell No...This Can't Be Love to show her diverse style of writing. She also has a hot new series out under True Glory publications titled, Number One Fan. Queen Brown can be reached at queen.brown@gmail.com
     
     

  • Author Starla Fitch MD on Write Now Radio!

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    2pm ET / 1pm CT / 12pm MT / 11am PT
    (Outside US: Dial 00 + 1 + 714-464-4891)
    Viki Winterton interviews Dr. Starla Fitch!
    Surgeon. Author. Speaker. Certified Life Coach. Dr. Starla Fitch took her love of studying and understanding people to the next level.
    After obtaining her master's degree in sociology from Texas A&M University and working with the elderly, she went on to medical school, internship, residency and fellowship. She studied at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Washington.
    A few years after landing her "dream job," Dr. Fitch faced life-altering physician burnout. It made her question everything she thought she knew.
    She found a way to remember why she went into medicine in the first place. And now she helps others in the medical profession do the same.
     

  • book discussion with fran lewis

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    Today's show features best selling author Ben Lieberman whose new ttile: The Carnage Account will keep you on edge until the very end. Ben is the author of the award winning title: Odd Jobs and his latest title deals with Hedge Fund Manager Rory Cage and his need for power, money and control. Learn what happens when he takes out Life Settlements and his mode of collecting on them. Understand how he invests in "Death Bonds," and the payoff. Taking matters into his own hands and obsessed with a public relations expert named Dawn Knight, Rory is deadly, dangerous and evil. Join me at four eastern, three central and two mountain when Ben talks about hedge funds, life settlements and how he created this devious character and the storyline for yet another five star novel. I am your host Fran Lewis; Editor of MJ Magazine and the author of the Bertha series and Faces Behind the Stones series and educator.

  • WriteSpa - An Oasis for Writers

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    This oasis is a place for refreshment and enjoyment during your writing journey. We offer mentoring, coaching, editing, publishing consulting services, as well as different and original ways of approaching writing, which include writing practices designed to rejuvenate and inspire you.

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    Episode 49: Interview with Author Holly West

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    Reviewing a book when you are an author can be a loaded activity. Should you give four star reviews? Three stars? What is worth five stars? Holly West is not only a passionate author, but she's also wrestled with the questions around reviewing books as an author, whether to publish traditionaly or independently, and whether to get an agent or not. In this podcast, we discuss her historical mystery Mistress of Fortune series, as well as her upcoming contemporary mystery series.

  • LifeThoughts Radio guest Leroy McKenzie Jr.

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    LifeThoughts Radio welcomes
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