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  • Writestream Tuesday with author Franco Antonetti

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    Need a little inspiration? Join Writestream founder Dariaanne on Tuesday, January 13 when she welcomes author Franco Antonetti to the program to discuss his memoir I Wouldn't Die:
    This unusual autobiography begins with me looking back on my early life and wondering how it is possible that I lived to see my first birthday.This is my life lived to the fullest,and for some reason I simply wouldn't die.From the first sentence to the last you will wonder just as I,how and why miracle occur.My story and life experiences is about miracles.
    I was born during war torn Rome,and believe me,my near death experiences were not from me attempting daring events, just unusual circumstances that for some reason,I was allowed to live through them. As reviews have stated repeatedly,"A must read for many."
    During the live show, host and guest welcome your calls at (347) 945-7246. Tune on on Tuesday, January 13 at 1 p.m. Eastern for Writestream Tuesday with author Franco Antonetti!

  • Author2Author with Dave O'Leary

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    Bill welcomes novelist and musician Dave O'Leary to the show. Join Bill and Dave as they discuss his second novel, The Music Book, as well as his life as a Seattle Musician. Don't miss it!
    This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Network LLC.

  • Phillip Margolin on World Of Ink -Book Discussion - Host Fran Lewis

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    Blog talk radio, Book discussion and your host Fran Lewis would like to welcome New York Times best selling author Phillip Margolin. Woman with a Gun is his new title inspired by a picture of a woman on the beach in a wedding dress holding a gun behind her back. The author saw this picture in a men's washroom, asked to purchase the rights and the picture and created a plot based on the picture. Stacey Kim needs to create a spark in her writing career. Seeing this photo at a NY Museum sparks her interest and she is determined to learn more about the picture, who the woman is, why she was holding a gun and what was going through her mind. As the author flashes back ten years to the murder that involved the woman in the photo and five more to 2000, we learn the connection between the lawyer investigating the murder and the key players. Phillip will answer questions about the book, talk about his next book and discuss how he created the plot and the three time periods for the novel. I am your host Fran Lewis the author of the Faces Behind the Stones series, editor of MJ Magazine and my latest upcoming release: In Her Own Words.

  • book discussion with fran lewis

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    Welcome New York Times best selling author: VINCENT ZANDRI: his title Moolight Weeps focuses on a man named DIck Moonlight a detective who has a bullet lodged in his brain often causing him to have difficulties focusing and concentrating. But, his current case is dealing with a brain surgeon who hired him and is in dired need of protecting his son who seems bent on drinking himself to death. Accused of raping a young gilr Moolight tries to defend this young man but he has little or no saving graces. Moonlight seems to be the only one that is trying to keep the kid out of jail because his father is too busy indulging himself and his son. With his unwilling assisttant, an Elvis impersonator that owes him money for a case, togehter they learn about a drug ring, deal with Russian thugs and corrupt government officials. Written with quick dialogue, fast paced and tons of humor you don't want to miss this interview. Fran Lewis your host

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    Episode 54: When Editors Chat

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    Emotions...and editing. Not always what we think about when we jump into the revision process. Patricia Eddy and I both experience the highs and lows of emotions as editors and authors. We talk about how to frame the experience, why there's nothing wrong with you, and how to mitigate your response if you're someone who struggles receiving critique.
    We also talk about understanding your genre, the expectations of your audience, and why tropes can be both your friend and enemy. Let us know your thoughts and experiences. 

  • Mondays at 8 - Authors Supporting Authors

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    Times: 8:00 pm EST / 9:00 AST. Please check the time in your time zone.
    Welcome to our Mondays at 8:00: Authors Supporting Authors series, brought to you as a joint project by authors April Thomas and Etienne A. Gibbs. Each week we shall interview authors about their work and the disciple behind their writing. Call 646-721-9611 during the show with your questions or comments.
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  • Writestream Tuesday with author Chris Bostic

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    Join author, blogger, writer and internet radio host Dariaanne for Writestream Tuesday on January 20 at 1 p.m. Eastern when she welcomes author Chris Bostic to the show:
    Chris Bostic is an author of young adult adventure novels. He was born in the suburbs of Chicago. While not completely set against the urban lifestyle, the lure of the country was much stronger. After college in central and southern Illinois, he ended up in the suburbs of St. Louis, where he gets away to rural Missouri as often as he can.  An avid outdoorsman, Chris uses his experiences to write all-too-realistic, gripping action/adventure, wilderness survival books that appeal to young and old alike.
    Chris shares his outdoors passion with his wife, three wonderful children, and a Boy Scout troop. Chris' teenage son is an Eagle Scout. His red-headed middle child has a passion for reading (and is a budding young author). His youngest child is a very smart preschooler who's growing up too fast while keeping him young at heart.
    Somehow, between a full time job and a busy family, Chris finds time to write.
    During the live show, host and guest welcome your questions at (347) 945-7246, and your participation in the live chat. Tune in to Writestream Tuesday with author Chris Bostic on January 20 at 1 p.m. Eastern!

  • Wednesday at 11:00 with Anointed Scribe Theresa Harvard Johnson

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    Welcome to our weekly series starting today, August 6, 2014.
    Theresa Harvard Johnson's creative scribal ministry is rooted in inner healing, Godly character-building, and affirmation because it is bringing significance to the lives of others through the prophetic, creative arts. A former award-winning prnt news reporter with a career spanning more 22 years, she is an active freelance writer, blogger, and the author of The Scribal Anointing® Book Series. She also authored a collection of poetry and spoken word, Thank God for Salvation, and is the co-author of nationally published and distributed workbooks addressing child sexual abuse awareness and prevention including: The Courage to Speak; The Grooming Mystery: Unmasking the Sex Offender; True Intimacy; Pathways to Healing and the soon-to-be-released workbook, Splinters of Shame. Theresa has published blogs and articles, and has been published in Charisma Magazine, Rejoice Atlanta News, The Answer Newspaper, and more.
    She also authored a collection of poetry and spoken word, Thank God for Salvation, and is the co-author of nationally published and distributed workbooks addressing child sexual abuse awareness and prevention including: The Courage to Speak; The Grooming Mystery: Unmasking the Sex Offender; True Intimacy; Pathways to Healing and the soon-to-be-released workbook, Splinters of Shame. Theresa has published blogs and articles, and has been published in Charisma Magazine, Rejoice Atlanta News, The Answer Newspaper, and more.
    Visit Theresa at voicesofchrist.com/

  • Book Discussion welcomes author A.J. Sidransky

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    Forgiving Maximo Rothman focuses on what happens when a man loses his faith in God, his religion and winds up a victim of a murder in Washington Heights. Meet Max Redmond/AKA Max Rothman and get to know this man. Hardnosed, difficult to deal with an estranged from his son, Max has few friends and even fewer that care about his death. But, when a young Dominican boy named Carlos is looking good for the murder Detective Tolya Kurchenko comes to his defense. Shalom Rothman is Max's son and as we get to know him and his relationship with his father and why they are estranged the author also explains Tolya's with his father. When two sons are shunned because of what they decided for their lives words are said and cannot be taken back. Before someone dies you hope to show forgiveness or forgive them. Learn what happens when it's too late. Spanning sixty five years and three continents, from Hitler's Europe to the decaying Societ Empire of the 70's and learning about the histoyr of Sosua, a Jewish settlement in the Jungles we understand why Rothman was so embittered, close to the Dominicans in his neighborhood and begin to see why he abandoned his faith.
     
    Welcome author A J Sidransky to Blog talk radio: Book Discussion . I am your host Fran Lewis

  • Book Discussion with Fran Lewis: Welcomes author: John Fishwick

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    Four Eastern, Three Central, Two Mountain and One Pacific: Join me when I interview author John Fishwick the author of A Flight to Romance. When Jeremy Rowlands and Stpehanie Marks decide to take a once in a lifetime trip to London they begin a unique and powerful frienship which might possibly turn into a special romance. Join them as the tour London, visit the Globe Theater, hear their discussions about Shakespeare, Darwin and even the solar system when you join me at four eastern to talk about these areas and much more. I am your host Fran Lewis editor and creator or MJ magazine, the author of the Bertha series and Faces Behind the Stones Series, educator and dean. Join me in the chat room for this interesting show.

  • Mondays at 8 - Authors Supporting Authors

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    Times: 8:00 pm EST / 9:00 AST. Please check the time in your time zone.
    Welcome to our Mondays at 8:00: Authors Supporting Authors series, brought to you as a joint project by authors April Thomas and Etienne A. Gibbs. Each week we shall interview authors about their work and the disciple behind their writing. Call 646-721-9611 during the show with your questions or comments.
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