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Yvonne Mason

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Since I am an author I will be discussing my books. I will also load up the shows with other authors, artists, and a menagerie of characters. Because of who I am one will never know what the show will bring. It keeps the suspense alive. You see I am not only an author, I am a person of action, whether it is an injustice that needs righting, education of the masses, or other off the chain subjects. I believe in discourse, but I do not believe in bashing. So all shows will be with respect - but off the chain.

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Smoke From All The Friction, based in Raleigh, NC, blends traditional and underground cultures to create a moody, electronic pop vibe with industrial undertones. Their sound grabs listeners with both a sense of familiarity and a striking curiosity. Inspired by the ideas of tension and friction, they explore what happens when we venture outside ourselves, past the abstract social constructs that create barriers between us. Instead of simply creating a musical performance for mere entertainment, they inspire a deeper, thought-provoking appreciation between the audience and the music itself. This cutting-edge act draws influence from top artists like Nine Inch Nails, Linkin Park, Chainsmokers, 30 Seconds to Mars, and Owl City. They offer captivating vocals and a unique variety of musical styles that will leave you always wanting more. For those thirsting for the latest sounds in music, the merging of these artists' talents in all their glory will not disappoint.
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After being a corporate trainer for fifteen years, our next guest went into shock when she got remarried and was trying to blend 2 households, 4 kids, 2 dogs and several guinea pigs. Luckily, she saw the humor in it all and wrote The Amy... more

J. Traveler Pelton was born in West Virginia in the last century. She was the Nation's Mother for her tribe, the Munsee Delaware: she is wife to Dan for 47+ years, mother of six adults, a grandmother of 8, a Clinically... more

Lark Griffing likes to bring her sense of adventure to her writing. Her first two novels are young adult; The Last Time I Checked, I Was Still Here, a coming of age story and The Starfish Talisman, an old-fashioned ghost story. Dog on the... more

Few can claim the varied background of Stephanie Osborn, the Interstellar Woman of Mystery. Veteran of more than 20 years in the civilian space program, as well as various military space defense programs, she worked on... more

Melinda Kucsera writes fantastic short stories, novels, and books when not being kidnapped by dragons or chased by armies of fictional creatures. (We do, on occasion, rescue her.) She leaves the running of her newsletter to a cast of... more

Life teaches us all many lessons; some more than others. Since losing their only child, Roni and her husband, John, have learned what it takes to forge ahead and find new purpose in life; helping others to improve their lives by enhancing... more

Isobel Blackthorn is the author of five novels, including The Legacy of Old Gran Parks (2018) and The Cabin Sessions (2017), both released by HellBound Books and Asylum (2015), The Drago Tree (2015, Spanish edition 2017) and A... more

Join us as we begin a new chapter here on Off the Chain with a new show hosted by Author an Wildlife Artist Nancy Quinn. The Show is called News From the Moutain. Nancy will tell us what is going on in her part of the world in the... more

Dirt Road Sunset consist of Award winning Artist Sandy ( sandman ) Smith of Normalville Pa.... plays Keyboard, and Vocals Dave ( Mojo ) Cline of Normalville Pa. ... plays Lead, and Rhythm Guitar, and Vocals. Ed Cline of Donegal Pa. ...... more

Lee St. John started writing publically in 1970 for her hometown paper by delivering the School News events from the only high school in the county. Then majoring in Public Relations/Journalism in college, Lee St. John again wrote for... more
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