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    Master Your Emotions, Transform Your Life with Dr. David Tin

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    Your emotions have a considerable influence on you. They affect your decisions, behavior, mood, and outlook, and they also influence your physical health. If you neglect your emotional health, you will have a challenging time enjoying the true wellness of happiness over time.
    You can find Dr. David Lee Sheng Tin online:

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    Diving into Audiobooks with Author Anna Lowe and Narrator Kelsey Osbourne

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    USA Today and Amazon Bestselling author Anna Lowe loves putting the "hero" back into heroine and letting location ignite a passionate romance. She loves dogs, sports, and travel – and letting the later inspire her fiction. If she's not hunched over her laptop, working on her latest story, you'll find her hiking in the mountains or biking country roads. Either way, the day will end with a chunk of dark chocolate and a good read. You can find out more at:
    Originally from Denver, Kelsey Osborne made her way to Los Angeles in search of warmer weather and ended up rediscovering her love of performance and comedy.  After completing the UCB Improv program, she began performing on some of LA's coolest stages including; UCB Sunset, UCB Franklin, The Pack Theatre, and The Comedy Central Stage at The Hudson. She has provided voice over for educational videos, magazine audio articles, recurring audio play characters, and animated shorts. Additionally, in a fun 'shift' of fate, she found myself narrating a long list of over 40 paranormal romance novels, which can be found on audible.
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    The New Panic Room Episode 229

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    Join James and Xtina on the Panic Room Radio Show as they talk with horror author Sal Cangemi & horror writer and filmmaker S.J. Hermann along with lead actress of his new short film, In the Dark, Taydem Shoesmith. Don't miss the fun and shenanigans!

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    The Situations and Leadership: Episode #3 "I Was Born To Do This"

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    CeCe Lee, PhD, Art Teacher, Small Business Owner. She grew up spending a lot of time with her Dad in the family custom furniture business. She loved the idea of reproducing antique furniture so much that she graduated from the University of Arizona with a PhD in Art History. After graduation, her Dad asked her to become a part of the store’s leadership team and one-day run the family business. With great design skills and no confidence in herself as a leader and running a business, CeCe takes on the challenge to be an apprentice in her Dad’s business. The goal is to find out if she has what it takes. Somewhat to her surprise, she easily learns some important lessons about leading a small business. She also receives some valuable advice from her Dad regarding how, as a leader, she should spend her time within the organization. This special piece of advice played a key role in her successfully taking over the family business and convincing herself that she does have what it takes.
     Learn more about the broadcast and Look Inside the book here:  "Situations and Leadership: Short Stories and Lifelong Lessons".

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    **SPECIAL EDITON OF WRITE STUFF** -- The Treasure of Capric with Brandon Wilborn

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    A fabled treasure disappears.
    Can a failing order of warrior-monks stop a tyrant from gaining ultimate power?
    When he was seven years old, Kurian Abramson entered training with the legendary Capric Monks, vowing to protect the Capric Treasure with his life. But he doesn’t know what he’s guarding. The treasure veiled in prophecy is a mystery even to the monks. Every day of Kurian’s youth swings between brutal combat training and quiet study of the Order’s religious teaching. He knows the withering monastery doesn’t live up to the heroic legends he heard as a boy. But he longs to prove he’s worthy of the honor that protecting the treasure still affords. But when an ambitious, tyrannical noble razes the monastery, they discover that the treasure is missing. Kurian must get it back or lose everything he trained for. The only clue points to an outlaw known as the King of the Caves. Guided by a female spy with a secret and hunted by the noble’s top officer, Kurian's journey becomes a race that pits him against soldiers, witches, and deadly mythical creatures. His quest will test his training, friendships, and faith. Can Kurian restore the treasure? Or will his world fall under the curse of 1,000 years of darkness?
    Join me as I chat with Brandon Wilborn about his book on this on this Special Edition on Wednesday, March 17th at 7 PM Eastern time. You can call in at 646-668-8485 and press 1 to be live on air. Download Stitcher on your mobile device. Follow us on Apple Podcast. Add PJC Media to Spotify and iHeartradio. Or, click on the link here:

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    Big Blend Radio: Tucson Sisters in Crime - Author D.R. Ransdell

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    This episode of Big Blend Radio’s 4th Wednesday “Tucson Sisters in Crime” show features mystery author D.R. Ransdell who is known for her Andy Veracruz Mystery Series, Campanello travel and romance novels. Her latest adventure, “Substitute Soloist,” won a silver Independent Publish Book Award.  D.R. is a violinist herself. Her musical tell-all, “Secrets of a Mariachi Violinist,” won the 2019 New Mexico/Arizona biography award. She is also the author of the poetry book, “The Secret Lives of the Pink House Cats.”
    The Tucson Sisters in Crime is a local Tucson, Arizona chapter of the international organization Sisters in Crime. They are authors, writers, readers, librarians, editors, publishers, agents, and booksellers with a passion for the mystery genre. They welcome Sisters and Brothers in Crime from everywhere who have an interest in writing, and in the Southern Arizona mystery community.
    Featured music on this episode is “Te Quiere Mucho” from the Ted DeGrazia album “Please Remember Me.”

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    Author Wanda Maureen Miller discusses MADELEINE on #ConversationsLIVE

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    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Wanda Maureen Miller to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her new book MADELEINE: Last French Casquette Bride in New Orleans. 

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    BGE Present: Find Me Auto Help

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    National award-winning SME automotive professional and author of "Find Me Auto Help" joins Jiggy Jaguar & Jay Izso to talk about her latest release. 
    About the author: National award-winning SME automotive professional Pam Oakes is into her fourth decade within the industry – and, she’s just about seen it all when it comes to consumers dealing with car care. Some good. Some bad. So, she thought it was time to update her 2011 “Car Care for the Clueless” book and glovebox guide and help vehicle owners, help their most important investment they will ever make: their car and truck.
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    Jefferson: A Modern Prometheus by Wilson J. Moses | Interview with Van Carter

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    In Thomas Jefferson: A Modern Prometheus, Wilson Jeremiah Moses provides a critical assessment of Thomas Jefferson and the Jeffersonian influence. Scholars of American history have long debated the legacy of Thomas Jefferson. However, Moses deviates from other interpretations by positioning himself within an older, 'Federalist' historiographic tradition, offering vigorous and insightful commentary on Jefferson, the man and the myth. Moses specifically focuses on Jefferson's complexities and contradictions. Measuring Jefferson's political accomplishments, intellectual contributions, moral character, and other distinguishing traits against contemporaries like George Washington and Benjamin Franklin but also figures like Machiavelli and Frederick the Great, Moses contends that Jefferson fell short of the greatness of others. Yet amid his criticism of Jefferson, Moses paints him as a cunning strategist, an impressive intellectual, and a consummate pragmatist who continually reformulated his ideas in a universe that he accurately recognized to be unstable, capricious, and treacherous.

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    ImaginePublicity on Air: SATIN PUMPS Author Steve Kosareff

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    Guest: Steve Kosareff, author of Satin Pumps: The Moonlit Murder that Mesmerized the Nation
    It was the midcentury murder that fascinated a nation and kept it glued for two years to radio, television and newspapers through three trials.
    Set against the midcentury CinemaScope glamour of Hollywood, Las Vegas and Palm Springs, “Satin Pumps: The Moonlit Murder That Mesmerized The Nation”? is a true crime memoir written by former Finch patient, screenwriter and author Steve Kosareff.
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    Music: Bensound.Com