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    AWSA 2016 — Michelle S. Lazurek: Some Golden Insight on Writing for Kids

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    For this AWSA 2016 conference special edition of the LH podcast Amber interviews the 2016 Children’s Book author Golden Scroll award-winner Michelle Lazurek. Michelle is an author, speaker, pastor's wife and blogger. She enjoys equipping overwhelmed Christians to reach their potential so they can fulfill their life's mission and calling, mentoring new writers and giving hope to weary pastors' wives.  www.michellelazurek.com

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    Conversations with Sapphire JBlue chats with Author Brian W. Smith

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    QUAGMIRE-Would you protect your brother if he committed a murder? What if the person your brother murdered was related to your spouse? In his trademark style, Bestselling Author, Brian W. Smith has penned a mind blowing novel that will have readers questioning whether marriage vows trump a sibling bond. The suspense is capped off by a mind blowing surprise ending.

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    Author Jim White on Write Now Radio!

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    Guest Host Rhonda Branch interviews Jim White! 
    Jim White, Ph.D. is the author of the #1 International Best-Selling book, What's My Purpose? A Journey of Personal and Professional Growth and the CEO and Founder of What's My Purpose? Life Mastery Course. Jim works with organizations and individuals worldwide, helping them define and implement excellence. CEOs, managers, and entire departments and companies have shown vast improvements through a wide range of customized services that enhance management effectiveness, productivity, and quality of professional relationships.
    In 1991, Jim founded JL White International, Inc. As a full-service management consulting and leadership development organization based out of Monterey, California, JL White International, Inc. offers a variety of innovative programs. His powerful workshops have helped hundreds of businesses and individuals identify various management styles, decision-making processes, corrective action techniques, morale-building methods, and accountability issues.

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    Giving Voice to Your Courage with Author Diana Paul

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    In today's episode of Giving Voice to Your Courage, we'll be talk with Diana Paul about her novel Things Unsaid and how it reflects the greatest themes in a novel -- that of courage.  
    In this engaging and complex family drama that is carefully crafted, Diana Paul writes a story of a family that could be mine and yours. When up against a difficult situation of choosing between the family, courage is the first ingredient that is needed to make a good decision that will benefit both sides. , 
    Click here to listen to past episodes of Giving Voice to Your Courage and to learn more about Dorit Sasson's newly released memoir Accidental Soldier: A Memoir of Service and Sacrifice in the Israel Defense Forces. 
    Click here to learn about Diana Paul and her debut novel, Things Unsaid. 

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    Interview with Author Thomas Hamilton

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    Thomas Wm. Hamilton's latest book Astronomical Numbers provides most of the commonly referenced and used numbers in astronomy. This includes the diameters of the sun, all the planets, and major moons, distances of orbits, magnitude scales, frequency of eclipses, the five different kinds of lunar month, and more. To maximize usefulness, all values are in both English units (e.g. miles) and metric (e.g. kilometers), and provide conversions for units commonly used in astronomy, such as the astronomical unit, lightyear, and parsec. Says the author, "There is a real need for a convenient and quick reference for all this astronomical data, which is scattered and time consuming to find." About the Author: Thomas Wm. Hamilton of Staten Island, New York, is the author of five other astronomy books, one science fiction novel, and an anthology of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and satire. He worked three years on the Apollo Project determining orbital characteristics, fuel usage, and radar accuracy requirements. The author taught college astronomy for thirty-three years while running planetariums and training students to enter the planetarium field. Retired in 2003, he has been writing ever since. 

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    Writing Warrior Radio Episode 8

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     This Dallas, TX native has always studied people. As a youth, she always took in the nature of relationships and the outcomes of situations. In her work, you witness her own relationships weaving their essences into her works as she uses emotions that are raw and real to add authenticity to her character. Whether in a novel like Lover's Redemption or an urban short story like Ciera's Reign, Sh' Moore builds believable "people" that leave readers completely connected. A writer with many interests, you can look to see her engaging audiences from multiple sides of the spectrum. As a host of the internet radio show, “Wed. Nite Wine Down”, she interacts with entrepreneurs, authors and music artists. As a youth life coach who created and presides over a non-profit organization, you can find her helping young ladies in community service, group forums, or through her writing of young adult literature.
    CEO of Sh’ Moore Books
    Principal Partner of Passion Ink Press

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    SPARKs of Writing & Self-Publishing with Author Carol Edwards Denekas

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    Carol Edwards Denekas just released her second inspirational novel, Seeds of Hope. The story spans from 1917 to 2015 and revolves around relationships that all have their roots at the Seeds of Hope orphanage. 
    In this interview, we'll explore the story of Seeds of Hope, including Carol's inspiration for Ava Reynolds, the founder of the Seeds of Hope orphanage. We'll also discuss Carol's journey to becoming a published author, which began when she penned her first historical romance at age 11, as well as her experience both with a publisher for her first novel, Rescuing Love, and self-publishing Seeds of Hope.
    In addition to her own writing, Carol supports other authors through the Red Barn Writers Guild, a local writers' club she started, as well as teaching creative writing classes. 
    You can learn more about Carol at www.CarolEdwardsAuthor.com, order Seeds of Hope at http://amzn.to/28M3FzY, and find her first novel, Rescuing Love, at http://amzn.to/28LvmHP.

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    Topics in Black Lesbian Publishing Ep. 1 The State of Black Lesbian Publishing

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    Join Stephanie and Lauren as they start a new series focused on Black lesbian publishing.  Topics will include audience, genre, various types of editing, cover design, marketing, reference and fact-checking, copyediting, traditional, indie, and self-publishing, and more.  If you want to learn more about how to publish your best book, listen in on Tuesday nights at 6:30 p.m.  If you have questions or would like for us to cover a topic, email us at leztalkbooksradio@gmail.com

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    Episode 199-Cheryl Diane Parkinson

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    The silent opinionated songstress, creative writer and teacher. Cheryl Diane Parkinson writes about anything that inspires her--from teenage fiction to children's stories. From serious articles to poetry.

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    Status and Updates 11 Jun 2016

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    Author Christina Lorenzen Talks about Her New Book

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    Christina Lorenzen talks about her new romance, A Wife for Humphrey.

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