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    Brown Posey Press Show--C. Flynt, Author of "Promised Rewards"

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    "Promised Rewards" is a tale that takes the reader through 9th Century England, and follows an aspiring Bard, who tells the tales of the axe-wielding hero Sigurd. They don't quite start out that way, but seeking adventure means conflict, friendship, and perhaps even love as the two make their way through uncertain times.
    The story is one of many from Clif Flynt, who joins the Brown Posey Press Show to discuss how Bard and Sigard came about. With a background in folk music, computer programming and as a technical author, Clif has turned his skills toward short stories and the soon-to-be ongoing epic of his heroes.
    Clif is also the author of "You're Not From Around Here, Are You?" These and other works can be found on his website. He lives Michigan.

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    Voice of Indie Episode 196

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    Welcome to Voice of Indie, a production of Fresh Ink Group. Your hosts are Beem Weeks and Stephen Geez. This week we welcome award-winning crime writer Sue Coletta.

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    A Book is Born™ with Guest Author Cathy W. Rouhana

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    Tune in to Season 10, Epi. 5 of  A Book is Born™ on April 30, 2024 with Beverly Black, CEO/TRIBE Family Channel™ and Gumbo for the Soul Publications for the amazing interview with Guest Author, Catherine W. Rouhana, to discuss her book, "When the Fudge Trees Bloom: Memories of an American in the Middle East."  April 30, 2024, 4pm/PST, 5pm/GMT, 6pm/CST, 7pm/EST Call: 515-605-9741 or listen online: www.blogtalkradio.com/gumboforthesoul
    About Our Guest:
    Catherine W. Rouhana, a Baltimore native and second of 10 children, embarked on a unique life journey. Meeting her husband Nagib in college, they closed their Polish interest bookstore when his role at the World Bank led to a position in Saudi Arabia. Living in Saudi Arabia and Lebanon during the late ’70s and early ’80s, the couple faced the perils of political involvement and the challenges of war.
    In 1986, Catherine moved back to the U.S. with her children, while Nagib remained in the Middle East. Over 18 years, she chronicled her experiences, learning about writing, publishing, and herself. Despite the international separation, family unity remained crucial.
    Catherine’s upcoming memoir reflects a life shaped by love, international adventures, and the enduring strength of family bonds amidst geopolitical complexities.
    TRIBE Family Channel™ is a Gumbo for the Soul International® family brand created, owned and operated by Beverly Black. All Rights Reserved. 

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    The Kerri Edelman Show Present NYT Bestselling Author Jennifer Keishin Armstrong

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    Jennifer Keishin Armstrong's writing takes readers behind the scense of major moment in pop culture history and examines the lasting impact that our favorite TV shows, music, and movies have on our society and psyches. She investigates why pop culture matters deeply, from The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Seinfeld, to Sex and the City and Mean Girls, to Beyonce, Taylor, and Barbie. She had written eight books, including the New York Times bestseller Seinfeldia, When Women Invented Television, Sex and The City and Us, and So Fetch. Jennifer began her career in newspapers and spent ten years on stafff at Entertainment Weekly, where she reported from the front lines of Grey's Anatomy, 30 Rock and Lost. Her writing has since appeared in BBC Culture, New York magazine and Billboard. She currently curates and writes the Peabody Finds newsletter. Her own newsletter, Culture Trip, explores the intersections between pop culture, spirituality, and politics. For more information, go to jenniferkarmstrong.com & follow her @JMKArmstrong

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    Author Patti Eddington discusses THE GIRL WITH THREE BIRTHDAYS

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    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Patti Eddington to Conversations LIVE to discuss the new book THE GIRL WITH THREE BIRTHDAYS--- and what she hopes her story does to inspire others. 

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    Natalie Talks Live with Author Marilyn Horowitz

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    My guest today, Marilyn Horowitz, is an award-winning author, New York University professor, TV show creator, and writing coach, working with successful novelists, produced screenwriters, and award-winning filmmakers. Two of her mentees have been nominated for an Emmy, and a third won a Peabody. Horowitz received the coveted New York University Award for Teaching Excellence in 2004 and has an active online audience comprising 5,000 Facebook friends, over 10,000 connections on LinkedIn, and 2,500 readers of her weekly blog.Since 1998, she has taught hundreds of aspiring writers to complete their feature-length screenplays, novels, and TV pilots using her trademarked writing method, The Horowitz System®. Horowitz has also written five books on screenwriting, two of which are used as textbooks at New York University. Recently, she served as associate producer of “Hunter Is F**cked,” an award-winning comedy short based on the life of gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson, winning Best Dark Comedy (Texas Short Film Festival) and Best Ensemble Cast (Austin Comedy Film Festival).Marilyn is currently serving as a judge for the Big Apple Film Festival in the narrative-feature-film category and, in association with PANO, is spearheading a new contest for the best original screenplay, The Marilyn Horowitz/PANO Screenwriting Award, to be featured on FilmFreeway. Horowitz is passionate about helping aspiring creatives launch their writing careers, and since 2021 has been holding webinars to share her unique creativity-and-time-management technique, The Word of the Day Practice. Her fiction work is represented by the Blue Ridge Literary Agency, and her first novel, The Book of Zev, was published by Kohler Books.
    BOOK:  Word of the Day - Apr 26, 2024

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    Have You Met Her? Mary Brotherton That Is

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    After years of writing and editing for other's, seeing my name on their mastheads, I took a break in 2012 to become my mother's caregiver. When she crossed over two years later, I thought I could step back into the same path I'd walked for much of my career. Life threw me a curve. In 2018, I joined other professionals to create bUneke. At bUneke (be unique), we provide a free, educational publication that highlights people doing amazing things to make our world better. Since then, we have featured more than 3,000 charities, philanthropic businesses, and individuals who are working today to change tomorrow. I still write and edit as a freelancer, as time permits. bUneke is my passion and if you want to be a part of the movement, we welcome you to join us! I published my first book in 2022, after working on it for 40 years. My second book was released in the spring of 2023, after only 90 days from the first thought to the last page. A third book was inspired by a conversation with another author. Now, I am looking to rejoin the workforce and contribute to an organization that can make an impact on the world, rather than just my little corner of it.

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    Loren Stephens

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    Loren Stephens is president of Write Wisdom and Bright Star Memoirs. Loren’s personal essays and short stories have been published in numerous literary journals and newspapers.  Her debut historical novel All Sorrows Can Be Borne was published in hardcover in 2021 and 2023 in paperback. The novel is loosely based on her husband’s Japanese family.
    Loren will take us through the process she goes through to shape her clients stories and help find them “golden nuggets” that make for a fascinating read.

  • 00:42

    Dr. Eva Hnizdo Jewish female doctor turned historical fictional novelist

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    About the author
    I am a Jewish Czech, born in Prague in 1953.
    Whenever my family thought about emigration and decided against it, they made a mistake. Many of my relatives died in the concentration camps. My parents, after surviving the Holocaust, spent their lives under an oppressive communist regime.
    I studied medicine at Charles University in Prague and became a doctor. I was a refugee and obtained political asylum in the UK in 1986.
    I’m a retired general practitioner. I worked in the same surgery in Watford for 23 years, patients knew me as “ Doctor Heller” because nobody could pronounce my surname.
    During almost 40 years of working as a doctor, I had the privilege to see into my patients’ lives, their problems, and their solutions to those problems. I feel it is not a coincidence that many writers are medical doctors. They have many stories to tell. I am now retired and spend my time writing.
    My novel “Why Didn’t They Leave?” is being published on 28th September 2021

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    Stephen McGuire

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    Thriller mystery and more
    fractured power is a dark and psychological thriller about Aiden  Fletcher a young man who came from humble origins and uses his extraordinary ambition and  devious ingenuity to fulfill his inevitable destiny. 

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    Authors Advocate

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    We help authors get their books out into the world so they can share their amazing messages!