Monthly Archives: June 2014

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M. Louisa Locke: From Academia to Authorship, A Dream Deferred

Mary Louisa Locke

M. Louisa Locke is a retired professor of U.S. and Women’s History, who has embarked on a second career as an historical fiction writer. Her Victorian San Francisco Mystery series is based on the research she did for her doctorate in history at University of California, San Diego about women who worked in the far Listen Now

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Winslow Eliot: Creative Beginnings Spark A Lifetime of Writing

Winslow Eliot

Winslow Eliot wrote her first story at the age of seven while on a freighter traveling around the world. She published her first novel in 1983. Since then she has published nine additional novels that have  been sold in over twenty countries and translated into eleven languages. Her latest book, Sahti and the Rider, is Listen Now

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Michael Allan Scott: Mixing The Police Procedural and the Paranormal to Perfection

Michael Allan Scott

Michael Allan Scott was born and raised at the edge of the high desert in Kingman, Arizona. His earliest influences came from the artistic flair of his mother and the strong presence of his father. His mother read him to sleep every night, launching him on amazing adventures with an assortment of fantastic characters that Listen Now

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Randy Pennington: Authoring Books That Build Leaders, Customers, and Brand Loyalty

Randy Pennington

Randy Pennington is author or three books: Make Change Work, named the 2013 best general business book by USA Book News; Results Rule!®, named the 2007 best general business book by USA Book News; and On My Honor, I Will, which Ross Perot described as having, “Cracked the code of great leadership.” Pennington’s expertise has Listen Now

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Karen Kondazian: From Hollywood Starlet To Award-Winning Author of An Old West Saga

Karen Kondazian

Karen Kondazian’s career as an actor, writer and producer is as diverse as it is long. At the age of eight she was chosen to be one of the infamous children on Art Linkletter’s Kids Say the Darndest Things. The opportunity to miss school during tapings was all it took for Karen to abandon her Listen Now

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Chuck Sambuchino of Writer’s Digest: Guiding Authors To Agents and Publishers

Chuck Sambuchino

Chuck Sambuchino of Writer’s Digest Books edits the Guide To Literary Agents and the Children’s Writer’s & Illustrator’s Market. His Guide to Literary Agents Blog is one of the largest blogs in publishing. His 2010 humor book, How To Survive a Garden Gnome Attack, was optioned by Sony Pictures. His second humor book, Red Dog/Blue Listen Now

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Beth Cook Maranville: Closer Than Your Breath: Close Encounters of the Godly Kind

Beth Maranville

Author Beth Cook Maranville calls her new book Closer Than Your Breath “A book of hope, gift and healing.” Closer Than Your Breath is a collection of essays about her encounters with God at the darkest moments of her life. Confronted with a surprise divorce after 26 years of marriage, Beth faced the heartbreaking loss Listen Now

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Rachel Thompson: The Light & Dark Sides of the Award Winning Author

Rachel Thompson

Rachel Thompson is the author of the award-winning book Broken Pieces, as well as two popular humor books, A Walk In The Snark and Mancode: Exposed. She is the founder of BadRedhead Media, a company that creates effective social media and book marketing campaigns for authors. As a freelance writer, her articles appear regularly in Listen Now

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