Monthly Archives: July 2014

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Vickie Sullivan: Define The Message, Build The Brand, and Sell More Books

Vickie Sullivan is internationally recognized as the top market strategist for authors, speakers, executives, and experts in a variety of fields. She has twice served on the editorial board for Professional Speaker Magazine, and currently serves as contributing editor for, a prominent community of 120,000 service professionals. Her articles have been published in other Listen Now

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Paula Slade: Giving Voice To The Author’s Words

Paula Slade

Paula Slade is one of the busiest audiobook narrators in the business. She works with a number of authors across a variety of genres to bring their work to life. An alumnus of NBC-TV’s Daytime Writers Program, Wisdom Bridge Theater, and The Players Workshop of the Second City, she served as head of the Literary Listen Now

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Corban Addison: How A Social Conscience and An Activist’s Heart Led To Bestselling Novels

Corban Addison

Corban Addison is the author of two international bestselling novels, A Walk Across the Sun and The Garden of Burning Sand, which address some of today’s most pressing human rights issues. An attorney, activist, and world traveler, he is a supporter of numerous humanitarian causes, including the abolition of modern slavery, gender-based violence, and HIV/AIDS. Listen Now

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Thomas Waite: Putting Real World Experience To Work In Bestselling Cyber Thrillers

Thomas Waite

Thomas Waite’s debut novel, Terminal Value, was critically praised and reached #1 in Contemporary Books, #1 in Contemporary Fiction, #1 Paid in the Kindle Store, and #1 in Kindle Store Suspense at Amazon. Lethal Code is his first in a series of cyber-thrillers. Along with being an author, Waite is an advisor to technology companies Listen Now

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Sam Barry: Remembering Kathi Kamen Goldmark and Her Wild Oats

Sam Barry

Sam Barry is a publishing professional with 25 years of experience who serves as the author services liaison for Book Passage’s Path to Publishing program. Sam has a popular blog on, is a contributing editor at the literary magazine Zyzzyva, and serves on the board of San Francisco’s literary festival, Litquake. He is the Listen Now

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Bette Lee Crosby: Creating Strong Characters In A Soft Southern Voice

Bette Lee Crosby

Bette Lee Crosby is a USA Today bestselling author and winner of 15 Literary Awards. Specializing in Women’s Fiction, she has seven published novels plus two new releases scheduled for later this year. Bette is best known for her strong character portrayals and the heartwarming Southern voice she claims as part of her heritage. Previously Listen Now

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Dr. Jack Mayer: Life in a Jar: The Irena Sendler Project

Dr. Jack Mayer

Dr. Jack Mayer is a career pediatrician and the author of the inspiring new book, Life in a Jar: The Irena Sendler Project; the non-fiction account of how a Catholic social work named Irena Sendler rescued 2,500 Jewish children from the Warsaw ghetto during World War II. After the war Irena’s story remained unknown until, Listen Now

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Jay Baer: Teaching Authors The Concept of “Youtility” & The Importance of Social Media

Jay Baer

Bestselling author and social media expert Jay Baer has spent 20 years in digital marketing, consulting for more than 700 companies during that period, including 30 of the FORTUNE 500. His first book, The Now Revolution, outlined the “7 Shifts” companies can use to make their businesses run faster, smarter, and more social. His second Listen Now

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Gary Kaskel: Documenting An Age of Monsters & Miracles

Gary Kaskel

Author Gary Kaskel’s diverse career includes working as a camera salesman, stand-up comedian, journalist, technology consultant, charity executive, actor, screenwriter, director, cameraman and editor. From 1980 to 1982 he was associate producer for television legend Milton Berle’s production company. After a move back to New York City, he became a freelance director/cameraman for broadcasters and Listen Now

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