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Stacey Campbell: Listen To Your Heart, Follow Your Dreams, and Say, “Arrgh!”

Stacey Campbell

At the age of seven, Stacey Campbell was told by a teacher that she would never be the writer that she had hoped to be because she has a learning disability called Dyslexia. Today, Stacey will tell you that having Dyslexia was an inspiring challenge that, although a life long struggle, has made her a Listen Now

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Allan Karl: One Man’s Quest For Culture, Cuisine, and Connections

Allan Karl

Allan Karl has never been able to sit still. With an insatiable passion for travel, culture, people, and food, he has explored more than 60 countries all over the world, photographing, writing, and blogging about them along the way. Allan is an author, photographer, professional keynote speaker, committed adventurer, and digital marketing strategist. In his Listen Now

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Martha Randolph Carr: Finding Mystery and Suspense in the History of Politics

Martha Carr

Martha Randolph Carr is the author of 4 books including The Sitting Sisters, A Place Called Home, The Keeper and The List — the first in her Wallis Jones political thriller series. She is also a direct descendent of Thomas Jefferson. A professional copywriter and editor, she has written a weekly, nationally-syndicated column on politics Listen Now

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Jake Needham: Going Great Distances To Write Really Great Books

Jake Needham

Jake Needham is the author of seven international crime novels, all bestsellers in Asia and Europe and none of which have ever been distributed in the United States. Fortunately for his growing legion of fans, ebook editions of all his novels are now available worldwide. Before becoming a bestselling author he worked as a screen and television Listen Now

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