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Michelle Leighton: Picking Up Where Stephenie Meyer Left Off… And Then Some

Michelle Leighton

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Michelle Leighton, is a native of Ohio who relocated to the warmer climates of the South, where she can be near the water all summer and miss the snow all winter. Possessed of an overactive imagination from early in her childhood, Michelle finally found an acceptable outlet Listen Now

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Jim Breslin: How 17 Years At QVC Inspires His New Book Shoplandia

Jim Breslin

Jim Breslin is a writer, storyteller and a former television producer whose new book, Shoplandia, is inspired by his 17 years as a television producer at the QVC home shopping network. Jim’s short story collection Elephant (2011) features twenty-one stories about loneliness and hope in suburbia. His short stories have been published in the Schuylkill Listen Now

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Lorraine Pestell: Fictionalizing The Cause and Effect Of Depression

Lorraine Pestell is the author of the series A Life Singular, about the life of a famous rock star who suffers from depression due to a very traumatic upbringing, and the love of his life who helps him cope and heal. Lorraine, who has also suffered from depression for many years, is three books in Listen Now

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Cartlton Brown: Connecting Archeology, Lost Civilizations, and Altered States of Consciousness

Carlton Brown

Carlton Brown is the author of the fascinating new book, Sun God Sacred Secrets, in which he literally digs deep into the archaeology of ancient ritual sites, lost civilizations, and their association with altered states of consciousness. Carlton is a former biotech entrepreneur and researcher whose lifetime fascination with archaeology and lost civilizations drove him Listen Now

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