Category Archives: Non Fiction

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Evo Terra: Pioneering Podcasting, Publishing, and The Beer Diet

Evo Terra

Evo Terra has led innovative and disruptive strategies for 20 years. In business, he’s launched and managed enterprise-level commerce platforms and directed international agency teams. As an educator, he’s hosted nationally syndicated radio programs, authored many instructional books, and is a nationally known speaker. As an entrepreneur, he’s launched many startups, all with varying degrees Listen Now

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Stephanie Barko: Helping Authors Get Booked & Be Heard

Stephanie Barko

Stephanie Barko’s award-winning clients include traditional publishers and their authors, small presses, and independently published nonfiction authors and historical novelists. She has presented on book marketing & publicity at industry & genre conferences, such as North American Historical Novel Society and Oklahoma Writers Federation. Her articles and book reviews have been published in Southern Writers Listen Now

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Jen Mann: Building An Audience One Imaginary Throat Punch At A Time

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Bestselling author and humorist Jen Mann has been called, “Erma Bombeck with F Bombs!” which she considers high praise. She is also a wife and mom who has a knack for saying things others think, but don’t have the nerve to say. Her blog, People I Want To Punch In The Throat, has won numerous awards and accolades Listen Now

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

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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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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

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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

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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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Bob Burg: How To Write, Speak, and Sell A Million Books Along The Way

Bob Burg

Bob Burg is a man of many talents.  Along with being a bestselling author, he’s a sought-after speaker at corporate conventions,regularly sharing the platform with notables including today’s top thought leaders, broadcast personalities, Olympic athletes and political leaders, including a former United States President. Although for years he was best known for his book Endless 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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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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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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Dan Miller: Success Comes From Doing What You Love

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Bestselling author Dan Miller went from teaching a Sunday school class from a 3 ring binder to self-publishing one of the bestselling career advice books in the history of publishing: the groundbreaking 48 Days To The Work You Love. Since then Dan has published a number of bestselling books that offer advice on life and Listen Now

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