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Little Stories for Tiny People: Anytime and bedtime stories for kids
Through The Ages With The Sleep Time Machine: A Bedtime Story for Kids

Little Stories for Tiny People: Anytime and bedtime stories for kids

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 39:33


My LITTLE HEDGEHOG PICTURE BOOK is AVAILABLE NOW! Find it by searching for "Little Hedgehog Goes to School" on Amazon or by visiting THIS LINK. I hope you LOVE IT! Lambden cannot wait to board his beloved Sleep Train, but he is in for an unexpected surprise when a mouse wearing a jetpack flies in his open window. Will Lambden agree to press the new temporary button? What will be on the other side? You'll just have to listen and find out. ENJOY! If you love this story, please share it with all fans of woolen crafts, any and all tortoise research scientists, all woolly rhinoceri, and your friends! They might just need a good story these days. Big People: leave a rating or review in your podcast app! If your tiny person wants to share a story they've written, please send photos or recordings of it to rhea@littlestoriestinypeople.com. I'd LOVE to see their artwork, stories, and anything else they'd like to share. Thank you to EISLEY for helping me with the reminder message at the beginning of this episode! And thank you to INDI, FERN, ARYA, OLIVE, PICO, FELICITY, ANTONIO, KAMARIA, ZHU ZHU, MAGGIE, BAIA, SIMONE, SHILOH, KINSLEY, ANNIE, BO, LIAM, TAIRA, BEATRICE, JASPER, JAMISON, VIVIENNE GRACE, LUCAS, KILLIAN, ESME, KINSLEY, NOAH, RIANN, OWEN, CAITLIN, ADAM, BEN, HAZEL, MADDIE, MASON, SIDRA, SUMMER, MATTHEW, LEIF, FELIX, ELIYAH, ZOE, EVERLY, SOPHIA, EISLEY, JUDY, HUGO, SIMON, EZRA JOY for the super important sound effects! For this episode, I sent out a request for specific sound effects to my email list subscribers. You can sign up for my email list at www.littlestoriestinypeople.com and scroll ALL the way down to the sign up form so you don't miss the next chance to participate! Visit my website, www.littlestoriestinypeople.com, to sign up for my email list, find book recommendations, Little Hedgehog tees, my picture books, and more!

Little Stories for Tiny People: Anytime and bedtime stories for kids
Through The Ages With The Sleep Time Machine: A Bedtime Story for Kids

Little Stories for Tiny People: Anytime and bedtime stories for kids

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 40:03


My LITTLE HEDGEHOG PICTURE BOOK is AVAILABLE NOW! Find it by searching for "Little Hedgehog Goes to School" on Amazon or by visiting THIS LINK. I hope you LOVE IT! Lambden cannot wait to board his beloved Sleep Train, but he is in for an unexpected surprise when a mouse wearing a jetpack flies in his open window. Will Lambden agree to press the new temporary button? What will be on the other side? You'll just have to listen and find out. ENJOY! If you love this story, please share it with all fans of woolen crafts, any and all tortoise research scientists, all woolly rhinoceri, and your friends! They might just need a good story these days. Big People: leave a rating or review in your podcast app! If your tiny person wants to share a story they've written, please send photos or recordings of it to rhea@littlestoriestinypeople.com. I'd LOVE to see their artwork, stories, and anything else they'd like to share. Thank you to EISLEY for helping me with the reminder message at the beginning of this episode! And thank you to INDI, FERN, ARYA, OLIVE, PICO, FELICITY, ANTONIO, KAMARIA, ZHU ZHU, MAGGIE, BAIA, SIMONE, SHILOH, KINSLEY, ANNIE, BO, LIAM, TAIRA, BEATRICE, JASPER, JAMISON, VIVIENNE GRACE, LUCAS, KILLIAN, ESME, KINSLEY, NOAH, RIANN, OWEN, CAITLIN, ADAM, BEN, HAZEL, MADDIE, MASON, SIDRA, SUMMER, MATTHEW, LEIF, FELIX, ELIYAH, ZOE, EVERLY, SOPHIA, EISLEY, JUDY, HUGO, SIMON, EZRA JOY for the super important sound effects! For this episode, I sent out a request for specific sound effects to my email list subscribers. You can sign up for my email list at www.littlestoriestinypeople.com and scroll ALL the way down to the sign up form so you don't miss the next chance to participate! Visit my website, www.littlestoriestinypeople.com, to sign up for my email list, find book recommendations, Little Hedgehog tees, my picture books, and more!

Thank the Maker: A Star Wars Podcast
#128 - Mosh Eisley (ft. Dan-O Florez)

Thank the Maker: A Star Wars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 42:22


Emo strikes back! This week we tell you everything you need to know about the greatest Star Wars crossover event OF ALL TIME! Mosh Eisley lands in Las Vegas October 28th, and tickets go on sale Friday, August 12th! Follow @mosheisley on Instagram for updates and links! Donate to "WHAT CHOICE? - Star Wars Fans For Abortion Access" at gofundme. Support Thank the Maker on Patreon: patreon.com/thankthemakerpod Get Thank the Maker merch: thankthemakermerch.com Thank The Maker Network on social media: instagram.com/thankthemakerpod twitter.com/thankthemaker instagram.com/armorpartyshow instagram.com/princessandscoundrelshow Follow the hosts on social media: instagram.com/adamtheskull instagram.com/nickbayside instagram.com/williamryankey instagram.com/hondosupply twitter.com/adamtheskull twitter.com/nickbayside twitter.com/williamryankey twitter.com/hondosupply The Mandalorian, Ahsoka, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Andor, The Book of Boba Fett, The Bad Batch, The High Republic, Star Wars Visions, Anime, Star Wars Anime, Disney Gallery, Hayden Christensen, Galactic Starcruiser, Halcyon, Chandrila Star Line, Galaxy's Edge, Rogue Squadron, Disney+ Day, Hondo Supply, Armor Party, Kathleen Kennedy, Star Wars Celebration, Star Wars Black Series, Temuera Morrison, Black Krrsantan, Tosche Station, Danny Trejo, Fennec Shand, Ming-Na Wen, Mark Hamill, Luke Skywalker, Ahsoka Tano, Rosario Dawson, Cad Bane, Darth Malgus, Princess Leia, Vivien Lyra Blair, Carrie Fisher --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thankthemaker/support

Just Goofin' a Sports Podcast
Episode 20: All NBA Playoff Teams and Conference Final Predictions with Les Eisley! PLUS, Post NFL Draft Talk & NFL Division Predictions with Nikko Ebbole!!

Just Goofin' a Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 115:02


Jam-packed episode this week on Just Goofin! Joining Arrian, residential hot taker Les Eisley joins the show again to discuss his All NBA Playoff team and recap the 2nd round of the playoffs. Les and Arrian then give their predictions as to what's going to happen in the Conference Finals as their two teams can potentially meet up for an awesome Finals matchup! (00:00:00-00:55:14). Bringing resident NFL Draft expert Nikko Ebbole back into this mix this week with some post NFL Draft analysis that we have yet to touch on. The guys talk about how the PATS had one of the wonkiest drafts of all time, the Lions and Jets having an A+ draft, and some WR trades that came about on draft night. They then finish up the NFL segment giving each NFL Division winners and their final Division standings predictions (00:55:15- 01:55:02)https://linktr.ee/justgoofinpodSupport the show

Pink Notes
Episode 94: To Eisley

Pink Notes

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 69:34


A sad one! But not all sad. We're on Instagram: @pink_notes_podcast What should we talk about? Let us know at ppinknotess@gmail.com

Just Goofin' a Sports Podcast
Episode 19: NBA Playoffs Analysis with Les Eisley! Second Round Picks & MEM/MIN Protests

Just Goofin' a Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 82:59


Les Eisley joins the pod this week to give some analysis on the first round of the NBA Playoffs thus far and talk about some of the breakout players that have been putting on a show. The boys get sidetracked talking about the Memphis/Minnesota protests and trying to help Big Suge out with what to bring to his and Les' golf range session. They then give their second round picks for the NBA Playoffs and make some side bets.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/justgoofinpod)

Michigan Insider
002 - Howard Eisley Zooms with the media 030322

Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 7:57


Howard Eisley Zooms with the media  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Green Acres Garden Podcast
Behind The Scenes at Our Vegetable Growing Facility

Green Acres Garden Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2022 29:07


Welcome! Are you anxious to get your vegetable garden started? Join Kevin and Austin as they take a trip to the growing greenhouses at Green Acres Nursery & Supply at Eisley's. They'll share a behind-the-scenes look at what's to come for warm-season vegetables and herbs. Find out about new varieties along with tried-and-true growing tips from this legendary growing facility.Watch On YouTube: Behind The Scenes at Our Vegetable Growing FacilityGreen Acres Nursery & SupplyGreen Acres Garden Podcast Group on FacebookSign Up for Email Ads and Timely Garden Tips

Michigan Insider
003 - Howard Eisley Zooms with the media 020122

Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2022 5:16


Howard Eisley Zooms with the media See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

HELL HAS AN EXIT Podcast with Bryan Alzate
Ep. 66 "Say Anything" Lead Singer Talks Mental Health feat. Max Bemis

HELL HAS AN EXIT Podcast with Bryan Alzate

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 100:43


On today's episode of Hell Has an Exit Bryan sits down with Max Bemis - the lead singer and founder of SAY ANYTHING. He is known for being open about his struggle with bi-polar disorder and wishes to share his journey to inspire others.  In this interview Max reveals his experience with supporting his wife Sherri Bemis, who is the lead singer and songwriter for the band Eisley.  Listen to this great conversation between SAY Max Bemis and Bryan Alzate, our host, on this week's HELL HAS AN EXIT! For more info, please visit unitedrecoveryproject.com or call  tel: 833-699-9395 To watch the full interview go to https://youtube.com/c/HellHasanExit Follow on Instagram & Twitter @hellhasanexit @united_recovery @dbpodcasts Produced by dbpodcasts.com Music by Miles M. Davis

This Was The Scene Podcast
Ep. 161: Say Anything w/ Max Bemis

This Was The Scene Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 116:34


Before we start, feel free to support the podcast if you've been listening for a while by signing up for my Patreon for $1 and I will love you forever. Say Anything is one of my favorite bands of all time. If you don't know who they are just start with Is A Real Boy… and then consume each album after that.  Max heard Rama from Big Wheel's interview (Episode 148) and messaged me to chat, we set up some time for an interview and this is what we chat about: Writing songs for people Playing for Drive-Thru The intro to belt Buddyhead Rama from Big Wheel Bipolar and Manifesting How fast did Is A Real Boy blow up Anarchy, My Dear In Defense of the Genre Amy Fiddler And a ton more This week's sponsor is Mint 400 Records. Mint 400 Records is an indie record label from NJ with bands across the United States, Canada, and Europe. The label features everything from Indie Rock & Folk to Post-Punk and Soul. Over 400 exciting releases.  You can find Mint 400 Records' releases streaming at Spotify, Pandora, Tidal, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Deezer, and more or at all mp3 outlets worldwide. Visit www.mint400records.com for links and more info. Here's a clip from their band Ladybirds's song “Regional Community Theater”  which features Max on 2 tracks, originally released in 2007 it is available on all streaming platforms from Mint 400 Records. Check out my new book The Couples' Checklist for my webcomic dailyBred. It's a great gift for Valentine's Day. I also have an Instagram for it. If you market aggressively on Instagram Stories and want custom stickers then go here to get custom stickers or just email mike@drive80.com and I can send you samples. These are great for B2C companies and Realtors. Feel free to support the podcast for as little as $1 a month through Patreon Or go to thiswasthescene.com to possibly buy some merch.

Michigan Insider
002 - Howard Eisley and Hunter Dickinson Zoom with the media 122121

Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 7:21


Howard Eisley and Hunter Dickinson Zoom with the media See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Vine Church Podcast
Advent Scripture for December 19, 2021, Read by Eisley Gray

The Vine Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021


During this Advent season, the members and friends of The Vine church are pleased to provide thematic scripture readings, meant to help focus your mind on the coming Lord in the season. Every day will feature a different scripture read by a different individual. We encourage listeners to meditate on these scriptures and share them with friends and family throughout the season.The scriptures this week are on the theme of LOVE, and today's scriptures are Philippians 2:1-5 and 1 Corinthians 13:1-7 read by Eisley Gray. We hope you are blessed.Music is “Hope is Here” by John Hatfield, available on Bandcamp.

Just Goofin' a Sports Podcast
Episode 5: NBA & Hip-Hop w/ Les Eisley and The Disrespected Cardinals & Week 15 w/ Matt Kersman

Just Goofin' a Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 80:50


This week on Just Goofin' two Bay Area natives by the name of Les Eisley and Matt Kersman join Arrian in his most diverse episode yet. Les and Arrian try to talk about the NBA (00:03:10-00:20:00) but get way too distracted due to too much goofin'. They talk about the unfortunate events that happened at Astroworld Festival in Houston as well as discuss how BACK Kanye is after him and Drake's beneficiary concert (00:20:30-00:34:35). For NFL, Kersman joins the pod to remind everyone about the Arizona Cardinals and urges people to start talking about them after the amazing season they've had thus far. They also give their picks on the Week 15 games in the NFL to finish up the show (00:36:30-1:20:00).Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/justgoofinpod)

Podcasting is Praxis
E105 *PREVIEW* - Nonce Eisley Cantina

Podcasting is Praxis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 5:30


This is only a bit of the wonders contained within this episode - for the full 90 minutes of British space glory, subscribe to our Patreon. In this episode the UK is escaping earth to corrupt space with capitalism. In order to get there, we have a big catapult and a bunch of robots stacked on top of each other, but first we must do battle over fly fishing rights. Follow us on Twitter @Praxiscast Featuring a quartet of total space cadets: Starfleet Captain David @SanitaryNaptime Cylon Infiltrator Rob @CountRthe Kessel Runner Jamie @anxietycowboy Mars Rebel James @anarchonbury (Alasdair @Ballistari was exiled to a comet for his crimes against space)

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen
Defend the Block 69 - Howard Eisley

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 24:52


Brian catches up with men's basketball assistant coach Howard Eisley about his journey to Ann Arbor (5:30), the camaraderie of the program's coaching and support staff (9:45), and his early impressions of this year's team (15:00).See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The JFH Podcast
145: What Were 2011's Best Albums? A JFH Panel Discussion

The JFH Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 98:42


Regular host Chase is joined by JFH staff writers Scott Fryberger and Josh Balogh to rank and discuss the best releases that became one decade old this year. As a follow-up to the previous episode, Chase also provides a recap of his experience attending Furnace Fest. This episode is sponsored by Darby Hughes, whose new album No Savior Like Mine is available now. Click here for more information. The JFH Podcast is hosted and produced by Chase Tremaine and executive produced by John DiBiase and Christopher Smith. To meet the people behind the show, discuss the episodes, ask questions, and engage in conversations with other listeners, join the JFH Podcast group on Facebook.

Hoopsfix Podcast - British Basketball with Sam Neter
How the love of the game keeps you playing into your 40's - with Jason Swaine - Ep. 103

Hoopsfix Podcast - British Basketball with Sam Neter

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 81:04


For episode 103 of the Hoopsfix Podcast, we sit down with former England senior international and BBL pro, Jason Swaine.Swaine, known to be one of the great all-time shooters, picked up 24 caps for England, is a three-time BBL title winner and 12-time National League Division 1 title champion.Starting his professional career with the Sheffield Sharks, he led the BBL in 3-point percentage in his second year, and also played for Chester Jets and Manchester Giants.Eventually signing with Teeside Mohawks, he was a part of one of the most successful teams in national league history as they pulled off the clean sweep treble three times in four years.After choosing to focus on his teaching career in 2004, he continued to play in the lower national leagues (winning Division 3 MVP twice in 2009 and 2010), before retiring from the national league in 2016 but still playing to this day in local leagues and in the masters tournaments.Timestamps:00:00 Intro01:58 Interview start02:10 Swaine's take on the BBL this season in comparison to his playing days05:18 Whether Jason followed the league much prior to this season06:21 The growth of netball and Jason's daughter being a player08:39 Whether it's hard for him to enjoy basketball as a fan09:36 What made Jason first get into basketball11:19 Balancing football and basketball12:32 Curtis Xavier and his impact on Jason15:17 Where are the roles for ex pros in the UK? 16:08 Whether he saw a career in basketball at 1518:02 Swaine's work ethic to become a great shooter20:17 When he became known as a good shooter21:53 Players he looked up to coming up23:13 Access to the NBA in the early 90s24:02 Why he switched from Calderdale to Doncaster25:07 The level of competition in Division 126:46 Other great players of his generation28:00 How the opportunity with the Sheffield Sharks came about30:05 Whether he had a welcome to the pros moment31:45 How much money he could earn as a 19 year old in the BBL33:08 Whether playing in the BBL felt like 'a thing'35:41 To be a professional you need a tax code!36:49 The increase of his role from his rookie year to his second year39:19 The McDonald's Open Championship43:21 Playing Real Madrid being up 17 at the half and losing by 345:24 Making his debut with the England Senior national team at 2147:28 Standout memories with the England team49:16 How good were John Amaechi and Steve Bucknall?50:58 Standout victories with England52:55 Why he left Sheffield Sharks57:15 His half season in Chester58:50 Playing for Manchester Giants in their prime years1:00:19 The level Manchester were operating at compared to other teams 1:01:30 Whether he thinks Manchester can get back to where they were1:03:15 His dominant years with Teeside and why he chose to go D11:05:22 Teeside doing a treble three years out of four1:07:23 What has kept Jason playing for so long1:09:21 Playing with his son Eisley at Bradford in Division 11:12:59 The importance of having family support1:14:33 Standout best British junior players1:15:29 The best British player he has played with or against1:16:20 Best individual performance he has ever witnessed1:17:36 Favourite basketball memory1:18:51 What is in the future for Jason in the next 3-5 years  The show has been approved on iTunes – find it here and please subscribe to automatically receive new episodes straight to your phone/computer/tablet – if you could give us a review/rating it would be much appreciated to help the podcast spread far and wide, meanwhile it is also on Spotify here, Overcast, Stitcher, and Google Podcasts.You can support Hoopsfix's work in helping to grow British basketball on Patreon.

The Boo Crew
Ep#215 - EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE (Sam Claflin / India Eisley / Vaughn Stein)

The Boo Crew

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2021 72:27


Back again for a THIRD all new episode this week! Solve the mysteries of episode 215! You are joined by filmmaker Vaughn Stein and actors India Eisley and Sam Claflin. At time of release, their fantastic new thriller, EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE is in select theaters and VOD now! You’ll spend time with each one of them separately as they let you into the world of tension they created. They’ll talk about the mechanics of conveying suspense and the experience of their performances. We’ll also take a look at some of their other work including Vaughn’s film, “Inheritance”, Sam’s incredible turn in Jennifer Kent’s “The Nightingale” and India Eisley’s mind bending “Look Away”, her stint as a vampire / lycan hybrid in “Underworld” and much more! The twist, is that Episode 215 is now playing! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

X's and Bro's with Sean Baligian
Friday, March 26, 2021 | Michigan Asst. Coach Howard Eisley ahead of Sweet 16

X's and Bro's with Sean Baligian

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2021 19:53


Friday, March 26, 2021 | Michigan Asst. Coach Howard Eisley ahead of Sweet 16 by Michigan Sports Network

Shep, Shower & Shave
Friday, March 26, 2021 | Michigan Asst. Coach Howard Eisley ahead of Sweet 16

Shep, Shower & Shave

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2021 19:54


Friday, March 26, 2021 | Michigan Asst. Coach Howard Eisley ahead of Sweet 16 by Michigan Sports Network

Locked On Boston College - Daily Podcast On Boston College Eagles Football & Basketball
Howard Eisley, Mark Schmidt Candidate Profiles, Plus Baseball Preview!

Locked On Boston College - Daily Podcast On Boston College Eagles Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2021 37:01


The news continues to pour in for BC basketball as Wynston Tabbs announces he is entering the transfer portal. We break down his decision, plus look at two new names to watch for in the BC coaching search. Finally we have Dan Rubin of BCEagles.com in to talk about the baseball team and why this year may be the year to jump on the bandwagon. Follow us on Twitter at @lockedonbc Built Bar- Today's episode is brought to you by Built Bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON,” and you'll get 20% off your next order. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Michigan Insider
002 - Howard Eisley Zooms with the media 011521

Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2021 4:19


Howard Eisley Zooms with the media See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bringin' it Backwards
Interview with David Davis

Bringin' it Backwards

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2020 30:09


We had the pleasure of interviewing David Davis over Zoom video! Every once in a while an artist emerges who has the ability to move fans emotionally by creating an unforgettable musical experience. Artists of this quality come from undeniable talent, and radical vulnerability. This is the heartbeat of David Davis.For as long as he can recall, David has been fixed on a career in music. Chicago-born and surrounded by seven siblings, he captured attention by belting out Motown classics, performing in church, and always finding his way to a stage. He perfected his piano and performance skills while studying in the nationally renowned Belmont University music program, drawing inspiration from the likes of Stevie Wonder, Donny Hathaway, and India Arie.David has recorded with legendary producers, from RedOne (Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, Jennifer Lopez) to Aaron Sprinkle (One Republic, Eisley). He has garnered a wide range of awards and reviews, has featured songs on hit TV shows, and has amassed over 700 shows in the last 3.5 years cross-country. He has played to sold-out clubs and festivals, both as the headliner and as an opening act for the likes of Jon Bellion and John Legend. David’s voice, arrangements, and productions have been featured on chart-topping records, commercials for major brands and networks, as well as across hundreds of stages internationally. These stages include the 64th Primetime Emmy Awards Governor’s Ball, a London debut at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, and a 73-show residency at Quincy Jones’ club, “Q’s” in Dubai.David most recently was featured on NBC’s “Songland”, where his song “Everything It Took To Get To You” was chosen as the winner of the Ben Platt episode (iTunes #1 Spot - New Pop Song Chart / #5 All Song Chart / #2 Pop Chart).His debut album, “The Long & Short of It” is now available on all streaming platforms.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod  #foryou #foryoupage #stayhome #togetherathome #zoom #aspn #americansongwriter #americansongwriterpodcastnetworkListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! 

Rock Star (Giuffria; Dirty White Boy), David Glen Eisley

"The Commute" Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 59:59


One of the greatest voices in my era steps aboard the bus today—from the bands Giuffria, House of Lords, Dirty White Boy, and lately several outstanding solo projects, David Glen Eisley joins us! He also played minor league baseball, so the stories are flying out of the ballpark Listen in as he talks about the amazing journey his musical life has taken, and about the unbelievable humanitarian project his friend, Lanny Cordolla, is doing in the Middle East. He has immediately become one of my favorite guests!

The Queen of Manifesting
Manifesting a Sales Mindset with Chip Eisley, The Sales Whisperer

The Queen of Manifesting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2020 38:14


In this episode, Kelly Kaye Walker, The Queen of Manifesting, is joined by Chip Eisley, The Sales Whisperer. Chip shares the importance of a 'sales mindset' which is not what everyone assumes it is! Listen in to find out how to cultivate your own sales mindset! Everyone who mentions they heard Chip on The Queen of Manifesting Podcast gets a free 30 minute strategy call with Chip! Chip's Contact Information Phone: 928-236-2366 Email: SellingSeriously@gmail.com Facebook: sellingseriously ----------------------------------------------- Join Kelly for her night retreat in May, "Becoming a Woman of Influence" in Heber City, UT. Tickets are on sale now, and the spots are over half full. Grab your spot before it's too late! May 12-16, 2021. Register here: https://thequeenofmanifesting.regfox.com/becoming-a-woman-of-influence-retreat Please join the Facebook community, Manifesting Influence  https://www.facebook.com/groups/manifestinginfluence --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/queenofmanifesting/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/queenofmanifesting/support

The Queen of Manifesting
Manifesting a Sales Mindset with Chip Eisley, The Sales Whisperer

The Queen of Manifesting

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2020 38:14


In this episode, Kelly Kaye Walker, The Queen of Manifesting, is joined by Chip Eisley, The Sales Whisperer. Chip shares the importance of a 'sales mindset' which is not what everyone assumes it is! Listen in to find out how to cultivate your own sales mindset! Everyone who mentions they heard Chip on The Queen of Manifesting Podcast gets a free 30 minute strategy call with Chip! Chip's Contact Information Phone: 928-236-2366 Email: SellingSeriously@gmail.com Facebook: sellingseriously ----------------------------------------------- Join Kelly for her night retreat in May, "Becoming a Woman of Influence" in Heber City, UT. Tickets are on sale now, and the spots are over half full. Grab your spot before it's too late! May 12-16, 2021. Register here: https://thequeenofmanifesting.regfox.com/becoming-a-woman-of-influence-retreat Please join the Facebook community, Manifesting Influence  https://www.facebook.com/groups/manifestinginfluence --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/queenofmanifesting/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/queenofmanifesting/support

Nikki Nights
Nikki Nights: Down the Rabbit Hole with India Eisley

Nikki Nights

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2020 53:47


You're not going to want to look away from tonight's episode. Nikki chats with one of her favorite actresses the incredibly talented India Eisley. Nikki and India talk all things acting, movies and pandemic safety precautions. Then, they both really candid and talk about their celebrity crushes. O this episode will keep you guessing for sure. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nikkinights/message

Circle of Knowledge
Selling Is Life So Live It, Chip Eisley

Circle of Knowledge

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2020 59:03


Chip Eisley, Selling Seriously Tell us about you, your story, your background, and/or your business?: I have been on a journey for the last 10 years! The last for it has been a self-discovery and I found my zone of genius! I love helping people's programs succeed through sales! If they have a good product and are good people we will help them get the people they want and need! What “Knowledge” or “golden nuggets of wisdom” do you want to share with our audience?: Changing your mindset to better sell your program. Well, show you hoe to get out of creator and into consumer mindset to have better sales. What is one challenge you would like to extend to our audience to apply in their lives?: Everything we do in life is sales! Stop thinking about what others want from you and start living your life! How can our listeners find out more about you/your business/your book/etc.? (i.e. website, social media group, landing page, etc.): Face book @speakingseriosly. Book a time to talk Https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?pwner=19013736&calanderID=3650757 How can our listeners contact you personally? (i.e., cell phone, email, social media handle, etc.): Messanger Chip Eisley Do you have a gift you would like to share with our audience? (i.e., content, resources, free stuff, discounted stuff, invitations, etc.): $200 off our next Selling Seriously Intensive Normally $1697 for our listens to that reference Circle of knowledge podcast it's just $1497 Or if they would just like our services 5% off our normal commissions Music Cred: Scouting, Eveningland --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/circle-of-knowledge/support

The Am Writing Fantasy Podcast
The AmWritingFantasy Podcast: Episode 83 – Writing for Star Wars

The Am Writing Fantasy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2020 44:12


What is it like to write for a massive franchise like Star Wars? How do you get such writing opportunities? Mur Lafferty - the Hugo and Nebula nominee, as well as, the winner of the John W. Campbell Award - joins the Am Writing Fantasy podcast to share insights, and a peek behind the curtain, on such an exclusive opportunity.   Tune in for new episodes EVERY single Monday. SUPPORT THE AM WRITING FANTASY PODCAST! Please tell a fellow author about the show and visit us at Apple podcast and leave a rating and review. Join us at www.patreon.com/AmWritingFantasy. For as little as a dollar a month, you'll get awesome rewards and keep the Am Writing Fantasy podcast going.   Read the full transcript below. (Please note that it's automatically generated and while the AI is super cool, it isn't perfect. There may be misspellings or incorrect words on occasion).   Narrator (1s): You're listening to the am. Writing fantasy podcast in today's publishing landscape, you can reach fans all over the world. Query letters are a thing of the past. You don't even need a literary agent. There is nothing standing in the way of making a living from writing. Join two best selling authors who have self published more than 20 books between them now on to the show with your hosts, Autumn Birt, and Jesper Schmidt. Jesper (30s): Hello, I am Jesper, and this is episode 83 of the am writing fantasy podcast. So Autumn is taking a well deserved break today, and I'm instead joined by Mur Lafferty, who is both a fellow podcaster, but she is also a highly accomplished writer herself. She has won the John W. Campbell award for best new writer and also a Hugo. And she's also a Hugo and Nebula a nominee for best novel. And I'm quite sure I forgot some of your other rewards there or about a huge welcome onto the am writing fantasy podcasts. Mur (1m 8s): Thank you so much. I'm pleased to be here. Jesper (1m 11s): Yeah. So before we get into all this that we're going to, we're going to talk somewhat about star Wars and how it is to write in a setting that is already established and, and just in general, your experiences with writing and star Wars, because you written a novel in there, but before we get that far, maybe, maybe you could just share a bit more about yourself and your writing apart from what I just mentioned. Mur (1m 35s): Sure. I started, I guess, professionally, I started around 2002 when I started to get jobs, playing writing for roleplaying games, primarily with white Wolf. And I worked on several of those and then podcasting became a thing. And so I started sort of chronicling my attempt to be published and while attempting to be published. And so I started, I should be writing in 2005 and yeah, it'll be 15 years old next month actually. Mur (2m 7s): And yeah, then I started to get published. I sold a short story or two, I self published a superhero novel that, and I published it on podcast via podcast and it got some attention from a small press. So then we, they published it. That was 2007, I think. And then I started selling books to orbit and most recently ACE and the teens, and then I was approached to do the solo novelization. Mur (2m 42s): So I got to write a star Wars book too. And then I also approached to do a Minecraft book, which came out after the solo book. Jesper (2m 50s): Yeah. Sorta the lost journals or something. Right. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. I use still self publishing. Some of the books are all traditional puppies. It's Mur (3m 0s): All traditional published because I'm mainly not very good at multitasking. I would love to do some self published stuff, but I'm just, it's hard for me to think about two stories at once. So if I'm, if I'm writing a book, I'm writing that book. Jesper (3m 17s): Yeah. Yeah. And I know as well that, well, I actually listened to the podcast. You, you also host with you fellow host, Matt, that did stickers podcast. I listened to that as well, but I was actually wondering before we get into the topic of today, because you must have gotten into podcasting, like in the really, really early days, I think because you've been doing this for a long, long time. Jesper (3m 49s): And it's always interesting to me to ask somebody who is like a really early adopter, early adopter of something. Why did you decide to do podcasting back in the day? Mur (4m 2s): It's hard to explain. I mean, besides the fact that I thought it sounded cool and I could do it, it's, I've always loved the idea of being a DJ, but being live is kind of scary for me. I did a, a monthly local radio show with a friend of mine and the anxiety levels were huge just because I'd be thinking this is live. I have to keep talking. Oh, no, all I can think about is how I'm not talking. Mur (4m 33s): And now that's all I'm thinking about. And my cohost was very good at filling those empty spots when I would freeze up. But right around the time podcasting became a thing. Broadband was becoming a thing and like internet radio has been around for forever, but you needed to have huge of ability to just, to, to download a bunch of stuff. You know, it's, it's huge file streaming files. Mur (5m 3s): That was just not feasible to the average, you know, home. But once broadband became a thing you could conceive, it would be easy to send out a 15 Meg file that you would expect people to download. I mean, I remember back in the nineties, when somebody at the company I was working for found the very first South park short and which was 50 megs and mailed it to everybody in the company and brought the server to its knees. Mur (5m 33s): So yeah. So it was, it, it sounded like fun. And I could talk into a mic, but if I screwed up, I could fix it. So that's, it just seemed like a fun thing to try and I did. And it was fun. Jesper (5m 47s): Yeah. Do you see any difference nowadays in the podcasting landscape? Because I don't know. I mean, we've been running DM writing fantasy YouTube channel probably for like three, four years, but the podcasting element, we transitioned into podcasting probably like a year or year and a half ago. So that say we are still fairly new, at least compared to you and in terms of podcasting, but I still feel like it is like a very like early environment in terms of podcasting. Jesper (6m 21s): Do you always also feel that I have to offer so many years or do you see a huge different compared to back then? Mur (6m 26s): Oh, it's huge. It's huge difference. I, you know, I remember almost all of the major shifts in podcasting. The first being when I tuned started to support podcasts and when Libsyn came around and the idea of your podcast becoming popular was not a huge hit to your finances because your internet provider wouldn't go, Oh God, why are you suddenly distributing this podcast to so many people? Mur (6m 58s): There was a time when, you know, a sudden spike in downloads would be very expensive for you, right? And Oh, what what's happening now is it's like the, the corporations, like the big channels and backed by big media money and hosted by celebrities. Those shows are validating all the work we put into podcasting, which is great because you don't say you don't get that weird look on people's faces when you say I have a podcast, unfortunately, because they're there and they have validated it. Mur (7m 41s): That means they're also the biggest thing on the block. And it's much harder for independent podcasters to get noticed because of that. This is, this is always the funniest thing I say when the mentality of the time. And I like to say it to other writing podcasters, because when I started to my knowledge, I would say to my knowledge, there might've been somebody else. I don't know. No one's ever come forward to tell me, but to my knowledge, I had the second writing podcast and the first was a Michael a stack poles, the secrets. Mur (8m 15s): And because there was only one I figured I would talk to Mike and ask him if he thought it was okay, that I did number two, which is, you know, these days it's laughable. How many writing podcasts are there? Ask me for permission. Not that I could or should give it, you know what I mean? But it was just funny at the time. And it's like, I thought there was a space for me because Mike was talking from the point of view of a veteran of decades of fantasy and science fiction writing while I was trying to approach it from a beginner who was trying to learn as many lessons as possible to pass on to other beginners. Mur (8m 53s): So, but yeah, like the idea of contacting somebody else and saying, Hey, I might do something kind of like what you're doing. You cool with that? Yeah. That's not a thing. Now, everybody knows what a podcast is. That's really cool. And it's easier to do than ever, but it's, but there's the downside of, I wouldn't when people ask me how to start a podcast, now I have no idea because you know, my advice is go back to 2005 and, and start one when there's like a couple thousand podcasts. Mur (9m 32s): And I wouldn't know how to start out with episode one in the current landscape of podcasting, but more power to everybody who gives it a go cause more content is always great. But yeah, I feel very old in the fact that my experiences aren't terribly relevant anymore, but I mean, I keep producing and, and so there's that, but as for advice on how to get, get started or, or get a foothold, I, I have no idea. Jesper (10m 11s): No, no one, I guess to some extent, one could say that similar to one self publishing came around, you know, there's a lot of podcasts, but there's also a lot of poor ones. It's easy to make a podcast, but it's not easy to make a good one. Just like self publishing. It's easy to publish a book, but writing a good one. It's not easy. Yeah. So, but, okay. But maybe we've nerded out enough about podcasting and whatnot. And as you try to get into the topic that we were supposed to talk about here, because we really wanted to invite you onto the, to the am writing fantasy podcast here. Jesper (10m 45s): Because when I look at your career, of course, from a fire here, but you're probably one of the writers out there that has the most experience in writing, in a setting that somebody else created. And as you said in the beginning, there, you, you started out writing in, in some roleplaying settings already. So already there you were riding in settings that somebody I'll create it. And then afterwards you, or later on, you wrote solo, a star Wars story. And also that Minecraft book, the lost journals, as we mentioned before, but I was thinking maybe to start us out here, could you talk a bit about, what is it like to write in a universe where, where at least I assume that you have to abide to some sort of established law of that word. Mur (11m 33s): Oh, they're very established laws. Yeah. It's, there are a couple of things that some people don't understand. A lot of people when they write, they have this sense of this is my baby and it's mine. And you know, if anybody says anything bad about it, then you get wounded to your very soul. And if anybody wants to change anything, no you can't because this is what I created. And I got to learn early on that when you do work for hire, you're writing in somebody else's world, it doesn't belong to you at all. Mur (12m 8s): Nothing does. And so it, it gives you a sense of freedom to just let go. So going into it with the knowledge that, yeah, I can say I made that, but I don't own it. And I'm not getting any more money from it. Is, is it was a familiar feeling to me getting writing in somebody else's world has the challenge of already well established boundaries, but it's a fun challenge to figure out where you can go from there. Mur (12m 45s): I had a lot of, of, of ideas on how to add to the solo story. Some of it just being telling a scene, everyone seen on the screen in a different point of view. So the challenge was not just not necessarily in the plotting and the characters, but more in retelling it. So people don't feel like they're reading a script and you know, it's a different medium it's it's film is different than books. Mur (13m 20s): You can tell what people are thinking. You can give a little bit more backstory. You're not confined by a budget or minutes. You're, you're confined by your deadline, of course, but you know, it's so it's, it's, it's fun playing in somebody else's sandbox, as long as you understand the rules and you don't get too attached, Jesper (13m 40s): But is it expected of you that you need to read up on the lore and understand a lot of different things before you even get started writing a novel in the star Wars universe? Mur (13m 51s): Or do you well, Jesper (13m 53s): Do somebody fact check you or how do they do that? Mur (13m 56s): Oh, they definitely fact check. They fact check the hell out of it. I had, I know of at least two fact checkers who were commenting on the manuscript and they're fact checking about tiny things. It was an amazing public Hidalgo knows so much obscure star Wars lore. I don't understand. I think me may not understand like base remember basic things in life, like a short grocery list or something because he knows how many chickens are in the star Wars universe. He literally, I'm not just picking that out of a hat. Mur (14m 27s): I know he knows how many chickens there are. I think there are two, but I can't remember. I just remember somebody told me that somebody asked Pablo that and he knew, so yeah, there are people out there to fact check you, but they're one of the reasons they came to me is because they knew I was a huge star Wars fan. And my agent was in touch with the publisher of the, all the books. And I had done two short stories, one for star Wars, insider magazine, and one for the first volume of, from a certain point of view, which was the telling of the first movie from a lot of different points of view. Mur (15m 10s): I wrote about Gritos murder from the point of view of the band. And so I, they already knew that I was passionate about star Wars and was hoping to get a larger project. So that was, you know, it didn't just drop in my lap. It was, it was maybe over a year in communication and hoping something would happen. Right. Jesper (15m 38s): But in terms of the Lord, and I mean, given that you're already a big, or you were already an hour already, a big star Wars fan, do you then have to read a lot of Hans solo stories in the case of where you have to write a Han solo story or two to understand all the moving parts around that character? Or is it more like, because you are already a fan you can start writing and then they will do the fact checking and correct you for world inconsistencies and so forth. Mur (16m 5s): It's kind of in the middle. I mean, I did do some research, but you know, they just because the extended universe had gotten so huge, they decided to wipe it and call it legends. So none of that stuff was Canon anymore. And so a lot of what people thought of were classic Consolo stories weren't Canon anymore. So when it came to his early stories, all I needed to know was who Han solo was. And I mean that, like, I need to know who his character was, how he acted, you know, that, that cocky smuggler guy. Mur (16m 45s): And I picked up a lot of other star Wars things just to sort of get in the mindset. And I read a lot of star Wars novelizations because I wanted to see what other people had done. So I got a lot of inspiration from Jason. Fry's the last Jedi novelization. Cause he did some really cool stuff with that. And so that was very, very influential for me. But, you know, I knew that if I said something wrong, whether it's the name of a planet or the background of a character who has a name on the script, but we never hear it said out loud in a movie, that kind of thing. Mur (17m 27s): They were there to, to make sure that got fixed, but you know, they expected me to know what I was talking about. I had to do some of the heavy lifting essentially. Jesper (17m 39s): Yeah. Yeah. But when you then have to write your story, did they dictate sort of where they wanted you to go with the story? Or did you have creative to tell the story you wanted to tell? Mur (17m 52s): Well, I had the script that I had to go, you know, it can't deviate from that at all, but I was able to in fact, required to put, put in my own scenes. So the first thing I did was send them a list of scenes that I thought would add to the story. So I wanted to do a prologue, the S the movie begins with Han running away from a deal gone bad. So I wanted to tell a little bit about that deal. And I wanted to put in more about Kiras experience between getting separated from Han and then meeting him again. Mur (18m 33s): And I wanted to put in more about emphasis, and that was the only thing they cut. They just outright said they didn't want was a bit of history on emphasis because they, they didn't want to believe the words they use, where we're not ready to explore the backstory of this character yet, which, you know, made me think that somebody else was already on deck to do it. So, but they gave me a lot of leeway. I put some humor in where, as somebody who's had long hair, several times in her life, I thought that if Chewbacca had been in a mud pit for days or weeks, then one shower on a spaceship was not going to do it. Mur (19m 17s): And if he was with landing, Kalryzian the biggest space dandy. There is nobody would have better product than him. So I wrote a scene where chewy approaches Lando and they try to communicate cause Lando understands a little bit of Wiki, but not a lot. And he, he says, you know, basically, do you have anything to help me get all this mud out? And Lando gives them permission to he just trashes his bathroom. And I had so much fun imagining that scene. Mur (19m 49s): And I really did not think they would let me do it. And they approved the whole thing. So it was, you know, just telling little scenes between the scenes you get in the movie or some scenes I told from different points of view than you would think of, because I told Kira meeting Han at the big fancy party on the space yacht. I told that from her point of view, not Hans. So she got, you know, we got to see her reaction to him and what she thought of him and how she viewed everything in the room happening. Mur (20m 27s): So while I was still telling the scene exactly how it was in the movie, it was a bit different because you kind of see that scene from Han's point of view, whereas in the book it's from QRIS. Jesper (20m 41s): Right. But it almost sounds to me like, and I don't know if I'm right or wrong here, but I'm just thinking in terms of give, being, giving a script and saying, okay, you need to, you need to follow this. And, and I, I, by the sounds of what you're saying, it sounds like it is a fairly detailed script. And then you have to find your own way through that in terms of injecting some of your own creativity here and there, where you can, but would it be fair to say that it's more like if you were not experienced and seasoned writer that then it almost sounds like it would be pretty difficult? Jesper (21m 20s): Would you say? Mur (21m 22s): I think so. It might be because it's I did before I wrote the scene, I just told you about Kira from curious point of view. I was feeling really down because suddenly I thought I've got, I didn't have the script. I was able to take notes on the script. I was flown out to San Francisco, took notes on the script and came home, but they also gave me the middle grade book, which was already done. So I had a novelization already, and I'm like, I've got the movie, I've got the middle grade novel and I've got the script. Mur (21m 57s): How in the world am I going to add anything to this? Because there's already so much. And it was, yeah, I struggled a lot. And I w I was very relieved when I came up with the same scene, different point of view solution. You know, there's always the, you come out of every movie going, man. I wish we'd learned more about X character or Y character. And when I'd read the script, I'm like, yeah. Mur (22m 27s): Some things need to, I think there's some things missing here. I'm not sure if I don't know. I, I would think that seasoned fan fiction writers would probably take to it just fine. So long as they understood that you can't just go anywhere with this, you have to follow some very specific rules, but it is a lot like a approved fanfic, it's, it's writing about beloved characters and a beloved setting, and just pushing a little bit more of your own story into it. Jesper (23m 4s): Yeah. And I think heading into it as well, you probably, I mean, I could imagine some people feeling quite daunted already before you even start to like, okay, all, but all that law and all those details about the world, it can almost feel like a mountain to climb before you even get started. I think some people could feel that at least. Sure. Mur (23m 24s): But there is a mountain of Laura out there, but say the details of the eyelids of the, of course, I can't remember their race now, but the, the, the band playing in the MOS, Eisley, Cantina the details about their eyelids and how they respond to light have nothing to do with solo. So, yes, I know that from my previous story that I wrote, but I'm just saying little details like that were not important. Mur (23m 58s): I didn't need to go out and read all the Darth Vader comics to write solo. I didn't need to play the role playing game. So there, there were, there's a lot out there, but when it comes to specific stories about specific people, it can be, you know, much more of a focused approach. Jesper (24m 24s): Yeah. I can see that. Yeah. But so once you have written a novel like this, does it then become part of the, of the established law and the Canon, or is it treated like it's, it's like just a separate novel and it doesn't, it doesn't become part of the official star Wars universe, or how does that work? Mur (24m 41s): It is Canon. It is, it is. That's why it's so closely fact checked and, and, you know, we did very close edits. It's it's it is cannon. Jesper (24m 53s): Right. Okay. And you mentioned early on that you had been in a year long conversation with those guys in order to get to the stage where you could write this story, but how did this, how did that conversation start in the first, first place? How did you get into even being considered to write the story? Mur (25m 14s): My agent knew the publisher and dropped my name as somebody who was really interested in star Wars. So, you know, next time you need an author for star Wars, consider my client, and that's how the conversation got started. Jesper (25m 29s): Okay. So is it more like, do you think that, you know, it is very much dependent on agents and sort of like that it would be almost impossible unless, you know, somebody there that you could, that other people could get into. I'm thinking about listeners here who might be interested in getting into writing star Wars or something, would that even be possible without an agent and being encompassed right already and so forth? Mur (25m 55s): I really doubt it. They're, they're going to want to, to approach them. It's easier to have an agent and they, they're going to want seasoned writers with a track record that they know won't like, leave the project or screw it up. And I'm not saying an agented writers would do that. I'm just saying that when you have an agent speak for you, that carries more weight with editors. Mur (26m 26s): So for, for the unaided, I don't think it would be very easy. I can't speak for my publishers. So it's just my opinion, but everybody I know who writes for star Wars is agented Jesper (26m 38s): Right. And does it benefit at all for those who just write a lot star Wars fan fiction, and if they do that really well, would that help them? Mur (26m 48s): I honestly, I mean, I really don't know some, some, I mean, I know agents who read fanfic for fun and would like to find clients that way. Sometimes I know editors who read fanfic for fun. So it's not outside the realm of possibility, but you gotta remember that. I hate saying this out loud, but according to copyright law fanfic is illegal. Mur (27m 19s): And a lot of places, you know, is the author doesn't mind. They just turn a blind eye to it and they say, you know, just don't send me anything, have fun, go play in my world. I don't care. Just don't send it to me because that can open legal doors that are very bad. But so I, I don't know on an official level how that would work out. And again, I can't speak for Del Ray, so I'm not going to, if my editor might think otherwise, but I know I I'll, I'll tell you 99% sure that I don't think you could sell your fanfic to the star Wars universe. Mur (27m 58s): I really cause they have very specific ideas of where they want to go with their stories. But, but yeah, I don't know. I don't want to squash anybody's dreams, but I doubt I would have had this chance if I didn't have an agent who was knew the right people to talk to. Jesper (28m 18s): No, I understand. But it's also very interested because there is a lot of fan fiction out there in not only for star Wars, but for different kinds of settings. Right. And it's, it's interesting because at least, at least somebody's like, you know, star Wars, brand ownerships, you know, they certainly have enough money and the power to go after stuff like that, if they wanted to. But it seems like they don't really do that, right? Mur (28m 42s): Oh no, they don't. Until you start making money from it, then they'll come down on you pretty hard. But like I said, there's like a handful of people who frown on that kind of thing. And they're kind of seen as the ogres of the world. So it's, it's a lot of people don't mind, but they can't like there have to be some rules regarding it, you know, don't sell it, et cetera. But yeah, I'm not saying there's not excellent. Mur (29m 12s): Fanfic being written. I know that for debt, for a fact, I've rent a lot myself and I wrote it when I was younger before the word fanfic was still very old right now. I wrote Fred saber Hagan fanfic but it's it's yeah, I it's, I don't know how similar my story is to everybody else's so yeah, Jesper (29m 38s): No, that's fair. That's fair, but okay. I'm thinking maybe to broaden out a bit more here, I mean, we can still focus on star Wars if you feel more comfortable with that, but I'm just thinking in more, a bit more broad terms here. It could also be in relation to some of the white Wolf stuff that you wrote in the past as well or whatever. But I'm just thinking if you are to advise a listener, for example, of this podcast who maybe is, let's say they have a couple of novels under their belt, so they're not completely new to writing, but they, they are still building their writing career and they might be thinking about, would it be better for me? Jesper (30m 18s): And I'm not talking fanfiction now, since we just establish that that's not legal, but, but would it be better for me to just create my own universe if, if I have only written a few novels and then write in that setting or would it be, well, I guess I can't ask you if it would be better to write in somebody else's university, you know, if you contacted somebody or you re made arrangement with somebody who already have an established universe with established readers, but I guess I'm more asking about how do you see the pros and cons on, on each one of those and what kind of things would the listener need to think about if they consider that either? Jesper (30m 59s): Should I write in somebody should step this word? Well, because that can sort of lift my meat up a bit versus should I create my own? Mur (31m 7s): Are you talking about writing fanfic or a license? Jesper (31m 11s): No, I'm more, I'm more thinking like, so for example, autumn and myself, we have an established setting that we are writing novels in. So for example, in theory, if somebody then said, Hey, I would like to write some novel, just like you did for star Wars. Right. I would like to write a story in your setting and I'm not talking fan fiction. I'm more talking like you write, for example, in, for lack of a better example, our setting here, meaning that we be basically sort of become the star Wars part in the story here, meaning that we are the ones editing it. Jesper (31m 49s): We are, the ones may be publishing it or whatever, but they write in, in another setting. It's just like, I guess also when you wrote for white Wolf, I guess they were the publisher, they were the ones publishing and you were more a writer on staff day or whatever you would call it. Mur (32m 5s): Right. I was freelance, but yeah. Yeah, Jesper (32m 7s): Yeah. Okay. Yeah. So that's what I'm thinking. How do you see the pros and cons about riding in somebody else's setting versus creating your own? Mur (32m 16s): Well, I'll be honest with you. I think that if you want for your career to move forward in a traditionally published sphere, you just need, you're going to need to write books that people see. I, when I was starting out, when podcast fiction started to really become a big thing, like in 2006, 2007, a lot of us were writing stories in each other's worlds. I had, I did my superhero novel and had a lot of friends write short stories in the world. Mur (32m 51s): And Scott Sigler also has done the same thing was his stuff. I wrote a novella for him. I don't think that was, it was fun. And I learned a lot, but I don't know how much it actually furthered my career until, you know, I sold my own story to orbit if you want it, like, I don't regret it. I'm definitely thinking if you, if that sounds like fun to you, then do it. Mur (33m 21s): Why not? You're going to learn everything you write you learned from. And so if nothing else, you're going to be perfecting your craft, I would warn you to make sure there's some pretty clear rules about who owns the, the work, because it can't just be a friendly handshake. You should write something down because if they think, Hey, you know what? I really liked this character that I wrote in your world, and I'm going to go sell it. Mur (33m 55s): Does that belong to you? Or does that belong to them? And then if you're not friends anymore, then that can get really ugly. So you'd want to do something to make sure the legalities are all there, but I don't know. It's, it's, it's fun. But if, I don't know if that's how you're going to get a mainstream publisher to notice you, Jesper (34m 22s): No, maybe I'm thinking that if we are, because there's probably a difference between a traditional publisher here versus self publishing, because if we are talking self-publishing, I could actually see that it could be beneficial to, again, I fully agree with what you say about that. You need to have a contract in place with the people who, whose world you're writing so that everything is clear and what can you do and what can you not do going forward and whatnot. So I fully agree with that, but if we assume that is in place, I could see what self publishing that it might actually, in some cases benefit you from writing in somebody else's setting, because you can tap into their readership and if they are publishing it or editing it or whatever, then they will probably promote it for you as well. Jesper (35m 10s): And if they already have 5,000 readers who buy a Kindle books, then that's pretty cool. Mur (35m 18s): If you're, if you're talking like in the self publishing sphere, definitely. I think it's a great idea. You know, I got Scott Sigler's fans interested in me when I wrote the novella in his world. And it's, it's really good to have the cross promotion. I think, great. I have not done a ton of self publishing since I started traditionally publishing traditional publishing. So I can't say what it takes to get a completely new original world in front of people in self publishing. Mur (35m 57s): So I'm really not sure how one would do that. So I can't say whether the, whether playing in somebody else's sandbox or building your own world would do better in self publishing, but you know, why not try both? I mean, it is, like I said, it's fun and it, it sets up your networking for sure. And the people who, you know, you and autumn who publish your friend, who wrote a story in your universe five years later, if you guys are doing another big project, you could think, Hey, you remember that person who wrote that cool thing for us. Mur (36m 43s): I mean, that's, that's networking that doesn't die unless you kill it. So, you know, there's definitely not, I don't, I don't want to downplay the action. I can't tell you if one is better than the other, but I think, I think they're both good ideas, but it's it's, it was a lot of fun to do. And I think it made me a better writer and made me tighten the bonds I've made in podcasting, which helped my career along later. Mur (37m 15s): So the thing is, you never know what's going to help your career never, which is why, you know, be nice to people and hit your deadlines and you'll go far. I know it doesn't sound like it. And it's not something that, you know, you put the camp, you put the coin in the machine and the candy comes out immediately, but it is something that you never know what's going to benefit you. So why not try as much as you can, as long as you can, and then still be nice and hit your deadlines. Jesper (37m 49s): Yeah, I think that's, that's good advice. And as well, if, if there was like one thing that if we say we had a time machine humor and we could travel back in time, and there was only one thing or one message that you could send back to your former self when you were just starting out writing, do you know what, what would that be? Mur (38m 7s): Oh gosh, Jesper (38m 9s): I caught you off guard there. Sorry. Mur (38m 12s): It's the thing is I stopped. I had a real crisis of confidence when I left college. And for some reason thought that that now that I was out of the academic atmosphere, I would never improve on my writing. I didn't think my writing was that great to begin with. So I would never get any better. And I talked myself out of doing it for quite some time. So if I could go back to her, I would say, don't quit because you do get better. Every time you write something new, you get better. Mur (38m 42s): And, but if I went back to myself at the start of podcasting, I think at the start, I was afraid of publishing my own stuff until I saw other people do it because I was afraid it would kill any chances for it to be published. Because once you publish something yourself, you do that does get rid of the first North American print rights or wherever you are print rights. And that was something I was afraid of losing. Mur (39m 12s): But then I found out that some people just didn't care and thought it was more important to build an audience. And some publishers, if your book got enough attention, wouldn't care and still buy the rights. So, you know, I was careful at the beginning and I don't think I sh I mean, I was, I was pretty pioneering and trying lots of different stuff, but I think I could have tried more if I had not been so afraid to put my own fiction out there. So I would've said don't, don't worry about it. I mean, right now really good fiction podcasts are getting more attention to than some books on the shelf at the bookstore. Mur (39m 48s): So definitely don't be afraid of that. Jesper (39m 53s): No, I think that those are both good advice. It's basically, it's like, don't be afraid. Keep going and don't give up. Right. I think that's, that's some of the best advice we can give to, to, to new listeners or those just starting out. Mur (40m 8s): Yeah. And it sounds so simple and people would go, of course, but no, I suffered my career suffered. Of course it did from quitting. I hadn't been so worried about never improving and actually written in my twenties. You know, I might be farther along in my career right now. Jesper (40m 27s): Yeah. And I, sorry, go ahead. No, I was just speculating while you set that, because it made me think as well that I think one of the things about this writing stuff is that we are doing it, especially when we're starting out, we're doing it so much in isolation. So it is for one, because you are in isolation, it is easy to give up because there's not a manager standing there telling you to get to work or whatever. And the other thing is that you have no idea if you're good at it or bad at it because you have nothing to compare against. Jesper (40m 59s): Yeah. So yeah, giving up, it's just very easy. And I think those who makes it a lot of the time is just the one who, the ones who kept going Mur (41m 8s): Exactly. And, you know, there's a, there's a phrase that you can either take ferry is very, very negative or actually quite positive. And that is nobody cares what you're doing. And you can think to me that, that, that nobody ever is going to read my stuff and nobody cares, but also you can be like, so I can go stand in the corner and dance naked with a chicken on my head and no one's going to care. So why not just do the writing equivalent of standing naked in the corner with the chicken on your head and dancing and see where that gets you because nobody cares. Mur (41m 41s): So you can do the weirdest stuff, the worst stuff, and nobody cares. And then once you start getting attention, then maybe you can make more careful decisions. But at the beginning of your career, you could do anything it's always liberating. Yeah. Yeah. I think that's actually a perfect note to end on because it's, it's a very positive one. Like I've been really negative this whole time. I'm so sorry. I don't want to be honest, but you know, no, I think it's important to be honest about things at the same time. Mur (42m 16s): It is also a matter of, as we just concluded here about keeping, keeping, going and not giving up. But at the same time, you shouldn't go into it with your eyes closed. You need to open your eyes and understand what you're dealing with here. And listening to podcasts like this one or others where you're, you're getting the truth of things that will help you in the longterm. But, and I don't think you've been negative at Alma. I think it's been good. Thank you. Mur (42m 46s): So is there any place where you would like people to go to check you out on the internet or wherever if they want to learn more about you and what you do more? Yeah. You can find all my stuff at dot com. That's one R M U R V E R S E. And that's where you can find links to my books, links to my podcasts and a press kit and all that. And my blog, which really is just my list of podcast episodes. Cause I don't blog much anymore, but that's where you can find me. And when the world's not on fire, I'm on Twitter more often and that's twitter.com/mighty Mer. Mur (43m 22s): Excellent. So thank you so much for joining us today. More certainly. It was a pleasure. Thank you. So next Monday, autumn, we'll be back and we are going to discuss how some people seem to have a bit of an attitude to what the fantasy Shunra. Narrator (43m 41s): If you like, what you just heard, there's a few things you can do to support the am writing fantasy podcast. Please tell a fellow author about the show and visit us at Apple podcast and leave a rating and review. You can also join autumn and Yesper on patrion.com/and writing fantasy for as little as a dollar a month, you'll get awesome rewards and keep the M writing fantasy podcast going, stay safe out there and see you next Monday.

Pod of Thunder
364 - Bob Kulick & David Glen Eisley - Sweet Victory

Pod of Thunder

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2020 90:55


Pod of Thunder - 364 - Bob Kulick & David Glen Eisley - Sweet Victory: Chris, Nick, and Andy pay tribute to Bob Kulick and analyze "Sweet Victory" made famous in a 2001 episode of Spongebob Squarepants.

Rememorex: Not A Test
EPILOGUE: Last Day Of School, Pt. 2

Rememorex: Not A Test

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2020 86:34


The gang continue their last day of school adventures, and Eisley gets visitors from out-of-town.   Follow Not A Test @Rememorex on Twitter   Cast List: GM - Sean Jaffe (@Reverendmother) Donna Maitland - Gia Grillo (@GiaGorilla) Maddie Ferguson - Casey Edison (@childofginevra) Eisley O'Keefe - Harold Delaney (@Hyroku19) Rader Hanson - Joey Pedras (@Joeypedras) Lyle - Ralph Attanasia (@CakeBossRalph)   For more from Nerdy City and Rememorex: https://nerdycity.com/

Juergen' It
S6E5 – The India Eisley Memorial Museum

Juergen' It

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2020


On this very regular Juergen’ It, we read chapters 15-17 of Together Forever. Sam is very well rested, and is keeping it together just fine. Also, Anne doesn’t look wondered in this one. If you can spot the lies in this episode description, congratulations! You’re ready to listen to this classic episode. This week, I […]

Juergen' It
S6E5 – The India Eisley Memorial Museum

Juergen' It

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2020 75:05


On this very regular Juergen’ It, we read chapters 15-17 of Together Forever. Sam is very well rested, and is keeping it together just fine. Also, Anne doesn’t look wondered in this one. If you can spot the lies in this episode description, congratulations! You’re ready to listen to this classic episode. This week, I forgot to mention it but the Wattpad description says that the character of Mrs. Miller is played by Julianne Moore. Cool!Sam | JordanTwitter | Tumblr | Patreon | Discord | YouTube

Two Track Mind
EP.14 - Honourable Mentions For Our Top Debut Albums of the 2000's

Two Track Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2020 98:18


We revisit our favourite debut albums of the 2000's for this episode of The ‘Stay At Home' Sessions, with a deep dive into our honourable mentions from the original show, plus a surprising amount of new music to catch up on and even more live streams! Bands and artists who come up in conversation on this episode: Kid Cudi, Incubus, The Used, Enter Shikari, The 1975, The Aquabats!, The Darkness, Reel Big Fish, Infant Sorrow, Punchline, Ben Gibbard, Death Cab For Cutie, Charli XCX, All We Are, Hayley Williams, Zero 7, Gorillaz, Peter Hook, Foo Fighters, Peter Bjorn and John, All Saints, Sting, Shaggy, Gary Barlow, Robbie Williams, Becky Hill, Cliff Richard, James Bay, Niall Horan, Goldfinger, Mike Herrera, Jimmy Eat World, Best Coast, Barenaked Ladies, CHVRCHES, Billie Joe Armstrong, Green Day, The Bangles, Frank Turner, Sophie Ellis Bextor, The Feeling, Reef, The Rolling Stones, The Sounds, Basement, Motion City Soundtrack, Maximo Park, Hundred Reasons, The Starting Line, New Found Glory, Allister. Midtown, Home Grown, RX Bandits, Finch, Person L, Fall Out Boy, The Ghost Of A Thousand, Gallows, Cancer Bats, Poison The Well, Anti Flag, Four Year Strong, Alexisonfire, Yards, Kids In Glass Houses, Ashlee Simpson, Coldplay, Snow Patrol, U2, Head Automatica, Glassjaw, Cobra Starship, Tim Armstrong, Eisley, Glasvegas, Jane's Addiction, Gossip, Crystal Castles, My Chemical Romance, Muse, The XX, Grammatics, A Day To Remember, Bloc Party, Rolo Tomassi, Black Hole, Pulled Apart By Horses, Bombay Bicycle Club. Connect with us: Instagram @twotrackmindpod / @runwithed / @liamtoms Twitter @twotrackmindpod / @runwithed / @liamtoms

The Jeremiah Show
SN7 | Ep279 - Peter Asher | Skunk Baxter | Richard Gibbs Interviewed by Mike Gormley

The Jeremiah Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2020 49:10


The Music Industry Evolves - With Rock & Roll Legends Peter Asher, Skunk Baxter & Richard Gibbs interviewed by Mike Gormley The State of the Music Industry Peter Baxter - Peter Asher is a British guitarist, singer, manager and record producer. He came to prominence in the 1960s as a member of the pop music vocal duo Peter and Gordon before going on to a successful career as a manager and record producer. He was responsible for signing James Taylor with Apple Records and managing Linda Rondstadt. In 2019, Asher published a book The Beatles from A to Zed about his personal reminiscences about the band. Skunk Baxter -Jeffrey Allen "Skunk" Baxter is an American guitarist, known for his stints in the rock bands Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers during the 1970s and Spirit in the 1980s. He was recently inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with The Doobie Brothers. Richard Gibbs -Richard Gibbs, the owner of Woodshed Recording, is a renowned film and television composer, record producer, and musical innovator The 60+ feature films he has scored have cumulatively grossed well over 1 billion dollars in global box office while benefiting from his freethinking compositions. His heart- crushing, epic score for Queen of the Damned, written and produced in collaboration with Korn lead singer Jonathan Davis, combined a non-traditional 105 piece symphonic orchestra with head-banging guitars and platinum awarded songs of otherworldly vampiric beauty. Richard's reinvention of the musical sounds of space helped propel the re- imagined Battlestar Galactica series to huge commercial and critical success. He set the sound for the Simpsons, scoring the first season of that groundbreaking series. As a session keyboardist Richard has recorded with Robert Palmer, Tom Waits, Melissa Etheridge and War, amongst hundreds of others. He performed live with Korn, Chaka Khan, Tom Jones and was the keyboardist for the seminal L.A. band, Oingo Boingo. Other film and television scoring highlights on his lengthy resume include Dr. Dolittle, Step Into Liquid, The Tracy Ullman Show, 10 Things I Hate About You and Say Anything. Richard's beyond state-of-the art recording studio, Woodshed Recording, overlooking the Pacific in Malibu, has rewritten the rules for studio construction. This incredibly beautiful creative environment has attracted the likes of Sting, Coldplay, Pink, Kanye West, U2 and Barbra Streisand. Richard still finds time to produce records for artists such as Korn, Richard Page, and Eisley. If that wasn't enough, he can also be found roiling the waters as an activist for intellectual property rights, with appearances on the Al Jazeera network, in the pages of the Christian Science Monitor, and on various panels across the country. Richard is a lifelong surfer, a husband of one, and father of three. Richard is the founder of Armory of Harmony, a radical non-profit that is alchemizing gunmetal from decommissioned guns into musical instruments and donating them to schools in need across the country. www.armoryofharmony.com www.richardgibbs.com

Everyday Excellence
Episode 7 - Who are you? Interview With Chip Eisley

Everyday Excellence

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2020 61:35


You're going to love this interview with my good friend Chip Eisley. Chip is a speaker, life coach and couples coach, business owner and all around awesome guy. We start with one simple question: Who is Chip? His answer is profound. Listen to how he answers that question and the process he went through to discover who Chip is. You're going to find some great ideas and hints to uncovering more of who you really are. It all starts from there. To receive the PDF document that Chip offered at the end of the episode go here. (NOTE: at the time of publishing, technical difficulties are preventing us from posting the link here, so stay tuned, or email me at jode@jodeallen.com and I'll make sure you receive a copy as soon as it's available). You can reach Chip through his page at LiveFullLifeCoach.com. Chip also runs a support group for men called the Battalion of brothers. You can get more information on the Facebook Page at BattalionOfBrothers.com. You can also find support for couples at his Couples Kingdom page. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jode-allen2/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jode-allen2/support

Cultra Trail Running
60: Dickin' Around with Carly Eisley

Cultra Trail Running

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2020 155:05


It’s that time of the week again- I swear this is a very special episode. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry and you’ll do everything in between. We have the lovely Carly Eisley in studio this week to talk about adventures, racing (she's a 10+ year vet in this sport, people) and life and how all three merge and the beauty and wonder of it all. Ups, downs and dickin' around. Rhode Island receives a minimum mention but is really #1 in our hearts. Definitely won't want to miss this one. Fred says a few words about THE ultrarunner Ted Corbitt, Becky tries to do a sewing project (allegedly) and Art keeps things rolling. Jimmy yelled into the microphone again. Did we talk about shoes? I don't remember but probably yeah. We’re on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/44etXyR0WbJtmKRKrP7V6M We’re on iTunes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cultra-trail-running/id1446356779 Please support Cultra Trail Running Podcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CultraTrailRunning Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/CULTRA Twitter: https://twitter.com/blueblazerunner Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cultratrailrunning/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CultraTrailRunning/ Call the Karaoke Line at 203-DOG GENT   Intro Guitar by Nick, Vocals Jack Byram, and beats Jack Sevigny beatstars.com/sev_beats

Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon
David Glen Eisley and Bob Kulick returns (December 2019)

Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2019 38:43


ROCK TALK WITH MITCH LAFON presents singer, David Glen Eisley with guest appearance from Bob Kulick (recorded December 2019).  During our conversation, David discusses Sweet Victory (The SpongeBob SquarePants song), his career (including his time with Giuffria), his new album Tattered Torn And Worn, the unreleased Giuffria III album, opening for Foreigner & Deep Purple, Irving Azoff, wanting to be a professional baseball player and more. Also, Bob Kulick discusses his new work with Graham Bonnet.   Get your MITCH MERCH here: https://loudtrax.com/Mitch  Support the show.

Rememorex: Not A Test
EPISODE TWENTY: Be Kind Rewind

Rememorex: Not A Test

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2019 88:33


In this episode, Rader and Eisley have a unique experience at Roy Rodgers, and meet a new friend. Maddie and Donna get ready for a Halloween party. We are also introducing a new character, and player to the show! Lyle Frankenstein played by Ralph Attanasia!   For more from Nerdy City and Rememorex: https://nerdycity.com/

Force Insensitive - A Star Wars Podcast
Episode Five: Filoni's Nostalgia Buffet

Force Insensitive - A Star Wars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2019 103:41


Mos freakin’ Eisley?! Dave Filoni delivers the goods as we journey to Tatooine and get a seven course meal full of nostalgia! We have an in depth spoiler filled discussion about The Mandalorian Chapter Five: The Gunslinger. It comes complete with audio clips, the craziest most bizarre drop in by a host yet, and somewhere in there, we have some semblance of an interesting conversation. Turn up your headphones, dial back your sensibilities, and join the wretched hive of scum and villainy as we take the low road to resistance on Episode Four of Force Insensitive!Send Email/Voicemail: mailto:forceinsensitive@gmail.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ForceInsensitive/Twitter: http://twitter.com/ForceNSensitiveFacebook: http://facebook.com/ForceInsensitiveInstagram: http://instagram.com/ForceInsensitive

Rememorex: Not A Test
EPISODE NINETEEN: Drop Zone, Part 2

Rememorex: Not A Test

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2019 44:24


Rader, Maddie, Donna, and Eisley deal with the aftermath of their terrifying night out.

Get Growing
Poinsettas. Microgreens. Bats. Harvest Festival at Cal Expo.

Get Growing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2019 83:00


Bill Eisley of Eisley's Nursery discusses poinsettas. Master Gardener Gail Pothour on growing microgreens. UC Farm Advisor Rachael Long on the benefits of bats. Harvest Festival at Cal Expo. Garden Grappler.

Get Growing
Poinsettas. Microgreens. Bats. Harvest Festival at Cal Expo.

Get Growing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2019


Bill Eisley of Eisley's Nursery discusses poinsettas. Master Gardener Gail Pothour on growing microgreens. UC Farm Advisor Rachael Long on the benefits of bats. Harvest Festival at Cal Expo. Garden Grappler.

It's All Dead - Music Podcast
The Best of Eisley

It's All Dead - Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2019 48:49


Over the past decade and a half, Tyler, Texas, band Eisley have made a habit of releasing delightful, poignant, purposeful indie pop. On this episode of It's All Dead, Kiel Hauck and Nadia Paiva break down the band's discography, ranking all five full-length albums and sharing their top 10 songs. They also discuss the band's wild ride from their early major label breakthrough to their return to their indie roots. Listen in!

Style Matters
How & Why to Use Vintage in any Style

Style Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2019 26:33


This week I'm talking with Paige Hull of The Vintage Round Top, a beautiful retreat space in the heart of antiquer's heaven in Round Top, TX.  Pagie and her husband Smoot have put a lot of love and soul into it, starting with a gut renovation of the first house, "No. 1450," and then adding another they call "Boho," and most recently two small cottages named after their children, The Pierce and The Eisley.   This magical place is where you can join me on the next Little Yellow Couch style retreat so be sure to check that out on the website, but today, I really wanted to give Paige the floor to share why and how she designs her homes with antiques.  If you're a true vintage lover, this episode will naturally resonate with you.  But if you skew more modern, I'm particularly excited for you to hear what Paige has to say.  Because I think she and Smoot have really nailed it when it comes to incorporating a few chipped and scarred pieces in the most clean-lined, minimalist of spaces.  Proving antiques really are for everyone.  

Rememorex: Not A Test
EPISODE TEN: The Box

Rememorex: Not A Test

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2019 55:44


Lauren gossips at the track meet. Rader and Eisley head to the toy store. Maddie and Donna receive a strange package.   Twitter: https://twitter.com/rememorex

Monster Attack
The Navy vs The Night Monsters| Monster Attack Ep.171

Monster Attack

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2019 38:16


Jim examines a low-budget monster movie that has gained a large cult following the last several years with 1966's "The Navy vs The Night Monsters," starring Mamie Van Doren, Anthony Eisley, Billy Gray, Walter Sande, Edward Faulkner and Bobby Van. Foliage samples from "Operation Deep Freeze" in Antarctica create havoc on an isolated island serving as a military research station. It's Man against Nature on this week's episode of "Monster Attack!"  

Conversations with Cougars
Conversations with Cougars, Episode 17 with Eisley

Conversations with Cougars

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2019 1:01


Tune in as Eisley shares about her dog, Rosie!

Pioneers Podcast
Episode 15: Genius Requires Pain with Producer Aaron Sprinkle

Pioneers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2019 39:10


Aaron Sprinkle is one of the most talented, prolific producers in rock music over the last two decades plus, having worked with Eisley, New found Glory, Demon Hunter, Abberlin, MxPx, Acceptance, and The Almost, among many others.  In this episode, Aaron discusses the inception of his creative journey and how he built his production career, […] The post Episode 15: Genius Requires Pain with Producer Aaron Sprinkle first appeared on Andrew Schwab.

Rememorex: Not A Test
EPISODE FOUR: The Silence and The Thin Man

Rememorex: Not A Test

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2019 126:50


Rader and Eisley head to the video store. Donna, Lauren and Maddie talk to Peter. Mr. Hanson asks the gang build a mailbox, and everyone sits down to watch a very strange tape.

Rememorex: Not A Test
EPISODE THREE: Seeking Knowledge

Rememorex: Not A Test

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2019 80:50


The girls head to the mall in search for books on witches, exorcisms (sharks?) and find much more. Eisley makes a friend, and the all-day Smurfs marathon is suddenly interrupted.

Get Published Podcast
David Eisley - Getting Your Book Into Libraries

Get Published Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2018 22:34


In episode 79 of the Get Published Podcast, Host and 13-Time Bestselling Author Paul G. Brodie interviews David Eisley about his author journey and getting your book into libraries.

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
Look Away Q&A - India Eisley - Jason Isaacs - Assaf Bernstein

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2018


Host Jeff Goldsmith interviews actors India Eisley and Jason Isaacs plus writer-director Assaf Bernstein about Look Away. Download my podcast hereCopyright © Unlikely Films, Inc. 2018. All rights reserved.

Collider Conversations
India Eisley & Jason Isaacs Interview - 1 on 1 with Kristian Harloff

Collider Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2018 37:08


In this clip from Collider Live, Kristian sits down with India Eisley and Jason Isaacs from the film 'Look Away', which comes out in theaters and on-demand October 12th.

Spoilers Ahead
10 - Synchronize the Audio/Visual

Spoilers Ahead

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2018 40:11


Before they recorded, Heidi quoted The Lord of the Rings, and some of that gold makes it in the intro. In the actual, recorded episode, the girls talk about The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013), and The Valley by Eisley. Then, for a minute, they get meta and the recommendations go into left field. Rory’s Recommendation of the Week: Rex Orange County, especially Corduroy Dreams and Television/So Far, So GoodHeidi’s Recommendation of the Week:Unfinished paintings, specifically The Poor Actress’s Christmas Dinner and Artist’s Daughters with a Cat. Follow us on social media!Twitter: @hi_dturner and @rrydlny808 (#SpoilersAheadPod)Instagram: @hi_dturner and @roryaeroIf you're enjoying this podcast, leave us a review or join the Patreon at www.patreon.com/hidturner

Smash Fiction
Collaboratory 5 - A Wolf in Cheap Clothing

Smash Fiction

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2018 58:54


Return to the lab with us this week as Claire, Dan, Kit, and Meganbob attempt to build a coherent story out of random characters and plot elements! Things get wild quickly as the core cast includes a woman who's a wolf, a man who's an owl, and a cat who's a people. Mix in story elements from Star Wars, Image Comics, Oscar Wilde, and obscure Australian westerns, and you end up with a tale of adventure, deception, intrigue, and... contact juggling? Seriously, this one is really weird.

The Jeremiah Show
SN. 4/ EP. 172 - RADIO VERSION - Richard Gibbs - Musician & Founder of Armory of Harmony

The Jeremiah Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2018 46:00


Richard Gibbs, the owner of Woodshed Recording, is a renowned film and television composer, record producer, and musical innovator The 60+ feature films he has scored have cumulatively grossed well over 1 billion dollars in global box office while benefiting from his freethinking compositions. His heart- crushing, epic score for Queen of the Damned, written and produced in collaboration with Korn lead singer Jonathan Davis, combined a non-traditional 105 piece symphonic orchestra with head-banging guitars and platinum awarded songs of otherworldly vampiric beauty. Richard's reinvention of the musical sounds of space helped propel the re- imagined Battlestar Galactica series to huge commercial and critical success. He set the sound for the Simpsons, scoring the first season of that groundbreaking series. As a session keyboardist Richard has recorded with Robert Palmer, Tom Waits, Melissa Etheridge and War, amongst hundreds of others. He performed live with Korn, Chaka Khan, Tom Jones and was the keyboardist for the seminal L.A. band, Oingo Boingo. Other film and television scoring highlights on his lengthy resume include Dr. Dolittle, Step Into Liquid, The Tracy Ullman Show, 10 Things I Hate About You and Say Anything. Richard's beyond state of the art recording studio, Woodshed Recording, overlooking the Pacific in Malibu, has rewritten the rules for studio construction. This incredibly beautiful creative environment has attracted the likes of Sting, Coldplay, Pink, Kanye West, U2 and Barbra Streisand. Richard still finds time to produce records for artists such as Korn, Richard Page, and Eisley. If that wasn't enough, he can also be found roiling the waters as an activist for intellectual property rights, with appearances on the Al Jazeera network, in the pages of the Christian Science Monitor, and on various panels across the country. Richard is a lifelong surfer, a husband of one, and father of three. Richard is the founder of Armory of Harmony, a radical non-profit that is alchemizing gunmetal from decommissioned guns into musical instruments and donating them to schools in need across the country. www.armoryofharmony.com www.richardgibbs.com

The Jeremiah Show
SN. 4 / EP. 172 - PODCAST - Richard Gibbs - Composer | Founder of Armory of Harmony

The Jeremiah Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2018 53:07


EXTENDED PODCAST VERSION - Richard Gibbs, the owner of Woodshed Recording, is a renowned film and television composer, record producer, and musical innovator The 60+ feature films he has scored have cumulatively grossed well over 1 billion dollars in global box office while benefiting from his freethinking compositions. His heart- crushing, epic score for Queen of the Damned, written and produced in collaboration with Korn lead singer Jonathan Davis, combined a non-traditional 105 piece symphonic orchestra with head-banging guitars and platinum awarded songs of otherworldly vampiric beauty. Richard's reinvention of the musical sounds of space helped propel the re- imagined Battlestar Galactica series to huge commercial and critical success. He set the sound for the Simpsons, scoring the first season of that groundbreaking series. As a session keyboardist Richard has recorded with Robert Palmer, Tom Waits, Melissa Etheridge and War, amongst hundreds of others. He performed live with Korn, Chaka Khan, Tom Jones and was the keyboardist for the seminal L.A. band, Oingo Boingo. Other film and television scoring highlights on his lengthy resume include Dr. Dolittle, Step Into Liquid, The Tracy Ullman Show, 10 Things I Hate About You and Say Anything. Richard's beyond state of the art recording studio, Woodshed Recording, overlooking the Pacific in Malibu, has rewritten the rules for studio construction. This incredibly beautiful creative environment has attracted the likes of Sting, Coldplay, Pink, Kanye West, U2 and Barbra Streisand. Richard still finds time to produce records for artists such as Korn, Richard Page, and Eisley. If that wasn't enough, he can also be found roiling the waters as an activist for intellectual property rights, with appearances on the Al Jazeera network, in the pages of the Christian Science Monitor, and on various panels across the country. Richard is a lifelong surfer, a husband of one, and father of three. Richard is the founder of Armory of Harmony, a radical non-profit that is alchemizing gunmetal from decommissioned guns into musical instruments and donating them to schools in need across the country. https://www.armoryofharmony.com www.richardgibbs.com

Monster Attack
The Wasp Woman | Monster Attack Ep. 128

Monster Attack

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2018 44:11


It's an alliterative favorite from Jim's past as he reminisces on Roger Corman's 1959 cult classic, "The Wasp Woman," starring Susan Cabot, Barboura Morris, Anthony Eisley and Michael Mark. The owner of a large cosmetics firm tries to find the fountain of youth with an experimental enzyme resulting in horrific results. It's all ahead on this episode of "Monster Attack!"  

Mommy's Juice Box Podcast
36. Summa Summa Summa Time

Mommy's Juice Box Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2018 47:00


The momma's are back in the building!!! We hope you all enjoyed your time with the Dads on the last episode! Melisa and Mal needed some friend time so they decided to get behind the mic for a short and sweet episode. That's right, this episode is under an hour. WHAT?!? It's also SUPER sweet because Adalind and Eisley are in the room with the mommas while they record. Listen, like, review, share, and most importantly enjoy!!

Star Wars: TIES
Episode 14 - Mos Eisley Drive-In: "Spark of Rebellion," p.1

Star Wars: TIES

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2018 79:16


In this exciting episode of Star Wars: TIES, Rob (Vader) and Jameson (Jay-2S0) catch up on Star Wars recents and plans for some upcoming Star Wars events. In addition, they enter the Mos Eisley Drive-In and watch the first half of the Star Wars: Rebels starter movie, “Spark of Rebellion.” This Mos Eisley Drive-In and bantha banter is all shared over an espresso flavored glass of blue milk with a double shot of caffeine! Information about RunDisney and the Star Wars races can be found here: https://www.rundisney.com/star-wars-rival-run-weekend/ If you are interested in Star Wars Night at your local Major League Baseball Ballpark check out the links below for starters: http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/tickets/starwars.jsp https://calltothepen.com/2017/12/16/mlb-embraces-star-wars-last-jedi/ You can also check out the promotions for each team independently. The Rogue One backstory novel that Rob mentions, Guardian of the Whills, can be found here: https://www.amazon.com/Star-Wars-Guardians-Whills-Rogue/dp/1484780817/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1524790790&sr=1-1&keywords=Guardian+of+the+whills The novel, “Tarkin” by James Luceno can be found here: https://www.amazon.com/Star-Wars-Tarkin-James-Luceno/dp/0553392905/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1524791035&sr=1-1&keywords=Tarkin However, I recommended the following book, “The Rise of the Empire” which includes “Tarkin,” plus “A New Dawn” and three short stories that help connect many characters in both novels. Check out “The Rise of the Empire” here: https://www.amazon.com/Rise-Empire-Featuring-all-new-stories-ebook/dp/B00X2FDZZC/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1524791035&sr=1-2&keywords=Tarkin Check out the podcast shows (especially Star Wars: Oxygen) done by Rebel Force Radio here: http://www.rebelforceradio.com/ Be sure to join our Facebook group page at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/StarWarsTIES/ Have any feedback for us? We'd be honored to receive your email at: starwarstiespodcast@gmail.com! Special thanks to Laurent Bernadac & 3Dvarius for allowing us to use their amazing cover for our intro and outro music entitled, "Star Wars Cover - Star Wars Main Theme & The Imperial March." Be sure to check out their amazing cover at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icxWE2anT80&feature=youtu.be and their main website at: https://www.laurentbernadac.com/. Another special thanks goes our friend and fellow Retro Junkie, William Culver, for our Star Wars: TIES logo for our Facebook group page. If you're an arcade enthusiast, be sure to check out his main page at: https://www.facebook.com/ArcadeUsa/. And yet another thank you goes out to Beejay Hawn for drawing our podcast logo. For more artwork from out of this world, check out her art and commission page at: https://www.facebook.com/OodlesofDoodlesbyBeeJay/?fref=ts The Walt Disney Co. and Lucasfilm LTD. own all rights to Star Wars and the Star Wars franchise. Thank you to both companies for providing material for us to be fans of and share about on this podcast. May the Force be with you, always.

Drunken Lullabies: Drunk At The Movies
EP109 "Farewell to 2017"

Drunken Lullabies: Drunk At The Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2017 123:31


Drunken Lullabies EP109 "Farewell to 2017" iTUNES * FACEBOOK * TWITTER * INSTAGRAM Drunkenlullabiespodcast@yahoo.com Band/Label/Artist/Beer Twitter Handles: @DESTIHLbrewery, @KeepFlyingBand, @DGDtheband, @BrotherAli, @floggingmolly, @MilesNielsen, @LessThanJake, @luckyboysmusic, @minusthebear, @Eisley, @LightsOB, @Stavesacreband, @theafghanwhigs, @martycasey, @kevinmax The Voice is at home in Drunken Lullabies Studios for a special look back on the year. We go through the episodes and share some more songs from some 2017 Bands of the Week. We also have an interview with Keep Flying from their recent stop in Bloomington. Happy New Year, and Cheers to a great 2018! Subscribe, Rate, and Review the show on Apple Podcasts, and send an email to be a part of Drunkamaniac Mail.

Drunken Lullabies: Drunk At The Movies
EP106 "Pour the Experience"

Drunken Lullabies: Drunk At The Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2017 83:48


Drunken Lullabies EP 106 "Pour the Experience" iTUNES * FACEBOOK * TWITTER * INSTAGRAM Drunkenlullabiespodcast@yahoo.com Band/Label/Artist/Beer Twitter Handles: @DESTIHLbrewery, @stonebrewingco, @AnchorBrewing, @TriptychBrewing, @marzbrewing, @sethwalkermusic, @Eisley, @danhubbardmusic The Voice is in Peoria Heights at one of his favorite places to enjoy craft beer, Pour Bros Craft Taproom. Dustin, along with Nathan, David, & Wyatt  try a couple beers from the tap wall from Stone and Anchor, plus a couple from Triptych and Marz, followed by a Destihl Sponsor Spotlight. We enjoy some Christmas music from past Bands of the Week, Seth Walker, Eisley, & Dan Hubbard. Subscribe, Rate, and Review the show on Apple Podcasts, and send an email to be a part of Drunkamaniac Mail.