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Dan Smith speakers with renowned public speaker and trainer Michael Port, CEO and Co-Founder of Heroic Public Speaking. Michael explains how almost any motivated author can become a popular popular public speaker to earn good money and sell books. Michael Port has written nine books, including The Referable Speaker, Book Yourself Solid and Steal the Show, the latter which—according to the former President of Starbucks—“might be the most unique and practical book ever written on the topic of public speaking.”He's been called an “uncommonly honest author” by the Boston Globe, a “marketing guru” by The Wall Street Journal, a “sales guru” by the Financial Times, “a public speaking phenom” by Jonathan Fields and “the best public speaking coach in the world” by Lewis Howes. The founder of MastermindTalks, Jayson Gaignard, declared, “Michael Port is the best speaker I've ever seen.”His books have been on the bestseller lists of the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Publisher's Weekly and have been selected by Amazon and 800-CEO-READ as “best books of the year.”He was once a professional actor, having received his MFA from NYU's Graduate Acting Program, guest starring on shows like Sex & The City and Law & Order,and in films like The Pelican Brief and Down to Earth. These days, Michael can be seen on MSNBC, CNBC, and PBS as an on air expert in communication and business development and as the host of the most popular podcast on public speaking and performance, Steal the Show with Michael Port.
Eric Boehlert, Publisher of Pressrun.media, is back for another round of cutting through the media's willful ignorance in covering our government. Today he's cracking into their coverage of last Wednesday's loss in the fight for voting rights and how Republicans manage to escape without any blame for attempting to topple democracy. He's also analyzing the Supreme Court's recent moves and how they directly relate to Republican policy (and what can be gleaned from that). Executive Producer: Adell Coleman Producer: Brittany Temple Distributor: DCP Entertainment For additional content: makeitplain.com
What does it take to become the elite editor in comics? It's a mix of relationship, vision, and execution. It's always said that you have to be nice, good, and fast to work in comics, Mike expands on that fact and jumps into what it takes to make it in comics. Mike is the premier Comic Coach in all of comics. Find out how he does it all, and still has time to run one of the most up and coming comic book companies: Aftershock Comics. If you're not reading anything by them yet, you will be soon.
How can you take back your rights when publishing conditions change? How can you make sure you sign contracts that make it easier for rights reversion in the future? Katlyn Duncan talks about these things and more. In the intro, the splits in indie publishing [Kris Writes]; Burnout and Writer's Block [6 Figure Authors]; Publisher […] The post Take Back Your Book: An Author's Guide to Rights Reversion and Publishing on Your Terms With Katlyn Duncan first appeared on The Creative Penn.
This week marks one year since President Joe Biden's inauguration and the President gave himself a good review despite the challenging year, though many Americans disagree, sinking his approval rating to an all-time low. Co-Founder and Publisher of RealClearPolitics Tom Bevan breaks down the polling numbers and helps explain what they tell us about how Americans feel about the job they hired President Biden to do. Tensions rise between the United States and Russia, with fears of a possible invasion running high. U.S. Secretary Of State Antony Blinken and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov met this week in Geneva, with no real progress made. President and Founder of Eurasia Group Ian Bremmer weighs in on what he thinks the future of the relationship looks like.
On this edition of Parallax Views, Katrina vanden Heuvel, Editorial Director and Publisher of The Nation, joins Parallax Views in the first half of the show to discuss the Ukraine-Russia crisis, the U.S., and NATO. Then, in the second half of the show Ret. Maj. Gen. Dennis Laich, author of Skin in the Game: Poor Kids and Patriots, joins the show to discuss the Military Times op-ed he co-wrote with Ret. Col. Lawrence Wilkerson on vaccination insubordination in the all-voluntary military force and its implications. And finally, libertarian economist David R. Henderson offers an argument for why the U.S. doesn't need to fight wars for oil and gives his perspective on the cause of high gas prices. Opinion: What a sensible Ukraine policy would look like - Katrina vanden Heuvel - The Washington Post - Jan 4, 2022 Opinion: Stop the stumble toward war with Russia - Katrina vanden Heuvel - The Washington Post - Jan 18, 2022 Toward a Global Realignment - Zbigniew Brzezinski - The National Interest - April 17, 2016 The Broken Chessboard: Brzezinski Gives Up on Empire - Mike Whitney - Counterpunch - Aug, 25, 2016 A Year After 1/6, Ukraine's War Draws U.S. Far-Right to Fight Russia, Train for Violence at Home - Tom O'Connor and Naveed Jamali - Newsweek - Jan 5, 2022 CIA-trained Ukrainian paramilitaries may take central role if Russia invades - Zach Dorfman - Yahoo! News - Jan 13, 2022 American Commitee for U.S.-Russia Accord U.S.-Russia Relations: Can ‘Strategic Empathy' Be A Way Forward? - Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft Panel Discussion Insurrection has led to dereliction of duty - Ret. Gen Maj. Dennis Laich and Ret. Col. Lawrence Wilkerson - Military Times - Jan 7, 2022 Do We Need to Go to War for Oil? - David R. Henderson - Independent Institute Policy Paper
Die Spielewelt wird erneut von einem unglaublichen Einkauf erschüttert: Microsoft verleibt sich den Spiele-Riesen Activision ein! Da gibt es natürlich großen Diskussionsbedarf, der sich bei Jan, Marco und Lucas aufgestaut hat. Was ist mit Call of Duty? Was passiert mit Bobby Kotick? Wie reagiert Sony? Aber die drei Sprechen auch über die Spiele, die sie […]
Meat Loaf, rock superstar famous for "Bat Out of Hell," has died at 74 Tom Hanks narrates year one video for Biden Matt Walsh takes on "gender experts" on Dr. Phil's show Dominic Green, PhD, FRHistS is the Editor of The Spectator's world edition. He joined Dan and Amy with reaction to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson declaring an end to COVID in the United Kingdom Robert Mark is a former senior editor at Flying magazine and Publisher of Jetwhine.com. He joined Dan and Amy to explain the fight between the FCC and the FAA over the rollout of 5G near airports. Zaid Jilani is a freelance journalist, maintains his own newsletter where he writes about current affairs at inquiremore.com. He joined Dan and Amy to talk about President Biden's first year in office, and the debate over voting rights legislation in Congress. Lucy McBride, MD is a practicing internist in Washington, D.C. and writer of the COVID-19 newsletter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How, HOW has it taken us this long to bring you the amazing Sue Shapiro? Sue teaches what is unquestionably THE class on publishing personal essays—her motto is “Instant Gratification takes too long” and her students’ success record is astounding. She’s the author , co-author or editor of 16 books in genres ranging from memoir to middle-grade and including self-help and fiction. She’s a poet, an essayist and a teacher of such generosity and enthusiasm that I could probably just stop talking right now and let her go and you’d still end this podcast going man, I learned so much! Her latest book is The Book Bible: Sell Your Manuscript—No Matter What Genre—Without Going Broke or Insane, and there is no one more qualified to write it. The Book Bible should be taught in the first session of every writing program or MFA. It’s a how-to on getting published, but also a primer on the industry as a whole—an industry every writer should understand, ideally early in their career. We talk about learning hard lessons, the dream of “becoming a writer” as opposed to “becoming a poet/novelist/literary figure” and how many, many different ways there are to make this particular sausage. Links from the pod:The Byline Bible: Get Published in Five WeeksAmy Klein, The Trying GameSamantha Wextein, agentJess’s 3 part blog post: When Opportunity Knocks (part 1, part 2, part 3)Five Men Who Broke My Heart, Susan ShapiroKJ’s book coaches: Jennie Nash and Susanne DunlapEmail Sue at: firstname.lastname@example.orgLOOK! Sue hosts an online event at The Strand: How to Publish in Any Genre 1/22 at 6 PM.#AmReadingSue: Black American Refugee, Tiffanie Drayton KJ: The Frederick Sisters Are Living the Dream, Jeannie ZusyJess: The Latinist, Mark PrinsFind Sue: susanshapiro.netIG: @ProfSue123Twitter: @SusanShapironetAre you serious about writing a nonfiction book this year? Author Accelerator is offering a nonfiction book incubator starting February 28th. There are only a few seats in this intensive program because you will get 1:1 coaching on every single step of the process AND you will have the chance to pitch your proposal to a pool of agents and publishers at the end -- a fabulous opportunity. Apply for the program HERE -- and get a strategic session with Jennie Nash to kickstart your work. We think Jennie and her book coaches are terrific -- tell her we sent you! This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at amwriting.substack.com/subscribe
Sam is an author and digital communications professional whose latest book,I'll Get Back to You, is about why unreturned messages drive people crazy. With digital communications now dominating the way in which we interact, unreturned messages can be the cause of lots of obstacles in building genuine human connections. This is what Sam is hoping to change. In 2004, Sam co-wrote the book The Great Divide: Retro vs Metro America, which received national press coverage and a presentation to the National Press Club. In addition to his writing, Sam has been a communications expert for decades, working with Nancy Pelosi and on a George Soros-funded campaign to legalize cannabis. In this episode Leticia and Sam chat about: How digital communications change the way we interact with each otherWhy people stress over an unreturned text or emailHow people can fix the “dyscommuncation crisis” caused by digital communicationHis experiences working in communications for important people and groupsBuy I'll get back to you at: I'll Get back to you by Sam George (dyscommunication.com)
Riley digs into the wild patchwork of coincidences that got her into the world of Rabbits: the mysterious disappearance of a woman named Jenny Slater, an inconsistency in Season One, and a question. What really happened at the end of the Ninth iteration of the game? RABBITS WEBSITE RABBITS NOVEL is available now!Order your copy today! Visit terrymiles.com for more information. To hear the next episode right now visit stitcherpremium.com/rabbits, click start free trial, select the monthly plan and use the promo code RABBITS. ABOUT RABBITS (NOVEL) “An outstanding debut technothriller, impossible to put down.” -Publisher's Weekly STARRED “A twisted trip through a cool digital wilderness of a mystery. This book sticks to your brain. Read it.” -Norman Reedus “A twisty roller coaster that morphs seamlessly from treasure hunt to conspiracy thriller to escape room.” -Kirkus (Starred) “Rabbits is a remarkably assured debut, deftly written and laced with intrigue. Murakami meets Ready Player One.” -Nicholas Eames "Dude, I dug the hell out of this book…the mix of 80s pop culture nostalgia and a thrilling mystery made it impossible to put it down." -Derek Kolstad, Creator and Writer of the John Wick franchise.
A Publisher's Note?! What is happening?! Show Notes: Run Time: 1:11:46 Adam is incapacitated, so Paul stepped in and we talked about a lot of things! Unfortunately, Paul's microphone is very bad, so the audio is not great. We'll do better next time! Here's the upcoming schedule! Tuesday, February 1st: Episode #201 - Return of the Shipping Episode Tuesday, February 8th: Episode #202 - Writers' Room: Meredith and Dana Wedding Issue Tuesday, February 15th: Editor's Note #52 Tuesday, February 22nd: Episode #203 - Writers' Room: Wager Master and Madame Mittermeier's forbidden romance We also take a bunch of questions, including many lingering Paul questions, and even a couple of game shows! Join us next time for — hopefully — Episode 200: a feel-good story, and the return of Adam! Fingers crossed
Dr. Debra E. Blaine was born in New York City and grew up on Long Island, New York. She attended Baylor College of Medicine to earn her MD. She returned to New York for post-graduate training and has practiced Family and Urgent Care Medicine on Long Island and Queens for over thirty years. She discovered that she loves writing thrillers – even more than practicing medicine. Her first novel, CODE BLUE: The Other End of the Stethoscope, was released in 2019. Debra is also a Certified Professional Coach, Master Trainer, and Certified Group Leader. So, she works with clients who are struggling to navigate the corporate world or those who themselves wish to write and publish. And she continues to write herself. During our conversation, she described the options for publishing a book. She explained that the three major approaches are self-publishing, traditional publishing, and hybrid publishing. You can find links in the show notes for this episode at nonclinicalphysicians.com/medical-mystery-author/. =============== You can now join the most comprehensive Community for all clinicians looking for a nontraditional career at NewScr!pt. And if you'd like to join my Nonclinical Mastermind Group, you can learn about it at nonclinicalphysicians.com/mastermind. Get an updated edition of the FREE GUIDE to 10 Nonclinical Careers at nonclinicalphysicians.com/freeguide. Get a list of 70 nontraditional jobs at nonclinicalphysicians.com/70jobs. Check out a FREE WEBINAR called Best Options for an Interesting and Secure Nonclinical Job at nonclinicalphysicians.com/freewebinar1
Hallo Freunde fürs Extraleben! 12,7 Milliarden Dollar. Klingt nach einer Stange Geld? Offenbar aber nicht zuviel, um Take 2 davon abzuhalten, für diese Summe Zynga übernehmen zu wollen. Wir erleben also mal wieder einen Aufkauf durch einen großen Publisher, diesmal aber ganz anders als wir es z.B. von Microsoft oder Sony zuletzt kannten. Wir reden drüber. Des Weiteren gibt es in den News Neuigkeiten aus Japan, sprich von Sega und Platinum. Zwar keine offizielle News, aber auch über die mögliche Verschiebung von Hogwarts Legacy sowie den offensichtlich neuen Entwickler von Twisted Metal spekulieren wir liebend gerne. Bei den aktuellen Spielen gibt es nicht viel neues. Daniel hat sein Fazit zu Psychonauts 2 mitgebracht und Manuel ist weiterhin fest in den Fängen von From Software. Da wir wenig neue Spiele haben, ist es mal wieder Zeit, in der Film- und Serienecke vorbeizuschauen. Nachdem Manuel und Daniel aus vollem Herzen über Spiderman: No way home abhaten hat Daniel gleich eine ganze Reihe an Staffeln und Filmen mitgebracht, zu denen er kurze Empfehlungen oder Nichtempfehlungen gibt. Viel Spaß! Die Folge im Überblick: Was gibt es neues? 02:47 Awesome Games done quick 16:25 Daniel Filmsammelleidenschaft ist wiedererwacht Was wird denn hier gespielt? 17:47 Manuel spielt weiterhin Dark Souls 26:00 Daniels Fazit zu Psychonauts 2 Neuigkeiten aus der Spielbranche 31:00 Take 2 kauft Zynga 50:47 Der Präsident von Platinum Games geht. Wo gehts hin mit dem Studio? 59:40 Sega eröffnet einen zweiten Standort 1:03:03 Stalker 2 wird verschoben Neues aus der Gerüchteküche 1:06:35 Kommt Hogwarts Legacy erst 2023? 1:16:30 Hat Twisted Metal einen neuen Entwickler? 1:22:35 Kommt die PS3-Abwärtskompatibilität? Die Film- und Serienecke 1:29:34 Wie fanden wir den 20-besten Film aller Zeiten? Spoiler: Scheisse. 1:51:52 Daniels Wertungsmarathon https://twitter.com/Extrafreunde https://www.facebook.com/Extrafreunde https://www.instagram.com/extrafreunde email@example.com
Cyndi Dale is an internationally renowned author, speaker, healer, business consultant, and the author of nearly 30 books about energy medicine, intuition, and spirituality. In addition, she has worked with over 70,000 clients and students and presented hundreds of seminars and workshops across the Americas and in Russia, England, Wales, Amsterdam, Iceland, Costa Rica, Belize, Morocco, Peru, Scotland, and more. She is also a favored teacher and healer in Beijing, China, leading in-person and online classes. In addition, Cyndi's helpful books, published in over 18 languages, reach many people worldwide and continue to enrich lives. Her books include The Subtle Body: An Encyclopedia of Your Energetic Anatomy, the winner of four internationally recognized Publisher's Awards, and the 2021 COVR Visionary Award in Health & Healing: Energy Healing for Trauma, Stress & Chronic Illness (2020). Her most recent releases include Chakras, Food, and You (with Dana Childs, 2021), Energy Wellness for Your Pets (2019), Llewellyn's Little Book of Empathy (2019), Awaken Clairvoyant Energy (2018); The Subtle Body Coloring Book, The Little Book of Chakras, and Subtle Energy Techniques (2017); and Llewellyn's Complete Book of Chakras, the most extensive compendium of chakra knowledge ever produced (2015). Cyndi is also set to appear in two upcoming documentaries. The first is about healing and produced by Betsy Chasse, co-producer of the run-away What the Bleep Do We Know? The second is The Science of Ink, produced by Cary Weldy. Previously, she appeared in Gabe Golden's documentary about modern-day energy medicine. Overall, she seeks to unify the world's most vital spiritual messages, encouraging understanding and community among all peoples. Arriving soon is Advanced Chakra Healing, a reissue of Cyndi's popular book first printed fifteen years ago (Llewellyn, November 2021), as well as Energy Work for Everyday to Elite Athletes (Llewellyn, 2022) and The Subtle Body Oracle Card Deck (Sounds True, 2022/3). Cyndi graduated from the University of Minnesota summa cum laude with a degree in English and a minor in Philosophy. She has also worked toward a master's degree in divinity at Bethel University and holds a fifth-degree Reiki certificate, the highest of distinctions in this healing arena. Cyndi loves teaching! Gwyneth Paltrow's popular lifestyle website Goop referenced her as a sort of “teacher of teachers.” She is an admired teacher and offers in-depth classes via The Shift Network. She also leads a year-long Apprenticeship Program through her own company, Essential Energy, assisting individuals with developing their natural intuitive and healing gifts. These courses add to the numerous ones she teaches locally and worldwide in energy medicine and spiritual healing. Her client sessions, which involve energy healing and holistic intuitive consulting, earn her referrals from many psychiatrists, medical doctors, and therapists. She continues to hone her ability to help people discover their essential selves so that they can make healthy and positive changes in their lives. Cyndi is trained in several different healing modalities. Her prestigious skills include shamanism, intuitive healing, energy healing, family of origin therapy, Therapeutic Touch, the Lakota Way, and faith healing. In addition, Cyndi has taught business ethics at the University of Minnesota, creating programs for students to effect change in public policy and corporate ethics. She served as a fundraiser at Junior Achievement, raising over 750,000 dollars a year, and has offered public relations consulting to companies including 3M, Hormel, and Tonka. She has also volunteered on several Boards of Directors and been honored in “Who's Who in American Business,” “The American Women of Noteworthy Achievement,” and the “International Association of Business.” In addition, she has won several leadership awards.
Es gibt da draußen viele Spiele-Lieblinge, die nur noch existieren oder Spaß machen, weil fleißige Gaming-Communities Hand an sie gelegt haben. Bei welchen Spielen die Entwickler oder Publisher längst das Handtuch geworfen haben und Fans sogar bessere Versionen zaubern konnten, zeigen wir euch in dieser Bilderstrecke.
Photo: Ethiopia: The Queen's Sword of Honour 8/11 #ClassicEthiopia: Gregory R Copley, @Gregory_Copley, editor and publisher of Defense & Foreign Affairs. @Gregory_Copley (Originally aired November 9, 2021). https://www.economist.com/leaders/2021/11/04/act-now-to-avert-a-bloodbath-in-ethiopia
Do you have a life story waiting to be told? Storytelling provides a powerful structure for organizing how we think about our lives. It can be used to create a life of greater purpose.Jeremy Brown started is the founder and CEO of Throne Publishing. He works with people to convert their own life stories into books. This has given him insight into what makes for a meaningful, purposeful life. Here, he shares his perspective on living a life worthy of telling about. In this episode, you'll learn about:Fitting a business model to your lifestyleProactive vs. reactive purpose seekingBeing passionate about people Processing your life storyUsing our life experiences to help other peopleConnect with Jeremy:LinkedInThrone Publishing Group***Want help in finding your own purpose? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Want to connect? Make a connection on Bradley's LinkedIn page. Want to start your own podcast? This podcast is edited and produced (and music too) by Josh Gilbert. Contact him at email@example.com. He specializes in working with early podcasters.
Perfect Timing Podcast - Season 4 Episode 73: Setting Boundaries For Selfcare Host: Sydnie Chandler Monet' - Podcast Host | Speaker | Community Activist Guest: Brandi Harvey - Founder at Beyond Her, Author, Publisher and Innovator Produced By: Elite Conversations Podcast Media
These Patreon-only episodes are being made available to you for free so that you have a fuller picture of just what we're up to at AG. If you like the show and want to see it grow or you just appreciate hard work, please consider becoming a Patron. You just might love what's over there. Click here to become one now (or whenever you get around to it). Author Michael Eisenhut came by the studio to talk about his first published novel about two brothers in the Iron Brigade at Gettysburg. Mike's a fun guy to talk to and we enjoyed talking to him about the process of writing historical fiction. "Brothers of War, The Iron Brigade at Gettysburg is a historical novel taking place during the American Civil War. Meticulously researched, the story is based on actual brothers and their squad who fought as members of the famed Iron Brigade, particularly the Nineteenth Indiana Volunteer Infantry regiment. This historical fiction not only puts readers into the middle of the Battle of Gettysburg, but also makes them feel as though they are among the soldiers marching, camping, and fighting in this epic story of the American Civil War." -Publisher
Do big publishers know how to release good games anymore? Is that an inflammatory title for no reason? Is Joel really laying in bed for this entire episode? We're on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/43Zs5kTtiUeisYkSSAZAFn?si=bd7Ef-76TU-lI5eRAyHq3Q&nd=1 Write into the show at: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/casualshenaniga
Rob Kosberg is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today Best Selling author and the founder of Best Seller Publishing. Through his trademarked Publish. Promote. Profit. program, Rob helps his clients to create their own professional, best-selling book (guaranteed) and then teaches them how to use that book to grow their income and impact via speaking engagements, free PR and media and cutting-edge lead generation strategies. Rob's latest book, Publish. Promote. Profit., was the number one business book on Amazon.
IN THIS REPEAT: Learn about Holly Ordway's 2021 book Tolkien's Modern Reading with co-host Lisa Coutras. - - - - C.S. Lewis had many friends...the most famous was J.R.R. Tolkien, whom he worked with for many years at Oxford University. Just as with Lewis, there are many misconceptions about Tolkien. One is that he "read very little modern fiction, and took no serious notice of it." Dr. Holly Ordway has studied the issue for many years and discovered Tolkien was much more aware of modern culture and the inspiration for The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings was not only medieval. She joined William O'Flaherty for a podcast interview to share her insightful findings. Dr. Lisa Coutras also joined the show to help with co-hosting. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Purchase Tolkien's Modern Reading via Amazon Purchase Tolkien's Modern Reading via the Publisher (and see Holly's videos) LISTEN to Apologetics and the Christian Imagination INTERVIEW LISTEN to Not God's Type INTERVIEW Hear Holly as a Guest on Some of the Essay Chats Series Learn More About Lisa Coutras Purchase Lisa's book Tolkien's Theology of Beauty Listen to All About Jack on iTunes Purchase C.S. Lewis Goes to Hell Visit ScrewtapeCompanion.com 90 Seconds to Knowing C.S. Lewis YouTube CHANNEL Visit EssentialCSLewis.com Purchase The Misquotable C.S. Lewis
In this episode 276, we visit with Ellen Butler author of “Swindler's Revenge,” a Karina Cardinal Mystery Book. When a mysterious burner phone shows up in her Karina Cardinal's pocket, she has no doubt who dropped it there. Mike is deep undercover and so far off-grid, he needs help to figure out who's framing him—and why. Classic Karina, she jumps in with both feet, ignoring the dangers. The trouble with leaping before you look? You can land in a world of dirt. And when an old enemy starts playing hardball, you can end up six feet under it. Publisher's Weekly Magazine says: “Butler keeps the plot barreling ahead. Fans of intelligent escapism will look forward to more.” And InD'Tale Magazine says: “Ellen Butler's “Swindler's Revenge” is an unputdownable adventure that will take readers on an electrifying yet light-hearted and humorous journey.” Engage with the show here: https://linktr.ee/CharlotteReadersPodcast Detailed show notes here: https://charlottereaderspodcast.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/charlottereaderspodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/charlottereaderspodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/charlottereader Charlotte Readers Podcast is a proud member of the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network and the Queen City Podcast Network. #CharlotteReadersPodcast #podcast #literary #literature #instabooks #goodreads #bookstagram #booklover #amreading #bookreview #bookaddict #bookclub #bookobsessed #booknerd #bookaholic #booklife #bookworm #bookgram #booktography #bookblogger #totalbooknerd #bookishfeatures #creativenonfiction #tellyourstory #podcaster #exploreclt #cltagenda #charlotteagenda #704 #cltiscreative #authorsontheair #queencitypodcastnetwork © Charlotte Readers Podcast and Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
Originally called “Glenwood”, Larchmont Boulevard received its current name around 1912. In 1921, the Los Angeles Times announced a new business district on Larchmont consisting of 30 stores, developed by Julius LaBonte and Charles Ramson. At that time, there was an explosion in population occurring in the area – and in Los Angeles in general – and this noted commercial corridor would support the needs of adjacent residential developments. In fact, Larchmont was planned as the first neighborhood shopping center in Los Angeles. The late LA City Councilmember, Tom LaBonge, prioritized preserving the “village atmosphere” of the Boulevard (in 1992) as he recognized it as the “physical and social, as well as retail, center for the surrounding neighborhoods of Larchmont, Hancock Park and Windsor Square. Celebrating 100 years serving as the center of this vibrant community, CivitasLA is joined by Larchmont civic leaders, and local stakeholders – Patty Lombard, Co-Publisher of the Larchmont Buzz; Joanna Vernetti of Vernetti Restaurant; and Todd Warner of Tailwaggers as we discuss the evolution of the boulevard (and community); the changing nature of retail and its impact on maintaining the “village atmosphere” that it's been known for. For more information, please visit: Larchmont Buzz at https://www.larchmontbuzz.com; Vernetti Restaurant at https://vernetti.la; and Tailwaggers at https://www.tailwaggerspets.com. And, for more information about CivitasLA, please visit www.CivitasLA.com and we hope you'll rate and review our show; and connect with us on Facebook (@CivitasLA), Instagram (@Civitas_LA) and Twitter (@Civitas_LA).
Photo: NATO provokes Russia. Gregory R Copley, @Gregory_Copley, editor and publisher of Defense & Foreign Affairs. https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-ambassador-to-russia-says-de-escalation-is-key-objective-at-ukraine-talks-11641314171
Photo: Abiy rolls back the TPLF; & What is to be done? Gregory R Copley, @Gregory_Copley, editor and publisher of Defense & Foreign Affairs. https://www.voanews.com/a/us-envoy-feltman-to-visit-ethiopia-thursday-meet-with-officials-/6382650.html
Photo: Xi 2022 turns to Mao 1950. Gregory R Copley, @Gregory_Copley, editor and publisher of Defense & Foreign Affairs. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/xian-residents-cant-leave-homes-purchasing-food-difficult-as-covid-lockdown-continues/ar-AASqhkH
Photo: PRC out of water, out of time. Gregory R Copley, @Gregory_Copley, editor and publisher of Defense & Foreign Affairs. https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2021-12-29/china-s-water-shortage-is-scary-for-india-thailand-vietnam?utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter&utm_term=211230&utm_campaign=sharetheview&sref=5g4GmFHo
January 4, 2022 ~ Full Show. Live from The Consumer Electronics Show. USA Today poll shows Americans from both parties feel that democracy is in peril. Nicolas Muron Founder of MoonBikes talks to Guy about his product. Senior News Analyst Lloyd Jackson reports on the Michigan Redistricting Commission being sued by black lawmakers for disenfranchisement. John Cox, President and CEO of Safety Operating Systems discusses the showdown between the FAA and cell phone companies over the 5G roll out. Dr. Matthew Denenberg, Pediatric Emergency Physician at the Helen DeVos Children's Hospital gives a first hand account of the rise of pediatric patients being hospitalized with COVID. Trpko Blazevski, Manager of Digital Innovation for Stellantis joins us for Mobility Makers and Paul Eisenstein, Editor in Chief and Publisher of the Detroit Bureau breaks down Mercedes-Benz's long lasting EV battery.
Ladies, this week's episode is all about overcoming adversity. I brought my friend, Ilona Parunakova, to the show to share her story. If anyone has a reason to adopt a victim mindset, it is Ilona. Yet, she refused the accept the limiting beliefs of others for her life and instead chose to partner with God and live her life with purpose. What a story! You, too, can bounce back from adversity! This episode is so empowering! Ilona Parunakova is a 10x Best-Selling Author, Diversity and Inclusion Expert/Speaker. President and CEO of IP Resilience Global, Publisher of IP Resilience Global Magazine. Ilona is a direct descendant of Armenian Genocide survivors during WWI and survived the wartime in the Republic of Georgia right after the collapse of the USSR. Over the years Ilona has succeeded in turning her disparities from war, losses, struggles to fit in, every “No” in her life, into her superpowers. Ilona rose above all odds to become a candidate for Doctorate Degree in Family Christian Counseling and her Ph.D. in Christian Philosophy. As a Master Coach, she empowers people to find their voice even in the darkest times of their life and imparts courage and self-confidence so that they, too, can experience liberty in all of its best. She is an international TEDx speaker and is featured in Fox, NBC, CBC, Influencive, Powerhouse, and Forbes Magazines. Ilona introduces herself unapologetically as God's Masterpiece and puts God as the CEO of her life. For more information, visit: Info@ipresilienceglobal.com www.IPResilience.com www.IlonaParunakova.com www.IPResilienceGlobal.com www.IlonaParunakovaEmpowers.com Learn more about Susan and her ministry, She Rises, at https://www.sherisesmn.org/. Find her on Facebook and Instagram at Susan Vandenheuvel.
On this edition of The Other Side of Midnight: Tony Lyons, the President and Publisher of Skyhorse Publishing joins Frank Morano to discuss his decision to publish RFK Jr.'s book on vaccines, free speech in America, & media coverage of conspiracies. Senior Research Analyst for Fair Vote, Deb Otis talks about Ranked Choice Voting, Proportional Representation, and more voter issues. Frank asks you about bitcoin and defends Captain Kirk's honor.
Thank you so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over ten years broadcasting weekday mornings – providing you news and commentary rooted in the principles of individual liberty, personal responsibility, limited government and the rule of law. Happy New Year! On Monday's show, we discuss the spread of the Omicron variant around the world, and we discuss developments in Russian, Ukraine, and Sudan with Marc Schulman, Founder and Publisher of HistoryCentral.com. The President Emeritus of the Foundation for Economic Education Larry Reed and I discuss the extraordinary life of Ethelmae Humphreys. We also opine about the green energy movement with author and former Barron's Washington Bureau Chief, Jim McTague. We have great guests lined up for Tuesday's show including our State Senator Kathleen Passidomo, the Founder and President of Less Government Seton Motley, author of “Greetings from Paradise” Linda Harden, and entertaining local guest commentator Boo Mortenson. Please join us live at 7 a.m. on bobharden.com, or access the show anytime on podcast platforms (iTunes, TuneIn, Spotify, and Stitcher, Vurbl, and ChoiceSocial).
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Here is Part 2 of the Summer Series!!! Listen to some of my fave Aussie authors and some of our Aussie publishers share their top reads of 2021. Jessie Stephens- Honeybee- Craig Silvey Malibu Rising- Taylor Jenkins Reid Ghosts- Dolly Alderton Jordanna Levine- The Last Thing He Told Me- Laura Dave Malibu Rising- Taylor Jenkins Reid Who Is Maud Dixion- Alexandra Andrews Anna- HarperCollins Australia- The Hush - Sarah Foster You Need To Know- Nicola Moriarty Here In The After- Marion Firth Kyle Perry- Piranesi- Susanna Clarke Acting Up- Lynne McGrainger Human Kind: A Hopeful History- Rutger Bregman Ewa Ramsey- Small Joys of Real Life- Allee Richards New Animal- Ella Baxter Happy Hour- Jacquie Byron Rachel- Text Publishing- Light from Uncommon Stars - Ryka Aoki Honeygirl- Morgan Rogers Plain Bad Heroines- Emily M Danforth Sophie Hardcastle- Exist Otherwise: The Life and Work of Claude Cahun- Jennifer L Shaw In The Dreamhouse- Carmen Maria Machado Can The Monster Speak- Paul Presseado Claire Christian- Cassandra Speaks - Elizabeth Lesser On Connection- Kae Tempest If I Never Met You- Mhairi McFarlene I would love to hear from you! Follow the podcast on IG https://www.instagram.com/sonovelpodcast Or follow my personal account for more bookish content https://www.instagram.com/what_jess_read
Liebe Freunde, wir haben 2021 endlich hinter uns gebracht und schauen nicht mehr zurück. Nie wieder! Stattdessen lassen wir unseren Blick über die kommenden zwölf Monate schweifen. Er bleibt freilich am Release-geladenen Februar hängen, er betrachtet erstaunlich viele Open-World-Spiele und er zweifelt hart am Release-Termin von Starfield. Aber ach, das kommende Jahr wird noch so viel mehr bringen: Irrelevante Messen, Verschiebungen, große Marken, ziellose Publisher, einige garantierte Flops und auch 2022 wird bei Star Citizens Squadron 42 nicht erscheinen. Sagt mal … kann es sein, dass wir alt und verbittert geworden sind? Wir wünschen euch ein fantastisches 2022! Euer The-Pod-Team Timecodes: 00:00 - Biertalk 09:46 - Ausblick aufs Spielejahr 2022 33:21 - Potentielle Flops & Verschiebungen 2022 1:06:55 - Ubisoft in der Identitätskrise, Probleme bei CD Project Red und Crunch 1:43:09 - Technik- Knappheit 2:05:27 - Prognose zu Spielemessen
Rather than just reading a few poems here like usual, I take a few minutes to talk about a tweet that made waves in the “poetry community” on Twitter a few months ago. The tweet said, among other things, that “the general population has no interest in what we do,” and that a belief that poetry could be “powerful” is an illusory one. I don't name the poet who wrote the tweet, or link to it here, because I don't think it was meant to become so popular, and therefore mistaken as a “public pronouncement.” Nevertheless, a version of this comment or complaint about poetry is repeated everyday somewhere, and it was worth responding to before reading the following poems: “Affinity,” by R. S. Thomas #1142, by Emily Dickinson Sonnet #27, by William Shakespeare from The Aeneid, Book 6, by Virgil (translated by Allen Mandelbaum) Any comments, or suggestions for readings I should make in later episodes, can be emailed to email@example.com. I assume that the small amount of work presented in each episode constitutes fair use. Publishers, authors, or other copyright holders who would prefer to not have their work presented here can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will remove the episode immediately. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/humanvoiceswakeus/support
Thank you so much for listening to the Bob Harden Show, celebrating over ten years broadcasting weekday mornings – providing you news and commentary rooted in the principles of individual liberty, personal responsibility, limited government and the rule of law. Happy New Year! On Friday's show, we visit with William Yeatman, Research Fellow with the Cato Institute, to discuss the hopeful demise of “Build Back Better” and to assess the first calendar year of Biden's presidency. We visit with Vice President of Policy at the James Madison Institute about their goals for 2022 to preserve and enhance our way of life in Florida. We also visit with Fred McMahon from the Fraser Institute about some of their interesting findings in the Economic Freedom of North America report. Please join us for Monday's show. We have terrific guests including the Founder and Publisher of HistoryCentral.com, Marc Schulman, President Emeritus of the Foundation for Economic Education Larry Reed, and former Barron's Washington Bureau Chief, Jim McTague. Please join us live at 7 a.m. on bobharden.com, or access the show anytime on podcast platforms (iTunes, TuneIn, Spotify, and Stitcher, Vurbl, and ChoiceSocial).
Get Robert F. Kennedy Jr's book about Fauci: https://noqreport.com/rfkjrRobert F. Kennedy Jr's book is selling like wildfire. The people clearly want to know what he and his team have uncovered about Anthony Fauci, but if one gets their information from mainstream media they probably don't even know the book exists. That's the problem with censorship. It's not just about stifling the truth when it gets out. Censorship often manifests in the prevention of the truth from ever seeing the light of day.His book, titled "The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public," is an extraordinarily well-researched and properly cited manuscript that reveals some of the most damning facts about the man who is most responsible for pandemic protocols in America. It's fitting as he may also be the man most responsible for the formation of the very disease he's been tasked with fighting... but we'll leave those details for the book itself to describe.Tony Lyons, President and Publisher at Skyhorse Publishing, joined us to discuss the book, but there was a secondary topic that actually made for deeper conversation. The massive censorship and corporate media gaslighting about the contents of the book have been unprecedented. Meanwhile, attacks on Kennedy himself have been brutal and completely unwarranted. They're attacking the messenger without addressing the truthful message.Here's some of Lyons had to say:"This is a book that has 2,194 citations. It's over 200,000 words long. It's got blurbs from doctors and lawyers and scientists. It's even got a blurb from a Nobel Prize winning scientist. So this is certainly not what anybody had in mind when they describe wanting to protect the public from misinformation. This is wanting to protect the public from information that they disagree with and increasingly, that's what censorship looks like."It's cases where people just don't have an argument so they don't even want to engage because if they had a better argument, obviously that's the best way to address something that you disagree with or that you think is wrong. So to just try to take down the author or ignore the content, that really doesn't work and the incredible sales of this book show that that kind of censorship doesn't work."If people really believed that it was something that the public needed to be protected from, they would just give a better argument, they would address the claims, they would disprove the claims, and then we would all move on. But, it's interesting that they're not willing to do that and I would argue that it's because they're not able to do that."In an ironic twist, this interview was actually late in coming out because our show was... wait for it... being censored. It's not the first time they've tried to cancel us on both the podcast and video realm. Heck, we've already lost three YouTube accounts, but that's pretty common for conservatives. What's not as common is for us to get censored by Spotify as well as their podcasting minions at Transistor and Captivate. To this day, we have no idea what we did to get blacklisted.As a result, we've changed the name of the show to The Midnight Sentinel. It's still the same basic show, but we will be ramping up production to bring it back to being a daily show. On top of that, we're launching our first radio show, The JD Rucker Show, on January 3 with America Out Loud. Yes, that means two separate shows but I can proudly tell you that it will be worth it to subscribe to both.Tony Lyons is correct. If Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s critics could find fault in his findings about Anthony Fauci, Bill Gates, and others, they would attack the book. Instead, they're attacking RKF Jr himself. What does that say about their argument?
Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/
Tyler Donohue and Sean Fitz are back with the final episode of 2021 ahead of Penn State's Outback Bowl matchup against Arkansas! They are once again joined to discuss the Razorbacks by the Publisher of 247Sports HawgSports.com, Trey Biddy. They discuss the opt-outs for both teams, matchups to watch, and their predictions! Follow the guys on Twitter: @seanfitz247 @TDsTake Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andre Mullen is a seasoned music and tech industry entrepreneur, publisher, and artist manager in New York. With over two decades of experience in the music and tech industry, Andre leads and oversees INAXXS - a recording label services company and UGM Digital, a tech company which provides music subscription for DJs, producers, and artists. As the head of INAXXS, he works with artists, producers, songwriters, and more. INAXXS is a label services company, supporting its roster of artists and labels with label services, administration, and music publishing. Additionally he coaches and consults developing artists on brand development and strategy. He is also the managing director of Inaxxs Music, a music publishing administration company that manages the catalogs of indie artists and labels. He and his team at Inaxxs Music - an American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) affiliated company - oversee an impressive catalog of songs across various genres. Throughout his career, he has been instrumental in producing platforms that educate, encourage, and empower artists such as The Inaxxs Music Business Conference as well as speaking at Canadian Music Week. Recently, he has started producing the Behind the Biz podcast, a multi-seasonal podcast giving music professionals keys to business practices. He has worked with a variety of artists and media brands across various genres within music industry. Andre holds his MBA in Marketing from Walden University and his B.A. from Brooklyn College. He is a member of American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers and Association of Independent Music Publishers. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This year was not a quiet one for the industries that Digiday covers and the reporters who have had their ears close to the ground joined the Digiday Podcast to talk about the challenges and trends that they've been covering on their beats as well as what we'll continue to closely watch in 2022, including cookie apocalypse preparedness, mitigating platforms' influence on media buying, and how the return to office is an ever looming presence.
This week, Bret sits down with Opinion Editor of “The Washington Times,” Charlie Hurt, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of “Cook Political Report,” Amy Walter and FOX News Chief Washington Correspondent, Mike Emanuel to discuss whether the Biden administration has kept its promises as we close out 2021. Later, the panel weighs in on the reemergence of mass COVID-19 hysteria. Follow Bret on Twitter: @BretBaier
“Publishers thought it was maybe going to be a niche book, but I was surprised by how many really young readers were connecting with it. I want this to be something that you could trick your conservative dad into buying for you.” Jen Wang is an award-winning graphic novel author and illustrator Jen Wang - best known for some amazing stories like “Stargazing,” “The Prince & the Dressmaker”, “In Real Life” and “Koko Be Good”. We've been fans of hers for a really long time. Her books are not-quite-autobiographical (always), but there are seeds of truth and real life in almost every story she tells. Being Asian American, having a major healthcare scare as a kid, and more. And since Sharon's off doing who knows what, Raman's Quarantined Comics co-host Ryan Joe subs in FTW. But most interesting about our chat with Jen was diving into her unconventional journey and decisions along the way. We challenge you to give Jen's books a try - for you and your kids - and NOT find your eyes start leaking. LEARN ABOUT JEN Jenwang.net instagram.com/wangstagram twitter.com/alooghobi BOOK: Stargazing - goodreads.com/book/show/40864836-stargazing BOOK: The Prince & The Dressmaker - goodreads.com/book/show/34506912-the-prince-and-the-dressmaker MENTIONS BOOK: Detransition, Baby (Torrey Peters) - goodreads.com/book/show/48890225-detransition-baby PERSON: Ang Lee (Director): wikipedia.org/wiki/Ang_Lee