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    Book Lights radio with Lisa Kessler presents NYT Best Seller Karen Rose

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    Internationally bestselling author Karen Rose was born and raised in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC. She met her husband, Martin, on a blind date when they were seventeen and after they both graduated from the University of Maryland, (Karen with a degree in Chemical Engineering) they moved to Cincinnati, Ohio. Karen worked as an engineer for a large consumer goods company, earning two patents, but as Karen says, “scenes were roiling in my head and I couldn't concentrate on my job so I started writing them down. I started out writing for fun, and soon found I was hooked.”
    Her debut suspense novel, DON'T TELL, was released in July, 2003. Since then, she has published more than fifteen novels and two novellas. Her twenty-fourth novel, SAY NO MORE, will be released in 2020.
    Karen's books have appeared on the bestseller lists of the New York Times, USA Today, London's Sunday Times, and Germany's der Spiegel (#1), and the Irish Times, as well as lists in South Africa(#1) and Australia! To date, her books have been translated into more than twenty languages.
    ?? A former high school teacher of chemistry and physics, Karen lives in Florida with her husband of more than thirty years. You can find out more at:
    And for more about our host Lisa Kessler visit
    Book Lights - shining a light on good books!

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    GLOBAL HOT TOPICS: My Befriending and Twinning initative for Uncle Same

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    My life journey from my little village in Ghana to medical school in Germany saw me interacting with human beings of various skin colours, languages, religious and political convictions-- from my own population group the Akans (Ghana), Ibos , Hausas and Yoruba( Nigeria), Germans, English, Americans (African and European). Working as a doctor in Ghana, Germany and the UK has also brought me in contact with virtually any variation of humanity populating the surface of the earth.
    Falling on my rich experience interacting with people of diverse, backgrounds, I set out in this programme to present my humble contribution towards the maintenance of harmony among  the various population groups of the US. 

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    How Stress and Anxiety Impact Your Decision Making

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    Join us on Off The Shelf Books Talk Radio on Saturday, September 19, 2020 at 11am/EST! Steven Howard, a leadership development expert, is our featured guests. Steven and Off The Shelf host, Denise Turney, will discuss tips to become a great leader, marketing strategies and how to make better decisions, even during these changing times with COVID19, economic shifts and more. Other important topics that Steven Howard and Denise Turney will focus on include;
    Best of the Monday Morning Marketing Memo Corporations preparing new leaders Stress' role on decision making How to develop market leadership Steven Howard has 38 years of international senior sales, corporate marketing and leadership experience. He has delivered leadership training programs in Australia, Canada, Africa, the United States and Europe. He is the author of several books, including Better Decisions. Better Thinking. Better Outcomes. How to go from Mind Full to Mindful Leadership, 8 Keys to Becoming A Great Leadership: With Leadership Lessons and Tips from Gibbs, Yoda, and Capt’n Jack Sparrow, Corporate Image Management: A Marketing Discipline, Powerful Marketing Minutes: 50 Ways to Develop Market Leadership and The Best of the Monday Morning Marketing Memo. 
    Listener dial-in number:  (347) 994-3490
    See you Saturday, September 19, 2020 at 11am/EST!

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    Lonesome Wolf -- Write Stuff -- 9/8/2020

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    A woman on her own in Texas struggles to overcome hardships.
    A man alone on the rugged frontier works to overcome prejudices.
    Through frontier hospitality, faith in God, and shared trouble, they forge an untraditional and potentially dangerous friendship – and friendship is what tjhey strive to keep it, each locking deeper feelings inside for the sake of the other.
    But it seems like God has other plans, and it isn’t long before they realize they have a decision to make: to work at banding together to face their problems or to insist on remaining apart to fight their battles alone.
    Join me as I chat with my guest co-host and contributor, Lanna Webb about her book on September 8th at 7 pm Eastern time. You can call in at 646-668-8485 and press 1 to be live on air. Download Stitcher on your mobile device. Follow us on iTunes and iHeartreadio. Add PJC Media to your Spotify library, or click on the link here:

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    Books & Entertainment Radio Presents What's Write for Me with Cheryl Eden & Neil

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    It's almost fall, and (some) children are heading back to school. It's a time of change and compromises. One thing you don't have to worry about is finding good books to read. My authors all have amazing work to share. We have two returning authors, and one new, so kick back and enjoy!
    Returning after far too long is Cheryl Kerr. She lives and writes in Texas Hill Country. Her prior novels are Photofinish, which got a 5 star review, and See Ya, which earned finalist honors in military fiction. She is at work on her next novel, and picture book series, Dr. Lolly, Girl Vet due out this fall. She loves history, travel, horses and family.
    Another returnee is Eden Baylee. She has written three collections of erotic novellas and flash fiction ~ Spring Into Summer, Fall Into Winter, and Hot Flash. In 2014, she launched the first novel of her Stranger Triology, Stranger at Sunset. In addition to working on her next novel, Eden created the Lainey Lee Series. An introvert by nature and an extrovert by design, Eden is most comfortable at home with her laptop surrounded by books.
    New to the show is Neil McGowan. He grew up in Yorkshire but now lives with his family on the east coast of Scotland, an area that inspires many of the settings in his writing. The Surgeon was his first book, his second novel, Nanobite, is a blend of sci-fi and horror. He is a prolific author of short fantasy and horror fiction, some stories of which were brought together in the short story collection 'Don't Drink the Water.' He has published short stories in magazines and e-zines.
    Be sure to join us when we chat with these fantastic authors!

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    The New Panic Room Episode 205

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    Join James and Xtina on the Panic Room Radio Show as they talk with authors from The Horror Zine's Book of Ghost Stories. Don't miss the fun and shenanigans!

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    Milford House Mysteries: An Interview with Joe Walters

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    On this episode of Milford House Mysteries, co-hosts Sherry Knowlton and J.M. West talk to Joe Walters, editor, marketer, publishing entrepreneur, and writer about the marketing aspect of book publishing. Walters will share his expertise on book marketing in general as well as some specific thoughts about the challenges of getting books noticed during the pandemic. Founder of Independent Book Review, he manages the acquisitions, services, and publication departments there. In addition to his work at IBR, he is a book marketing specialist for both Sunbury Press and Paper Raven Books. When he's not doing publishing work, he's working on his novella and trusting the process.
    Milford House Mysteries Hosts - Sherry Knowlton is the author of the Alexa Williams series of murder mysteries including Dead of Autumn, Dead of Summer, Dead of Spring, and Dead of Winter. Joan West is the author of the Carlisle Crime Cases series including Dying for Vengeance, Courting Doubt and Darkness, Darkness at First Light, Had a Dying Fall and Things Strangled

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    Let's Talk Too! Author Champagne & Natasha Garry

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    Author- Champagne & Natasha:
    Champagne (A.K.A  Sharon Terry) was born and raised in Rochester, NY. She is an author, up-and-coming actress, entrepreneur, and model. She recently played Vanessa in a comedy by Unc Trent “I’ll Drink To That" and Web Series “In Between Jobs." Champagne is the author of her latest urban fiction release “The Goddess of Lust, Love, and Infatuation.” She was also a model for Vision Hair Salon in “The Night of Elegance” and has her own health and wellness company, B.O.S.S.
    Natasha Garry is a single parent who grew up in the city of Newark, New Jersey. After earning her GED, she went to college to continue her education with the study of communications and customer service relations. Later, she attended medical school twice, and then finally on to cosmetology school, obtaining degrees in both.

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    #406 - Christian Author & Pastor, Tyler D. Smith

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    Listen to the Christian Authors on Tour (CAOT) Blog Talk Radio Show on Friday (9/4/20) at 2 p.m. (EST) to hear a LIVE interview with Christian author, Tyler D. Smith.
    Tyler D. Smith is a pastor, NBA sportswriter, varsity basketball coach and author.  Pastor Tyler has been involved in ministry since 2005 and has also worked in the Christian music industry. truth.  His book, Searching for Seven, takes readers on a journey of looking for God through every aspect of life, seven days a week.  In ministry, coaching, fatherhood, and writing, Pastor Tyler has been in pursuit of a faith that lasts beyond Sundays. Through his shared experiences, storytelling, and captivating use of Scripture in his book, you're invited to join him in the search of a lifetime. 
    Pastor Tyler resides in Indiana with his wife Katelyn, and their two daughters, Addi and Ellie.
    Call (563) 999-3025 to ask questions of our scheduled guest. Co-hosts include Pastor Kevin Wayne Johnson & Lynn Pinder.
    Christian Authors on Tour (CAOT) 
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    Crooked paths is her new
    Crooked Paths: A Chautauqua Murder Mystery by Deb Pines
    A breezy, fun, small-town whodunit for fans of “Murder, She Wrote,” “Knives Out” and Agatha Christie.        When thrice-married socialite Connie de Palma sashays into Chautauqua, N.Y. in 2019, a neighbor says “Here comes trouble.”       And, boy, was he right.      In less than a week, Connie is found dead in a nearby gorge. Many stand to benefit from her demise. But that doesn’t mean there was foul play, say the police.      Luckily, reporter and relentless snoop Mimi Goldman is on the case. (Book #7 in the popular Mimi Goldman Chautauqua Mysteries).      Mimi questions absolutely everything, including Connie’s cause of death, and absolutely everyone, including Connie’s: new hubby Eddie McCarthy, a garbage tycoon;  saintly sister Marie and resentful bus driver bro-in-law Frank Attenborough; boy-toy assistant Jonas Carrington; pothead daughter Lennie and new beau A.J.; and a golfer neighbor with an obsession Bill Johnson.      Mimi and her usual sidekicks—Jake, her computer-savvy son, and Sylvia, her fearless 94-year-old “wheelman”—follow clues. To more clues. To dead ends. And to danger.      In the end, Mimi hopes a long-shot hunch pans out—in time for her to enjoy a visit from her new grandson.     Join me when the author takes center stage. Fran le