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AMERICA. What a trip you are! Please post your own thoughts, articles, lyrics, stories and musings. Record a podcast with us about your book, stories or adventures with writing. Make us laugh, ponder and explore, but most of all, Write On America.

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[BLOCKED] ESW 200. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Believe By Nikki Anne Schmutz
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, songwriters, vignettes and stories with music & sounds for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes with all that creative writing resonates. I invite you to tune in and get close to our song’s lyrics, stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers. There is nothing quite like the joy of discovering a fantastic new musician, writer or poet and then realizing that they have a huge body of work to dive into on Eat Sleep Write.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 199. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - A Falling Star By I.C. Hearts
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds as well as singer/songwriters for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes with all that creative writing resonates. I invite you to tune in and get close to our song’s lyrics, stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers. There is nothing quite like the joy of discovering a fantastic new musician, writer or poet and then realizing that they have a huge body of work to dive into on Eat Sleep Write.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 198. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Belief By Daniel Van Gilder
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds as well as singer/songwriters for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes with all that creative writing resonates. I invite you to tune in and get close to our song’s lyrics, stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers. There is nothing quite like the joy of discovering a fantastic new musician, writer or poet and then realizing that they have a huge body of work to dive into on Eat Sleep Write.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 197. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Digging Deep By Nikki Anne Schmutz
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds as well as singer/songwriters for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes with all that creative writing resonates. I invite you to tune in and get close to our song’s lyrics, stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers. There is nothing quite like the joy of discovering a fantastic new musician, writer or poet and then realizing that they have a huge body of work to dive into on Eat Sleep Write.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 196. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Journey By Daniel Van Gilder
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds as well as singer/songwriters for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes with all that creative writing resonates. I invite you to tune in and get close to our song’s lyrics, stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers. There is nothing quite like the joy of discovering a fantastic new musician, writer or poet and then realizing that they have a huge body of work to dive into on Eat Sleep Write.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 195. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Dealing With It By Daniel Van Gilder
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds as well as singer/songwriters for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes with all that creative writing resonates. I invite you to tune in and get close to our song’s lyrics, stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers. There is nothing quite like the joy of discovering a fantastic new musician, writer or poet and then realizing that they have a huge body of work to dive into on Eat Sleep Write.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 196. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Mouse By Daniel Van Gilder
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds as well as singer/songwriters for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes with all that creative writing resonates. I invite you to tune in and get close to our song’s lyrics, stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers. There is nothing quite like the joy of discovering a fantastic new musician, writer or poet and then realizing that they have a huge body of work to dive into on Eat Sleep Write.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 194. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - In Memory of Eva Gore-Booth and Con Markiewicz By William Butler Yeats
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds as well as singer/songwriters for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes with all that creative writing resonates. I invite you to tune in and get close to our song’s lyrics, stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers. There is nothing quite like the joy of discovering a fantastic new musician, writer or poet and then realizing that they have a huge body of work to dive into on Eat Sleep Write.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 193. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - The Berry in the Bush By Jackson Ahern
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds as well as singer/songwriters for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes with all that creative writing resonates. I invite you to tune in and get close to our song’s lyrics, stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers. There is nothing quite like the joy of discovering a fantastic new musician, writer or poet and then realizing that they have a huge body of work to dive into on Eat Sleep Write.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 192. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Petals: Always Soft Spoken by Rekha Ramani
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds as well as singer/songwriters for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes with all that creative writing resonates. I invite you to tune in and get close to our song’s lyrics, stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers. There is nothing quite like the joy of discovering a fantastic new musician, writer or poet and then realizing that they have a huge body of work to dive into on Eat Sleep Write.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 191. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - The Apocryphal Lights By David Bankson
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds as well as singer/songwriters for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes with all that creative writing resonates. I invite you to tune in and get close to our song’s lyrics, stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers. There is nothing quite like the joy of discovering a fantastic new musician, writer or poet and then realizing that they have a huge body of work to dive into on Eat Sleep Write.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 190. Voices of the Writers - Treatise By Daniel Van Gelder
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds as well as singer/songwriters for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes with all that creative writing resonates. We urge you to tune in and get close to our song’s lyrics, stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers. There is nothing quite like the joy of discovering a fantastic new musician or poet and then realizing that they have a huge body of work to dive into.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 189. Voices of the Writers - Once In a Lifetime By Songwriter/Musician Stephen Paul
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes, stories with ambient music & sounds as well as singer/songwriters for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes with all that creative writing resonates. We urge you to listen and get close to our song’s lyrics, stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers. There is nothing quite like the joy of discovering a fantastic new musician or poet and then realizing that they have a huge body of work to dive into.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 188. Voices of the Writers - Songwriter/Musician Performance By Stephen Paul
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes, stories with ambient music & sounds as well as singer/songwriters for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes with all that creative writing offers. Get close to our song’s lyrics, stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 187. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Haven By Daniel Van Gilder
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 186. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Cultivation By Chad Bittner Hurt
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 185. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Succubus-But-Not By Allan Boettger
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 184. Voices of the Writers - Story Reading - Demon Chicanery By Brian K Larson
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 183. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Fire Brand By Nikki Anne Schmutz
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories with ambient music & sounds for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 182. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Hoshi Poem By Steven Leonardo Clifford
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 181. Voices of the Writers - Story Reading - No One Can Hear You Scream - Part 2 By L. Meadow
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 180. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Verisimilitude By David Bankson
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 179. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Before the Ice By Emily Dickinson
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 178. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Winter By Daniel Van Gilder
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, bringing you a new dimension of poetry readings, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 177. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Darwin's Kiss By Susan Joyner-Stumpf
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 176. Voices of the Writers - Story Reading - Salvage 4 - Part 2 By Brian K Larson
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 175. Voices of the Writers - Story Reading - No One Can Hear You Scream-Part 2/2 By L. Meadow
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 174.Voices of the Writers - Story Reading - No One Can Hear You Scream-Part 1 By L. Meadow
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 173.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Christmas Bells By Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 172.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - The Magic of Christmas By Jackie Stewart Collins
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 171. Interview: KJ Klemme, author of "Tourist Trapped".
Book One in the Trapped trilogy. Crackerjack divorce attorney Amanda Sloane spends her life defending the soon-to-be-ex-wives of Chicago’s upper crust, but her orderly world crumbles when her estranged father persuades her to help search for the half-sister she’s resented for thirty years. Amanda drags along computer-geek-turned-attorney Chad Cooper, and together they chase across the Yucatan, pursuing an ever-changing string of leads. The duo encounters treacherous alliances, attacks on their associates, and a deadline for a hefty ransom. Amanda digs up more than clues when their search collides with the past she believed long buried. Old memories chip away at pretenses, threatening to crush Amanda’s carefully constructed life. Time is running out. When the bullets start to fly, Amanda and Chad wonder: who will survive Cancun?
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[BLOCKED] ESW 170. Everything Sci-Fi: Story Reading - Salvage 5 - Part 1 By Brian K Larson
Welcome to the premier edition of Everything Sci-Fi on the Eat Sleep Write Podcast, stories of the science fiction genre dealing with imaginative futuristic settings, time travel, faster than light travel, parallel universes and extraterrestrial life. Turn down the lights with earphones plugged in. Sit quietly, for we will control all that you hear. Experience the wonders and mysteries of Everything Sci-Fi’s theater of the mind.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 169.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Two Christmas Poems By Kerry E.B. Black
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 168.Voices of the Writers - Story Reading - The Year of Presents By Sherry Antonetti
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 167.Voices of the Writers - Story Reading - A North Country Christmas By Jackson Ahern
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 166.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Scipio By Daniel Van Gilder
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 165.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Instructed Performance By Nikki Anne Schmutz
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 164.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - The Snowy Path By Jackson Ahern
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 163.Voices of the Writers - A Very Special Story Reading By L. Meadow From the North Pole! - The Hadeda Who Lost His De-Dah.
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 162.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Curiosity By Daniel Van Gilder
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 161.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Soul Star By Susan Joyner-Stumpf
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 160.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Transient By Nikki Anne Schmutz
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 159.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Love Hate By L. Meadow
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 158.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading - Oasis By Jackson Ahern
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 157.Voices of the Writers - Ode to the Strawberry By L. Meadow
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 156.Voices of the Writers - Promises of a New Tomorrow Never Come By Randall Andrews
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a readings of poems, vignettes and stories for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 155.Voices of the Writers - Fear By Randall Andrews
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, readings of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull and Nikki Anne Schmutz for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writer
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[BLOCKED] ESW 154.Voices of the Writers - An Addicts Life By Randall Andrews
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, readings of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull and Nikki Anne Schmutz for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 153.Voices of the Writers - The Longing By Randall Andrews
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, readings of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull and Nikki Anne Schmutz for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 152.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading: Eventually By Nikki Anne Schmutz
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, readings of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull and Nikki Anne Schmutz for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 151.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading: The Dinghy By Kathy Johnson
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, readings of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull and Nikki Anne Schmutz for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 150.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading: Live Your Life Like a Leaf By Will Pennington
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, readings of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull and Nikki Anne Schmutz for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 149.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading: In a Winter Cabin By David Bankson
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, readings of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull and Nikki Anne Schmutz for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers
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[BLOCKED] ESW 148.Deconstructing Fantasy Writing With Charles E Yallowitz
Learn about the nuts and bolts of fantasy writing and world building. Learn how to look at your world as a character with fantasy author Charles E Yallowitz. Gain trusted advice and perspective from Charles and other writers featured on Eat Sleep Write. Use every moment you can learning the craft of writing by listening while on the go, in your car, at the gym, or while you’re on break at work. Eat Sleep Write is here to help you become the writer you’ve dreamed of being.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 147. Lessons on the Writers Voice - Plot and Character By Randall Andrews
Welcome to “Lessons on the Writer’s Voice”. Gain trusted advice and perspective from writers featured on Eat Sleep Write. Use every moment you can learning the craft of writing by listening while on the go; in your car, at the gym, or while you’re on break at work. Eat Sleep Write is here to help you become the writer you’ve dreamed of being.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 146. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading: Soul's Release By Susan Joyner Stumpf
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull and Nikki Anne Schmutz for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 145. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading: Elemental Grace By Jackson Ahern
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull and Nikki Anne Schmutz for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers. Elemental Grace read By Nikki Anne Schmutz.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 144. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading: Bully By Daniel VanGilder
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull and Nikki Anne Schmutz for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 143. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading: Lonely By Nikki Anne Schmutz
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull and Nikki Anne Schmutz for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely, and experience an intimate escape from your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 142. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading: Destiny's Hue By Susan Joyner-Stumpf
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones, listen closely and escape your world for a few minutes. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 141. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading: Escalante By Jackson Ahern
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones and escape your world for a moment or two. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 140.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading: I Saw You Today By Belinda Kinnari
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones and escape your world for a moment or two. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 139.Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading: Topaz By Susan Joyner-Stumpf
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull for the Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones and escape your world for a moment or two. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 138. Voices of the Writers - Poetry Reading: Ink By Daniel Van Gilder
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of poems, vignettes and stories by Adam Scull for Eat Sleep Write Podcast. Put on your headphones and escape your world for a moment or two. Get close to our stories and poetry by listening to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 137. Lessons on the Writers Voice - Well vs. Good By Randall Andrews
Welcome to “Lessons on the Writer’s Voice”. Gain trusted advice and perspective from writers featured on Eat Sleep Write. Use every moment you can learning the craft of writing by listening while on the go; in your car, at the gym, or while you’re on break at work. Eat Sleep Write is here to help you become the writer you’ve dreamed of being.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 136.Voices of the Writers - Born of Words By Randall Andrews
Welcome to Voices of the Writers, a reading of vignettes and stories by Adam Scull on Eat Sleep Write. Put on your headphones and escape your world for a moment or two. Get close to the story and listen to Voices of the Writers.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 135. Lessons on the Writer’s Voice - Grammar Terms: Letters R & S By Randall Andrews
Welcome to “Lessons on the Writer’s Voice”. Gain trusted advice and perspective from writers featured on Eat Sleep Write. Use every moment you can learning the craft of writing by listening while on the go; in your car, at the gym, or while you’re on break at work. Eat Sleep Write is here to help you become the writer you’ve dreamed of being.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 134. Lessons on the Writer’s Voice - Conscious vs. Conscience By Randall Andrews
Welcome to “Lessons on the Writer’s Voice”. Gain trusted advice and perspective from writers featured on Eat Sleep Write. Use every moment you can learning the craft of writing by listening while on the go; in your car, at the gym, or while you’re on break at work. Eat Sleep Write is here to help you become the writer you’ve dreamed of being.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 133. Lessons on the Writer’s Voice - The Importance of Writing the Backstory By Brian Larson
Welcome to “Lessons on the Writer’s Voice”. Gain trusted advice and perspective from writers featured on Eat Sleep Write. Use every moment you can learning the craft of writing by listening while on the go; in your car, at the gym, or while you’re on break at work. Eat Sleep Write is here to help you become the writer you’ve dreamed of being.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 132. Lessons on the Writer’s Voice - A Lesson on Ballad Poems By Nikki Anne Schmutz
Welcome to “Lessons on the Writer’s Voice”. Gain trusted advice and perspective from writers featured on Eat Sleep Write. Use every moment you can learning the craft of writing by listening while on the go; in your car, at the gym, or while you’re on break at work. Eat Sleep Write is here to help you become the writer you’ve dreamed of being.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 131. Lessons on the Writer’s Voice - Four Writing Nuggets By Randall Andrews
Welcome to “Lessons on the Writer’s Voice”. Gain trusted advice and perspective from writers featured on Eat Sleep Write. Use every moment you can learning the craft of writing by listening while on the go; in your car, at the gym, or while you’re on break at work. Eat Sleep Write is here to help you become the writer you’ve dreamed of being.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 130. Lessons on the Writer’s Voice - The Reality of Writing By Randall Andrews
Welcome to “Lessons on the Writer’s Voice”. Gain trusted advice and perspective from writers featured on Eat Sleep Write. Use every moment you can learning the craft of writing by listening while on the go; in your car, at the gym, or while you’re on break at work. Eat Sleep Write is here to help you become the writer you’ve dreamed of being.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 129. Breaking Love with Acclaimed Author MJ Summers
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull in conversation with contemporary romance author MJ Summers. Luc Chevalier is a satisfied man – or so he thinks. His businesses are thriving, he has all the excitement, money and beautiful women any man could want. He dines at the best restaurants and stays at the most luxurious hotels as he makes his way around the globe. So why does he suddenly find himself so restless? Megan Sullivan is a single mom with a rather ordinary life. She is comfortable with things just the way they are. She has a six-year-old son, Elliott, a cozy house in Boulder, Colorado, and a photography business to put food on the table. Her ex lives hours away in Florida, providing enough space for him to feed his drug addiction without exposing Elliott to his father's illness. Megan is on her own and she intends to keep it that way. Megan is convinced by her best friend to take a trip to Paris for a few days. Little does she know she is about to be thrust into the arms of Luc Chevalier, the sexiest man to ever set foot on the Eiffel Tower. They agree to one night together and no more. In those few short hours he manages to draw out the passionate woman that Megan has carefully hidden way for years. Once she has a taste of what she's been missing, she finds it almost impossible to go back to her life as it was. Will two people who don't believe in happily-ever-after manage to put aside their doubts and find their forever?
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[BLOCKED] ESW 128. Lessons on the Writer’s Voice - The Tanka By Nikki Anne Schmutz
Welcome to “Lessons on the Writer’s Voice”. Gain trusted advice and perspective from writers featured on Eat Sleep Write. Use every moment you can learning the craft of writing by listening while on the go; in your car, at the gym, or while you’re on break at work. Eat Sleep Write is here to help you become the writer you’ve dreamed of being. Tanka is one of the oldest forms of Japanese poetry. It originated in the seventh century and was celebrated in the Imperial Court, where nobles took part in contests. The tanka resembles a sonnet in form and meaning, and was often written as a declaration of love. Translated, the word tanka means “short song”.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 127. Creating a Goal Sheet By Randall Andrews
Welcome to “Lessons on the Writer’s Voice”. Gain trusted advice and perspective from writers featured on Eat Sleep Write. Use every moment you can learning the craft of writing by listening while on the go; in your car, at the gym, or while you’re on break at work. Eat Sleep Write is here to help you become the writer you’ve dreamed of being.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 126. Poetry Lesson on Limerick By Nikki Anne Schmutz
Welcome to “Lessons on the Writer’s Voice”. Gain trusted advice and perspective from writers featured on Eat Sleep Write. Use every moment you can learning the craft of writing by listening while on the go; in your car, at the gym, or while you’re on break at work. Eat Sleep Write is here to help you become the writer you’ve dreamed of being.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 125: Everything Sci-Fi with author Brian Larson
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull in this new continuing monthly series of Everything Sci-Fi, exploring the challenges and the rewards of writing in the science fiction genre. Today we will concentrate on language and using a universal translator to cope with different methods of communicating across species.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 124. Frankly Speaking with author Don Massenzio
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull in conversation with detective/mystery/crime writer Don Massenzio, author of "Frankly Speaking" - A Frank Rozzani Detective Novel, the first of a series. A 16 year old girl has disappeared. The police believe she is a runaway. Her parents believe she has been taken and is being held against her will. When the parents enlist the services of Frank Rozzani, a former police officer turned private detective, a series of events begins to unfold that implicates a popular local pastor and the religious stronghold of the ultra-conservative community. Frank Rozzani, a transplant to Jacksonville, Florida from Syracuse, New York, must find the young girl despite the obstacles launched at him from the local police and others whose interests may be compromised by his investigation. Frank enlists the help of his associate Clifford “Jonesy” Jones to find the girl, uncover the conspiracy, and stay alive. While solving the case, Frank must deal with the demons that drove him from Upstate New York causing him to leave traumatic memories and his children behind.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 123. Little Yellow Stickies with Rachael Mcintosh
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull in this fascinating conversation with Rachael L. McIntosh, author of
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[BLOCKED] ESW 122. A Deal With God with author Michael Haden
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull on this fascinating conversation about reliving a life by making a deal with God. When Deana Murphy died she told God she would do anything if he would let her come back. Deana didn
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[BLOCKED] ESW 121. Prisoner of the Swiss with Rob Morris
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull in this touching conversation with author/military historian Rob Morris about becoming a better person and living a better life after experiencing the horrors of WWII. Dan Culler was a young Top Turret Gunner/Flight Engineer on a B-24 bomber crew in the 44th Bomb Group, (famous for the Ploesti oil fields raid). The crew was shot up during a mission and forced to land in neutral Switzerland, where they were sent to internment camps high in the Swiss Alps. Life was Spartan but not bad, unless one tried to escape, as Dan did. After his capture, Dan was sent to the Swiss Federal Prison at Wauilermoos, a camp administered by a sadistic Swiss Nazi named Andre Beguin. This began several months of torture, beatings, and confinement during which the U.S. government formerly denied the camp's very existence. Finally, Dan's body wracked by tuberculosis covered with sores, and broken internally by torture, Dan was saved by a British sergeant major and sent to a tuberculosis hospital, from which he made a daring escape with some of his crew, at one point running under a hail of bullets and jumping a barbed wire emplacement along the Swiss/French border. Dan's war was just beginning, for his own government continued to discount the existence of the camp, and Dan was ordered by the O.S.S. never to speak of it. For many years, he received no compensation or help for his incarceration. In 1995, Dan wrote his memoir, The Black Hole of Wauwilermoos, and printed a private run of 1,000 books, which quickly sold out. It became a classic in the genre of POW memoirs, and is often quoted in modern histories, most recently by Donald Miller in Masters of the Air, (soon to be a miniseries from Tom Hanks and Stephen Spielberg). Military historian Rob Morris, a longtime friend of Dan Culler, approached Dan about the possibility of producing a new, revised, and updated edition in 2014. This book is the result. In the book, the text has been streamlined, many rare photos have been added from sources in both the U.S. and Switzerland (some never before seen), and the book has been updated to cover Dan's life since 1995 and the progress of the drive to recognize American prisoners of Wauwilermoos with the Prisoner of War Medal. The man who led this effort, Army Major Dwight Mears, wrote the introduction and also discusses how he was able to secure the award, which was finally given in April of 2014. This is a disturbing book that is a testament to one man's will to live, and his lifelong struggle for justice in a military system and a nation that seemed to have forgotten his sacrifices.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 120. Worlds Apart - Leah with Andrea Baker
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull in a conversation with British paranormal author Andrea Baker. Nightmares are just dreams, aren
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[BLOCKED] ESW 119. Portals, Passages & Pathways with B.R. Maul
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull in this engrossing conversation with B.R. Maul about being a YA author. When a portal to another world cracks open just outside the small town of Riverside, it sets off a series of events forever changing the lives of two boys; one boy is chosen to lead a world to peace while the other one is chosen to tear it apart. Simon Whittaker lives an ordinary teenage life. That is until the most powerful ring in the land of Magnanthia chooses him to become its guardian. Overnight, Simon has had to flee from something trying to kill him, seen magical spells he had only read about in stories, and stepped into the most majestic world ever imagined.   Swept away to the fantastic world that’s in the midst of a brutal war, Simon must place his life in the hands of four unlikely travelers, a swordsman, ranger, cleric, and wizard, sent to lead him down the  right path. While King Elderten has ordered death to Magnanthia’s nine guardians, the group he believes is responsible for the kingdom’s devastation, Simon remains the only hope for those who believe the guardians are innocent. Meanwhile, Jak Jakobsin has been pulled through a portal by two of Bedlam’s undead scouts.  Bedlam’s overlord plans to use Jak, along with his army of undead, goblins, and trolls, to build a force so powerful that Magnanthia will be his forever. “Portals, Passages & Pathways” is a story of our greatest journey, to discover our purpose in this life, and the consequences of the choices we make to get there. “In the Land of Magnanthia” is the first novel in the series and is told from the alternating viewpoints of Jak and Simon. 
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[BLOCKED] ESW 118. Courier with Terry Irving
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull in a wonderful conversation with tv writer-turned-novelist Terry Irving. Vietnam veteran and courier for one of the capital’s leading television networks, Rick Putnam is trying to get his life back together after his nightmarish ordeal in the war. Racing at breakneck speed through the streets of the capital, he not only intends to be the best courier in the business, he also intends to escape the demons that haunt him. But when Rick picks up film from a news crew interviewing a government worker with a hot story, his life begins to unravel as everyone involved in the story dies within hours of the interview and Rick realizes he is the next target. Enlisting the aid of friends who are on the forefront of building (and hacking into) the government’s computer databases, and a beautiful young Indian Rights activist, Eve Buffalo Calf, Rick races full throttle through the streets of the nation’s capital to stay ahead of his pursuers as he searches for answers. When he discovers the killings have been orchestrated by a rogue CIA agent and his team of assassins, Rick isn’t surprised when his road to the truth leads directly to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 117. Quality Snacks with Andy Mozina
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull in a delightful and informative conversation about the art of writing short stories. “Quality Snacks” has already made some waves. The short story collection was a semi-finalist for the Mary McCarthy Prize in Short Fiction (2011) and finalist for multiple honors including the Elixir Press Fiction Award (2012), Dzanc Short Story Collection Contest (2012), Flannery O’Connor Short Fiction Award (2011) and the Autumn House Fiction Contest (2011). Mozina grew up in Brookfield, Wisc., a suburb of Milwaukee. He studied economics at Northwestern University and later attended Harvard Law School for a year. He earned a master’s degree in creative writing from Boston University. He moved to St. Louis where he completed a doctorate in English literature at Washington University. Finally, after graduate school, he moved to Kalamazoo, Mich., in 1999 to teach literature and creative writing at Kalamazoo College.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 116. Life in the Publishing Fast Lane with Elizabeth Pryblski
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull for this continuing series; a no-holds-barred conversation on the good and the bad about being a writer today. With over 9,000 books published per month, learn from Elizabeth Pryblski, a professional book editor, how to stand out from the crowd and rise above the competition in this very frank discussion on how to meet the challenges of becoming a published author. This 2nd episode of Life in the Publishing Fast Lane will guide you through the maze of both self-publishing and traditional publishing. Stay with us for this new and exciting monthly podcast!
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[BLOCKED] ESW 115. In the Spirit of Forgiveness with Debbie A. McClure
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull in this revealing conversation with Author Debbie A. McClure on her paranormal/murder mystery sequel, "In the Spirit of Forgiveness". Death can hold as many uncertainties as life. Destiny brought them together, but greed could tear them apart. In England for a much-deserved vacation, Claire Jacobs has fallen in love. However, fate has played a cruel trick on Claire, and now a mystery more than a hundred years old could take her happiness, as well as her life. Sir Richard Abbottsford, of England’s grand Kent Estate, has finally reunited with his true love. He never imagined it would take more than a century for that to happen. But the past and present are intricately entwined, and as the lovers soon discover, sometimes even death is not an end. As Claire and Richard struggle to adjust to the obstacles of their unique relationship, they are forced to deal with a vengeful foe determined to put an end to them both—forever. Time has kept the mystery of Sir Richard's death tightly shrouded, but the heart has a way of overcoming even the most impossible. A little magic can't hurt either. Loving a ghost isn’t easy.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 114. Fin's Magic with KateMarie Collins
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull in this fascinating conversation about fantasy writing with KateMarie Collins. Fin's Magic: A Book of the Amari. Fin is one of the Amari, the only race that can do magic. They don’t wave their fingers or cast spells. The magic is very organic and comes about because of the connection between them and the earth itself. Because of this ability, the Amari have been enslaved and forced to do magic for those who chain them. If their magic is used for ill/harm, the earth retaliates by harming the caster. Not only is Fin’s race enslaved, it’s in danger of becoming extinct. Fin has spent her entire life looking over her shoulder, hiding her true nature. With the help of Emile, Alaric, Trystian and Gwen, she’s evaded capture for the last twenty years. One night, their camp is met by a group of slavers looking for stray Amari. As the battle ensues, Fin is forced to use her magic to defend herself. The life she takes results in an angry and painful scar running from her shoulder to elbow.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 113. Final Trimester with Dianna T. Benson
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull talking with returning suspense writer Dianna T. Benson about her new book, "Final Trimester". Synopsis: Paramedic Jodi Duncan recognizes the work of a serial killer before Myrtle Beach PD even suspects a connection between the deaths of two pregnant women. Despite the vast differences in the two cases, Jodi urges Detective Nate Quigley to think outside the box. After digging deep into the separate investigations, Nate finds no evidence to support a serial killer theory, and he warns Jodi to back off police business, which only fuels her obsession with the cases. When another pregnant woman is murdered, Nate is named lead detective on the case. As he works to link the deaths and unmask and stop a serial murderer, Jodi becomes the killer’s new target. A killer who is determined to ignore God’s harassment and the devil’s badgering and live his life according to his own will.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 112. Legends of Windermere with Charles E. Yallowitz
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull as we dig deep into the world of writing high fantasy with Charles E. Yallowitz, the author of Legends of Windemere, which includes, Beginning of a Hero, Prodigy of Rainbow Tower, Allure of the Gypsies, and Family of the Tri-Rune. Take a step into the magical world of Windemere where history is forged by brave adventurers. Luke Callindor was born into Windemere’s most decorated family of adventurers. Since his birth, he has been treated with the greatest amount of respect and awe. Now, with a lifetime of training and the reckless cockiness of youth, Luke has set out to prove that he deserves the admiration that comes from being a Callindor. Luke gets his chance when he convinces a royal messenger to hire him to protect the heir of Duke Solomon. This future leader is secretly attending Hamilton Military Academy, an esteemed school run by the former mercenary, Selenia Hamilton. It is a dangerous secret mission requiring that Luke pretend to be an average student while keeping an eye out for any sign of danger. Unfortunately, Luke has no idea which student the heir is and a demonic assassin is already several steps ahead of him. Finding himself in over his head and constantly in trouble, the young warrior realizes that the only things he has on his side are some new friends and his unwavering courage.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 111. See You in Hell with Demelza Carlton
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull in this delightful podcast with Australian writer Demelza Carlton. Melody Angel takes a job as a temp at the HELL Corporation. Surrounded by eternal bureaucracy gone mad, demons who love making life miserable, and dying for a decent coffee, it may take a miracle for Mel's mission to succeed. She must find out what evil plans Lucifer and his minions have in store and stop them, using any means necessary. Adding trouble and temptation to Mel's job is Luce Iblis, the damnably hot CEO, who has set his smouldering eyes on the new office angel and he's determined to claim her, body and soul.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 110. Life in the Publishing Fast Lane with Elizabeth Prybylski
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull for this no-holds-barred conversation on the good and the bad about being a writer today. With over 9,000 books published per month, learn from Elizabeth, a professional book editor, how to stand out from the crowd and rise above the competition in this very frank discussion on how to meet the challenges of becoming a published author. This episode of Life in the Publishing Fast Lane will be the premiere of our new monthly podcast guiding you through the maze of both self-publishing and traditional publishing. Stay with us for this new and exciting monthly podcast!
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[BLOCKED] ESW 109. At the End of the Line with Kathryn Dionne & Abby Vandiver writing as Kathryn Longino
Join Eat Sleep Write's host Adam Scull for this wonderful account of a writing collaboration between two authors that have never met face-to-face. A wrong number and a cry of desperation at the end of the line sparks a long distance friendship between two women who’ve never met. Through fourteen years of trouble and heartache from a stagnant domestic life, the struggle for civil rights, and the stigma of interracial relationships, a bond forms between the two that changes both of their lives forever. It’s 1958, a time when women and Negroes are deemed second-class and are being second-guessed, from there arises the perfect storm for change, and the perfect time for an unlikely friendship. Beatrice “Beanie” Peterson, forced to marry at fifteen and live with two sister wives, six children, and an abusive husband twenty years her senior, is looking for a way out. Adeline “Liddie” Garrison, friend of Jack Kennedy, wife of a prominent Boston business man, and resident of Beacon Hill has already found her way in.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 108. On Being A Teenage Writer with Henna Hundal
Join me on the Eat Sleep Write Podcast for this very interesting interview centered around a teenage writer. Henna Hundal is a 16 year old high school junior from Turlock, California. She writes regularly for two local newspapers and has been published in a variety of print and online publications. She has a special focus on health writing, particularly as it relates to young people, and blogs on teen health issues for the Huffington Post. In her free time, she can be found either reading, writing, or doing radio.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 107. Pretty Dark Nothing with Heather L. Reid
Join Eat Sleep Write host Adam Scull in a conversation with paranormal author Heather L. Reid. Seventeen-year-old Quinn hasn’t slept a full night in twenty-three days. She’s terrified of the demons that stalk her dreams, pull her into a deep dark nothingness and whisper hauntingly of her death. Exhausted, Quinn dozes off in the school hallway, and Aaron, an amnesiac with a psychic ability, accidentally enters her nightmare. If Quinn can learn to trust her heart, and Aaron can discover the secret locked away in his fragile memory, their combined power could banish the darkness back to the underworld for good. That is, unless the demons kill them first.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 106. My Grl with John Howell
My GRL is the story of John J. Cannon, successful San Francisco lawyer, who takes a well-deserved leave of absence from his firm. He travels to a small Texas fishing town and buys a boat, unaware that his new purchase, renamed My GRL, had already been targeted by a terrorist group. John’s first inkling of a problem is when he wakes up in the hospital. He learns he was found unconscious next to the dead body of the attractive young woman who sold him the boat in the first place.  John now stands between the terrorists and the success of their mission.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 105. The Lollipop Tree with Karen Schaufeld
A journey of a strong and proud little tree! Once remarked upon for her tall stature and growing limbs, an incredible storm leaves her scarred and the tree must fight all odds to regain the strength and beauty once marveled at by passersby. The Lollipop Tree is a beautiful and unusual story that young readers will come to love through seasons of change. Join me in conversation with author Karen Schaufeld about the mechanics of writing a children's book.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 104. Faces On My Wall with Jesse Wilson
A coming-of-age story, meet Jamey Fuller, a cocky California kid who achieves his wildest ambition: admission to The Juilliard School in New York City, the country’s most prestigious acting school. Once there, he is sure, he will find fame and glory. He will dance on tables, as in “Fame.” He will take his place among the Great Actors of his time, freed from the fear of becoming just like his father, a director of Hollywood TV spots. He will be worthy of the famous artists adorning his bedroom wall, from Jim Morrison to Jack Kerouac. Jesse's podcast is much more about the philosophical side of acting and writing than the details of his story, and can be used as an aid to becoming a better writer. Join me in this fascinating conversation with author, playwright and teacher Jesse Wilson.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 103. Roundtable Discussion On Building Worlds
Join me and Demelza Carlton, author of the Ocean’s Gift series, Brian Larson, author of The Secret of the Crystal Series and James Hill, author of Pegasus: A Journey to New Eden, as we examine the methods and techniques of how to build worlds in this enjoyable roundtable discussion.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 102. Writing Is A Business with Sonja Hegman
As the world of newspapers imploded and jobs in her field became scarcer than gold, Sonja let her dream of winning a Pulitzer while working at The New York Times die. When she did, she discovered a new dream: to continue earning her living at the thing she loves best by starting her own writing business. She is now the Chief Wordsmith for her Writer’s Chat Stew and utilizes her journalistic edge and quick wit as an editorial consultant, helping business owners and other writers with social media, website content, and all of their writing needs. Follow Sonja on twitter @ChiefWordsmith, to learn even more about how to treat writing as a business.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 101. Death in Venice, California with Vinton McCabe
Jameson Frame is a minor poet, a disinterested scholar, and a sometimes television talk show guest who is haunted by the idea that the best part of life is behind him.  He impulsively trades the cold canyons of Manhattan for the sun-drenched Bedouin village that is Venice, California, home to wiccans, vegans, transients, artists, drummers, plastic surgeons, tarot card readers . . . and Chase, a youth of such arresting beauty that he becomes the object, the subject, and the reason for Frame’s obsessive yearning. Yearning, for Frame, becomes a hair-trigger thing, as his desire for youth—the restoration of his own, the possession of the boy’s—sets him off, unmoored, on a journey through all that modern culture has to offer by way of consumption, enjoyment and release, only to find himself ultimately caught in a downward spiral.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 100. What Method? By Jessie Fahay
There are many methods an actor may choose to study. There is Stanislavski,Meisner, Adler, Alexander, Hagen, that random British director you met in college who changed your life, that Spanish actor you watched in that play who has been your entire inspiration, etc. What do all of these methods really do for the actor's instrument? How can these methods help you in your writing? Learn about acting, writing and character development in this fascinating podcast with author Jessie Fahay.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 99. The Outmate with Victoria Trenton
Chrissie Laursen doesn’t date models. Having barely survived her battle with alcoholism and just out of a ten-year marriage that lasted nine years too long, she’s laser focused on her thriving Miami Beach business: promoting erotic photographers in local galleries. She has no time for the ego driven pretty boys that proliferate in that business. For so long she’s wondered if life and love would ever truly touch her that she decides to go it alone. Then she sees the glacial blue eyes and rugged, animal intensity of Nick Jessup, and her resolve begins to fracture. Irresistibly drawn to him, she begins a relationship with Nick and soon becomes obsessed with his dominant, controlling personality. Even his dangerous past doesn’t scare her. But before their charged sexual energy culminates in passion, the peril of Nick’s past explodes into the present and he is sentenced to thirty-five years in prison for a horrific crime. Faced with the reality that her life can either return to the empty normalcy she’s always known or continue through the terrifying and exhilarating doorway that Nick’s arrival has opened…she makes a decision to do something that will never allow her to go back to the fragile life she’s just rebuilt.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 98. Green Valley with Israel Parker
A serial killer is on the loose in Green Valley, but what if he's the good guy? The year is 2036 and the United States is pulling out of an economic crisis, thanks to new industries and technologies that thrive in Green Valley, Ohio. Regarded as "America's Hope," the city also boasts being named the safest city in America for five years running. But now Green Valley, one of only a handful of cities protected by the still-experimental Unified Enforcement Police, struggles to catch a new-era murderer who continues to kill and elude capture. As the elite federal police close in on the killer, they discover that something darker has infiltrated their perfect city. Happily bumbling through his predictable life, Milton Simon comes face-to-face with murderer Clarence Jasper and is surprised to find that the killer has a message for him: JOIN ME. Milton soon learns that not only is Green Valley not the safe haven everyone perceives it to be; it’s Hell on Earth.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 97. Fearless Puppy on American Road with Doug "10" Rose
Doug "10" Rose tells his stories of 35+ years hitchhiking. This (mostly) true story reads like a fantasy. Fearless Puppy is a transfictional self-help book that is part adventure, part travel, part 1960's counter-culture. It is both comedic and dramatic—a butt kicking, page-turning adventure story that makes deep spiritual impressions. Within this book you will meet several saintly Tibetan Lamas. You will also meet a man who is his own uncle, specialists in smoke, mirrors, and invisibility, spirited sex, oxygen orgasms, heavenly Hell’s Angels, phony preachers, domestic violence/domestic solutions, racist killers in America, Canadian race wars, Native American wise men, a bit of Christian ethics and Jewish ritual, angelic witches, benevolent heroin addicts, magical birds, an all-lesbian band playing a rock concert for the deaf, the musician raised by multi-ethnic golden-hearted prostitutes, martial artists battling neo-Nazis, the modern-day Robin Hood, and many other strangely wonderful people. Buckle your seatbelt tightly, take a deep breath, and enjoy the ride.
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[BLOCKED] ESW96. Ocean's Gift with Demelza Carlton
Three mermaids - Vanessa, Belinda and Maria - swim ashore to pick humans’ brains and indulge their taste for chili, chocolate and ice cream. They encounter Joe, a foul-mouthed fisherman with an eye for nice boobs and quite a handy man to have around when the lights go out. He’ll fix your generator and have the lights back on in no time, no worries. Just as long as the dolphins don’t get him first. A story about fishing, lobsters, beer and boobs, on some cursed islands off the West Australian coast.  At least that’s how Joe tells it. For the mermaids, it’s a slightly different story.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 95. Nadia's Obsession with Charles Martin
Nadia’s Obsession continues the story of a young Russian woman introduced in Charles Martin’s first novel, Provocateur. A brief prologue enables readers to jump right into this second novel, if they have not read the first. Nadia was born an orphan and had a troubled, desperate early life, but was blessed with superior intelligence and beauty. She escapes her impoverished circumstances, coming to America through a mail-order-bride program. In America she becomes involved with an ex-CIA agent named Olga and, as part of her unique enterprise, is catapulted into a thrilling and dangerous high life filled with suspense, intrigue and sexual tension.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 94. Java Man with Harris Gray
What do you do when a nightmare threatens your dream? In the disturbingly funny new novel from the authors of Vampire Vic, Brian Lawson receives a dread diagnosis: cancer. But he won't spare a moment from saving his struggling coffeeshop, even if success comes with his dying breath. Divorced and ostracized in the rural community, Andrea Goldine sets her sights on the charismatic java man. Brian's doctors ravage him with chemo and radiation, yet the tumor on his shin grows. Brian drafts Andrea into his battle with a competing coffeeshop, desperate to tap the college campus's retail gold mine. But Andrea yearns for a different partnership. Passions simmer below the surface of the tight-lipped community. Fresh from prison, North Dakota's legendary basketball goddess dangles a ticket to Brian's campus coffee dreams, and a disgraced scientist's toxin treatment tantalizes. Two miracles for two maladies--with one cure more deadly than the next.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 93. Hunter's Moon with Cory Williams
Harrikh was a military leader and a hero on the world of Lonari, until he was condemned for crimes against that world and his people, the Ynan.  In his exile, he transformed from pariah to monster, and undertook a life’s mission written in blood and fire. Jan Baker, a young man raised on Earth, is one among many Ynan refugees who were scattered amongst the stars when Harrikh returned to Lonari to fulfill a terrible promise in a single act of unparalleled barbarity. Valerie Phillips, a young Philadelphia art student, comes to love Jan and provide for him an anchor of reality, while he, in turn, makes her life more surreal than she could have ever imagined. With their numbers gradually dwindling as Harrikh continues his mission of genocide, the last of the Ynan must fight for the right to exist, and Jan must face his destiny.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 92. Declaration with Rachel Wade
Carter Montgomery spent most of his life blending in, and he liked it that way. It was always better to be seen, not heard. And while a theatric streak and friendly demeanor might have fooled most people, he knew the truth—he was the shy one. The quiet kid most people forgot about. Some might have considered that a bad thing, but those people all wanted to be in the spotlight. The only place Carter didn’t mind attention was on stage, with The Hellions. Once content in his comfort zone in Seattle, Washington, he only knew three things: confrontation was to be avoided, keeping the peace was priority, and the moment he lost Kate Parker to Professor Ryan Campbell, he had no clue what to do with his life. Playing gigs, working at Pike Place Market, and watching BBC after the love of his life sailed off into the sunset just wasn’t going to cut it anymore.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 91. Given Away: A Sicilian Upbringing with Marainna Randazzo
In Sicily, 1935 a four-year child walks away from her loving family, her mother, her sister and an infant brother, with a great-aunt for a vacation. She spends the next eight years of her life absent from their lives. It was not an abduction nor was it an adoption. Tina lives in a one-room house in one of the poorest regions of Sicily. She sleeps between a loving aunt and a deranged uncle. She shares her breakfast with goats and chickens while living in the shadow of fascism. The child grows up while WW II ravages the town. Her school is taken over by German soldiers and the things like bread and eggs that were once plentiful, no longer exist. Less than 25 kilometers away her family leads a very different life. After eight years, she returns home to find her childhood interrupted again. This time sickness, warfare and destruction are her enemies. In wartime Europe, childhood does not exist. The child witnesses and experiences many disturbing things from her uncouth, unsanitary living conditions to the failed paratroopers dangling from trees during the allied invasion. Tina is a survivor. She is able to forgive those who took so much away from her. Her spirit trumps over adversity during the war times within and around her.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 90. New Wings with Donna Stanley
Olivia Stanton always knew the Bible says guardian angels exist. But, in all her seventeen years, she assumed they only showed up when people were dying or needed rescue from sudden disaster. Her assumption is shattered with the appearance of her own guardian angel – in the form of the good-looking Mike, no less. As Olivia gets to know Mike, more and more of her misconceptions about the spiritual realm are revealed. And, as her spiritual eyes are opened to the presence of angels all around, she’ll find they can be good or evil.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 89. There Are No Do-Overs with Tom Raffio & Dave Cowens
There Are No Do-Overs is a game-changing management book that offers readers insight on how to create a winning team at the office by reviewing lessons from the basketball court. Think of it as a full-court press that shows business leaders how to bring their A game—from tip-off to working overtime—and what it takes to win. Combining lessons from the boardroom with directives on how to make big wins in the NBA, There Are No Do-Overs shows readers the devil is in the details. In other words: success is the sum of paying attention to detail when it comes to business, sports, and life.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 88. The Blue Hour with Julie Tetel Andresen
Cancer researcher Alexandra Kaminski is on the verge of a scientific breakthrough when she crosses paths with pharmaceutical representative, Val Dorsainville, and the two are drawn into the mystery, passion, and tragedy of their past lives in 1880s Paris. Can they solve the mystery and avert tragedy this time around?
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[BLOCKED] ESW 87. Divas Never Flinch with Jon McDonald
Battles never cease and sparks fly when Sonora and Connye—the two Grand Divas of the Santa Fe Social Scene—strategize to best each other in a no-holds-barred look at adventures in social one-upmanship. Who says there are no longer civil wars in America? Santa Fe, New Mexico is the epicenter of epic battles fought between the two Queens of the local social scene. Told through a series of episodic tales, this satirical novel lurches back and forth between stories of the two Divas, tracing the rise and fall in the fortunes of Sonora and Connye, as they try to outdo each other and reign as Queen. The battles are played out in the most civil of terms. Dinner parties, social events, and outside journeys to Puerto Vallarta, New Orleans, and New York carry the action through Southwest-style political intrigue; the search for buried treasure; a Hollywood movie premiere, and the colorful exploits of an additional cast of sexually complex, supporting characters. The climax comes when a new competitor arrives on the scene: Amanda Beor-Bink, a world-class fashion designer, who actively conspires, using her celebrity and money to claim the crown of “Queen of Santa Fe” for herself. But can and will Sonora and Connye take up the challenge to their already established supremacy?
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[BLOCKED] ESW 86. Salem VI: Rebecca’s Rising with Jack Heath
Having stepped off the fast track of prime-time network television news, John Andrews has chosen a quieter life as editor of Salem News, a small paper in a quiet New England town. Life is perfect until Andrews’ wife is killed in a tragic accident. After several years of trying to numb the pain with alcohol, Andrews is visited by the spirit of a long dead ancestor who opens a door to a shocking family history. After he experiences a surreal glimpse into the past, Andrews must confront the question of whether he is losing his mind or whether for several hundred years his ancestors have been engaged in a secret battle with a coven that worships Satan. Fueled by the need to understand whether his wife’s death was really an accident or something far more sinister, Andrews, along with his beautiful assistant editor, risk everything to discover a truth so horrifying it threatens to destroy everything and everyone he knows and loves.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 85. Cloak & Dagger with Gayane Avetis
When Ruby Rahman runs away from the (fictitious) Middle Eastern country of Inevia to the United States to avoid an arranged marriage, instead of achieving the freedom she seeks, she finds herself trapped instead—in a house full of vampires. This “family” of attractive young vampires, known as the Scotts, don’t want to suck her blood. In fact, they have been taking care of Ruby since the accident she was involved in leaving the airport from Las Vegas. But when she tries to leave their house, they inform her that they’re going to have to kill her, before their leaders kill them for the crime of exposing her to the truth of their existence. The worst part of all: Ruby finds out that one who has been charged with the responsibility of killing her is William Scott, the most handsome vampire in the house, who has been sending her mixed messages since she arrived. She isn’t sure any more if running away from her father—and from a country where women are not respected—was such a smart idea. She might as well have stayed home and spent her life in a loveless marriage than be drained of her blood by a cold, heartless vampire like William.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 84. Storyteller Gerald Hausman Reads Dr. Moledinsky's Castle
Got time for a good tale? Slip on your ear-buds, get comfortable and listen with fascination as storyteller Gerald Hausman reads Doctor Moledinky's Castle: A Hometown Tale. This excerpt comes from a collection of stories shaped into what I called a "hometown novel" because I didn't know what else to call it. As a whole it was a novel, a memoir and a collection of short stories all rolled into one. The book got good reviews and also was honored by appearing on School Library Journal's selection of "100 Children's Books Too Good to Miss." Reviewers called Doctor Moledinky's Castle "... eerie, poetic, engaging, memorable, mysterious, surprising, unusual and original."
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[BLOCKED] ESW 83. A Conversation on Science Fiction with James Hill
Psycho Science Fiction Book Gives a New Twist To Noah’s Ark. Author James L. Hill creates a futuristic world where technology has replaced God and mankind struggles to retain its humanity. Pegasus: A Journey To New Eden is a psychological thriller that show how wrong society can go when technology is uncontrolled. This suspenseful hair-raiser allows the readers to explore a twisted future where corporations replace governments and humans are an expendable commodity. It is a dark time of power and greed set against the desolation of space exploration. Pegasus, the first starship, will take the best that the world has to offer and transplant it on another world. Readers are taken on an emotional rollercoaster as the only two people to escape the escalating madness must wrestle control of the ship from its Artificial Intelligence and restore faith in human dignity. In this work, readers see a future that is just around the corner. Beware, technology advances faster than our knowledge of what to do with it.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 82A. The Eleventh Hour Trilogy with Kathryn Dionne
When archaeologist, Sophia Conrad, uncovers an ancient scroll hidden deep in the Judaean hills, a force greater than her conscience compels her to steal it. As she begins to translate the writings she realizes three very important facts. This is a book of prophecy foretelling the end times; it is the personal diary of Jesus; and she has been chosen to save mankind from the next cataclysmic event. But when she discovers a small piece of fabric tucked inside the scroll, she and her husband David, a geneticist, are propelled into a life of science, secrecy and government conspiracy.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 82. Werelord Thal: A Renaissance Werewolf Tale with Tracy Falbe
Thal is wanted for Devil worship and shape shifting but still boldly walks the streets of 16th century Prague. Jesuits hunt him. Mercenaries fear him. Musicians sing his praise, and women are captivated by his alpha swagger. Born of a witch and a sorcerer, he is summoned when his desperate mother casts the werewolf spell before facing torture and execution. Burdened with her magical call for vengeance Thal seeks the men that killed her. His hunt is complicated when the Magistrate’s stepdaughter Altea Kardas crosses his path. Horrified that her community is burning women to death, she can confide her doubt and fear only to Thal.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 81. The Creative Compass with Dan MIllman & Sierra Prasada
The Creative Compass: Writing Your Way from Inspiration to Publication by father and daughter coauthors Dan Millman and Sierra Prasada. If you’re a writer, storyteller, artist, or innovator, the five universal stages of creativity presented in this book will help you to: pursue ideas with which you strongly connect; observe what works for you and commit to it; work through inevitable doubt and anxiety; appreciate drafts as essential layers leading to quality work and mastery of craft; and recognize, in the practice, a metaphor that will enrich your life.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 80. Heiress Strangled In Molten Chocolate At Nazi Sex Party with Peter Hochstein
Peter Hochstein's story of how and why he became a writer and, for a while, a newspaper reporter. What it boils down to — aside from the fact that the only thing Peter ever did well was to write — he was misinformed. His whacko mother led him to believe that all writers with millionaires. Peter wanted to be rich so he could become a chick magnet. He went to a college that offered a creative writing program only to discover, when he got there, that the program had been discontinued. In his search for people who knew something about writing, he discovered the campus newspaper. This led him to a short career in the newspaper business where he was a reporter and then an editor for a now-defunct chain of New Jersey community weekly newspapers, a reporter for a small town Ohio daily newspaper, the editor of his own college newspaper, a reporter for The New York Post, and finally a writer for the king of sleazy news stand tabloids, Bob Harrison, who was starting up what turned out to be a very short-lived newspaper called Inside News. All this happened before his 24th birthday, which is where the book ends. After that he became an advertising copywriter, starting in the Madmen days. But books about that have been done to death, so Peter says you shouldn't expect him even to try.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 79. The 228 Legacy with Jennifer J. Chow
Three generations in an all-female Taiwanese family living near Los Angeles in 1980 are each guarding personal secrets. Grandmother Silk finds out that she has breast cancer, as daughter Lisa loses her job, while pre-teen granddaughter Abbey struggles with a school bully. When Silk’s mysterious past comes out—revealing a shocking historical event that left her widowed—the truth forces the family to reconnect emotionally and battle their problems together. A novel of cultural identity and long-standing secrets, The 228 Legacy weaves together multigenerational viewpoints, showing how heritage and history can influence individual behavior and family bonds.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 78. Midrealm: Realm Keepers with Garrett Robinson
Six mismatched high school kids start going to a magical universe every time they sleep. There they become the Realm Keepers, heroic wizards, each a master of one element. Now they must balance their ordinary lives on Earth with their extraordinary lives in Midrealm and stop an evil warlord from destroying civilization. Because if they fail, Earth is next.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 77. The Savvy Girl's Guide to Grace with Alicia Young
The Savvy Girl’s Guide to Grace – Channel your inner Audrey Hepburn! Simple ways to tap moments of grace and kindness amid the rush of modern life. A light and bright read for Savvy Girls everywhere…exploring ways to celebrate your life, find beauty in small moments and relish the magic around us.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 76. Travels With Lili and Carl Delvic
Travels with Lili is a children's fantasy book by Carl Delvic. The main character is a cat named Lili who has special powers (she can speak most human languages as well as the languages of animals). She uses her powers to rescue other animals from abuse and mistreatment by humans. Her owner is named Carl who remains unaware of her activities until the very end, although he does have his suspicions. There is a great deal of adventure and humor in Travels with Lili, however, it also has a message for middle readers aged 9 to 12 - The message is compassion for animals and the value of working together for a better world.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 75. Blade of Amber with A.M. Justice
In Blade of Amber, the traditional motifs of high fantasy—the quest, the talisman, the war against evil—frame the story of a young woman’s effort to define herself. Born on the world of Knownearth, Vic grew up in a small town isolated from the goings-on of the larger world. She studied as a child to be a Logkeeper and preserve knowledge handed down 200 generations from a group of spacefarers marooned and abandoned in an uncharted solar system. Kidnapped by pirates, Vic is sold as a concubine to Lornk, the Lord of Relm. He discards her knowledge, robbing her of her sense of herself.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 74A. In the Beginning with Abby Vandiver
A special edition of the Eat Sleep Write Podcast: A Conversation with author Abby Vandiver during her Blog Tour. In the Beginning is set in 1997 and finds Biblical Archaeologist Justin Dickerson unhappy with her life. She has decided to run away from her problems. Intervening, her mentor asks that she go with him to the Fifty Year Jubilee commemorating the finding of the Dead Sea Scrolls in Jerusalem. There she finds that in 1949 Jerusalem some of the 2,000 year old manuscripts, hidden in clay pots in the caves of Qumran, may have been destroyed. Justin, obsessed with this revelation, is determined to get to the bottom of the deceit. Uncontrollable emotion takes hold of her, and family and faith help guide her as she unfolds the truth of Earth's ancient mysteries discovering what really happened In the Beginning . .
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[BLOCKED] ESW 74. The Hidden Son with Dianna T. Benson
When U.S. DEA Special Agent Lelisa Desmond refuses to follow an order to bury evidence in a high profile case, her superior hires a hit man to kill her deep in the ocean off Grand Cayman Island. Lelisa survives the first attempt on her life, but someone close to her is mistakenly murdered in her place. With no one to trust, Lelisa enlists Inspector Alec Dyer for help but learns she’s his number one suspect in the scuba diving homicide. She sets off on a daring mission to bring down the man who ordered her execution. A man in a high position, with powerful friends. A man who will stop at nothing to silence her forever in order to hide his son’s crimes.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 73.Paranormal/Mystery Roundtable
Join authors Debbie McClure (In The Spirit Of Love), Bestselling author Karen Perkins (Thores-Cross & The Valkyrie Series) and USA Today Bestseller Tonya Kappes (Grooming Mr. Right), as we examine the underpinnings of writing in this increasingly popular genre.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 72. This Has Happened with David Brehmer & Jeannine Chappell
On the evening of April 14, 2011 Alex Chappell and David Brehmer were headed back to Richmond from band practice in Alex’s truck when they were struck from behind by a drunk driver. The truck rolled several times.  Alex died on the freeway that night.  David suffered serious internal injuries and two broken legs. During his recovery he began to document his thoughts, exorcising images and emotions through poems when he could not sleep. In the months following Alex’s death his mother, Jeannine Chappell, began to sketch the many powerful and haunting feelings she was experiencing, unaware of my poems.  Months later she and David saw each other’s work for the first time and discovered a common bond in their attempts to untangle the mass of thoughts and emotions welling inside.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 71. Francine's Miracle with Emeka Iwenofu
Francine's Miracle is a story that tells the life of a young Irish girl named Francine who immigrates with her family to the United States from Ireland in the search for the American Dream. This story is the beginning of The Miracle Trilogy which takes place during the 1920s era. In this setting, Francine incurs many challenges during her childhood. Despite the world of Prohibition and organized crime, the young girl endures a life of verbal abuse, violence, a dysfunctional family, poverty, tragedy, endless domestic chores and a constant plea for help away from her surroundings. It isn't until a sudden twist of fate compels the young girl to receive aid and coaching from a special woman who exposes to her a closely guarded secret that helps makes all of Francine's dreams come true.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 70. Redemption Road with author Mark Shaff
Mark Shaff is a first time published author of the thriller Redemption Road. The book is receiving rave reviews, reads like an action movie, and is the first in a 2 part sequel. A family outing turns into a nightmare when Annie Diablo goes missing while backpacking in the Eastern Sierras with her husband Marcus and their two young sons. Despite Marcus’s claims that Annie was abducted by a group of homegrown terrorists, planning to set fire to forests in and around Yosemite National Park, the FBI is convinced Marcus is responsible.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 69. Roundtable Discussion: Our Journey As Authors.
With Cheryl Renee Seagraves, El Phoenix Farris and Rene Shultz. The roundtable focuses on why they believe the indie author is a real competitor for the big time publishing houses. All three have recently published books and became acquainted with each other online. They each write in a style that is like talking to a friend, and their books deal with tough subjects of abuse.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 68. Mr. Joe - Tales From a Haunted Life with Jane Congdon & Joe Barnett
Do you believe in ghosts? Joseph Barnett didn’t give much thought to the departed until he became a school custodian in a midlife career change. Joe had no idea that his first assignment, working nights in a kindergarten school, would give new meaning to the term “graveyard shift.” When he learned that the eighty-five-year-old school had been constructed near a cemetery, the news barely registered; but then, walking the dim halls alone at night, listening to the wind outside and the sounds of the building settling, Joe was forced to confront his darkest fears.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 67. A Good Day For A Story With Gerald Hausman
Join author, folklorist and storyteller Gerald Hausman for his monthly series A Good Day For A Story. Sit back, listen and enjoy some fun stories of his travels.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 66. Obsession with Sharon Buchbinder
A year after a barbaric childbirth, complete with a near-death experience and an encounter with her guardian angel, Angie Edmonds is just happy she and her son, Jake, are alive. She's finally in a good place: clean, sober, and employed as a defense attorney. But at the end of a long work day, she finds herself in a parent's worst nightmare: Jake has been kidnapped and taken across the Mexican border by a cult leader who believes the child is the "Chosen One." Stymied by the US and Mexican legal systems, Angie is forced to ask the head of a Mexican crime syndicate for help. Much to her chagrin, she must work with Alejandro Torres, a dangerously attractive criminal and the drug lord's right-hand man. Little does she know Alejandro is an undercover federal agent, equally terrified of blowing his cover--and falling in love with her.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 65. Sharing the Earth with Martin Adams
What if you could live in a world where everyone had enough? Where financial struggle would not exist, and where involuntary unemployment and poverty could become a thing of the past? A world where our economies are thriving, yet our ecologies are sustained? SHARING THE EARTH not only shows that such a world is possible, it also shows how it can be accomplished. This book builds a case for a detailed and comprehensive economic reform of unprecedented scope, and it does so with both sound logic and a passion guaranteed to draw in anyone who has ever dreamed of a brighter future and a better world, for ourselves and future generations.
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[BLOCKED] ESW 64. The Naked Truth About Publishers Clearing House with Darrell Lester
Despite the threat of a lawsuit by his former company, Mr. Lester publishes a daring unauthorized tell-all about the company known as the "granddaddy of sweepstakes." The saga of Publishers Clearing House -- from a small mom-and-pop company to one of the most profitable private companies in the country to the brink of bankruptcy -- is a totally unknown story that is nothing short of "shocking." The Naked Truth includes many never before told secrets about the company's great success and subsequent battle for survival, private stories of an eccentric and mischievous management team, and antics of the fun-seeking Prize Patrol and their unsuspecting targets.
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[BLOCKED] 63. Saving Jackie K with L.D.C. Fitzgerald
Enter an upside-down world where Soviet henchmen botched their mission to eliminate John F. Kennedy fifty years ago, slaying his wife Jackie instead. The unthinkable crime incites Americans and triggers an unending war with Russia.
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[BLOCKED] 62. Happily Ever After with Mona Lisa Wellington
When her engagement was broken off just days before her wedding, Mona was forced to deal with the heartache, embarrassment and financial ramifications that ensued. Citing it as the toughest experience of her life, Mona is now turning to help others fight through their own relationship struggles and triumph in their time of need.
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[BLOCKED] 61. He Never Liked Cake with Janna Leyde
On a balmy Tuesday during the summer before ninth grade, a car accident on a rain-slicked highway flipped Janna’s safe and happy world upside down, and her adolescence dissolved into a summer of restraining belts, feeding tubes, therapy schedules and chicken salad sandwiches from the hospital cafeteria. Since that day, Janna’s life has been a navigation through the inescapable struggles of her father’s brain injury, a study of her mother’s resilience and unconditional love, and a challenge to find herself.
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[BLOCKED] 60. The Voices Never Stopped with Jennifer Myers
‘The Voices Never Stopped’ deals with Jennifer's personal journey and road to recovery from mental illness and gives insight into what someone with schizophrenia disorder is thinking and feeling and how Jennifer started blogging about her illness and ended up writing a book.
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[BLOCKED] 59. Black Roses with Jenn Brinks
Jessica Hart is new to Seattle, days away from the big three-o, and just months away from marrying the perfect man when her fiancé, Jim Carozza, gets into a car with a creepy stranger who looks like a Vegas pit boss. Suddenly, her seemingly perfect life takes a bizarre turn. Her big brother, Greg, tells her to go home. The police tell her to go home. Her inner voice even tells her to go home. Unfortunately, Jessica has never been the kind of girl to do as she’s told. Instead, she dives head first into trouble looking for answers but soon finds out that every answer leads to more trouble.
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[BLOCKED] 58. "Billy Moon" with Douglas Lain
Douglas Lain work has regularly appeared in nationally distributed literary magazines and journals such as Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet and Amazing Stories since 1999, and his first book Last Week’s Apocalypse was a collection of these stories published by Night Shade Books. His second short story collection is entitled Fall Into Time and was published by Fantastic Planet Press (an imprint of the Bizarro publisher Eraserhead) in June of 2011. His novella entitled “Wave of Mutilation” appeared in October of 2011. His surreal nonfiction book “Pick Your Battle” was published in July of 2011 with Kickstarter funding. Finally, Lain’s first novel, entitled Billy Moon tells the story of Christopher Robin Milne’s fictional involvement with the French general strike in May of 1968, is due out from Tor Books on August 27th of 2013.
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[BLOCKED] 57. "Ad Nomad" with Eric Sonnenschein
Drugs, sex and advertising...not necessarily in that order. In Ad Nomad, the Case Histories of Dane Bacchus, we enter the world of pharmaceutical advertising, where corrupt and ingenious creative minds market medicines and devices with more flair and guile than is used in promoting corn flakes, cars, and mouthwash. In these pages, you will find driven account people, maniacal creative directors, art directors and copywriters pushed to the brink of mental mayhem. Ad Nomad—conspiracy, criminal acts, sexual deviancy, drug abuse, fraud, strange heroism, deception, psychological torture, political oppression, violations of trust and the only question you should be asking is, “Am I in it?”
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[BLOCKED] 56. "Chillin' Out" with Leesa Dean
Chilltown is a wild, hip-hop oriented animated comedy web series.  Based on the hit underground comic book and created, written and animated by Leesa Dean, it revolves around the lives and misadventures of three hip-hop heads, G, Marv and Plad, straight outta Chilltown, NJ.  Added in the mix: G's wannabe mogul cousin, K Deuce and Lele, K Deuce's girl.  Most of the episodes satirize pop and rap culture and many revolve around the music business.  A second show, Lele's Ratchet Advice, a animated parody of dating advice shows, hip-hop style, also recently launched.
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[BLOCKED] 55. "Trains" - A reading of a short story by Elaina Lazarz Portugal
"Some days I am overwhelmed by the amount of thoughts and ideas circling through my mind. I reach in to grab one so I can mull it over, feel it, turn it inside out and get to know it, but another always attaches itself to the end and a train forms. I open up the drawers to my card catalog file I keep in my brain and begin to dismantle the train and stick everything into it’s proper drawer. This is tricky and cautious work".
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[BLOCKED] 54. “The Secret of Your Perfect Memory" with Dante Petrilla
Are you looking for an advantage in life? Learning how to use your memory will give you that advantage. Most people who succeed in life have an above average memory. You will learn to: Memorize entire books, plays, scripts or speeches. Actually raise your I.Q. Get excellent exam results. Cut your study time in half. The true potential of your mind is virtually limitless.
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[BLOCKED] 53. "School for Startups" with Jim Beach
You want to start your own business, but "risk" isn't your middle name. You're not alone. Many successful entrepreneurs are averse to risk--but they have learned the tricks to working around it. And now you can too, with School for Startups. This practical guide shows you how to build a business the smart way--without risking major assets such as your house, savings account, or health insurance.
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[BLOCKED] 52. “SOS: Success Or Sabotage" with Katheryn Olsen
It’s no “secret” that millions of people believe in the law of attraction and that many are frustrated with their lack of satisfying and positive results. Some, like me, have had success with harnessing the law of attraction and getting many things in life they want and desire.Those that are not successful do not realize that 99% of the time the reason they do not achieve the success they want in life is because of self-sabotage and the conditioned mindset they were taught at a very young age that they still carry with them. Most do not realize that success is a choice.
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[BLOCKED] 51. "Ghostwalk" Narrated by Gerald Hausman
The selection of stories on this anthology comes mostly from the book of the same title, now in its fourth printing, and as popular today as when it first came out in 1991. Hausman here selects the stories that are mysterious as well as factual. He should know, he lived them, witnessed them and wrote about them in such places as Havasu in the Grand Canyon and on the Navajo reservation. The sound effects come from field recordings of desert animals, birds, insects and amphibians, and the music is by jazz musician Ray Griffin.

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[BLOCKED] 50. “Inside the Circle" by Randall Andrews
Alex Jansen and her father moved in with her grandmother and grandfather when she was five, her mother died the next year, followed by her grandfather and then her grandmother, all before she was twelve. With everyone outside her father passing away, her life held on to the one person she could always turn to, her father’s lovely girlfriend Stephanie Lee. When her father ends the relationship, Alex Jansen refuses to accept the direction her short life has taken, and it is her journey to redemption of what she deserves which paints the story of ‘Inside the Circle.’
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[BLOCKED] 49. "Yesterday's Friends"-A reading by Adam Scull of a Randall Andrews story
Danny and I were good friends, check that, Danny was a good friend to me. We grew up neighbors and by virtue of being a neighbor, I associated with him when my cooler friends wouldn’t. He suffered from Asthma, wore glasses so thick you could burn insects with them, and always had a runny nose under is carrot red hair.
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[BLOCKED] 48. "From GED to PhD” with Michael Hattem
Michael Hattam, a PhD student in early American history at Yale University. He never graduated high school and only received a GED when he was 17. After spending his 20s doing various jobs such as data entry and being a messenger in New York City, he enrolled at the Borough of Manhattan Community College in the fall of 2007. After two years there, he transferred to the City College of New York, from where he graduated in 2011. Michael was fortunate enough to be offered admission to Yale University's PhD program in History with a living stipend, full tuition remission, and health care for himself and both his boys, 7 and 6.
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[BLOCKED] 47. “Avoiding Roadblocks to Creativity” with Lauren Sapala
Lauren Sapala talks about how writers can learn to dissolve fear, which is a roadblock to creativity. She believes each writer is totally unique, and each has something to contribute artistically to the world. Showing up consistently for yourself and your writing (by scheduling time to write, joining a writing group, participating in positive online discussion) is the key to reaching your potential as a writer.
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[BLOCKED] 46. “A Pius Man” with John Konecsni
As the head of Vatican security, Giovanni Figlia must protect a new, African Pope who courts controversy every other day. The Pope's latest project is to make Pius XII, "Hitler's Pope," a saint. Things haven't gotten better since the Pope employed American mercenary Sean Ryan. Then a body fell onto the Vatican doorstep. Soon, a pattern emerges-- people who go into the Pius XII historical archives are dying. Each time, a priest has been in the background-- a priest close to the Pope. One of the victims was an al-Qaeda operative, drawing Scott "Mossad" Murphy of Israeli intelligence to Rome. Soon, Ryan, Murphy and Figlia must join forces to unravel the mystery around the Vatican, as even the man Giovanni is supposed to protect looks like a suspect. To get out of this alive, they must discover if Hitler's Pope was a Nazi collaborator, or a pious man.
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[BLOCKED] 45. “The Power of Words” with Nicholas Peters
Nick Peters offers up a conversation on the importance of one's own writing skill and the appreciation of others' good writing in books as a key element of effective communication -- in the media, in the blogosphere, in business, in personal relationships.
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[BLOCKED] 44. "Killer Nurse" with John Foxjohn
She was hired to nurse them back to health...instead, she took their lives. For months, the DaVita Dialysis Center in Lufkin, Texas, had been baffled by the rising number of deaths and injuries occurring in their clinic. In April alone, they’d rushed thirty-four patients to the hospital. But no one expected such a horrific cause to be behind it all. Kimberly Clark Saenz was a well-liked licensed vocational nurse at the center. The East Texas nurse was a mother of two, and known for her smiles and the stories she told to help patients pass the time. But on April 28, 2008, witnesses came forward to say that instead of lifesaving medication, they’d seen Saenz adding toxic bleach to IV ports. Turns out, it wasn’t the first time. Once caught, the shocking story of Saenz’s murderous practices began to unravel…
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[BLOCKED] 43. "So You Want To Be An Editor"? with Beth Harvey
Elizabeth Harvey is a professional editor who has worked in the publishing industry for a few years. Her first years in the publishing business were working with Divertir Publishing (with whom she maintains strong and positive relations) as their acquisitions editor. This perspective gives her a solid understanding of how the publishing process works, and a good understanding of what self publishing entails.
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