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Guest Blogger: What the World Needs Now – Authentic leadership by Andreas Dudas

Andreas Dudàs has more than 20 years leadership experience gained in top executive positions in over 25 countries. Visionary entrepreneur, mentor, motivational speaker & expert on authentic (life) leadership, he is the author of Do You Dare To Be Yourself? … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: Dreams are Made of This by Kim Antieau

We have a great guest post today by Kim Aniteau, author of Her Frozen Wild! _________________________________ Dreams Are Made of This Kim Antieau I have a very vivid dream life. I have since I was a child. From the ages … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: Rie Sheridan Rose ‘The Story Behind The Luckless Prince’

The Story Behind The Luckless Prince by Rie Sheridan Rose I no longer remember the original inspiration for this book, but that is understandable when you look at its entire journey. I do remember working on this book when we … Continue reading

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Promoting Your Book Via Your Website and Social Media

Hayley Rose grew up in the beach side town of Pacific Palisades , California, to a family of visual artists.  In the early 1990’s she traveled the U.S. with her band Crush Violet.  In 1994, after a family reunion, she … Continue reading

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Hollywood Book Publicist Charlie Bennett Remembers the Day Elvis Died

Before I became a book, TV and movie publicist, Tuesday, August 16, 1977 started out like any other day for me while serving as a staff editor of the renowned Hollywood-based entertainment industry newspaper, The Hollywood Reporter (www.thehollywoodreporter.com).  I had … Continue reading

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Why I Love (and Write) Historical Fiction

Why I Love (and Write) Historical Fiction By M.M. Bennetts Truth to tell, I always wanted to write a novel about spies.  Spy thrillers have such drive, such pace.  They pack such a wallop. But when I first conceived of Of … Continue reading

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The Bruises That Don’t Show by Jennie Helderman

We have a special guest today! Jennie Helderman, author of As the Sycamore Grows (Summers Bridgewater Press), is here to talk about what most people keep a secret – abuse. Visit Jennie on the web at http://www.jenniehelderman.com. The Bruises That … Continue reading

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Family Projects, Family Love

Today’s guest is Karina Fabian, co-author of the hugely popular book, Why God Matters. Many times one sees Roman Catholicism explained using either closely reasoned theology or an appeal to ancient writers of the Church. While both are legitimate approaches, … Continue reading

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5 Things You Should Know about Invasion of the Baby Daddy

EVERY UNWED MOTHER’S NIGHTMARE COMES TO LIFE IN THE PAGES OF INVASION OF THE BABY DADDY, a compelling and moving debut novel that echoes the emotional and cerebral frustrations of unwed mothers throughout the ages. Its unforgettable characters and authentic … Continue reading

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Special Guest Feature: Doing Non Doing by George Earl Parker

Doing Non Doing by George Earl Parker George Earl Parker is an author, singer/songwriter, and artist. As designer and director of the short film “Yellow Submarine Sandwich,” included in Eric Idle’s pseudo-documentary of a band called the Rutles, Parker received … Continue reading

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