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    Close Up Radio Spotlights Author Isabel Campoy

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    San Rafael, CA / Bradenton, FL – “Isabel Campoy is a bilingual author of children’s books and educational texts. Having written over two hundred books, published in English or Spanish.
    Maybe Something Beautiful, and its Spanish-language version, Quizás Algo Hermoso, co-authored with Theresa Howell, and illustrated by Rafael López, the real character of this book, is based on the true story of the Urban Art Trail in San Diego.
    Yes! We are Latinos, and its Spanish-language version, ¡Sí! Somos Latinos, co-authored with Alma Flor Ada, focuses on thirteen young Latinos and Latinas living in the United States.
    Authors in the Classroom: A Transformative Education Process, another notable book co-authored by Alma Flor Ada, provides a resource for teachers wanting to teach their students how to write.
    La Expedición de la Vacuna, published in January of 2024, tells the story of how the vaccine for smallpox arrived to the Americas in an expedition of courage and faith, helped by 22 orphan children and their matron. Their lives saved millions in the American continent.
    Isabel plans to release two notable books in the upcoming months. The first book titled Celebrate Juneteenth, which will be released in 2024, invites the reader to learn about the recently enacted national holiday, and its importance on freedom and race in America. Another book that Isabel has written, titled Books on Bikes, will be released in 2025.
    “Have faith in the power of your voice,” concludes Isabel.
    For more information, please visit https://www.isabelcampoy.com/

  • 00:35

    Brown Posey Press Show--Sarah Ickes, Author of "The Serpent's Star" is the Guest

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    Murial Robertson is a rebellious woman of the late 19th century but has to keep a fair amount of that under wraps. Attached to the security detail of her Senator father, Murial longs to break from his grip, yet must also protect him. 
    When her father is threatened by an unknown stalker known as "The Serpent," it is up to Murial to discover his identity. Aided by her cousin Walter and a lawman named Jack, Murial begins an odyssey of intrigue, action and self-discovery in the novella "The Serpent's Star."
    Author and artist Sarah Ickes has brought Murial to life, spurred by her interest in art, history, westerns, Steampunk and suspense. She discusses these and future works on the Brown Posey Press Show. A graduate of Harrisburg Area Community College, Ickes can be found at area events, on social media and at her website. Sarah lives in Newville, Pennsylvania.

  • 01:20

    Voice of Indie Episode 200 (Rescheduled)

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    Welcome to Voice of Indie, a production of Fresh Ink Group. Your hosts are Beem Weeks and Stephen Geez. This week we welcome Colleen M. Story, the author of The Curse of King Midas.

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    Interview with Susan Carlisle

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    Novelist Bernadette Walsh interviews award-winning romance writer Susan Carlisle. Susan writes sweet, sassy, sexy romance novels with stories of love with medical themes and stories that reach our hearts.

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    The New Panic Room Episode 343

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    Join James and Xtina on the Panic Room Radio Show as they talk with horror author Steven Bazydlo! Featuring samanthas_shelf, a segment for your enjoyment with book reviews by the lovely Samantha Hawkins. Don't miss the fun and shenanigans! 

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    Lissa Warren

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    Lissa has been a literary publicist for more than 25 years. Since 2003, she has been an Adjunct Professor at Emerson College, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses as part of their Writing, Literature, and Publishing program and creating their Book Publicity course. Lissa launched her own company in 2019, which specializes in publicty for books and authors.
    Lissa is the author of The Savvy Author's Guide to Book Publicity and a memoir, The Good Luck Cat: How a Cat Saved a Family and a Family Saved a Cat.  

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    Going back in time with historical fiction author Donna D Conrad on Book Lights

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    Donna Conrad is an award-winning author, journalist, activist, and teacher. Her core values revolve around the concept of individual empowerment, a sustaining ideal running through the books she writes. She is a multi-genre author with books published in historical fiction and memoir. 
    Her first book, "House of the Moon: Surviving the Sixties," is an award-winning memoir that explores life in the tumultuous decade that changed the world.
    Her upcoming four-book historical fiction series, The Magdalene Chronicles" has been acquired by Cold Creek Press. Book One, "The Last Magdalene," will be released on April 9, 2024, and has won 5 national pre-publication awards.
    She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and their three cats. When she's not writing, you can find Donna cruising the back roads in her black-on-black Miata MX-5, Maya - named for one of her favorite poets, Maya Angelou. You can learn more on her website: https://donnaconrad.com/
    And for more about our host Lisa Kessler visit http://Lisa-Kessler.com
    Book Lights - shining a light on good books!

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    Matthew Tiger lookalike interview Author CD blue

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    The Human Trial with Audrey Gale

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    The Human Trial with Audrey Gale
    The Human Trial takes us back to the early 1900s, the dawn of quantum physics—when Niels Bohr and Albert Einstein were unwrapping the relationship between light, vibration, and matter. The book begins in 1921, when a brilliant but impoverished 16-year-old, Randy Archer, gets an unexpected fully-paid scholarship to Harvard Medical School, beginning his incredible, but challenging, rise to becoming the groundbreaking pathology researcher that he dreams of becoming. Coming from the background of a steel-mill worker’s son to the blue-blooded hallways of Cambridge, he is viewed as an outsider—the one who doesn’t belong.
    This powerful thriller, which speaks to all those who question medical- or establishment-interference in our lives that blocks innovative, energetic lifesaving modalities,
    This is Audrey Gale's second novel. After 20 years in the banking industry, she walked away from corporate gamesmanship to fulfill her dream of being a writer. She then pursued a master’s in fiction writing at the University of Southern California
    To learn more about Audrey visit: audreygaleauthor.com
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    ?????????? ???????? with Adam Elnekaveh: Recovery After an Accident

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    ?????????? ???????? with Adam Elnekaveh: Recovery After an Accident (Near-Death Experience)#lifestory #life
    ?????? ?????????? ???????? with international author Adam Elnekaveh Adam Elnekaveh is undoubtedly extraordinary. At the peak of his fitness career, he was in a tragic motorcycle accident. Sustaining a severe traumatic brain injury, Adam was left in a coma and pronounced dead, paralyzed, vegetative and functionally unable. Yet at every turn, he left doctors astounded at his undying resilience. As an author Adam delivers his raw unbiased account of his recovery with a wit and warmth that truly inspires and energizes.
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    The Kerri Edelman Show Presents Award-Winning Author & Illustrator Bob Eckstein

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    I’m an illustrator, cartoonist, writer, and snowman expert. I’ve done cartoons for places like the New York Times, MAD magazine and The New Yorker. I wrote The History of the Snowman (Simon & Schuster, 2007) and Footnotes from the World's Greatest Bookstores  (Penguin Random House, 2016) which became a NY Times bestseller. My work has been exhibited in: The Cartoon Art Museum of San Francisco, Smithsonian Institute, The Cartoon Museum of London and in 2018, The Sordoni Art Gallery at Wilkes University. I’ve been nominated Gag Cartoonist of the Year (twice) by the National Cartoonists Society. I have spoke in over a 200 TV and radio shows like Good Morning America and places like NYPL, Miami Book Fair, The Norman Rockwell Museum, and The Grolier Club. I have written columns, Op-Eds and features for: New Yorker, New York Times, New York Daily News, NY Newsday, Reader’s Digest, SPY, Playboy, Details, GQ, MAXIM, National Lampoon, Village Voice, and McSweeney’s. I am a Contributing Editor at Writer’s Digest. In 2018, The Illustrated History of the Snowman by Globe Pequot was published along with a postcard set called World's Greatest Bookstores: 100 Postcards by Clarkson Potter of Penguin Random House. I have been speaking publicly against online shopping to raise awareness for independent bookstores. I taught at NYU, Pratt Institute and School of Visual Arts for a dozen years. In 2022 I published The Complete Book of Cat Names (That Your Cat Won't Answer to, Anyways). I am host of The Cartoon Pad and create the popular Substack newsletter, The Bob. His new book is Footnotes from the Most Fascinating Museums: Stories and Memorable Moments from People Who Love Museums.