Saturday, August 29, 2009

September Podcasts Bring Opportunity to Escape and Improve

Writers in the Sky September Podcasts to Feature New Works of Fiction as Well as Books Which Challenge the Listeners to Better Lives

Nashville, TN, August 26, 2009—The Writers in the Sky podcast will use the first half of the month to feature books that transport their readers to a world of fantasy. September begins with an author who offers an exciting new approach to the vampire novel, in which the main characters are forced into a violent battle that dates back for generations. The next week will bring a new book for young readers that follows the adventures of a spunky parrot named Cisco that simply wants his opportunity to be famous and will try anything to reach his goal. The focus of the podcast will shift for the latter part of September, as Writers in the Sky leaves the world of fiction and looks at two publications that promote self-improvement. First, listeners will learn about a new book that instructs readers to create a fuller and more empowered life through a partnership with The Divine. The month ends with an author who will share his new approach towards breaking the strong and dangerous addiction to nicotine.

The September series of podcasts begins on September 4 when R. L. Sloan will be Sarah Moore’s guest to discuss her new book Embellish. This novel approaches the vampire story with a new twist and takes its readers into the world of the paranormal. When Solis Burkes encounters a handsome vampire while out on the town with a friend, she unlocks a history that involves generations of warfare with a dangerous and powerful family. Solis also learns that she is now the one with the power to bring the violence to an end. R. L. Sloan will be discussing her interest in the paranormal and how she developed the memorable characters in the book. To purchase Embellish, please visit the Amazon website.

The podcasts continue on September 11 with a conversation between Patrick Shannon and Sarah Moore. Mr. Patrick Shannon will be joining the podcast to share his new work of fiction, Viva Cisco, with the Writers in the Sky audience. This book, aimed at younger readers, details a world of fantasy in which a parrot named Cisco is willing to try anything to become famous. After several unsuccessful attempts to develop new talents, Cisco leads his friends on an adventure that may finally be the path to his desired fame. Patrick Shannon will discuss how he created the unique story idea and the message that he hopes to share with readers through Cisco the parrot. Please visit the Amazon website to purchase Viva Cisco.

On September 18, Writers in the Sky team member Sarah Moore leads the podcast interview once again when Barbara Joye joins her to discuss her new book The Light Won: A Tutorial in Co-Creation. In this enlightening book, Barbara shares what keeps us from living a fuller and more empowered life. She explains how to identify and alter your personal beliefs in order to have the life you desire. This life is one that each of us can co-create once we learn to communicate with The Divine/The All. Barbara will be talking about how readers can apply the principles in her book to their own lives, regardless of their age, nationality, or personal experiences. Listeners can purchase The Light Won: A Tutorial in Co-Creation by visiting the Amazon website and learn more about the author at her website.

The month of podcasts ends on September 25 when Barbara Milbourn sits down with author John English. The two will be discussing English’s new book Kill the Addiction. John English battled an addiction to nicotine for fifty years and in Kill the Addiction he lays out in detail his method to stop smoking. Knowing the difficulty that comes when someone tries to quit this difficult habit, John is anxious to share his solution with others. He will be discussing the unique benefits of his method as well as whether or not his method can be used to treat addictions other than smoking. Interested listeners may purchase Kill the Addiction by visiting the Amazon website.

“What a great way to transition from the relaxing days of summer to the new opportunities that come with the turning of the seasons!” shares Yvonne Perry, owner of Writers in the Sky Creative Writing Services, which produces the podcast. “Listeners will enjoy the exposure to new authors with offerings of fiction and then learn about two publications that share new approaches to bettering the mind, body, and spirit.”

About Writers in the Sky: Writers in the Sky blog, podcast, and newsletter is a three-fold production filled with information about writing, publishing, and book publicity created by Yvonne Perry as part of Writers in the Sky Creative Writing Services ( )

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