Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Podcast Schedule for January 2010

January 1

Author’s assistant Sarah Moore will sit down with author K. L. Lewis to discuss her new release Kendra’s Pearl. This novel follows the childhood of Kendra Haywood, who loses her dad to a motorcycle accident at a young age and then lives as the focus of her mother’s abuse and resentment. During the interview, Ms. Lewis will discuss why she decided to focus on such an emotional topic, the message she hopes readers will take away from Kendra’s Pearl, and why she believes emotional abuse by mothers is so prevalent. Please visit the Amazon website to purchase Kendra’s Pearl.

January 8

Denise and Richard Tuminello will be Yvonne Perry's guest as they share Talking With Angels, a practical, engaging book that chronicles how Rich went from being spiritually unaware to replete with wisdom—all thanks to his communicating with angels. With their help, he unlocks his past lives, discovers healing powers and learns incredible secrets of the universe. Denise Hunter-Tuminello has been seeing spirit and having precognitive dreams and visions since she was young. She has studied mediumship and spirituality under renowned teachers from the Arthur Findlay College in Stanstead, England. Richard has been a member of The Journey Within Spiritualist Church for many years. Rich is a member of The Monroe Institute in Virginia and has taken the Gateway, Remote Viewing, and the Manifestation Creation2 courses.

January 15

The Grammar Girl, Mignon Fogarty, is coming to Writers in the Sky Podcast! Mark your calendars or subscribe to RSS for WITS Podcast so you don't miss it. Mignon is the creator of Grammar Girl and the founder and managing director of Quick and Dirty Tips. A magazine writer, technical writer, and entrepreneur, she has served as a senior editor and producer at a number of health and science web sites. She has a B.A. in English from the University of Washington in Seattle and an M.S. in biology from Stanford University. She will be discussing her book Grammar Girl's Quick & Dirty Tips for Better Writing and her new devotional guide, The Grammar Devotional: Daily Tips for Successful Writing from Grammar Girl.

January 22

We will have a guest author and a guest interviewer when Amanda McCurley, the daughter-in-law of WITS owner Yvonne Perry, hosts R.A. Riekki as they discuss U.P. The novel, which takes place in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, tells the coming-of-age story of four teenage boys. Each young man offers his own narrative to a world that is often violent and heartbreaking. The author will discuss any personal connections to the area of the country that is the focus of the book, why the teenage characters were the chosen demographic, and what readers should take away from the novel.
January 29

Barbara Techel will be discussing her latest book Frankie, the Walk ‘N Roll Therapy Dog Visits Libby’s House. This book is about a dachshund named Frankie who is paralyzed in her hind quarters. She has been fitted for a doggie wheelchair (dog cart) that helps her get around. It also helps people identify with her—especially children and elderly folks who are managing life with a disability. In her interview with Yvonne Perry, Barbara will tell how Frankie became a certified therapy dog and started visiting a senior assisted living facility known as Libby’s House.

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