Writestream Tuesday: Science Fiction Author Sabrina Chase

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Although I usually leave the science fiction genre to our Writestream host S. Evan Townsend and his Speculative Fiction Cantina, on Tuesday, August 4 at 1 p.m. Eastern, I’ll welcome author Sabrina Chase to the show:

By day I am a mild-mannered software developer, making the world a better place for librarians. But when the sun goes down, I make stuff up for fun and profit.

My background is in physics, where I got to play with killer lasers and synchrotrons. I live in the Pacific Northwest and am constantly supervised in my writing by two cats. If I did something wrong, they probably warned me about it.

To listen live, click on this link to Writestream Tuesday: Science Fiction Author Sabrina Chase. If you would like to ask Sabrina a question, dial in at (347) 945-7246.

Learn more about Sabrina at her website, ChaseAdventures.com.

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Book Review: ‘Getting Life’ by Michael Morton

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Posted on Amazon.com:

While reading this powerful, gut-wrenching memoir of an an innocent man’s 25-year incarceration, I had to keep reminding myself that this happened in the United States of America, where citizens are innocent until proven guilty and entitled to a fair trial by jury. At least, that’s how the justice system is supposed to work. For Michael Morton, inadvertently caught up in the politics of the “big fish in a small town” mentality of local law enforcement in the aftermath of his wife’s brutal murder, neither of these rights were upheld.

Getting Life not only provides valuable insight into human nature — and the dire consequences of the improper stewardship of power when in the hands of corrupt men — it also illustrates the unbreakable bonds of faith, determination, and persistence individuals are capable of expressing even under the most horrific circumstances. The truth eventually set Michael Morton free from the bondage of prison, thanks to his unwavering faith in God, passion for justice, and stalwart support system including family, friends, and a team of attorneys who never gave up.

Remarkably, throughout his painful, harrowing experience (told in the first person narrative), the author never comes across as embittered or angry. As a reader and an American citizen, I certainly felt outrage and disgust toward all of those involved in railroading this grieving husband and devoted father and robbing him of 25 years of his life, while allowing the real killer to roam free. But instead of letting hatred and anger to consume him, Morton channels his energy into ensuring that what happened to him will not happen to another innocent person. It’s a testament to his commitment to God and the strength of his character.

Most of all, Getting Life will remind you to give thanks for all of life’s blessings, big and small. A highly recommended read!

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Character Driven Productions on Writestream Tuesday, July 28 – UPDATED

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Do you love rock ‘n roll?

Tune in to Writestream Tuesday on July 28 at 1 p.m. Eastern when I’ll talk with Shawn Swords of Character Driven Productions:

Character Driven Productions is an award winning, dynamic film and video production company located in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Our staff has a vast amount of experience in film, video and commercial production. Our projects accommodate a wide variety of budgets and styles, catering to individual clients needs. We can take care of all aspects of production from conceptualization to finished product.

Character Driven Productions has a high degree of regional and national visibility. We’ve produced and shot the feature length film “Love, Friendship and Hypocrisy” which was shown theatrically in the northeast. Our first feature length documentary “Blackthorn: It’s an Irish Thing” was shown on UPN 57. We also produced the Blackthorn promotional video for Planet Hollywood. Our second feature length documentary, “Charlie Gracie: Fabulous” was a huge pledge drive earner for PBS affiliate WHYY and was picked up for national DVD distribution by Gotham Distribution and is available thru Turner Classic Movies on DVD and dozens of national retail outlets. “Charlie Gracie: Fabulous” received critical acclaim in several national and international magazines and media. Our third feature length documentary “The Wages of Spin” received stellar acclaim thru several National Media Outlets and has been featured in/on several prominent media forums including: Entertainment Tonight, Reuters (all affiliates), The New York Times, Imdb.com Studio Briefing, ABC World News Site, The National Inquirer and dozens of other media outlets. “The Wages of Spin” has been aired over 600 times Nationally on PBS affiliates and available Nationally on DVD thru ShopPBS.org. “WOS” is in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Archives/Library. Our Charlie Gracie “Fabulous” Special Edition is also airing on PBS affiliates Nationally, available thru ShopPBS.org and in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Archives. We have commenced shooting on our fourth and fifth feature length documentaries which are sequel(s) to “The Wages of Spin.” Several music industry icons have been featured in our documentaries including: Chubby Checker, Graham Nash, Connie Francis, Fabian, Frankie Avalon, Mike Lowe, Bruce Johnston, Peter Noone, Charlie Gracie, DJ Fontana, Bob Marcucci, Len Barry, Jerry Blavat, Stephen Caldwell, Weldon McDougal, Bill Haley’s Comets, The Dovell’s, Danny and The Juniors, Jack Scott, Albert Lee, Paul Moore, Tommy James, Dennis Diken, Little Anthony, Randy Jones, Freddy Cannon, Dale Hawkins and Clay Cole.

Shawn joins Writestream Tuesday to discuss his award-winning documentaries including The Wages of Spin, which delves into the Philadelphia music scene from 1952 to 1963, the highly controversial “Payola Scandals,” and the legend himself, Dick Clark.

To listen to the live interview, click on this link to Writestream Tuesday: Character Driven Productions on July 28 at 1 p.m. Eastern. Have a question for Shawn? Call us at (347) 945-7246.

Watch the trailer below and visit Character Driven Productions for more information.

UPDATE: Missed it live? Click below to listen to an informative and illusion-shattering interview.

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Glowosity with Ava Aston on Love Liberty & Lip Gloss

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About six months ago, Lisa and I interviewed Ava Aston, founder of Glowosity on Love Liberty & Lip Gloss. During the show, Lisa actually ordered several products, with the promise of bringing Ava back on to discuss her experience with them.

Prior to last night’s episode, Lisa had been raving repeatedly about her results with the Glowosity products nearly every time we talked. Since then, I’ve ordered my own and am eagerly awaiting my shipment this week.

What makes Glowosity so fabulous? Click below to listen to our interview with Ava.

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Author Daniella Bova Talks Dystopia with Megan Fox

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My good friend, author, and recurring Writestream guest Daniella Bova sat down for this excellent interview with Megan Fox this week. They discussed her two excellent novels Tears of Paradox and The Notice, along with current events, elections, cultural issues, and much more. Toward the end, Daniella gave Writestream Publishing and me a much-appreciated plug. Watch the video below.

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