Writestream's One-Year Anniversary!

Writestream’s One-Year Anniversary!

| February 26, 2014 | Comments (2)

Time flies when you’re having fun — and on March 4, Writestream officially marks one year on the air! We launched on March 3, 2013 with the premier of Lisa Tarves’ show Just Believe, followed by Military Monday with John D. Gresham and Writestream Tuesday with me. Then in August we added Family Power Hour [...]

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Steps To Salvation Front Cover

Steps To Salvation Front Cover

| February 24, 2014 | Comments (0)

Thanks to the wonderfully talented Kia Heavey, my client Shlomo Attia now has a beautiful, compelling book cover. And if all goes well, final edits will be completed this week paving the way for a March publication and release! Check out Shlomo’s blog here. DariaDaria DiGiovanni is an accomplished writer, author, blogger, internet radio host [...]

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What's in a name? If you have an unusual one, lots of heartache.

What’s in a name? If you have an unusual one, lots of heartache.

| February 21, 2014 | Comments (1)

Well maybe that’s only a slight exaggeration but after reading this Buzzfeed article someone shared on Facebook last night, I relived many unhappy childhood memories thanks to having a “weird” name. I probably wrote about this a million times before but since I arrived on the scene about eight months after the death of my [...]

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Writestream Tuesday with John Spencer Dale

Writestream Tuesday with John Spencer Dale

| February 20, 2014 | Comments (0)

Please join me on Tuesday, February 25 at 1 p.m. Eastern when I’ll welcome another member of the CLFA to the show, author John Spencer Dale. Dale will discuss his book Regular Guy Syndrome: Surviving Sex and Socialism in America: Regular Guy Syndrome: Surviving Sex and Socialism in America is a story about a man [...]

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Throwback Thursday: 1994 Edition

Throwback Thursday: 1994 Edition

| February 20, 2014 | Comments (0)

Not sure where or why this photo was taken but it’s probably the best one I’ve ever taken, ever. ¬†Obviously I’ve yet to figure out how to remove that annoying light burst that the stupid i-phone creates every time I take a photo of an old photo. Oh well. One thing I do remember well [...]

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I'll Be Here Where The Heart Is

I’ll Be Here Where The Heart Is

| February 19, 2014 | Comments (0)

I’ve always loved this Kim Carnes ballad featured in the movie Flashdance when Alex discovers her dear friend and mentor Hannah (Lilia Skala) has passed away. I can still picture that sad scene with Jennifer Beals weeping into the old woman’s ballet slippers while this melancholy tune played in the background. Recently, it has taken [...]

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I Support the Ukrainian People -- If Only The American President Did

I Support the Ukrainian People — If Only The American President Did

| February 19, 2014 | Comments (0)

This is heart-breaker, especially since there’s no Ronald Reagan-like figure currently occupying the White House. In fact, I can count on my fingers the number of liberty-loving politicians in D.C., most of whom accurately fit the description of the Ukrainian “barbarians” described in this video. Oh, they haven’t resorted to violence yet, but they’re every [...]

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Update on Steps To Salvation

Update on Steps To Salvation

| February 19, 2014 | Comments (3)

After several years in the making we are finally in the home stretch! Without a doubt this has been the most challenging, thought-provoking and creative project I have ever worked on, for various reasons. And I do believe Shlomo and I met for the purpose of producing this book, as dramatic as that might sound [...]

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Support In Touch Events and Operation 300

Support In Touch Events and Operation 300

| February 18, 2014 | Comments (0)

My dear friends from Martin County Florida, Shona Darress and Gloria Fano have recently created In Touch Events — an event planning company with this worthy mission: In Touch Events is dedicated to the preservation of liberty through inspiration, illumination and information. To paraphrase a popular progressive bumper sticker, we believe that restoring our constitutional [...]

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Today's Message from the Universe

Today’s Message from the Universe

| February 18, 2014 | Comments (0)

Well, if this isn’t just perfect for me today: Fret not, Daria. Time is on your side. So are all the angels. And “no” is never forever. Yes, now, thank you – The Universe Have a blessed Tuesday. DariaDaria DiGiovanni is an accomplished writer, author, blogger, internet radio host and social media professional. She released [...]

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Sunday Inspiration: Unforeseen Good and Happy Surprises

Sunday Inspiration: Unforeseen Good and Happy Surprises

| February 16, 2014 | Comments (0)

“I know some unforeseen good will come to me today.” “I expect happy surprises today.” The above are just two of the affirmations the wonderful Nancy Norman discusses in her Pray and Prepare Sermon from January 26, 2014. I highly recommend investing 18 minutes of your time to listen. As always, it’s a thoughtful, humorous [...]

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Memories of Madeline

Memories of Madeline

| February 15, 2014 | Comments (2)

From the time I was six years old, February 15 has been a melancholy date on the calendar because it marks the anniversary of losing the only grandparent I’d ever known: my maternal grandmother, Madeline Cauterucci. Readers familiar with the back story of Water Signs already know that my main character’s name, Madeline Rose, is [...]

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Five Favorite Love Songs

Five Favorite Love Songs

| February 14, 2014 | Comments (0)

  Happy Valentine’s Day! In honor of the occasion I decided to post five of my favorite love songs — not an easy thing to do since I can think of about a million ballads I love. So let’s just call these the top five that come to mind on this particular Valentine’s Day. 1. [...]

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Writestream Tuesday with Jake Danishevsky

Writestream Tuesday with Jake Danishevsky

| February 13, 2014 | Comments (0)

Continuing my interviews with the authors of the CLFA, I’ll be chatting with Jake Danishevsky on Tuesday, February 18 at 1 p.m. Eastern about his book After Tastes and Tales from Russia: Forgive Me For Being Anti Social(ism). A harrowing account of growing up under communism in the Ukraine, Jake’s book is a wake-up call [...]

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