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Writestream Tuesday with author Carmen DeSousa – UPDATED with Archive

UPDATE: Missed it live? Click below to listen.

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I am absolutely thrilled to welcome the wonderfully talented author Carmen DeSousa to Writestream Tuesday on November 25 at 1 p.m. Eastern to talk about her books and background. Here’s a bit about Carmen from her website CarmenDeSousa.com, which I highly recommend visiting:

CarmenA reader and writer since I could hold a pen and paper, it was only natural I would eventually start writing for others, and of course, be a large advocate for independent writers.

My taste in reading includes everything from sweet and silly, to sensual and thrilling. The only thing I will not read is anything extremely graphic in nature, whether it is in the form of a physical attack or sexual in nature. I have a great imagination—that’s why I read— so I don’t need every detail spelled out for me.

And my writing is pretty much the same… There are few topics that I am not willing to take on as an author. Though it may be a tad misleading—especially to potential male readers—I write what I call modern-day fairytales. Think about it…those fairytales we read as a child were anything but mild. What we call a fairytale usually started off as an abused or tragedy-stricken child.

Well, I take that concept and what many people deal with in real, modern-day life and attempt to help my protagonist find a way out of their tragedies and find their happily-ever-after. Because let’s face it, isn’t that what we are all trying to do—find our happily-ever-after?

Carmen and I go live at 1:05 p.m. Eastern when she’ll join me for a 50-minute interview before the Right Wing Riot takes over with some much-needed Public Service Satire. In the first half of the program, I welcome your calls and questions for Carmen at (347) 945-7246 and your participation in the live chat.

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To listen online, click on this link to Writestream Tuesday with author Carmen DeSousa or call (347) 945-7246 to listen by phone. Join me for a great interview with a very accomplished author!

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Author Daniella Bova on Steps To Salvation

This latest five-star Amazon review from the author of Tears of Paradox, Daniella Bova, made my day:

In Steps To Salvation I learned a great deal about history. The book opens in the year 2412 in Africa, many years after a worldwide upheaval, “The Armageddon War.” The main characters are all fictional descendants of historical figures from the past and present day, including Adolph Hitler, Charles Manson, Hillary Clinton, George W. Bush and Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

The characters are vividly written. They’re so true to life that I found myself laughing out loud during certain scenes containing the fictional future descendant of President Bill Clinton. In addition to laughing, parts of what I learned made me extremely angry. This book was painstakingly researched. It included facts about world leaders of which I was unaware, even though I’m reasonably up to date on current events as a rule.

Another reader mentioned that Steps to Salvation would be a very good choice for a book club. I agree. Many people of different faiths and backgrounds could find plenty to discuss. Mr. Attia’s ideas are sometimes a bit surprising. I can’t say I agree with every single point he made, but I can and do respect anyone who’s been through a near death experience. Mr. Attia’s ideas for the betterment of society were incorporated in a fresh, engaging way in the Steps To Salvation.

Visit Amazon.com to read the full review and pick up a copy of Shlomo Attia’s book, available in Kindle and paperback. With the holidays coming up, it makes a great gift.

 

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Many thanks to the Writestream ‘Shatter the Narrative’ Panel!

Today I moderated a panel comprised of talented authors and conservatarians who weighed in on some of the most pervasive, destructive narratives in our culture. Given the success of today’s show, I’m planning to make ‘Shatter the Narrative’ a regular monthly feature beginning in January. In addition to these narratives, we managed to incorporate some commentary over recent events like #Shirtgate and MIT professor Jonathan Gruber deriding American stupidity yet publicly admitting to lying about Obamacare to get it passed.

Many thanks to Sarah Hoyt, Marina Fontaine, Daniella Bova, Tom Knighton and Delcan Finn! Missed it? Click below.

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Love Liberty & Lip Gloss: Fantasy Dating Game with Suzanne Casamento

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Has the internet dating scene become a chore? Are you tired of being hurt after yet another promising relationship fails? Don’t despair,the Fantasy Dating Game is here!

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Founded by Suzanne Casamento shortly after “going crazy” following her 30th birthday, the Fantasy Dating Game is a unique, innovative way to rebuild your confidence and stop the self-defeating whining and questioning. After all, when you stop asking “What’s wrong with me?” and start appreciating your own self-worth, you’ll stop attracting guys with something wrong with them and start attracting guys worthy of your time and attention.

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Lisa Tarves and I were so intrigued by Suzanne’s unique concept, we invited her to be our guest on Love Liberty & Lip Gloss on Thursday, November 13 at 7 p.m. Eastern. We hope you’ll pour yourself your favorite beverage and tune in! Got a question during the show? Call us at (347) 945-7246. The chat room will also be open for your participation.

Fantasy Dating Game founder Suzanne Casamento.
Fantasy Dating Game founder Suzanne Casamento.

To listen online, click on this link to Love Liberty & Lip Gloss: Fantasy Dating Game with Suzanne Casamento, or listen by phone by dialing (347) 945-7246.

 

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Love Liberty & Lip Gloss: Life Lessons for Teenagers with Kelly Tonelli

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Are you raising teenagers? Are you a teen struggling to figure out your place in the world?Please tune in tomorrow at 7 p.m. Eastern when my lovely co-host Lisa Tarves and I welcome clinical psychologist Kelly Tonelli to Love Liberty & Lip Gloss to talk about life lessons for teenagers:

Kelly Tonelli is a clinical psychologist working in private practice with patients who are experiencing life transitions, many of whom are teenage girls. She happily relocated from Michigan to Southern California to attend Pepperdine University and fell in love with the sunshine (snow is cold). She’s been fortunate to have spent time working and learning at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles (CHLA) before going into private practice. She divides her time between her practice, writing, spending time with her husband, and driving her daughter to dance class.

To listen, click on this link to Love Liberty & Lip Gloss with Kelly Tonelli or call (347) 945-7246 to listen by phone. Got a question for our guest? Hit “1” to be placed in the queue.

Here’s a bit about Kelly Tonelli from her website:

Dr. Kelly Tonelli is a California licensed clinical psychologist (PSY 19248) providing solution-focused treatment aimed at symptom reduction.  She works with her clients to identify treatment goals and collaborate on a treatment plan to meet those goals.

Dr. Tonelli provides the following services:

  • Psychoeducational assessment to assist in diagnosis of Learning Disabilities and/or Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Assessment to aid in diagnostic clarification
  • Solution-focused outpatient mental health treatment aimed at symptom reduction
  • Assistance with negotiating accomodations and special assistance from employers and/or school districts
  • Behavior management to aid in behavioral difficulties that occur within the home and/or school
  • Assistance with medication management through collaboration with the prescribing physician

See you on Thursday, November 6 at 7 p.m. Eastern for Love Liberty & Lip Gloss!

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