My first guest on November 3rd is Sheridan Claude. Sheridan has been writing for more than 25 years and is the author of a novel titled Across Time, Across Tears. She also has written two scripts: Return of the Groom and a children’s animated script Pencils, Episode One: Chalk it up to Pride. Find out how she got started as a writer and published her novel and worked on a team to write a children's animated script similar to Veggie Tales.
Listen to Sheridan's introduction here!
My second guest on November 3 is Valerie Connelly. Valerie is a multi-talented woman who is enjoying her life filled with exciting adventures as a writer, author, educator, and radio show host. She is also the founder and president of Nightengale Press –a traditional publisher with a non-traditional way of helping authors get their book published. In part 1 of our interview we talk about how she got started as a writer. In part 2 we discuss Valerie’s children’s book, Arthur, the Christmas Elf released just in time for the busy holiday season. On the website http://www.arthurthechristmaself.com/, you may read an excerpt, buy the book, enter the craft making contest or write a review. You will also find resources, after school program guides, and more Arthur Approved decorations for children of all ages.
Rev. Cherise Thorne will be my guest on November 10, 2006. Reverend Thorne was raised in Brampton, Canada and now lives in Chicago, Illinois. She is a Licensed Ordained Minister, a Licensed Clinical Hypnotherapist, and a Certified Crisis Intervention Counselor. She has studied extensively the Healing Arts, Shamanic Healing, Vibrational Therapy, Healing Touch, Reiki, Therapeutic Touch, Cranial Sacral Therapy, Magnified Healing, Meditation, Astrology and Hatha Yoga. Cherise co-founded New Dawn Ascension Foundation in 1995. Reverend Thorne is the author of an awesome book title The Blessing of Liberation: Path of Cleansing Karma. Through her book and the Ascension Program she shares her teachings with students seeking to evolve and know enlightenment for themselves and others. Find out what karma really is. You'll be surprised!
Hal Manogue 11/17/2006 Hal’s first book of poetry, Short Sleeves A Book For Friends, was self published in 2003 and is a work based on special occasions poems to family and friends. His second book : Shortsleeves A Book For Friends, 2006 Collection was released in May 2006. Hal continues to write poetry and is here to share how he got started as a writer.
On November 24 I am pleased to welcome children’s author, Lynne Berry as my guest. Lynne grew up in Sudbury, a small suburb of Boston, Massachusetts and graduated from Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School in 1990. She earned a B.A. in biology in 1994 from Wellesley College and then attended Vanderbilt University where she received her Ph.D. in cell biology. After publishing several papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals, she decided not to continue with laboratory research. Instead she entered the field of medical and technical writing as a day job, to enable her to pursue her interest in writing for children. She has published more than a dozen poems, many published in Ladybug magazine. In part 2 of our interview, we discuss Lynne’s children’s books Duck Skates and The Curious Demise of a Contrary Cat. http://www.lynneberry.com/