There’s been a lot of talk about the Paris Agreement and the President’s decision to withdraw from it. From both sides of the political arena and even those lost on the outskirts and in-between the dominant parties, the implications regarding it have been weighed.
Most of know the Paris Agreement had to do with climate change. All of us want to be responsible citizens of the Earth and to protect our world for fututre generations. Why would the President pull out of the agreement and was it a good idea?
Join me as I talk to returning guest co-host Bruce Schlink, author of Americans Held Hostages of the Environmental Movement as we discuss the Paris Agreement in detail — what it is, what stipulations were involved and many more. Whether you agree or disagree with the President’s decision let’s dig into the issue. Call in to weigh in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or, download Stitcher on your mobile device. Or, click on the link here.
We know how powerful the written word is — even much so is how powerful the spoken word is. We’re not talking a mystical curse or spell. But the affirmation or condemnation of a person’s life. From encouragement to bigotry, from helpful advice to abusive sarcasm, the spoken word has a huge impact on our lives.
On today’s episode of the Write Stuff, join me as I talk with author LaTracey Hughes as we discuss the anthology work, Emancipate Me. Five authors decided to link together to break the shackles off one each others to free their words that have been trapped for so long. This poetry and short story book is full of unscripted words that come straight from the heart.
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Janay and Evan Ingram have it all, a beautiful home, a loving marriage and three wonderful daughters. However, Janay feels she’s missing something from this perfect picture and needs a period of time away from her family to regain her perspective. She soon disappears and Evan wonders if she’s run away from home.
Faith Richards, the children’s babysitter, steps in as a helping hand and finds herself in an unexpected love triangle with her employer, Evan and his missing wife, Janay.
When Janay returns, she finds another woman in her place. Evan has a choice to make. Who is his real wife and who is the make-believe wife?
Join me as I chat with Darliss Batchelor about her newest release. You can call in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or, download Stitcher on your mobile device. Or, click on the link here.
Darliss Batchelor was born and raised in Flint, Michigan. She graduated from Wayne State University with a degree in Computer Science. After working for several years as a Computer Programmer/Analyst, a family decision was made that she would leave her career to become a full-time stay-at-home wife and mother. God had another plan. He called Darliss to write.
Darliss founded Word in Due Season Publishing in 2010 and published her first novel, “Secrets,” in the same year. She is a member of the Detroit Chapter of the American Christian Writers and the Aspiring Writers Association of America. A wife, mother and grandmother, Darliss is actively working toward the commission to write inspirational fiction to both evangelize and entertain.
Visit her at http://www.DarlissBatchelor.com
The last time we talked about “I Don’t Have to Choose”, we narrowed our focus to my guest children’s book as she used simple words and phrases to bring a controversial topic into concrete conversation for children. This time, we’ve opened up the platform to talk about the adult part of the conversation and all that it entails. Laws, science, philosophy, beliefs and many others that encompass the whole idea of gender identity.
Is gender in the eye of the beholder? Or is it determined by DNA? What if our thoughts don’t mirror that DNA what do we do in? What about biological abnormalities, do they play a part? Let’s talk about it all with respect and love with my returning guest co-host and contributor today, Ellie Klipp
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Recently, I’ve been very honored to be invited to a couple of anthologies to write for. A popular vehicle for anthologies are the multi-author series. In particular, I want to discuss the multi-author series, it’s popularity and why more authors are doing this. What is the concept behind it? How do authors get on board? Is it effective. We’ll be talking about that and more with my guest co-host and contributor, George Mc Vey.
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Will prejudice define who you are? Or will you define who you are? Are you the sum of your experiences or do YOU sum of your experiences. On today’s special episde of the Parker J Cole Show, I had the opporutnity to chat to with a fasincating woman who has built her life on an aspect of human beings for years. Courage.
In her own words, our guest today says: I was born shortly after World War II in a primarily rural Caucasian community disconnected from my Japanese heritage. In fact, I did not realize that I was different until my grade school classmates teased me about it; this was my first encounter with prejudice. I was blamed for the bombing of Pearl Harbor and World War II–a heavy burden on young shoulders, but there was something inside that would not allow the pain I felt to defeat me.
Join me as we follow her story of coming into recognizing who she is. From ignorance to knowledge. From trauma to healing. A third generation Japanese American and a descendant of the Samurai Warrior, Lori Tsugawa Whaley is an inspirational speaker on a mission to teach individuals who want to make a difference in the world the Ancient Principles of the Samurai so that they can live their lives with courage, honor and integrity along with her faith in Christ.
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A mysterious Dead Sea Scroll revealed prophecies of the return of the fallen angels and the timing of their release from the abyss where they have been imprisoned awaiting their final judgment. But, there is a missing piece to the prophetic puzzle!
Gabriella’s cave exploration leads her team on an ominous journey to discover a lost prophecy from the days of Noah and find her own spiritual truth. In her search she opens her mind to a “Watcher” that captures her with his mystical powers of universal knowledge as they travel between time and untime.
This deceiving spirit proclaims the coming of the Ascended Master who will usher in a new age of peace for all mankind. Gabriella feels totally alone as her friends believe Yahweh as the one true God and they struggle to convince her she is falling deeper and deeper into a pit of destruction and is about to cross the point of no return.
Join me as we talk about end times, biblical prophecy, and so much more with my guest co-host Jane E. Woodlee Hedrick, author of The Omega Watchers. You can call in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live ono air. Or, you can download Stitcher on your mobile device. Or, click on the link here.
Jane E. Woodlee Hedrick was born in Harlan County, Kentucky. She attended Lee University in Cleveland, TN and had a long career in Marketing and Sales Management before retiring in 2012 when she began her first novel. She had been a long time student of Bible studies, especially in the area of Bible prophecy. Weaved into her novels, ‘The Omega Watchers’ and The ‘Third Strand’ are high-suspense fictional stories, exposing prophetic truths and deceptions of the end of days. Both novels have won awards in the arena of Christian Fiction.