Tonight on the Write Stuff — Sparx of Suspicion with Leanna Shields

There’s a dead gnome in the sleepy town of La Sola, Colorado. And if Sabiya Feathercroft isn’t careful there could be a dead elf. Her.Sabiya’s quiet life is turned upside down when she finds the body of her shop manager, and it turns out the rotten little gnome wasn’t just stealing tourmaline from her property. Now a changeling is stalking her while she works to turn her beloved family home into a beautiful inn.Bridger came to town in hopes of a new start. When he meets Sabiya, the charming owner of the local notions shop, he finds that she has a place for rent and thinks things are off to a great start. But when she finds herself being stalked by a changeling can he keep Sabiya safe or will she become the next victim of this crazed killer?Find out in this magical mystery where the mythic meets the mundane and nothing is as it seems.

Join me as I chat with returning guest co-host Leanna Shields as we chat 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. Follow us on iTunes. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/11219111.

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Tonight on the Write Stuff — The Pinkerton Matchmaker Series with Christine Sterling

Pairing prospective lady Pinkerton detectives with rough and ready agents? What could possibly go wrong?

Head of the Denver Pinkerton office, Archie Gordon, has been tasked with hiring female agents.

The problem? They need to be trained by existing agents while solving cases. Alone and unchaperoned. In 1871.

The solution? Have each pair marry temporarily, for the duration of the case. If Archie can convince his reluctant agents and the even more reluctant women to agree, that is.
One thing is certain, it won’t be dull. And the couples might even find love on the road to adventure. If they don’t kill each other first.

The Pinkerton Matchmaker – Christine Sterling & Marianne Spitzer
An Agent for Lucy – Amelia Adams
An Agent for Regina – Marianne Spitzer
An Agent for Wilhelmina – Sophie Dawson
An Agent for Claudette – Christine Sterling
An Agent for Audrey – Laura Beers
An Agent for Victoria – Kate Marie Clark
An Agent for Elizabeth – Julia Ridgmont
An Agent for Cecily – Marie Higgins
An Agent for Charity – Patricia PACJAC Carroll
An Agent for Diana – Rebecca Connelly
An Agent for Belle – Nerys Leigh
An Agent for Arielle – Parker J. Cole

Join in the conversation with Christine Sterling and I at 646-668-8485 and press 1 to be live on air. Or, download Stitcher on your mobile device. Follow us on iTunes. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/11176463.

Tonight on the Write Stuff — Keys to the Captive Heart with Tim Hurst

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With the Empire of Chol bent on their destruction, the Etom of Endego and their newfound allies brace for the enemy’s assault. Against an army of such colossal foes, how might the tiny creatures possibly stand a chance?

Meanwhile, events set in motion during Company Jasper’s daring escape from Sakkan lead Nat and his friends on a search for one the Eben’kayah thought lost long ago. Along their journey will they discover the Keys to the Captive Heart?

Join me as I chat with my returning guest host and contributor Timothy Hurst and his newest release! You can call in at 646-668-8485, and press 1 to be live on air. Or, download Stitcher on your mobile device. Follow us on iTunes. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/11165663.

Tonight on the Write Stuff–Hannah’s Civil Pirate with Joanna Emerson

51-PJ7+phSL (1)Hannah Jones knows little more than the evils of slavery. She yearns for freedom for herself and her children. But in Charleston, SC, in the 1850s, freedom is impossible for a black woman.

Then she meets Robert Smalls, who doesn’t think like anyone else she ever met before. And he may be daring and gallant enough to attempt the impossible – escape.

If they succeed, they will win freedom for their family and friends. If they fail, the Confederate army would hang Robert as a pirate, and would kill his whole family. Or worse, send them back to slavery.

Join in as I chat with Joanna Emerson and her book, Hannah’s Civil Pirate. You can call in at 646-668-8485 and press 1 to be live on air. Or, download Stitcher on your mobile device. Follow us on iTunes. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/11156049.

I’ve Got to Write — The Parker J Cole Show

writebookI’ve Got To Write! It’s Like Fire Shut Up In My Bones! Personal Growth Study and Journal

Several scriptures implore you as a Christian writer to share the Word of God while on earth.

1. You’ve got to write because you are called to write. According to Jeremiah 1:5, God called you from the beginning of time. He knew you would be a writer when you were in your mother’s womb. God created you to be a writer. Your goal is to distribute His words in foreign lands or scatter abroad.

2. You’ve got to write because it is your spiritual gift. God has given every Christian has a gift. As a Christian writer, your purpose is to write. As God’s ambassador here on earth, you are to use your gift to help in Kingdom building and to bless others.

3. You’ve Got to write to bring God Glory. You are the spokesperson in this dark and depraved world. Your written words have power. Therefore, you must spread His word to those who are so desperately waiting.

I’ve Got To Write! It’s Like Fire Shut Up In My Bones! Spiritual Growth Journal is a study designed with you, the writer, in mind. It invites you on a prayerful journey through the beautiful and transforming word of the Bible while encouraging you to write. Each verse for reflection comes with a writing prompt. While on this writing journey you will spend time in God’s presence. He will reveal amazing treasures to you in His Word – and He will change your heart as a writer.

For the New Year, lets listen as I chat with author, speaker, consultant, pastor, and publisher Dr. Norma McLauchlin. You can call in at 929-477-1965 and press 1 to be live on air. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/11151617.

Tonight on the Write Stuff — Identity Revealed with J. M. Butler

What if you prepared for the wrong destiny?

Cursed by her devious mother, Amelia, a young mindreader is driven by a deadly destiny. Only she can defeat Naatos, the shapeshifting warlord, in his march of terror across the thirty-six worlds. But Naatos conquers her home in a murderous midnight ambush before she has even learned how to throw a knife. She flees to Earth where she dedicates her life to training, fearing the curse will make her a monster if she does not succeed in defeating Naatos.

Naatos understands that with choice comes tragedy. He seeks to gather the worlds beneath his rule, righting the errors of previous monarchs and eliminating the complications of ignorant inhabitants. His only weakness is a young mindreader, the last living Neyeb. She doesn’t know who she really is, let alone what she will become, allowing him to twist both her destiny and curse to his advantage.

When Amelia finally returns to her home, the land of the bruin riders, she discovers her family captured, the royal court slaughtered, and her people imprisoned. She launches a rescue only to discover Naatos’s savagery and abilities exceed all reports. Even worse, the truth behind the curse and her identity eviscerates her resolve, forcing her to question everything from her beliefs to her priorities to her character. Outmatched and outflanked, Amelia must defend her nation and take control of her true destiny or condemn the worlds to Naatos’s rule and millions to death.

Join me as I begin the New Year with author J. M. Butler as we discuss book one of her new series, the Tue Rah Chronicles. You can call in at 646-668-8485 and press 1 to be live on air. Or, download Stitcher on your mobile device. Follow us on iTunes. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/11145429.


I’m Jessica B. Fry though for my writing I use the name J.M. Butler. It’s a tribute to my grandfather, Jim Butler, a wonderful man who was one of the first people to believe I would be an author.

I write speculative fiction with a particular focus on multicultural fantasy and supsenseful adventures. Some good old fashioned romance as well. For my day job, I serve as an attorney and run a small law firm with my husband, James Fry, in rural Indiana.

When I’m not writing, I enjoy working with the youth at my church, hosting fun fandom themed parties (Doctor Who, Marvel, Star Wars, DC, Star Trek, OUAT, & more), reading all the books I can get my hands on, and uncovering new hobbies. Some of my favorites are studying mythology, cosplaying on occasion, practicing knife throwing (you’re fine if you stay by the target), and looking for adventures. I know. I have to look for my own adventures as Gandalf hasn’t shown up to take me on one yet.

I also love spending time with my wonderful husband, and he regularly indulges me in story talk. While we don’t have children, we do have four wonderful cats. The names go in themes. We’ve been in a Norse theme for awhile, so it’s Maelona, Sophie, Thor, and Loki. (There’s a good reason why two of those names aren’t Norse. It might have something to do with Jr. High me using a Norse/Celtic namebook and not distinguishing.)

You can find out more about me and my writing at http://www.jessicabfry.com. You can also connect with me at

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jessicabfry

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jmbutler1728/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jmbutler1728/

I can’t wait to hear from you. Feel free to share your thoughts or even just say hello. I’d love to hear from you. Have a wonderful day!

The Importance of Family — The Parker J Cole Show

familyWhy is the family unit so important? This may seem like a rhetorical question however, there are alarming trends happening in various parts of the world. The family unit is disappearing.

In Europe, major leaders who make policy for the masses have no children. Therefore, they have no one who has personal stakes in policies and laws which are enforced. Per couple, the rate of children being born is low. In Japan, we see an aging population and no youth to care for the elderly. Vast communities have emptied out. In less than a generation, it has been predicted by some that the ethnicity that is Japanese will cease to exist. This can also be seen in South Korea and the U. S.

Yet, we all understand how important family is. Not so long ago, big families were considered the norm. Now, if a person chooses to have a passel of children, it’s frowned upon. “Why would you want to have so many kids? In fact, why have any?”

Families are important because every member of that unit receives something to help in their own development. Fathers, mothers, and children all benefit from each other in so many ways. Even so, families help create a societal balance against a totalitarian State. “Be fruitful and multiply,” is the command that God gave when He created the world.

Join me as I chat with Anna Aquino and the importance of family. You can listen in at 929-477-1965. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/11123675.