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Naomi Hirahara, born and raised in Southern California, is the author of the Mas Arai mystery series, which features a Japanese American gardener and atomic-bomb survivor who solves crimes. The third book in the series, SNAKESKIN, won the Edgar Award for Best Paperback Original in 2007. Books in this series have also been translated into Japanese, Korean and French.
Naomi also has penned a middle-grade novel, 1001 CRANES, which was chosen as an Honor Book for the Youth Literature of the Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature in 2009.
She then created the Ellie Rush mysteries featuring a female twenty-something LAPD bicycle cop.
Her latest book is ICED IN PARADISE, which just came out a couple months ago.
In addition to her Edgar win, Naomi has been nominated for multiple Anthony and Macavity awards, and the last Mas Arai novel in the series, HIROSHIMA BOY, was nominated for another Edgar.
Naomi and her husband Wes make their home in Southern California. Naomi served as chapter president of the Southern California chapter of the Mystery Writers of America in 2010.
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Viki Winterton interviews Dr. Rana Al-Falaki!
Rana Al-Falaki is a proactive author and business owner with a practical approach to everything. Her passion is to help people find simple solutions for complex problems. In addition of being a professional life and business mastery coach, a core-energy™ coach and energy leadership index master practitioner, she is also the founder of Light Changes Coaching.
Her new book, Women Who Want More: How to Create a Balanced & Fulfilled Life is simple yet practical. Featuring a host of powerful and effective techniques to boost productivity and increase self-awareness, the book offers information on a full spectrum of issues that affect the modern-day human, ranging from health, fitness and diet to career, money and family. When it comes to empowering women, Dr. Al-Falaki uses the motto “compromise is overrated” in order to imbue her female readers with the confidence to rise above limiting barriers deployed by society.
Bill welcomes bestselling crime writer and TV writer and producer Lee Goldberg to the show. Lee is a two-time Edgar Award and two-time Shamus Award nominee and the #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty novels, including Washington Post best-sellers Killer Thriller and True Fiction, as well as King City, The Walk, fifteen Monk Mysteries, and the internationally bestselling Fox & O’Hare books, cowritten with Janet Evanovich. He has also written and/or produced scores of TV shows, including Diagnosis Murder, SeaQuest, Monk, and The Glades. We’ll be discussing, among other things, his latest novel, Lost Hills. Don’t miss it!
This week on the BIG show, Oscar and Golden Globe-winning director Sam Mendes will be our special guest to discuss his upcoming awards contender, 1917 and we'll discuss the Best and Worst in Films with veteran film critic and festival director of the Over the Rhine Film Festival, TT Stern-Enzi.
Plus, we'll have movie news and reviews of the latest films, including Spies in Disguise, Little Women, and the aforementioned 1917 all on the latest episode of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
Songs of Selah January 6, 2020 On tonight's episode I'm pleased to welcome Rhonda Huff back to the program... Rhonda Huff has worked in the fitness and wellness industry for over 35 years. She has a BS in Fitness/Wellness with a concentration in rehabilitation and an M.Ed. with a concentration in research and curriculum design. Rhonda is also a board-certified Holistic Health Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, a certified Neuro-Linguistic and Hypnosis Practitioner through the NLP Center of New York, and a Frequency Specific Microcurrent Advanced Practitioner. Rhonda is the founder of Body-in-Balance Wellness & Fitness Studio, Rhonda Huff FIT, and the co-founder of the Center for Integrative Brain Health. Rhonda has helped thousands of people improve their lives through her online courses, speaking engagements, and private training. Rhonda currently resides in Newport News, VA but also calls Boonville, NC and NYC home.
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WELCOME BACK MY FRIENDS We are built in and of fluidity where tonal resonance in both voice and instrument beats heavily and with strength inside every fibre of our being. Poetry and music have been intrinsically intertwined for thousands of years, ancient Greeks used the lyre and Chinese the pipa and guqin. Think of the troubadors and minstrels who had unprecedented freedom of speech inre content and how voice and strings could soothe the savage breast and delight upper crust audiences as well as local townsfolk. At LNP, we encourage you to join in and draw from the modern offerings whom we shall highlight, thereby opening our thoughts, ideas and genres that we enjoy at home, in stadiums, outdoor venues and on the radio anytime, anywhere. We are generations of tempo-ed voices birthing our hearts, pain, anthems, protests, humor, satire, embracing all things poetic, musical and those forms where the love of, begins, with you.
Welcome to A Team of Voices radio Our group is filled with Love and Respect, We're all so happy to see you here. We are poets from all over the globe and offer a variety of programming for your entertainment.
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Please join Marsha Casper Cook on December 18th at 3EST 2CST 1MT 12PST for a very special Holiday Celebration! It's going to be a lot of fun and very informative. Screenplays and books are always on the top of the list for Michigan Avenue Media.
We're celebrating the movie and the book, WHEN WE LAST SPOKE. Marci Henna's novel, When We Last Spoke, is all about Love and Family. The film adaption is no different!
The first book in the Fireside, Texas novel series, When We Last Spoke, is currently screening at film festivals nationwide and awaiting a broadcast release date. Starring Corbin Bernsen, Melissa Gilbert, Chandler Head, Darby Camp, and Academy Award winner Cloris Leachman.
The Author, Marci Henna, Director, Joanne Hock, and Actress, Lacy Camp will be on the last show of the year on Michigan Avenue Media Podcast Wednesday December 18th at 4 EST 3 CST 2 MT 1 PST.
Lacy Camp, from North Carolina, received a BFA in Acting from UNC-Greensboro. She spent several years as a drama teacher in NC while starting a family with husband Clark and daughters Ruthie and Darby, but always pursuing her passion to have a career in Film/TV.
Director - Joanne Hock; Cinematographer/DP - Mark Mervis; Executive Producer - Marci Henna; Executive Producer - Rick Eldridge; Producer - Rick Eldridge; Producer - Fred Miller; Co-Producer - Jonathan Grubbs; Associate Producer - Rodney Elridge, Neal Gray
Marsha Casper Cook is an author, screenwriter, and the host and producer of all the Michigan Avenue Media Podcasts.
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