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    Close Up Radio Spotlights Author Eve Carson

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    Indianapolis, IN – Eve Carson is the author of the book Simple, Safe & Secret: The 1981 Murder of Joan L. Webster. Eve seeks to keep alive the memory of her sister-in-law, Joan Webster, a Harvard Student, who perished in November of 1981, under very suspicious circumstances. Despite being a cold case and meeting resistance at every turn, Eve continues to seek justice for Joan.
    “I began researching this case back in 2006, because the former prosecutor announced that he was writing a book about this case.” mentions Eve. “Having understood the case from the beginning, I understood that what he wrote was similar to the story that was promoted through the media. However, it did not match up with documents that I recovered.”
    “The case is forty-two years old, and no one has been tried or charged with the crime,” explains Eve. “The state of Massachusetts alleged that Leonard Paradiso picked up Joan at Logan Airport, took her to a boat, murdered her, and then dumped her in Boston Harbor. Her body was missing until 1990, when her remains were discovered in a wooded area in Hamilton, Massachusetts – and NOT in Boston Harbor.”
    Eve’s passion for this case manifested itself into a book that she authored – Simple, Safe & Secret: The 1981 Murder of Joan L. Webster. This book offers a more detailed account of the events, evidence, and people surrounding Joan Webster. She has dedicated the book in memory of Joan.
    For more information, please visit https://www.justiceforjoanwebster.com/
    To purchase Eve’s book, please visit Genius Books

  • 01:07

    Literary Spy Games

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    Amy Beth welcomes Murray Sinclair, author of F. Scott Fitzgerald: American Spy.  The two authors share s compelling conversation about mixing real life legends with fictional characters, the creative process and the book biz. 
    And our usual free form hoopla: Hot topics, fab music, and beating the Holiday Blues
    Please don't forget we are here for each other. Live, on podcast and social media
    Tweet/X 24/7 @abwrites #BigStory #Forgotten45s Guest suggestions? Creativity Questions? AmyBethArkawy.com
    ***Please support the artists you hear on this show. All books &music are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble,

  • 00:25

    Award-winning author Pamela Mshana returns to #ConversationsLIVE

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    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back award-winning author Pamela Mshana to Conversations LIVE to discuss her series GIRLS IN SEARCH OF COVER---and what she hopes readers take away from it. 
    Get your copies on Amazon here: https://amzn.to/3T2m4fE

  • 00:55

    Lest she forget

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    Lisa malice

  • 00:42

    Characters of the Bible: Finding My Story in Their Story -- Parker J Cole Show

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    As we study the Bible, we may believe we are far removed from the people described on those pages. After all, many played significant roles in helping Jesus spread the gospel. Most of us find it difficultif not impossibleto picture ourselves in that disciple-type role because we are sinful and dont always make the wisest decisions.
    In Characters of the Bible: Finding My Stories in Their Stories, author David Waddell shares his discovery of his similarity to characters in the Bible. He found a relationship with the woman in John 8:111. He saw himself in a crowd of Pharisees urging punishment of a woman who did something they had done or wanted to do. Waddell was the woman looking for love in all the wrong places. He was the woman at the mercy of Jesus who was forgiven of all her sins without defending herself. Waddell realized the connection he had with biblical characters because like him, and like us, they were sinful. And if were truthful with ourselves, we can be mean, deceitful, conniving, and abusing, just like many people described in the Bible. Yet God used them for His purposes, and He will use us if we let Him.
    I love chatting with David Waddell. He always makes me laugh. His humor and the ability to laugh at himself as well show us the humor the Lord has in many situations is always wonderful to reflect upon so join me in the conversation on Wednesday, December 6th at 7:00 pm Eastern time. You can listen in by dialing 646-668-8485. Follow PJC Media on podcast platforms everywhere. Subscribe to our YouTube channel @pjcmedia. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/12293240.

  • 01:16

    Voice of Indie Episode 174

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    Welcome to Voice of Indie, a production of Fresh Ink Group. Your hosts are Beem Weeks and Stephen Geez. This week we welcome author Judy White-Artz.

  • 00:32

    Becky Paroz writer, author, strong woman in business share her prospective

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    youtube version : https://youtu.be/ktZp6z77TPo
    https://wordsofbek.com.au Becky is an award-winning self-published author. She offers teaching on how to create your book and self-publish it. She shortcuts the learning journey for authors who are looking to add to their professional profile. Her passion for writing about male dominated industries, business, resilience and mindset has seen her featured in several compilation books. Her passion for writing Non-Faction, also allows her creative flair for fantasy to appear in print.

  • 01:32

    The New Panic Room Episode 331

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    Join James and Xtina on the Panic Room Radio Show as they talk with horror writer Jeff Parsons & audiobook narrator Jenna Green. Featuring samanthas_shelf, a segment for your enjoyment with book reviews by the lovely Samantha Hawkins. Don't miss the fun and shenanigans! 

  • 01:10

    Children's Authors -Holiday Special - Host- Marsha Casper Cook

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    Special Holiday Show on Thursday November 30th at 4:30 EST 3:30 CST 2:30MT 1:30 PST.
    Join Marsha Casper Cook, Rich Linville, and Deb Hockenberry for a lively off-the-cuff discussion about Children's Books.  
    http://www.marshacaspercook.com
    http://authordebhockenberry.net

  • 01:02

    Certified Reiki Master Explores Life in Poetry "Ocean" Writings

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    Healing is a blessing it's impossible to receive too much of in this world. Whether you're seeking #healing, insight, inner #guidance or clarity, there may be a gain for you during today's Off The Shelf #Books #podcast. 
    Tune into the shows by dialing (347) 994-3490
    Special guest is Anastasia Lindsey. Anastasia is a poet, Certified Reiki Master, Reiki I & II, Certified Consulting Hypnotist, Womb Light™ Practitioner, Womb Light™ Light Leader, and a Sound Healing & Meditation Practitioner. She aims to help others heal as a writer. Anastasia is also the author of the poetry book, “Ocean”, a gold book award winner.
    During the show Anastasia and Off The Shelf Books host, Denise Turney, will discuss why you feel loved or unloved, the healing power of poetry and writing and benefits of therapy. The art of writing and book marketing are other topics the two may dive into. 
    Ready to learn more about inner healing? 
    Tune in! Listener dial-in number: (347) 994-3490
    The world needs healing!

  • 00:30

    Second Chances and Hope with Author Elaine Roth on Book Lights

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    Elaine Roth is a New Jersey based author who writes about young widowhood, grief, and dating as a solo parent. Her work has appeared on HuffPost, Refinery29, Modern Loss, and Scary Mommy. Her story was also featured on People.com and in the New York Times. She has two kids and an adorably neurotic rescue dog who keep her busy when she's not writing or teaching Pilates. You can read her story on reconstructingayearinhope.com or connect with Elaine on Instagram @thisyoungwidowlife. You can learn more on her website: https://www.elaineroth.com/
    And for more about our host Lisa Kessler visit http://Lisa-Kessler.com
    Book Lights - shining a light on good books!