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Radio Show | Shobhan Bantwal

Author, Shobhan Bantwal, who describes her writings as Bollywood in a Book, discusses her 5th and upcoming novel, “Full Moon Bride.” Shobhan has also authored “Dowry Bride”, “Forbidden Daughter”, and “The Sari Shop Widow ,” and “The Unexpected Son.”

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Radio Show | Flint Whitlock

Pulitzer-nominated author, and military historian Flint Whitlock discusses his novel, “Internal Conflicts”.

Flint has also authored, The Fighting First, The Beasts of Buchenwald, The Rock of Anzio , Turbulence Before Takeoff, Distant Bugles-Distant Drums.

His novel, If Chaos Reigns, a non-fiction military history of the Allied airborne and glider operations on D-Day, is yet to be released..

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Radio Show | Rosalie T. Turner

Rosalie T. Turner discusses her novels, “Sisters of Valor,” “Freedom Bound,” “Going to the Mountain: Lessons for Life’s Journey,” “My Very Own Book of The Lord’s Prayer”.

Her recent publication, “Beyond The Dream”, inspirational and historical fiction recently debuted. Rosalie has now begun research for her next title, “March With Me”, about the 1963 Childrens March in Birmingham, Alabama.

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Radio Show | Anthlogy: “Oil and Water and Other Things That Don’t Mix” and Contributing Authors

Contributing authors discuss their stories in the anthology, “Oil and Water and Other Things That Don’t Mix”.

Contributing authors (pictured): Zetta Brown (editor and publisher), Shonell Bacon, Lissa Brown, Maureen E. Doallas, Angela Elson, Melanie Eversley, L. B. Gschwandtner, Mary Larkin, Karen Pickell, Tynia Thomassie, Linda Lou Vegas, and Amy Wise.

Other contributors: (not pictured) Dallas Woodburn, Nicky Wheeler, Jenne R. Andrews, Nicholson Brown, Mollie Cox Bryan, Mylène Dressler, Nicole Easterwood, Kimeko Farrar, John Klawitter, Kelly Martineau, Patricia Anne McGoldrick, Ginger McKnight-Chavers, Carl Palmer, Dania Rajendra, Cherie Reich, and Jarvis Slack.

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Other Places Where You Can Connect with Contributing Authors

Zetta Brown
Zetta Brown’s Desk
Jim and Zetta

Shonell Bacon
CGL Entertainment

Melanie Eversley
http://content.usatoday.com/community/tags/reporter.aspx?id=447
http://www.thegrio.com/author/melanie-eversley/
http://www.theroot.com/users/melanieeversley
http://www.linkedin.com/in/melanieeversley

Cherie Reich
http://cheriereich.blogspot.com

Tynia Thomassie
http://oilwaterdontmix.blogspot.com/2011/03/meet-tynia-thomassie-author-of-bop-this.html

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Radio Show | Mingmei Yip

Mingmei Yip returns to discuss her recent novel, Song of the Silk Road, a love adventure story with a three million dollar award, set in the famous Silk Road and its Go-In-But-Never-Come-Out Taklamakan desert .

Her first novel, Peach Blossom Pavilion, explored the life of the last Chinese geisha who is a qin player.
Petals from the Sky, her second work, presented a Buddhist love story set in Hong Kong, Manhattan, Paris and China.

Song of the Silk Road turns readers attentions to the trading routes between East and West in a romantic setting.

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Radio Show | Joni B. Cole

Author of Water Cooler Diaries: Women across America Share Their Day at Work, popular speaking and writing instructor, Joni B. Cole, discusses her book, “Toxic Feedback: Helping Writers Survive and Thrive”.

Joni is also the creator
 of the acclaimed “This Day”–three-volume series, This Day: Diaries From American Women and This Day in the Life: Diaries from Women Across America–revealing the reality of a
diversity of American women’s daily lives (“both fascinating and
eye-opening,” Publisher’s Weekly).

Nominated for a 2011 Pushcart Prize,
 Joni has published numerous essays in literary journals, and is a contributor to 
The Writer Magazine [7 Myths About Feedback].

Her book Another Bad-Dog Story and Other True Tales
will be released this fall from PublishingWorks.

Joni lives with her family in Hartford, Vermont.

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Radio Show | Amy Loftis Alley

Visual artist, Amy Loftis Alley, discusses her debut novel, The Absence of Anyone Else.

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