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Listen in as author Linda Sivertsen (aka Book Mama) brings together the world’s most beloved bestselling authors for monthly chats on writing, publishing, deal-making, spirituality, activism, and the art of romancing creativity. Now streaming on American Airlines, these up-close conversations are a fan favorite, frequently profiled on “Best Podcast” lists (i.e., The Motley Fool’s “10 Best Podcasts for Women”), and on the top Arts & Books pages of iTunes/Apple Podcasts. Join Linda and her cel ...
 
In this podcast, Greenleaf Book Group CEO Tanya Hall discusses all things book publishing, from how to write your book and build your author brand to getting your book into book retailers. Each episode will feature an expert guest, including editors, designers, publicists, and branding strategists.
 
A bite-sized, behind the scenes show on what happens before and after your book’s publication date. Join Vanessa Campos and Dr. Jennifer Dorsey as they answer ALL your book publishing questions and deep-dives into the nitty gritty process of writing, designing, and marketing , social media marketing and marketing strategy for business owners. Learn more about us at www.broadbookgroup.com
 
Journey Sixty6 is your trip advisor for the book writing journey. Join Melissa Parks and Dave Goetz as they address everything from writing, publishing, and promoting your book.They also address the challenges of how to build an online following while working on your book. This is the must-listen-to podcast for all aspiring book writers, especially for leaders, small business owners, and entrepreneurs who want to extend their influence.
 
The book tells the story of the quest for Captain Grant of the Britannia. After finding a bottle cast into the ocean by the captain himself after the Britannia is shipwrecked, Lord and Lady Glenarvan of Scotland decide to launch a rescue expedition. The main difficulty is that the coordinates of the wreckage are mostly erased, and only the latitude (37 degrees) is known.Lord Glenarvan makes it his quest to find Grant; together with his wife, Grant’s children and the crew of his yacht the Dun ...
 
With an emphasis on travel books and long-form travel literature, host Jeremy Bassetti talks with the world’s most inspiring travel writers about their work and about the business and craft of travel writing in this award-winning podcast. Past guests include travel writers like Paul Theroux, Pico Iyer, and Rolf Potts. The show also covers topics related to travel journalism, travel blogging, and travel photography.
 
A weekly talk-through of IELTS topics and tests to help you learn about the issues, vocabulary, tips and strategies you need to prepare for your test day. Follow me on www.facebook.com/ieltsetc and join the Members Academy for all the downloads, step-by-step online courses and support to get you a Band 7+ in the #ielts test. www.members.ieltsetc.com/academy/
 
Responding To Rfps for neighborhood companies that targets potential clients AT https://www.therfpsuccesscompany.com/book Responding To Rfps helps you to communicate with your target market which is initially the ones in your local area. Those customers whom you cannot reach right away may be informed about your business through your website. You may offer discounts or promos if your company may allow it so customers may be drawn to buy from you. You also need to create an effective advertis ...
 
Vox Conversations brings you discussions between the brightest minds and the deepest thinkers; conversations that will cause you to question old assumptions and think about the world and our role in it in a new light. Join Sean Illing, Jamil Smith, and their colleagues across the Vox newsroom for new episodes every Monday and Thursday.
 
The full title of this book is The Origins of Christianity with an Outline of Van Manen’s Analysis of The Pauline Literature. Willem Christiaan van Manen (1842-1905) was a Dutch theologian. The vast majority of van Manen’s radical criticism of the New Testament and Christian origins has never been translated into English. In this book, Thomas Whittaker outlines the arguments of van Manen for an English-speaking audience. Van Manen’s work is not now generally known, but his views obtained not ...
 
Think art history is boring? Think again. It's weird, funny, mysterious, enthralling, and liberating. Join us as we cover the strangest stories in art. Is the Mona Lisa fake? Did Van Gogh actually kill himself? And why were the Impressionists so great? Subscribe to us here, and follow us at www.artcuriouspodcast.com for further information and fun extras. © 2021 Jennifer Dasal // Find us on Twitter and Instagram: @artcuriouspod
 
Literary Speaking connects writers with the publishing industry by featuring conversations with best selling authors, literary agents, publishers and publicity firms. How do I establish a writing practice? Find an agent? Get published? Build a platform? Discover tips and tricks to build your writing practice and release your story out into the world. Join me as I interview expert guests as they share their experiences as published authors and industry professionals to inspire and infuse your ...
 
This is a true account by American woman journalist who, in 1889, set out to see whether she could beat the fictional journey in Jules Verne’s 1873 novel, Around the World in Eighty Days. Wearing one dress and carrying one handbag, Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman (pen name “Nellie Bly”), reported her travels back to avid readers in America.
 
Greenmantle is the second of five Richard Hannay novels by John Buchan, first published in 1916 by Hodder & Stoughton, London. It is one of two Hannay novels set during the First World War, the other being Mr Standfast (1919); Hannay’s first and best-known adventure, The Thirty-Nine Steps (1915), is set in the period immediately before the war started. – Hannay is called in to investigate rumours of an uprising in the Muslim world, and undertakes a perilous journey through enemy territory to ...
 
This podcast is primarily aimed for those who have accepted the covenant originally offered by the Lord Jesus Christ in Boise, Idaho in September 2017. However, all are welcome to listen in. The goal is to present personal stories of those who are involved in this movement and to present insight into some of the projects related to the movement. Please see episode 1 for more information on what we are about.
 
Anne of the Island is the third book in the Anne of Green Gables series following the adventures of its heroine Anne Shirley as she leaves for Redmond College in the busy city of Kingsport to study for her bachelor’s degree. The third installment in the series sees the beloved protagonist experience new adventures and challenges outside the familiar setting of Avonlea. The novel kicks off when Anne decides to pursue her dream of a higher education, and subsequently leaves her two year teachi ...
 
Mark J. Kohler and Mat Sorensen, Tax Attorneys, Investors, and Entrepreneurs host the Main Street Business Podcast (Formerly the Refresh Your Wealth Show). The show covers, tax strategies, rental real estate, self-directed IRAs, legal strategies, business topics, and asset protection. They break down difficult topics such as LLCs, corporations, estate planning, raising capital, and retirement planning. They have a knack for explaining important and complex topics in an engaging and entertain ...
 
Smart Talk is a daily, live, interactive program featuring conversations with newsmakers and experts in a variety of fields and exploring a wide range of issues and ideas, including the economy, politics, health care, education, culture, and the environment.
 
One of the earliest polished examples of existential literature, Notes from the Underground follows the life of a recluse and depicts his antagonistic attitude toward society. Written in two parts with a first person narration, the novella explores various themes expressing the misleading notion of rationalism and utopianism, existentialism, alienation and human inaction. The psychological novel begins with a monologue in which the protagonist introduces and characterizes himself. Referred t ...
 
Etiquette, manners, and beyond! Join Emmy® Award-winning journalist Nick Leighton and acclaimed comedian Leah Bonnema ("Late Show with Stephen Colbert"), the perfect odd couple, as they try to make the world a nicer, more polite place and offer up practical advice to help you smoothly glide through any situation. Please listen and follow! (We'd send you a hand-written thank you note if we had your address.)
 
CNN's chief Washington correspondent, Jake Tapper, hosts this hourlong weekday afternoon program, which mixes Tapper's interests with headlines from around the country and the world, headlines that span politics, money, sports and popular culture. "The Lead" also concentrates on bringing stories that aren't found on front pages -- buried leads -- to the forefront.
 
Ronn Owens has had the top-rated program with KGO 810 for over 35 years. In that time he has had thousands of guests in the hot seat, including President Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Steve Martin, Condoleezza Rice, Benjamin Netanyahu, John McCain, Eliot Spitzer, Joe Montana, Tony Bennett, Jimmy Carter, Willie Mays, Secretaries of State, CIA Directors and community leaders. As a versatile talk host and author, Ronn covers everything from politics to pop culture, and his show has been called th ...
 
Published in 1886, this novel encompasses a small community wherein Veronica, having lost her own mother, is “adopted” by a neighbour, Gertrude, who has a son of her own. The son, Dietrich, is learning how to become a saddler as his father before him. Their life is filled with hard work, but also some contentment. From the mother they now share, and two other matronly neighbours, Dietrich and Veronica learn valuable lessons about life. As the years pass, Dietrich and Veronica encounter troub ...
 
From nine to noon every weekday, Kathryn Ryan talks to the people driving the news - in New Zealand and around the world. Delve beneath the headlines to find out the real story, listen to Nine to Noon's expert commentators and reviewers and catch up with the latest lifestyle trends on this award-winning programme.
 
Each week, Kiffanie adds ease to the legalese of running your creative business by answering one question submitted by creative business owners just like you! Have a question you want to submit? Leave it here: http://theartistsjd.com/ask-kiff/
 
I'm Matthew Kimberley and here at How To Get A Grip I question your favorite entrepreneurs' sanity. Specifically, I ask: "what keeps you sane?" For some it's morning meditation, for others it's night-time naughtiness. Because one thing's for certain: working for yourself comes at a cost, and How To Get A Grip explores exactly how to manage that cost and preserve your sanity.
 
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This is the second part of our two episode special with author and book coach, Jennie Nash. If you haven’t listened to part one yet, go back and check out episode 51. In today’s episode, Jennie picks up where we left off and dives deeper into the topic of book proposals, sharing her insight into what makes a proposal truly standout.…
 
Nicolas Ricketts has been the curator of The Strong Museum of Play in Rochester New York since 1998. He's researched the history of paper artifacts and board games, and served for a time as the president of The Ephemera Society of America. The museum itself holds exhibits ranging from a pinball playfield to a video game hall of fame, also serving a…
 
In South Africa, Debora has been covering the deadliest violence since apartheid, sparked by the jailing of former President Jacob Zuma. She says it has been fuelled by poverty and instigated by insurrectionists. Also the Covid Delta variant is making its way through Africa, with a devastating third wave in South Africa, which is now moving elsewhe…
 
Biofouling is the bane of any boaties' life, but could it be harnessed to extract energy from waves? Researchers at Auckland University and NIWA are studying whether the organisms which quickly grow over any object in the ocean, could add to the drag going through a wave energy extractor, thereby creating more power. What's more, they say the techn…
 
Auckland man David Willetts has traveled overseas for potentially life extending medical care, but is in limbo about when, or, if he'll be able to secure an MIQ place, this is despite having a return ticket. He has incurable myeloma and will receive medical treatment in Singapore for a secondary blood cancer. He tells Kathryn Ryan that a stem cell …
 
The reasons for writing a memoir are many. Some write to understand their past; others share truths from their past to help others. Still others write memoirs as a way of preserving their family history. In this episode, we introduce the topic of writing a memoir and identify five basic elements to keep in mind when starting out to write one. Every…
 
Handwritten notes show Trump told DOJ last December: “Just say that the election was corrupt + leave the rest to me” ; CNN: Trump pressed DOJ in December to say election was corrupt; Former Justice Dept. Officials may testify in house probe of Trump’s efforts to overturn election results.; First group of Afghans who helped American troops arrive in…
 
On today's edition of The Ronn Owens Report, Ronn talks about the Biden administration's latest efforts to get more Americans vaccinated against Covid-19. You can listen to the Ronn Owens Report weekdays at 11:30am, 3:30pm, and 7:30pm on KGO810 or just go to www.kgoradio.com/ronnowens/ for today's and most of the previous segments. See omnystudio.c…
 
Looking at Olympic success so far, Sam ponders whether Bay of Plenty is New Zealand's sporting capital. He says seeing triathlete Hayden Wilde win the first medal set him thinking about how the region punches above its weight. The Mount Maunganui based mens sevens team got silver and arguably our leading Olympian, Ohope's Lisa Carrington's canoe ev…
 
70%+ of U.S. lives in “High” or “Substantial” transmission area; NYC Mayor: More guidance Monday on indoor mask use; DC reinstates indoor mask mandate even for the vaccinated; Biden announces vaccine requirement for all federal employees; Biden: if you’re out there unvaccinated, you don’t have to die; Biden: This is not about red states and blue st…
 
Educator, Te Ataakura Pewhairangi was brought up in te ao Māori, and her home language was and still is te reo Māori. She has completed a Bachelor of Arts and teaching degree entirely in te reo Māori and is currently completing a Master of Arts, majoring in Māori studies at Massey University. She is also the Māori Student Recruitment Advisor there.…
 
Hospital nurses are eyeing up possible strike action after rejecting the government's latest pay offer, while their counterparts in hospice care pursue pay parity with hospital nurses. Hospice nurses are paid significantly less, with estimates putting the difference between 10 and 20 percent less than DHB nurses. Nurses employed by 18 different hos…
 
Making the Most of the HSA & HRA - Game-Changing Health Care Strategies for small business owners and entrepreneurs. Mark and Mat cover so many important items that every business owner should know. Don't miss this episode! To learn more or search for prior episodes visit: https://mainstreetbusiness.com/…
 
Forest fires are ravaging the western US, burning more than 1.5 million acres in 12 states. Wildfire smoke is so extensive it has created hazy sky conditions as far east as New York State. Firefighters are struggling to respond to the changing fire situation, including weather forecasts that do little to improve the poor conditions in the drought-s…
 
Vox's Jamil Smith talks with Larry Krasner, the former civil rights attorney who's been district attorney of Philadelphia since 2018. They talk about the bold agenda of criminal justice reform that Krasner's office has been trying to implement, the recent upturn in violent crime across the country, and how to stare down the seemingly unshakable sys…
 
It’s not an exaggeration to say the United States has never had a president like Donald Trump. It’s also not a stretch to say that Trump’s last year in office was unlike any other. A once in a century pandemic, nation-wide protests and a racial reckoning after the murder of George Floyd and a presidential election that Trump, and others, have screa…
 
The Senate on Tuesday advanced a bipartisan infrastructure deal that had been hung up on finance details. The Biden administration has promoted the plan as important to creating and sustaining a green economy to create jobs and fix crumbling infrastructure around the country. Recognizing the added challenge of climate change, U.S. Sen. Bob Casey of…
 
On today's edition of The Ronn Owens Report, Ronn wonders why so many people refuse to follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control at this point in the pandemic. You can listen to the Ronn Owens Report weekdays at 11:30am, 3:30pm, and 7:30pm on KGO810 or just go to www.kgoradio.com/ronnowens/ for today's and most of the previous s…
 
Episode Description In this episode of the Miles to Memories podcast we discuss how Citi has become the hardest approval in the game, which hotel gives you the best bang for your buck and we share our recent application successes. We also talk about how long miles and points transfers take, Amazon freebies and our favorite travel gear. Episode Note…
 
All kids have angry reactions, and most parents can largely accept these when they can see the cause. But some kids seem to explode for no apparent reason. What's going on? And how can parents and caregivers respond? Such kids are often feeling a painful ambivalence about love and attachment, says parenting coach and educator Joseph Driessen. Paren…
 
Technology commentator Sarah Putt joins Kathryn to discuss a new survey from Netsafe which has found New Zealanders believe the internet is more dangerous than it was five years ago, everyone's talking about the billionaire space race what impact it could have on the space economy and Google is boosting its New Zealand presence - what does that mea…
 
Bipartisan negotiators reach long-awaited infrastructure deal; Pelosi won’t commit to bipartisan deal until she’s seen it; CDC Dir.: new data on “breakthrough” cases to be released soon; Thousands evacuate but brothers stay to battle nearby blaze in CA; All 67 Florida counties considered “high transmission” areas To learn more about how CNN protect…
 
Max Olson is the founder and CEO of SeaChange, a company that wants to build hydro-foil car and passenger ferries that would deliver zero-emission transit. Earlier this year the company successfully trialled a prototype, and plans are now underway to scale it up and take it across Cook Strait. Max joins Kathryn to talk about why he believes there's…
 
The Law Commission is publishing an issues paper about the review of surrogacy law, submissions on which are invited until 23rd September 2021. Proposals for an overhaul of New Zealand's surrogacy law would grant intended parents immediate rights and give surrogate mothers more financial support and protection, including from exploitation.…
 
The Commerce Commission has just released its draft report of its study into the grocery sector. The Commission has been looking at the main supermarket chains for more than a year, focusing on the price, quality and range available to customers, whether the major retailers have too much bargaining power and if they co-ordinate with each other to p…
 
Airdate: Wednesday, July 28, 2021 The surging COVID infection rate is being called a “pandemic among the unvaccinated.” Just as pandemic restrictions were reduced or eliminated this summer, the Delta variant of the virus became the dominant strain among those infected. Viruses constantly evolve through mutation, and sometimes the variants are more …
 
On today's edition of The Ronn Owens Report, Ronn expresses his displeasure with those who refuse to get vaccinated and talks about the emotional testimony from four police officers in the first House select committee hearing on the insurrection. You can listen to the Ronn Owens Report weekdays at 11:30am, 3:30pm, and 7:30pm on KGO810 or just go to…
 
The AMR team talks about the recent Wall Street Journal article on life expectancy dropping by 1-5 years in 2020 - the largest decline since at least World War II. Scott shares financial planning tips for widowhood. One of the most important is ensuring that cashflow needs are being met to cover expenses. Chris answers a mailbag question from a cli…
 
Professor Allan Blackman joins Kathryn to look at how researchers have harnessed the brainwaves of a paralyzed man who was unable to speak and turned what he intended to say into sentences on a computer screen. He'll also look at the history of doping at the Olympics and touch on why gold, silver and bronze are chemically interesting. Allan Blackma…
 
Over 30 years ago Jenny Scott was farming in Southland when an independent livestock agent friend shared how much time it was taking to keep up with the book-keeping side of the businesses. GST had just been introduced, and Jenny had bought her first computer for the family farm - to keep up with their GST obligations. She set out to help that frie…
 
Erin French is the owner of the Lost Kitchen in her small hometown of Freedom, Maine, where the population hovers just above 700. The restaurant is located in a former 19th century grist mill has made Time magazine's list as one of the World's Greatest Places. Erin French absorbed her culinary skills working at her family's diner, she's never had a…
 
Australia correspondent Bernard Keane joins Kathryn to look at how Sydney's lockdown will have a noticeable economic effect, with the government under pressure to increase financial support. The lockdown protests at the weekend acted as an opportunity for every group - from conspiracy theorists, anti-vaxxers and the far right - to come out to compl…
 
CDC revises guidance, recommends vaccinated people wear masks indoors in COVID hot spots; CDC urges masks for the vaccinated & everyone in k-12 schools; CDC revises mask guidance as COVID cases rise in all 50 states; New mask guidance as daily COVID cases rise 65% in one week; Hospitalizations up 36% in one week; Biden considering mandatory vaccina…
 
With the government and the farming sector looking to reduce emissions, the race is on to find practical on the ground solutions to old problems. Methane production is a huge contributor to greenhouse gasses in New Zealand, making up 44.5 percent of our emissions in 2018 at the last measurement by Stats NZ. Over three quarters of the methane emitte…
 
A prominent New Zealand scientist is calling for security of vaccine supply through self sufficiency, saying it's not only viable, but vital. Director of the Vaccine Alliance Aotearoa NZ Professor Graham Le Gros, of the Malaghan Institute tells Kathryn Ryan he's currently in conversations with scientists in the UK, who've approached New Zealand to …
 
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