Day: 5 December 2012

Interviews with co-authors of How to be a Writer in the E-Age… And Keep Your E-Sanity! by Joanna Celeste (4 February 2013)

Introduction:

[Interview by Joanna Celeste http://joannaceleste.com]

I read How to be a Writer in the E-Age… And Keep Your E-Sanity! by Catherine Ryan Hyde and Anne R. Allen last year and I’m thrilled that their first update was recently released in e-book form. The title of their book is right on the money.

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Compassionate Rebel Storytelling: a new genre of storytelling – an interview with Rebecca Janke (7 April 2005)

Introduction

Rebecca Janke is the co-author of The Compassionate Rebel: Energized by Anger, Motivated by Love. Although my interview is only with Rebecca Janke, to completely understand her work, you would need to know a little about the co-authors of one of her books Burt Berlowe and Julie Penshorn.

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An Average Guy on the path of Enlightenment – an interview with Mark C. Carroll (19 March 2005)

I first came across Mark’s work when he commented on one of my articles posted on the net. Since then, we have been corresponding via email. It was after reading some of his work and articles that I realised that he is a man of many talents and one I would love to interview. He described himself as “an average leader trying to do an above average job of leading” and this humility is what enamoured me most. It is with great pleasure that I introduce to you, Mark Carroll.

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3 in 1 – an interview with Judy Cullins (18 March 2005)

Judy Cullins has been a 20-year Book and Internet Marketing Coach works. She works with small business people who want to make a difference in their lives, build their credibility and clients, and make a consistent life-long income. She is the author of 10 eBooks including Write your eBook or Other Short Book Fast, Ten Non-Techie Ways to Market Your Book Online, The Fast and Cheap Way to Explode Your Targeted Web Traffic, and Power Writing for Web Sites That Sell. She offers free help through her 2 monthly ezines, “The BookCoach Says…,” “Business Tip of the Month,” and blog Q & A at http://www.bookcoaching.com/opt-in.shtml. Her website also features over 170 free articles. It is with great pleasure that I introduce you to Judy Cullins.

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Disclosure – an interview with Rosemarie Skaine (14 March 2005)

Introduction

Rosemarie Skaine earned her M.A. in Sociology. She holds honorary society memberships in Pi Kappa Delta, speech, Alpha Kappa Delta, sociology and Quill and Scroll, journalism. Publications other than seven books include coauthored national and international journal articles. Other activities include general consultation, consultation on three television documentaries, expert testimony, numerous presentations to all types of groups and interviews with media. Without further ado, please let me introduce to you Rosemarie …

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The Tax Man – an interview with Richard Thornton (10 March 2005)

Introduction

It has only been less than two years since Richard Thornton and I became friends. We live in the same apartment complex and I have come to admire him for his intelligence and meticulous research into any given topic and his abilities in interior decorating! Without further ado, I am pleased to introduce to you, Richard Thornton, The Tax Man.

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Fairy Godmother – an interview with Merlyn Swan (7 March 2005)

Introduction

Merlyn Swan is, by far, one of the most important persons in my life. During the course of the past 21 years I have come to know, admire, respect and love her dearly. She really is my ‘fairy godmother’ for she has been instrumental in the many decisions I have had to make in life. For example: many months ago, I told her, “Someday, I would like to write a book.” Her answer was a straight, “If you want to write a book, then write it. Don’t just talk about it.”

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Is Life Really A Game? – An Interview with Dr. Chérie Carter-Scott (26 February 2005)

Introduction

Dr. Chérie Carter-Scott is the author of If Life is a Game, These are the Rules: The Ten Rules for Being Human. This book has brought her international acclaim and success. Dr. Chérie Carter-Scott has been coaching change successfully since 1974. Also an entrepreneur, consultant, lecturer, teacher/trainer, talk-show host, and seminar leader, she has a whole host of books, namely:

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Way, away from here! – interview with Steve Robertson (24th of February 2005)

Introduction

Steve Robertson has lived in the Jacksonville community for over thirty-seven years. During this time he has been an educator in the Duval County School System and recently retired from his position of Assistant Principal at a local school. In 1998, he became involved with local author, G. W. Reynolds III of the “Jetty Man” series as a cover artist, editor and illustrator for his novels. The novels and illustrations can be seen at www.jettyman.com . Like many people, Mr. Robertson had always wanted to be an author. With the publication of his highly successful first novel, “Ranch Boy,” it became a reality. He now has a second book in print, “Acorns of Love and Wisdom,” which is a lovely little book of poetry. Mr. Robertson now has two more books ready to be published. The first is a “how to” book “Soccer Made Easy For Americans,” which will be available in mid-October, and the second is a novel, “Bottom Time.” Check out his website www.ranchboybooks.com

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