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Jan.04.2014
“A Book and a Chat” starts off 2014 with Todd Brockdorf as my guest. Todd Brockdorf is NOT an astronaut, a professional athlete, or a reality TV star (yet), he simply is a regular guy who discovered how to excel beyond the ordinary and find what moves him in life. While in college, Todd thought...
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Dec.21.2013
Today is the last “A Book and a Chat” for 2103 a year that for me has not been one o f the better 365 days, however along the way I’ve had some great guests on the show and for this final of 2013 I have another one in the form of romance writer Laura V Hilton. Always a writer from a  very...
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Dec.18.2013
International best selling thriller writer Allan Topol is my guest on today’s “A Book and a Chat” chatting about his latest his Craig Page thriller The Russian Endgame, the third and final book in trilogy that includes “The Spanish Revenge” and “The China Gambit”. Allan is one of the best thriller...
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Dec.10.2013
When I have a show and the guest does not turn up, I normally try to chat about them and their book not only so people get a little information about them, but also in case they have been delayed and might join the show all be it late. Today was one of those shows, as after a few minutes my guest...
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Dec.07.2013
My guest on today’s “A Book and a Chat” Michelle Craft, is a Life Transformation Guide, Inspirational Speaker, Writer, Artist, Teacher and Visualizing Video Producer, radio show host and now author. Since a young age Michelle has known life needs to be lived in a joyful manor, and despite a...
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Nov.30.2013
Elizabeth Romero when younger often found herself lost in books that would just whisk her away to strange sounding places with strange sounding names. Her own younger life though had no such happy ending as she’d used to read about, married at a young age only to find herself four years later...
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Nov.27.2013
My guest Karen Klassen once lived a life that many can relate to trapped in a world where every day was the same, a life that consisted of a steady downward spiral. Suppressing her true feelings and living a toxic lifestyle her physical body suffered and I manifested chronic back pain, IBS,...
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Nov.23.2013
Talented author Kristina McMorris how she had been host of weekly TV shows since age nine, including an Emmy® Award-winning program.  While interviewing her grandmother for a cookery book she learned of her grandparent’s war time romance, this was the basis for her best selling multi award...
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Nov.21.2013
If my guest had followed her childhood dream I could have been chatting to an interior designer on today’s show, instead Arnine Cumsky Weiss followed a career as a nationally certified sign language interpreter and a teacher of English as a second language. She has worked in the field of Deafness...
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Nov.17.2013
If you like your romance novels with spunky heroines, strong heroes with just a touch of vulnerability, then my guest Jennifer Wilck is the author for you. When Jennifer was young, rather than counting sheep when she had issues getting to sleep her mother told her to make up stories in her head...
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Nov.14.2013
If like myself you like the type of adventure novels written by Clive Cussler and Tom Clancy then my guest on tonight’s show has a book for you. Frank F. Fiore is a bestselling author of over 50,000 copies of his non-fiction books. His success has continued since our last chat following up his...
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Nov.07.2013
Rosalyn Berne has always known that she was different from most people.  Even as a child she was aware of things that others could not see or hear, experiencing the life force around her. As she grew older like a lot of things, this gift seemed to leave her as she dedicated her life to...
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Nov.06.2013
    In her teens Natalie Gayle, author of Finding Trust and the guest on today’s “A Book and a Chat” took an occupational test and it said I should be a writer. She did not think anything more of it creating a career as a project manager in IT, all the time though this longing to become...
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Nov.04.2013
Today’s guest DV Berkom is the author of two bestselling thriller series featuring strong female protagonists. Always having this driving force to write, DV’s first effort was created at the age of seven. After attempts with fantasy and mystery, DV found her true vocation writing two bestselling...
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Nov.02.2013
Dr Florence Weinberg at the age of four shortly after she’d learned to read published her first poem in a children's magazine and wrote her first 'novel' at age six, entitled “Ywain, King of All Cats”, not only wrote it but illustrated the 'book' herself as well. After a childhood traveling...
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