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This is the hour of power with authors and experts who will expand and enhance your life. Hosted by New York Times best selling author, Cynthia Brian, you'll be inspired, encouraged, motivated, and edu-tained. 

 

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Embracing the Magic Within, Family Garden Activities, Preparing for a New Job

June 03, 2020

Wednesdays with Writers continues with Embracing the Magic Within, an empowering book written to remind us of the power we each behold by author Shelly Wilson. Through positivity, inspiration, words of wisdom and personal stories, Shelly aims to assist us with acknowledging this magical energy, so that we can create and truly live a life we love.

 

For the foreseeable future, we are all grounded, but we don’t have to endure a perpetual Groundhog Day. Expand the quality of daily living by proposing the joys of gardening and being one with nature to your children, teens, and community. Go outside, meander, and explore with gardening activities suggested by Goddess Gardener Cynthia Brian. 

 

When the pandemic ends, workers will be seeking new jobs or even new careers. Many previous jobs will now be telecommuting and digital work will be the norm. Find out what skills you can gain now to be ready for the new workforce. 

 

BIO: Shelly Wilson is an author, intuitive medium and conscious creator who is passionate about helping people wake up to their greatness. She supports others as they navigate their own journey into consciousness to experience aliveness. She offers private sessions, intuitive coaching, small business coaching, Reiki sessions and teaches workshops. Shelly’s books, 28 Days to a New YOU, Connect to the YOU Within and Journey into Consciousness, are available in paperback and eBook. She is also the creator of Journey into Consciousness: Cards of Empowerment. Shelly’s newest book, Embracing the Magic Within, and accompanying Clarity Cards are now available. www.ShellyRWilson.com

 

 

 

Listen at Voice America Network, Empowerment Channel: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/123663/embracing-the-magic-within-family-garden-activities-preparing-for-a-new-job

Next Pandemic, Technology of Intention, Disharmony of Silence

May 27, 2020

Wednesdays with Writers continues to offer you just published books by authors during this Covid 19 Crisis.

 

After being cocooned for weeks, wearing gloves, masks, personal distancing, and feeling the fear of possible infection of Covid-19, what will we do to prepare for the next pandemic? The former CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Susan Desmond Hellmann, wrote a critical piece for the Wall Street Journal describing what to expect. Cynthia Brian reads the highlights. 

 

Wednesdays with Writers continues with our two guests. 

 

Kim Stanwood Terranova believes that we can all create our own destiny. We need to believe in ourselves and wake up to our inner greatness. Her book, The Technology of Intention: Activating the Power of the Universe Within You teaches the reader how to tap into this technology and unleash its power. We all have the power we’ve just forgotten how to use it. Intentions give us the pathway to consciously create our lives.

 

Linda Rosen spins an intriguing tale of long-held family secrets, an emotional search for identity, and a painting that may just be the key to untangling the complicated past in her book Disharmony of Silence. In her desperate quest for family, Carolyn Lee, fitness trainer and amateur photographer, is determined, against all advice, to reveal a shocking eighty-four-year-old secret that she has uncovered. It has the potential to tear lives apart, or to bring her the closeness and comfort she longs for. It all depends on how she handles it.

 

 

Bio: Kim Stanwood Terranova is a woman of passionate power who assists individuals with experiencing true inner greatness and unlimited, authentic joy. She’s the best-selling author of The Technology of Intention: Activating The Power of the Universe Within You!  Kim holds a license as a Practitioner of Truth from The Agape International Spiritual Center in Los Angeles, and she has also earned a Bachelor's Degree in Spiritual Studies. For over three decades she has immersed herself in the application and practice of universal spiritual truth and wisdom.  https://kimstanwoodterranova.com

 

Bio: Linda Rosen, writer and fitness professional, lives with her husband splitting their time between New Jersey and Florida. Her debut novel, The Disharmony of Silence, was published by Black Rose Writing in March 2020. Rosen was a contributor to Women in the Literary Landscape: A WNBA Centennial Publication for the Women's National Book Association and has had stories published in literary magazines both print and on-line. She is a member of the Women's Fiction Writers Association and the Women’s National Book Association where she is National Recording Secretary and Selections Coordinator of the Great Group Reads committee which chooses books for National Reading Group Month. Her website www.linda-rosen.com links to her blog, “The Literary Leotard.”

 

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Listen at Voice America Network, Empowerment Channel:https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/123580/next-pandemic-technology-of-intention-disharmony-of-science

​Wednesdays with Writers: Cultivating Gratitude, Last Days of Sylvia Plath, Life Of William Faulkner, Mixed Harvest

May 20, 2020

Wednesdays with Writers continues to offer you just published books by authors during this Covid 19 Crisis.

Gardening is not a hobby; it is an essential part of being. Gardening is a survival skill and an art form. This lockdown has sparked an increased appreciation for the solitude and splendor of gardening. Goddess Gardener, Cynthia Brian, helps you cultivate artful gratitude.

 

Two books will be discussed by author Carl Rollyson,,The Last Days of Sylvia Plath and The Life of William Faulkner.  The Last Days of Sylvia Plath highlights how a writer can be shaped after their death and the subsequent fallout from posthumous literary editing. Rollyson brings together a vast range of source materials, drawing a sharp and convincing portrait of Faulkner, a great artist and family man who heroically struggled to support friends and family during the depths of the Depression in the second biography.

 

After millennia on earth with little impact, the inadvertent transition from hunting and gathering to agriculture happened within a few thousand years. Mixed Harvest by Rob Swigart is the story of the Sedentary Divide, the most significant event in human history. Before, humans followed their food; after, diet had abandoned wild foods by domesticating, irrevocably changing, plants and animals.

 

Bio: Carl Rollyson is the author of fourteen biographies for adults on subjects ranging from literature and journalism (Martha Gellhorn, Norman Mailer, and Rebecca West) to politics (Michael Foot) and the theater (Lillian Hellman). He has published four biographies for children about Marie Curie, Pablo Picasso, Thurgood Marshall, and Emily Dickinson.  His biographies of Rebecca West and Amy Lowell, and his study, A Higher Form of Cannibalism? Adventures in the Art and Politics of Biography, were supported by NEH Fellowships. Three of his biographies of Marilyn Monroe, Dana Andrews, and Walter Brennan are part of the Hollywood Legends series published by the University Press of Mississippi. The Last Days of Sylvia Plath and The Life of William Faulkner are his most recent publications. www.CarlRollyson.com

 

Bio: Rob Swigart is a genre-fluid writer with sixteen published books and almost as many unpublished, including satire, science fiction; interactive fiction; thrillers; archaeology textbook/novels, an Audible collection of short stories based on computer jargon of the 1980s, and dozens of poems. From humble beginnings as a cub reporter, he moved on to teach English in Greece, become a medic in the army, work in college textbook publishing, and go to graduate school. Then he taught, was a technical writer and journalist, designed games, spent a dozen years as a futurist, and traveled to dozens of archaeological sites in order to write about the past. Being a commercial, instrument rated pilot and SCUBA diver did little to prepare him for the apocalypse. His black belt in aikido may prove useful. Mixed Harvest recently won a gold Nautilus award. www.robswigart.com 

 

LIVE SHOW 4-5pm PT: https://bit.ly/3cDti0Z

Listen at Voice America Network, Empowerment Channel: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/123458/cultivating-gratitude-last-days-of-sylvia-plath-life-of-william-faulkner-mixed-harvest

Wednesdays with Writers: Sustainable Fashion, Mavericks, Mystics, and Misfits: Americans Against the Grain, Nature Beyond Solitude

May 13, 2020

Wednesdays with Writers continues to offer you just published books by authors during this Covid 19 Crisis.

Climate awareness has morphed into all facets of our life. Recycle, Reuse, Repurpose, Renew have been “in the moment” words. Fortunately, the fashion industry is getting on board the movement as 10% of the world’s carbon emissions and 20% of the worlds’ water waste. Plus 85% of the world’s textiles end up in landfills or incinerated. How can we all be more sustainable and still be fashionable? Cynthia Brian visits her closet!

It’s Writer’s Wednesdays, and today Cynthia Brian interviews two fascinating authors:

 

Arthur Hoyle is a writer, educator, and independent filmmaker. His documentary films have won numerous awards and have aired on PBS. His second book, Mavericks, Mystics, and Misfits: Americans Against the Grain, takes the reader on a journey across American history through the lives of exemplary men and women whose stories capture the spirit of their time and place and reveal the American character.

 

John Seibert Farnsworth is a nature writer based in the San Juan Islands of Washington State. He is renown for writing about ecology from a storyteller’s perspective with a wry humor. His book, Nature Beyond Solitude, explores the communal experience of nature at five west-coast field stations during a six-month sabbatical where I assisted with their long-term ecological studies. Taking the form of field notes, the entire book was written in-situ, both from the place and the moment where the experience took place. 

 

 

Bio: Arthur Hoyle is a writer, educator, and independent filmmaker. His documentary films have won numerous awards and have aired on PBS, and he received a media grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. He received Bachelors and Masters Degrees in English from the University of California, Los Angeles, and taught English, coached tennis, and served as an administrator in independent schools. He currently volunteers as a naturalist in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, leading interpretive walks on Chumash Indian culture. His portrait of America, Mavericks, Mystics, and Misfits: Americans Against the Grain, was published March 24, 2020 by Sunbury Press. He lives in Pacific Palisades, California. www.arthurhoyle.com

 

Bio: Known for his wit and his unique perspectives on the natural world, John Seibert Farnsworth left academics to become a nature writer after 21 years in the classroom. Having studied literary natural history en route to earning his PhD, he now studies nature itself, and his approach is to write from nature rather than merely writing about it. Since being granted emeritus states from Santa Clara University in 2018, Farnsworth has authored two books, both published under the Comstock imprint of Cornell University Press. The first, Coves of Departure, narrates a decade of teaching, researching and exploring in the wilds of Baja, Mexico.  His new book, Nature Beyond Solitude, provides a behind-the-scenes look at five west-coast field stations where long-term ecological studies are underway. https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501747281/nature-beyond-solitude/

 

LIVE SHOW 4-5pm PT: https://bit.ly/3cDti0Z

 

Listen at Voice America Network, Empowerment Channel: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/123349/sustainable-fashion-mavericks-mystics-and-misfits-nature-beyond-solitude

Wednesdays with Writers-Jennifer Steil and Joanne Rocklin and Mother's Day Hosannas

May 06, 2020

Social distancing in this COVID19 era has been detrimental to authors. As part of our Be the Star You Are! Disaster Relief Outreach program, Be the Star You Are!® has collaborated with the Authors Guild to showcase the new books launched by many authors from around the country in a variety of genres. For the next few months, make sure you are tuned in to both StarStyle®-Be the Star You Are!® on Wednesdays at 4pm PT for “Wednesdays with Writers “as well as  Express Yourself!™ airing on Sundays at 3pm PT for “Super Smart Sundays”, both broadcasting right here on the Voice America Network, Empowerment Channel to learn about these fantastic authors and books. It’s a giant read-a-thon. 

 

Cynthia Brian interviews Jennifer Steil about her new book, Exile Music which explores an overlooked slice of World War II history, telling the story of a family of Jewish Viennese musicians who find sanctuary in Bolivia in 1939. Steil offers a beautiful meditation on the things we all hold dear - family, friendship, home.

 

In segment two, author Joanne Rocklin showcases her newest picture book, Good Guy, Bad Guys, about playing pretend—and the joy of trying out being “bad” or “good.” This charming picture book is a timeless celebration of imagination and make-believe, showing readers that kids can safely try out good and bad personas as they play.

What’s a hosanna? It’s whatever makes you feel special. Cynthia Brian reads a passage about her Mother from Be the Star You Are!® 99 Gifts for Living Loving, Laughing, and Learning to Make a Difference as a homage to the sacrifices and dedications of Moms everywhere!

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Bio: Jennifer Steil is an award-winning author and journalist. Her new novel, Exile Music, forthcoming from Viking on May 5, 2020, follows the lives of a family of Austrian Jewish musicians who seek refuge from the Nazis in Bolivia in 1938. 

Her most recent novel, The Ambassador’s Wife (Doubleday 2015), won the 2013 William Faulkner-William Wisdom Creative Writing Competition Best Novel award. The novel has received much acclaim, notably in the Seattle Times, Publishers Weekly, Booklist, and The New York Times Book Review. Jennifer’s first book, The Woman Who Fell From the Sky (Broadway Books, 2010), a memoir about her time as editor of the Yemen Observer newspaper in Sana’a, was hailed by The New York Times, Newsweek, and the Sydney Morning Herald. https://www.jennifersteil.net/work/the-author-jennifer-f-steil

 

 

Bio: Joanne Rocklin is the author of many books for children, including The Five Lives of Our Cat Zook, which won the Golden Kite Award, and Love, Penelope, which was an NCIBA Golden Poppy Book Award winner. https://joannerocklin.com/

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Coconut Oil, Integrative Medicine with Dr. Bonnie Mclean, Wine Wednesday with Heather Brittany-Red Varietals

April 29, 2020

Is coconut oil a legendary superpower? The taste is yummy and creamy. Is it better than using butter? Learn the facts from the American Heart Association. Then use it sparingly. 

 

The healthier we are the more we can enjoy our elder years and the more we can pass down the wisdom that each one of us has gained over our lifetimes. How can an integrative approach to medicine help us age gracefully? Dr. Bonnie McLean O.M.D., A.P., M.A., B.S.N, an award winning Doctor of Oriental Medicine is the author of Integrative Medicine: The Return of the Soul to Healthcare, and has been speaking on healthy aging for over thirty years and has the answers.

 

Today on Wine Wednesday, sommelier Heather Brittany explores lesser-known red varietals from around the world including Tempranillo, Barbera, and Cab Franc to name a few. Grocery stores often have aisles filled with hundreds of bottles of red wine, but why, with more than 1300 grape varietals, are those wines typically Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, or Merlot? 

 

 

Bio: Bonnie McLean O.M.D., A.P., M.A., B.S.N.

A graduate of Duke University School of Nursing in 1967,  Dr. McLean practiced nursing for 20 years.  She received her MA in Counseling from Pepperdine University in 1976 and her Doctorate in Oriental Medicine in California in 1986.  She has been in the healthcare field for over 50 years.  She was awarded Top Doctor of Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture in 2019 and Top Holistic Healer of the Decade 2020 by the International Association of Top Professionals,  Wall Street,  N.Y. She is the author of Integrative Medicine:  The Return of the Soul to Healthcare. She conducts her acupuncture practice with a holistic approach ( body, mind, and spirit.)  Using acupuncture as her primary tool,  she also incorporates hypnosis, guided imagery, energy medicine ( Reiki, Pranic Healing, essential oils, flower essences, and homeopathy ), energy psychology ( EFT), and shamanic healing.Her specialties include stress-related disorders ( anxiety, depression, insomnia, trauma ), pain issues, women's health, immunity, rejuvenation, and longevity. http://www.spiritgatemedicine.com 

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Bio: Heather Brittany grew up in a family with roots in the vineyards. Working at Danza del Sol Winery in Temecula and being a sommelier, Heather continues the family tradition of vine to wine. She was a teen co-founder of Be the Star You Are!® 501 c3 charity to empower women, families, and youth through increased literacy and positive media messages. From 2002-2016, Heather produced and co-hosted the T42-A Mother/Daughter Brew segments on StarStyle®-Be the Star You Are!® 

Heather also authored chapters in both books Be the Star You Are!® for Teens and Be the Star You Are! Millennials to Boomers. She lives in Southern California with her husband and barnyard of chickens where she enjoys gardening, nature, hiking, and entertaining. Working in the wine industry, she is a sommelier and encourages everyone to have a daily glass of vino for better health and happiness.

https://www.danzadelsolwinery.com/blog/Danza-Del-Sol-Spotlight

 

Listen at Voice America Network, Empowerment Channel: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/122969/coconut-oil-integrative-medicine-with-dr-bonnie-mclean-wine-wednesday-with-heather-brittany-reds

Motivating Moments, Dallas Woodburn,  HB’s Wine Wednesday Bubbles for Earth Day

April 22, 2020

What keeps you motivated? During challenging times, do you have strategic things that you do to keep going when you want to quit? Cynthia Brian will offer a few tips on how to be up when you may be down. 

 

Cynthia Brian interviews author Dallas Woodburn about new novel, The Best Week That Never Happened. It is a love story set in Hawaii, with a dash of mystery and magic, about living each day to the fullest. Kirkus Reviews raved, "This debut novel is captivating and moving. A dazzling, emotional story of love, loss, and living in the moment.” Dallas has developed a Book Club Kit that is available for free on her website, www.dallaswoodburnauthor.com for anyone who is interested in reading the book with a group!

 

Wine Wednesday: It's Earth Day, so we're celebrating with the Bubbly!! Champagne, Cava, Prosecco... all the same right? Wrong! How do the bubbles get there anyway? Jump into the effervescent world of sparkling wine with sommelier, Heather Brittany. We are going to find the right bubbles for all your troubles with sommelier, Heather Brittany with a world of bubbles. Our virtual party celebrates Mother Earth!

 

 

Listen at Voice America Network, Empowerment Channel: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/122967/motivating-moments-dallas-woodburn-wine-wednesday-bubbles-for-earth-day

 

 

Bio: Dallas Woodburn is an author, writing coach, and "book doula" who is passionate about spreading the joys of reading and writing. Her debut YA novel, The Best Week That Never Happened, is being published by Month 9 Books this month. She has also written extensively for newspapers and magazines, hosts the popular book-lovers podcast “Overflowing Bookshelves” and leads the organization Write On! Books. Dallas lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband Allyn and their one-year-old daughter Maya. www.dallaswoodburnauthor.com

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Bio: Heather Brittany grew up in a family with roots in the vineyards. Working at Danza del Sol Winery in Temecula and being a sommelier, Heather continues the family tradition of vine to wine. She was a teen co-founder of Be the Star You Are!® 501 c3 charity to empower women, families, and youth through increased literacy and positive media messages. From 2002-2016, Heather produced and co-hosted the T42-A Mother/Daughter Brew segments on StarStyle®-Be the Star You Are!®  Heather also authored chapters in both books Be the Star You Are!® for Teens and Be the Star You Are! Millennials to Boomers. She lives in Southern California with her husband and barnyard of chickens where she enjoys gardening, nature, hiking, and entertaining. Working in the wine industry, she is a sommelier and encourages everyone to have a daily glass of vino for better health and happiness.

https://www.danzadelsolwinery.com/blog/Danza-Del-Sol-Spotlight

Gardening is OPEN, Wine Wednesdays with Heather Brittany 

April 15, 2020

We may be mandated to stay at home but gardening is not canceled. If you have a pot or a plot, Cynthia Brian has tips to help keep you sane and safe while you enjoy blossoms, blooms, and bouquets AT HOME. We do have it in our power to begin the world anew. Listen to and abide by the mandates of the experts. We may not be able to predict the course of the virus, but we do have agency over our actions and reactions. The Goddess Gardener’s April Gardening Guide provides a plethora of ideas to keep you occupied, safe, happy, and healthy as we navigate the next month together and apart. 

 

We won’t whine about the condition of the world, we will condition to the world of wine! Times are changing quickly, so the Mother/Daughter dynamic duo are trading in their tea-cups for wine glasses. Our “tea party” has been elevated to include more fun.  Join sommelier Heather Brittany for tips and sips of our favorite beverage from the vine along with food pairing ideas. It’s Wine Wednesdays and this week we’ll take a quick sip into wine basics.  Plus, Heather will share her personal fave, Sauvignon Blanc, one of the most versatile varietals! Raise Your Glass!

 

Bio: Heather Brittany grew up in a family with roots in the vineyards. Working at Danza del Sol Winery in Temecula and being a sommelier, Heather continues the family tradition of vine to wine. She was a teen co-founder of Be the Star You Are!® 501 c3 charity to empower women, families, and youth through increased literacy and positive media messages. From 2002-2016, Heather produced and co-hosted the T42-A Mother/Daughter Brew segments on StarStyle®-Be the Star You Are!® 

She lives in Southern California with her husband and barnyard of chickens where she enjoys gardening, nature, hiking, and entertaining. Working in the wine industry, she is a sommelier and encourages everyone to have a daily glass of vino for better health and happiness.

https://www.danzadelsolwinery.com/blog/Danza-Del-Sol-Spotlight

 

 

Listen at Voice America Network, Empowerment Channel: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/122873/gardening-is-open-wine-wednesdays-with-heather-brittany-sauvignon-blanc 

Passover and Easter, Monet’s Garden, Protecting Parents

April 08, 2020

What is the connection between Passover and Easter? The Last Supper was a Passover Seder. Both holidays are about the dead rising to new life. This week marks Passover and Holy Week culminating on Easter Sunday. Refresh your history of these commemorations.

 

Elder abuse and elder fraud are rampant. If you have aging relatives, it is important to watch for signs that something is amiss. Educate your parents about scams, financial issues, and caregivers.  Lawmakers are taking action to fight suspicious activities.

 

Printemps est arrivée. A cavalcade of color has erupted in the garden. However mediocre, imperfect, untamed, and unruly, a garden is a personal masterpiece, a slice of heaven created by the person who wields the spade. Goddess Gardener, Cynthia Brian, offers an Easter gift gardening guide for April.

 

 

Listen at Voice America Network, Empowerment Channel: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/122213/passover-and-easter-monets-garden-protecting-parents

April Fool’s Day, Sow Spring, Beating Bullies

April 01, 2020

There will be no LIVE show today on StarStyle®-Be the Star You Are!®! Or, will there? April Fool’s Joke? With all the fake news in the media, we are not about to add more, but we will tell you the origins of this jester holiday.

 

Spring has sprung and it’s time to sow seeds. What are the essentials of gardening that you’ll need to dig deeper? You’ll discover tips to designing a personal project with the help of Goddess Gardener, Cynthia Brian.

 

If your child is being bullied, what are the signs? Although we may not be able to control bullying, we can mitigate the inflicted damage. Find steps to help your child through the torment. 

 

“I know that the seeds I sow I will harvest, because every action, good or bad, is always followed by an equal reaction. I will plant only good seeds this day."

Og Mandino

 

Listen at Voice America Network, Empowerment Channel: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/122207/april-fools-day-sow-spring-beating-bullies

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