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Welcome to the IQ Knowledge Junkie podcast, where enlightening ideas come from! I’m The Author of “LMAOKJ” (Learning More After Obstacles Kenneth Journey) “LMFAOKJ” (Learning Motivation From All Over Knowledge Junkie) and “IQKJ” (Inspiring Quotations Knowledgeably Justified). I’ve been in a magazine, won the best sense of humor award in High School and I plan on owning a NBA Team & an Amusement Park. Twitter : @lmaoKJ Instagram @ilmaoKJ Google : LMFAOKJ to see all of my book information. Sup ...
 
God has spoken to Jeremy Laney about a grace awakening that is taking place right now. The Holy Spirit is moving in a powerful and loving way throughout the world to open the eyes of our understanding about the Gospel of Christ. Jeremy is committed to helping people discover how they can reign in life through the abundance of grace and gift of righteousness. His desire is to reveal the truth that's been hidden for centuries by the forces of darkness. Once you understand what Jesus really did ...
 
Welcome to LifeSpark Ministries! We are a ministry dedicated to encouraging & building up the lives of individuals through the Word of God. We are a Conduit of Knowledge and we are here to help YOU become unstuck in your walk with Christ. Whether emotionally, physically-mentally, financially or emotionally through sound biblical teachings. Our goal is to encourage you to take the promises of God, and teach you how to apply them to your Christian walk. We want so much to see life spark within ...
 
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Is abortion ever justifiable? With the SCOTUS hearing the Mississippi abortion law case the Crawford Roundtable discusses abortion from a Christian perspective. How might Justices Brett Kavanaugh or Amy Coney Barrett come down on this issue? Is Senator Jeanne Shaheen correct when she says that changes in the abortion laws will cause a "revolution?"…
 
Oh my goodness. We LOVE this episode with Sophie Cousens! She and her work are SO much fun—gorgeous settings, fun meet cures, quirky characters—and the escapism you need NOW. We talk about how she moved from YA sci-fi to (adult!) romantic comedies, losing confidence in your work at the 30,000 word mark—and how it’s often harder to write the books t…
 
Join us for a free, live book-to-film event with producers Kim Williams, Edwin Stepp, and Jonathan Burkhart on Thursday, December 2, at 8pm ET / 5pm PT (introvert-friendly! We won't be able to see you).Get your FREE ticket here: https://manuscriptacademy.com/book-to-filmWant to meet a Hollywood producer, director or showrunner? Consult with them ab…
 
In this episode of the National Roundtable Podcast we give thanks for you, and discuss Thanksgiving and its origins. We'll have a light-hearted conversation about what's on the Thanksgiving table at each of the guy's households, and also discuss the current state of shortages and inflation. And we give great thanks to the Lord, our God, for the bou…
 
This week the National Crawford Roundtable examines the Kyle Rittenhouse case, the 18-year-old who is accused of killing 2 protestors and injuring another during the unrest in Kenosha, Wisconson. Rittenhouse, then 17 years old, claims he was present to defend the property and lives of the citizens there, and that the shootings were done in self def…
 
In this episode of the National Crawford Roundtable the guys talk about counterfeit Christianity and the reinventing of Jesus. A new poll from Probe Ministries shows almost 70% of self proclaimed "born-again Christians" believe that other religious beliefs can lead souls to Heaven. This shows a worsening of the Pluralism that was shown to be at 57%…
 
Content warning: Adult themes, childhood illness.We’ve never seen an author-agent relationship like this! Jonathan and Renee not only joke, but regularly roast each other—showing a level of comfort most can only dream of. We learn about their journey, from meet-cute (which Renee nearly forgot) to Jonathan playing hard to get (even though she was hi…
 
This week the National Crawford Roundtable reviews last night's elections in Virginia and New Jersey, and the World Series. With an amazing win for Republicans in Virginia, and the count too close to call in the New Jersey Governor's election, the guys discuss how this will affect upcoming elections. Also, the Roundtable talks about the Atlanta Bra…
 
This episode the National Crawford Roundtable continues the discussion about how Christians should treat Halloween. What are the real origins of Halloween; is it a Christian holiday stolen by the Pagans, or a Pagan holiday converted by Christians? How should Christians view Halloween, Trick or Treating, and grisly decorated houses? What about churc…
 
Join us Wednesday, October 27, 8pm ET / 5pm PT, for a FREE panel with book-to-film producers Eric Mofford, Marilyn Atlas, and Keith L. Shaw. Get your free ticket here: https://manuscriptacademy.com/live-pitch-workshop. Replay available at the same link, starting at 10pm ET. We are thrilled to have Book-To-Film producer Eric Mofford join us to answe…
 
Over the next several episodes the National Crawford Roundtable podcast will delve into "Halloween-ish" topics and how Christians should respond to them. This week the guys discuss ghosts, haunted houses and scary movies. What is the biblical perspective regarding ghosts? What are they really? Why do some places, including houses, seem to be "haunt…
 
We loved this book! If you’re also a fan of Practical Magic, Hocus Pocus, and books both spooky and pretty, Lana’s newest work, Payback’s A Witch, is a beautiful, fun, sexy rom com for your October.We discuss how to know when you’ve written *just* enough description (and the fact that many readers don’t want to smell characters), writing villains w…
 
We talk about putting language to uncomfortable encounters, “I see what you did there” moments that are streamlined and brilliant, and why you don’t need (and probably shouldn’t have) a strict schedule for yourself as a writer. We also discuss vibrant settings, happy accidents, and how Amanda became an entrepreneur. Amanda Jayatissa grew up in Sri …
 
In this episode of the National Crawford Roundtable the guys discuss transgenderism and the gender debate. How should we, as believers, view and handle the gender confusion being thrust on our children? Could parents lose their parental rights or have their children taken away for physchological child abuse if they "mis-gender" their child or refus…
 
We are so happy to welcome Janet Costa Bates, award-winning author of several titles including, most recently, the picture book Time for Bed, Old House.We talk about Impostor Syndrome, selling books with *and* without an agent, and collaborating with your creative partners (wait until you hear how well her illustrator tapped into her story). And, y…
 
In this episode of the National Crawford Roundtable we discuss the moral and ethical dilemma some Christians face regarding vaccine mandates and the "Religious Exemption." Are Christians using deception with the Religious Exemption claim, and if so, is it morally or ethically wrong to use this exemption? Currently there is a huge surge in people fi…
 
In this episode of the National Crawford Roundtable the guys talk about COVID vaccine discrimination and the so called, "thinning of the herd" with healthcare workers and others are being fired en masse because they choose to not be vaccinated for COVID. Why are some required to get vaccines in order to remain employed, yet others are not? Is it hy…
 
Welcome to an episode with the sweetest co-writing backstory we’ve ever heard—plus insight from their agent, Leticia Gomez, about what made this book work for her. On the Rocks, a narrative nonfiction book written by Maria Costanzo Palmer and Ruthie Robbins, chronicles the journey of personality Joseph Costanzo, Jr. in his rise to success in the 19…
 
In this episode of the National Crawford Roundtable podcast we delve into the teaching of Critical Race Theory in American schools and the Military. What is Critical Race Theory; how do we define it? Is there truth in the belief that white supremacy and racism are at the core of the foundatioonal structure of America's history? Is opposition to CRT…
 
In this episode of the National Crawford Roundtable podcast the guys will discuss 2 different aspects of the COVID-19 vaccination issue. First, a new poll from OnePoll shows 16% of Americans have ended an average of 3 friendships over vaccination disagreements, with the majority ended by those that have been vaccinated. Why is this happening? What …
 
Have you ever wanted a book that felt like a hug? A smart, funny, perfect escape? Nandini Bajpai’s Sister of The Bollywood Bride (published in India originally as Red Turban, White Horse) is the wedding/family/YA rom com you didn’t know you needed.Julie actually met Nandini at SCBWI years ago—and knew even then that she’d be a success. We talk abou…
 
This episode the National Crawford Roundtable podcast reflects on the 20th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks. They guys share their thoughts on the conspiracy theories of an "inside job', "controlled demolitions", "no plane hitting the Pentagon" and others. Were we right to go into Afghanistan? What about Iraq? And what should we do about the Taliban…
 
In this week's National Crawford Roundtable podcast the guys share updates regarding the situation in Afghanastan and COVID-19 vaccinations. In the first half of the podcast we look at the shocking reality that we have officially left behind in Afghanastan hundreds, possibly thousands or American citizens and Afghan allies who are now in danger for…
 
We are so darn excited for today’s podcast. Not only was Laurell one of those interviews where you can just *feel* the writerly energy in the room, but she was creative, kind, thoughtful—and has amazing tips for your work. From avoiding info dumps (and a brilliant technique we’d never heard of) to planning a series (28 books strong!), research for …
 
In this episode of the National Crawford Roundtable podcast we follow up on our discussion from last week with the latest developments in Afghanistan. What should President Biden have done differently in Afghanistan, and what should he be doing now? It looks like we're obeying the Taliban's demand to get out by August 31st; how do we get our Americ…
 
This episode the National Crawford Roundtable discusses the current fiasco in Afghanistan. How serious is this humiliation for the United States? Are we experiencing another, "fall of Saigon" moment? Was the 20 year war a waste of time, effort and resources? In Biden's address to the nation he defended, "his" decision to end the war, but wasn't it …
 
Today on the podcast, we are so happy to welcome author Jennifer Chen and her agent, Caitie Flum from Liza Dawson Associates. We originally asked Jennifer on to talk about short pieces, and how she succeed with them—and she does a great job discussing that—but we were so pleasantly surprised to watch the thoughtful, kind, creative dynamic between t…
 
In this episode of the National Crawford Roundtable the guys discuss the Andrew Cuomo Scandal and the Democrats response to it. We'll run down the list of allegations and talk about the numerous alleged victims. Had Cuomo not resigned would he have been impeached? And what is with the "2 week" resignation--why is that being allowed instead of an im…
 
Thanks so much for the support! On this episode I wanna enlighten my audience on the importance of individualism because without being ourselves we won’t experience the fullness of what we could actually be.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/iq-knowledge-junkie/support
 
In this episode of the National Crawford Roundtable podcast the guys discuss and debate whether the government should step in and break up the monopolies of Big Tech--Amazon, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, etc., as well as regulate them like public utilities. What about Section 230 protections being removed? What would a monopoly br…
 
We are so thrilled to talk with Andrea Bartz, author of The Herd and (out today!) We Were Never Here. We discuss how the work was inspired (by someone very nice and non-murderous on a vacation), what it means to write scary works as a woman, and how she maintains *just* enough tension throughout.Andi says: Hi! I’m Andi, a Brooklyn-based writer and …
 
In this episode of the National Crawford Roundtable the guys discuss the 2020-2021 Tokyo Olympics. Is anybody watching? The television ratings for the Olympics are at a 30 year low--why? Are those who ignore the Olympics being unpatriotic? What about Simone Biles quitting due to, "stress" and mental health issues? Why isn't more being made of the 2…
 
In this *episode of the National Crawford Roundtable podcast we talk about the mandating of COVID vaccines for military personnel, medical staff and other workers. How can Americans be forced to inject things into their bodies or lose their careers or livelihoods? What's driving this cult-like obsession with vaccine acceptance and adherence? Are th…
 
In this episode of the National Crawford Roundtable podcast, *the 99th original episode, we discuss liberal Democrat misinformation in regard to the crisis in Cuba, the Texas Voter Integrity Law, and the Major League All-Star game location shift due to the voter laws in Georgia. Is the uprising in Cuba really due to lack of access to the COVID-19 v…
 
In this episode of the National Crawford Roundtable the guys discuss the sins of slavery and polygamy from a distinctly Christian point of view. Could someone simultaneously be a Christian and a slave owner or polygamist? How do we contextualize American and slave ownership? Many of our Founding Fathers were slave holders; how do we reconcile this?…
 
Welcome to another First Pages podcast! This week, our brave volunteer is Tamara Kahler. We talk with Tamara about pitching dark work just after a pandemic (and putting an emphasis on hope and agency), her submission strategy (you don’t have to send it to as many people as most recommend), and how she avoided the dreaded manuscript saggy middle (an…
 
In this episode of the National Crawford Roundtable the guys discuss the current wave of Anti-Americanism on the Left. What is driving it? From where does Anti-American attitudes like Grammy winner Macy Gray saying the U.S. flag is a symbol of hate, or a Transgender Olympic BMX bike rider saying he wants to burn the U.S. flag on the podium if he wi…
 
Join us for a quick summer Q&A—with questions from our Facebook group!Haven’t joined? There are 3,000+ writers there to help you with your query, your comps, and be your supportive community along the way. Just head to ManuscriptAcademy.com/Facebook.In this episode, we talk about summer slowdown, editorial agents, when to write subsequent books in …
 
Is working for, or with Christians and Christian businesses harder than working with, or for non-Christians? Are we, as Christians, more high maintenance than non-Christians? Is so, what drives that bad behavior? Why do Christians sometimes act like rude, inconsiderate jerks? Are our expectations of other Christians higher than for non-Christians? …
 
Hey everyone! This is a live recording of a very special book-to-filmevent with Eric Mofford (producer and consultant) and Marty Go (producer and director) all about how to craft an elevator pitch. If you’ve ever wondered how to describe your work quickly—or panicked at the “So, what’s your book about?” question—this episode is for you! Prefer to w…
 
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