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Christian Writing industry experts share weekly content for all levels of Christian writers. Whether you're a beginner or bestseller, you receive practical information and how-to application you can use to grow your writing career as a faith-based author. --Each week, Linda Goldfarb and her guests cover various topics, including the craft of writing, fiction topics, nonfiction topics, self-care for writers, and the business of writing to name a few. --If you're an aspiring Christian writer, ...
 
The Bright Side is a podcast centered around optimism and contributing to the world in positive ways. The Bright Side provides meaningful conversations about adjusting perspective and reframing negative situations to draw positive lessons from them. Each week, Kaitlynn and her guest will detail their own dark times and light at the end of each tunnel, with complete transparency and authenticity, because when it comes down to it, there is a bright side to every situation.
 
This is a church where Christ is the Head, and everybody, as part of the Body of Christ, is somebody within the Body of Christ. We believe that God calls, equips, and prepares each of us for the work of the ministry and the edifying of the Body of Christ. We're located at 1 Garvin Street in New London, CT. We'd love to see you! www.shilohnl.com
 
Slaying your rockstar demons may be the greatest battle of your life! Never fear, the CHECK YOUR HEAD Podcast is here, where musicians and experts such as Seether, Fred Armisen, Linda Ronstadt, and Killswitch Engage share their mental health solutions for wellness. A music journalist and life coach for musicians, host Mari Fong deep dives with her interviews to bring out the open and honest rockstar stories you want to hear, while mental health experts share their solutions for recovery. A g ...
 
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Welcome to the 47th episode of Wild Society! The disappearance of 39-year-old David Carter Sr. from Melvindale, Michigan, turned tragic when half of his body was found on the side of an Ohio interstate. His girlfriend at the time of the disappearance became the case's prime suspect. But how did an identified suspect simply disappear from multiple a…
 
Writing Bible studies that make a difference is a skill Katy Kauffman has mastered. Listen in to discover Bible Study tools you can use today. Linda's industry expert is Katy Kauffman. Katy is an award-winning author, Bible teacher, editor of Refresh Bible Study Magazine, and a co-founder of Lighthouse Bible Studies. She graduated from Luther Rice …
 
Mari Fong interviews singer-songwriter Cap Carter and USC's Director of Belonging and Loneliness Expert, Cat Moore. Cap Carter shares his solutions for depression and addiction recovery having experienced a painful childhood and the difficult divorce of his parents. Cap’s single “Relapse,” started out as an exit song but became the song that saved …
 
Writers make marketing and social media mistakes, and Bethany Jett helps get them on the right track to writing success in today's episode. Linda Goldfarb's industry expert is Bethany Jett. Bethany is a multiple award-winning author, ghostwriter, and marketer who received the Distinguished Scholar award for earning the top GPA in her Master’s Progr…
 
Organized writers are happy writers. Join Linda Goldfarb and her guest, Edie Melson to learn strategies to help organize your writing and your writing life. Linda's industry expert is Edie Melson, whose core message is Find your voice, live your story…. Her blog, The Write Conversation reaches thousands and has consistently been named a Writer’s Di…
 
Mari Fong interviews Anna Gevorkian and Shaunt Sulahian of Satellite Citi on OCD and PMDD with Chris Trondsen, M.S., AMFT, APCC, OCD Specialist & Therapist. Satellite Citi share solutions for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder or OCD and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder or PMDD. Shaunt Sulahian talks about his late OCD diagnosis and the havoc it wreaked …
 
Pre-writing research is key to great story content. Award-winning novelist, Lisa Carter shares two ways to apply our research to the story and research basics. My industry expert is Lisa Carter – Lisa is a Multi-published author who describes her romantic suspense novels as “Sweet Tea with a Slice of Murder.” Her novel, The Stronghold won a Daphne …
 
Welcome to the 46th episode of Wild Society! On July 30, 2008, Vince Li boarded a Greyhound bus bound for Winnipeg, Canada. The seat he chose was next to a young man named Tim McLean. Three hours after boarding, Li suddenly pulled out a large knife and stabbed McLean. What transpired after that moment would horrify a nation and forever change how y…
 
Are you writing a time-slip novel? How do you keep the chronological events in the correct order? Award-winning author, Diann Mills shares ten tips to make your fiction flow. DiAnn is a bestselling author who believes her readers should expect an adventure. Her titles have appeared on the CBA and ECPA bestseller lists; they’ve won two Christy Award…
 
Mari Fong interviews David Shaw of The Revivalists and solo artist, and Farid Hashemi, Wim Hof Certified Instructor. David Shaw shares his story of growing up with fears, insecurities and “not feeling good enough” which led to anxiety and drug and alcohol addiction. One long night of drinking led to a fateful night that shocked and scared the hell …
 
Welcome to the 45th episode of Wild Society! John Wayne Gacy is one of the most infamous serial killers in American history. The Chicago native assaulted, raped and murdered at least 33 young men and boys in a 6 year period. In January 1968, U.S. Army Sergeant Rick Duggan was shocked when he saw his childhood friend John “Chick” Donohue. Duggan was…
 
Novel writers research before writing. Award-winning author, Lisa Carter shares tips to make the research process understandable. My industry expert is Lisa Carter – Lisa is a Multi-published author who describes her romantic suspense novels as “Sweet Tea with a Slice of Murder.” Her novel, The Stronghold won a Daphne du Maurier and Under a Turquoi…
 
Welcome to the 44th episode of Wild Society! Carina Saunders was just 19 years old when she went missing from the Oklahoma City area. On October 13, 2011 her remains were found behind a grocery store in Bethany, OK. An investigation into her brutal murder ensued. Although there are many twists and turns in the investigation, the case is still unsol…
 
Writers can feel lonely. Mentor expert, Jayme Lee Hull, shares tips to overcome loneliness and how seasoned writers can help too. Jayme is a speaker, mentor expert, certified coach, and author of Face To Face: Discover How Mentoring Can Change Your Life. She is the host of the Face To Face Mentoring Podcast and loves to hear others share their God …
 
Welcome to the 43rd episode of Wild Society! Among the brutal beginnings of the United States, Micajah and Wiley Harpe were the most brutal of men. They killed women, children - even newborns. Their thirst for blood began as guerrillas for the British against the American colonies during the Revolutionary War. Their murderous path led them to kill …
 
Writing for film and television. Does your writing have what it takes? Writer and producer Brian Bird shares what he looks for in a screenplay. Linda Goldfarb welcomes Brian Bird - Brian is co-creator and executive producer of the top-rated Hallmark Channel series WHEN CALLS THE HEART, now prepping its ninth season -- and he’s the executive produce…
 
Welcome to the 42nd episode of Wild Society! Described as the most revolting case in German criminal history, the story of Fritz Haarman is not for the faint of heart. Known to have possibly killed up to 50 boys and young men, find out why he was dubbed the “Vampire of Hanover” From the outside looking in, the Bush family appeared to be normal, eve…
 
Mari Fong interviews musical guest Jesse Leach of Killswitch Engage, Times of Grace and The Weapon, and suicide prevention expert Dr. Dan Reidenberg of SAVE.org. Jesse Leach talks about how a toxic relationship triggered his anxiety and depression, how he came to realize the abuse, and what it took for him to finally break away. Jesse talks about h…
 
Writing devotions is what Cindy Sproles helps us understand better in this episode of Your Best Writing Life. Cindy Sproles was born and raised in the Appalachian Mountains. She loves her heritage and enjoys sharing about the mountain culture. Cindy is a speaker, author, and conference director and she works as a writing mentor. She’s married to Ti…
 
Welcome to the 41st episode of Wild Society! It’s commonly known that identical twins can have a strong connection to one another, but the case of Ursula and Sabina Eriksson takes this concept up a notch. This case investigates Folie à Deux, French for "a madness of two." Linda Lou Taylor was a sucker for love. Or maybe just marriage. At the age of…
 
Songwriting? Are you ready to turn your words into lyrics? British singer-songwriter, Sharon Tedford can help you begin. Sharon is an international British singer-songwriter, author, speaker, and award-winning podcast host. Her latest album and companion book provides you with a “private worship retreat.” Mother of three and wife of an Irishman, Sh…
 
Welcome to the 40th episode of Wild Society! John Douglas White appeared to be a pastor who had been saved from his past. But when his necrophilia fantasies got the best of him, he murdered 24 year old Rebekah Jane Gay on Halloween morning in 2012. However, this wasn’t the first time White had killed… Growing up in a devout Catholic family in 1960s…
 
Mari Fong interviews singer-songwriter Winona Oak and Richard "Wolfie" Wolf, meditation expert and author of In Tune: Music as a Bridge to Mindfulness. Swedish songstress Winona Oak was a 12-year-old when her panic attacks and anxiety began, triggered by her hormonal cycle (PMDD or Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder). Winona eventually became agorapho…
 
Beginning writers need this. Before you sit down to write, listen to this episode. Award-winning author, PeggySue Wells provides succinct tips to get your writing career started. “Eminently quotable, PeggySue Wells is a tonic — warm like your favorite blanket, bracing like a stiff drink.” History buff and tropical island votary, PeggySue parasails,…
 
Welcome to the first live show of Wild Society at Pridefest in Oklahoma City! Check out our merch here See all of our episodes here Send us case ideas, or personal stories here Hell’s Half Acre Sources: The Emergence and Evolution of the Gay and bisexual Male Subculture In Oklahoma City, 1889- 2005 OKC History Mystorical Tony Sinclair & The Inferno…
 
The right narrator is key to a successful audiobook. Self-narration or voice-actor? Audiobook producer and narrator, Linda Goldfarb gives tips to make your book a viable audiobook option. Linda Goldfarb is an award-winning author of the LINKED® Quick Guide to Personalities series, international speaker, professional actress, podcaster, and audioboo…
 
Welcome to the 38th episode of Wild Society! Gerald Cavanagh sat at a San Francisco gay bar, taking in the nightlife around him. An attractive young man approached the World War 2 veteran. He handed Cavanagh a piece of paper. The young man had drawn Cavanagh’s portrait on that piece of paper. The sketch was good. Really good. After talking a bit, t…
 
Mari Fong interviews Brian Wheat of Tesla and expert Karl Shallowhorn, mental health educator, speaker, coach and author of “Leadership Through the Lens of the 12 Steps.” Brian Wheat of Tesla shares how he overcame bulimia, addictions, and lives successfully with panic attacks, depression. Brian Wheat’s autobiography entitled, Son of a Milkman: My …
 
Christians, it's okay to write about your life. Biographies and memoirs have a lot to offer. Dr. Craig von Buseck gives great insight into writing about others and yourself. My industry expert is Dr. Craig von Buseck –Craig is an award-winning author and popular speaker. He holds an MA in Journalism from Regent University. His book, I Am Cyrus: Har…
 
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