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Dancers in the Air

A native of England, Jacques’ early career included international performances in Munich, Barcelona, Vienna and Costa Rica. She studied dance at The Place and The Contemporary Dance Center in London and attended the Lee Strasberg Drama School in New York to study improvisation and acting. Jacques also studied experimental theatre at the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona and movement at the Oval Theatre in London as a protege of John Trigger.
Jacques is a featured choreographer in the recently published book Site Dance, edited by Melanie Kloetzel and Carolyn Pavlik. She was included in the 2006 “Faces of Austin” installation at the Austin City Hall. Her work has been cited in publications around the globe and her performances have been featured on PBS. Her own book, 64 Beds and other Site Works, was published in 1996. Sally has taught movement to at-risk teenagers, prison inmates, senior citizens, and the differently-abled, making dance accessible for all. For more information visit

Topics of Conversation:
  • Evolution/History of Sally's work
  • Site specific and aerial dance
  • Youth taking flight
  • Blue Lapis Light Mision of creating prayers for the planet
  •  New Studio

Hand Of Chaos

Johnathan Hamlet chose writing as his Hobby  at the age of 14, churning out as he describes, terrible, never published  science fiction novels. Along the way, he kept writing. Through college. Through grad school. Through the beginning of his career, such as it is. Currently he writes genre novels that have characters brimming with personal problems, professional problems, and sexuality. Novels that do this exist. he just thinks too few of them are out there and he intends to do his best to increase their numbers. For more information on John and his book visit www.


Topics of Conversation:

  • Publishing the indie way
  • Brewing and writing
  • Using Tumblr as a writers platform
  • Obsessing about what others think
  • Hamlet’s future projects

The Threaded Adventure

Malana Ashlie is an award winning author. Her books and articles offer readers a new way of seeing old problems. She is also a board certified traditional naturopath and metaphysician. She works as a holistic counselor, focusing on helping those afflicted with chronic conditions. Her success comes from melding her knowledge of naturopathy and subtle energy with the wisdom gleaned from studies with elders of Hawaiian, Mayan and Lakota traditions. She offers this guidance in her consultations, books and the healing vacations held at her home outside La Ceiba, Honduras. For more information visit



Topics of Conversation:

  • People’s Uniqueness
  • Connecting Dots and Ripple Effect
  • Treating Imbalances not problems
  • The Mother’s Project

Faith, Supernatural Beliefs and Our Symbolic Brain

Herman Kagan is a retired psychologist with a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Arizona in Tucson, and a California License who specialized in working with troubled children and their families throughout his practice in Southern California where he currently. Kagan was always interested in the evolutionary aspects of human behavior and how it comes manifested in our cultural structure and our social interaction.  For more information on Dr. Kagan and his book visit

We have a very interesting conversation coming up with Dr. Kagan, so stick around and listen to what he has to say!


Topics of Conversation:
• Growing up without a father and how it influenced him
• Experience helping Sexual Abused Children
• Raising children today vs. raising children when he was a child
• Family and Ethnicity as Evolutionary Factors
• Cultural Exposure and Belief Impact on our Life

The Lullaby Illusion – A Journey of Awakening

Interview with Susan Joyce author of The Lullaby Illusion – A Journey of Awakening. Susan Joyce was born in Los Angeles, but spent much of her childhood in Tucson Arizona. She left the United States in 1968 to follow a childhood dream to see the world. Planning on being gone for a year, she has spent more than half of her life living abroad. As a Jill of all trades, she worked as a secretary, freelance writer, taught computer classes, wrote songs, and became an accomplished artist. Exploring other cultures fuels her curious, eager to learn life style. In addition to writing travel articles and short stories, Susan is an award winning author and editor of children's books.

We have a fun and  interesting conversation coming up with Susan Joyce, so stick around and listen to what she has to say!


Topics of Conversation:
• Finding your unique path
• Being aware. Living a lucid life.
• Dreams
• Travel
• Living in different cultures

Border Crossings

Interview with Sandra Novacek, a librarian, editor, and proprietor of 1021. She was born and raised in the Detroit, Michigan area and found her true calling as a librarian as a young girl, when she developed a checkout system for the Nancy Drew mysteries she loaned to her friends.

In 1996, a library patron introduced Sandra to Charles Novacek, widower, artist and retired engineer who spoke seven languages and had a fascinating life story. The couple enjoyed a whirlwind courtship, marrying four months after meeting. Sandra left her library post and settled with Charles in a high-rise overlooking Detroit’s riverfront.

After Charles’ death, Sandra attended by chance a library program on writing memoir featuring noted Chinese author Da Chen. Arriving early she spoke to him about Charles’ manuscript of his memoir and his determination to have it published before he died. Da Chen’s message was: “He gave you love, now you must give him immortality.” These words and the memory of Charles have kept her moving forward to publish Border Crossings: Coming of Age in the Czech Resistance


Borders Crossings is the winner of the 2013 I Have Something to Say Award for the Best 2012 Book Sharing Life Lessons Through Story Telling.

This is and enlightening, personal, and interesting interview so I hope you stick around to listen to what Sandra has to say.

Historical Fiction the best source of Reality – an interview

Interview with Tyler R. Tichelaar, author, online regular guest radio host for Author Access, owner of Marquette Fiction and Superior Book Promotions and President of the Upper Peninsula Publishers and Authors Association.


Listen to what Tyler has to say and discover the reality within Historical Fiction!

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What Happens When We Reach Our Lowest Point?

What did you feel when you heard the doors slamming behind you once in you cell? I paused wondering if we would decide to stop the interview…

“Oh man! “ A long pause…I kept silent, “I mean, that was my lowest point.”

Then the magic happened again as I found myself learning from the most horrible and personal moment of someone I have never met…


I encourage everyone to listen what Michael has to Say!

Kalu James’ Some Sort of Infusion

To back musical talent who shares genuine feelings and life lessons is worth it. You can check out Kalu’s Some Sort of fusion incentive packages through

Kalu reached out to me to let me know about his 2 album project called Some Sort Of infusion which he is trying to complete through Kick Starter. I encourage you to listen to what he has to say.

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Caribbean Wellness Advancement Project

Interview with Obstetrician /Gynecologist and HIV Specialist with over 25 years’ experience in the field. Dr. Charles Stewart. Dr. Stewart, who has invested his expertise and time for over 12 years in what he calls the Caribbean Wellness Advancement Project.

Stay tuned for an inspiring interview as we get a glimpse of Healthcare in the Caribbean – the worlds’ 2nd on new cases of Aids. Everyone should listen to what Dr. Stewart has to say.

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Recent Posts

  1. Dancers in the Air
    Tuesday, March 25, 2014
  2. Hand Of Chaos
    Tuesday, February 04, 2014
  3. The Threaded Adventure
    Wednesday, November 13, 2013
  4. Faith, Supernatural Beliefs and Our Symbolic Brain
    Tuesday, October 08, 2013
  5. The Lullaby Illusion – A Journey of Awakening
    Tuesday, October 08, 2013
  6. Border Crossings
    Saturday, August 17, 2013
  7. Historical Fiction the best source of Reality – an interview
    Friday, June 22, 2012
  8. What Happens When We Reach Our Lowest Point?
    Wednesday, June 13, 2012
  9. Kalu James’ Some Sort of Infusion
    Monday, June 04, 2012
  10. Caribbean Wellness Advancement Project
    Wednesday, May 02, 2012

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