Month: September 2013

Dying to Live: Running Backwards through Cancer, Lupus, and Chronic Illness, Amy Susan Crohn, ImaginePublicity

Amy Susan Crohn and DYING TO LIVE Featured on Indies Unlimited

Independent author, Amy Susan Crohn, and her book, DYING TO LIVE: Running backwards through cancer, Lupus, and chronic illness is the featured book on the website, Indies Unlimited. Indies Unlimited is a platform for engagement between indie authors and their readers, and much more. Indies Unlimited’s website contains a treasure chest of information, not only about books, publishing and book marketing, but also the good, bad and ugly of the ever evolving industry pointing authors and readers to helpful sites, and exposing those who aren’t so helpful. Monday, September 30, DYING TO LIVE will be discovered by independent readers looking for a memoir with long lasting value. DYING TO LIVE is not only  the author’s story, but the reality of millions who suffer from chronic illness brought on by childhood maltreatment, abuse or neglect. Indie Unlimited readers will walk through Amy’s childhood, and adulthood, “running backwards” through her experiences and ending with valuable solutions. Since it’s launch, DYING TO LIVE has been an inspiration to others who recognize their own experiences within the pages, not only with their …

Cantinera Documentary,Dottie Laster,ImaginePublicity

The Cantinera Documentary’s First South Carolina Screening

On Thursday, October 10, Coker College in Hartsville, SC will sponsor a FREE public screening of The Cantinera Documentary, produced and directed by film maker Ruth Villatoro of Toro Films, and featuring Dottie Laster and Cat French, an activist with Elijah Rising. Five years in the making, The Cantinera tells the story of girls who are forced to work in latin bars, or cantinas, throughout the United States, often forced to drink 20-40 beers a night, 7 days a week. It’s a story often overlooked when studying aspects of human trafficking and forced labor, yet it’s an account of thousands of women who are caught in its web with no way out. The screening of The Cantinera is the prelude to the first South Carolina conference on human trafficking. On Friday, October 11 Coker College in Hartsville, South Carolina will host the first conference about human trafficking, “Combatting Human Trafficking in South Carolina: Implications for Social Work and Law Enforcement” offering the public information as well as workshops, training and speakers for the benefit of educating law enforcement, social workers, advocates, and other professionals who work in …

Neil Schori,Document the Abuse, Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit,Susan Murphy MIlano

Neil Schori Keynote Speaker at “Take Back the Night” Event

Outspoken and passionate anti-domestic violence activist, Pastor Neil Schori, has been invited by the Will County, IL Take Back the Night event to be the keynote speaker for their October 3rd event. October is the national Domestic Violence Awareness Month and events are planned across the country to bring awareness to the pandemic of violence in the hope that it can be curtailed. Neil Schori helped create the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit working with the late Susan Murphy-Milano.  The Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit is outlined in Murphy-Milano’s book, Time’s Up: How to Safely Leave an Abusive and Stalking Relationship. Pastor Schori has been instrumental in the establishment of Document the Abuse along with Murphy-Milano’s colleague, Sandra L. Brown, M.A. of The Institute for Relational Harm Reduction headquartered in North Carolina. Pastor Neil Schori has created a program within Naperville Christian Church which has been highly successful in assisting victims of violence with the creation of their personal safety plans, the Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit, and, if necessary, providing safe houses in emergency cases. Through Document the Abuse and it’s subsequent certified training, Schori will bring this plan to others in the faith …

Mark Potts, Jack the Ripper, H.H. Holmes, Jeff Mudgett, Donna R. Gore, Shattered LIves

Shattered Lives: Mark Potts and his Theories on History’s Mysteries

SHATTERED LIVES with Donna R. Gore, “LadyJustice” Examining the effects of those who have survived violent crime and how it has impacted their lives. Real people, real tragedy, real help. Saturdays at 5pm ET Listen LIVE:  CLICK HERE Veering away from the usual crime victim Shattered Lives fare, host Donna R. Gore treats the audience to an enlightening interview with Mark C. Potts, history buff and solver of history’s mysteries! From the mysteries of Atlantis, the Zodiac Killer, and Roswell, NM alien landing to Jack the Ripper, Mark Potts has worked on piecing the puzzles together and coming up with evidence based solutions to age old questions. With a passion for history, Mark Potts, a Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission employee by day, spends his nights and weekends digging into unsolved cases and sharpening his skills as an armchair detective. Using various resources, both online and in person, he’s been able to scour old directories, maps and news articles to find the misplaced clues that form his theories. Jack the Ripper The most controversial and infamous case he’s pored his skills into …

Jillian Maas Backman, Change Already Radio,Beyond the Pews

Change Already! with Jillian: Intuition, Male and Female What’s the Difference?

Change Already! Your Future, Your Choice Jillian, Warm and Fuzzy with an Attitude! Listen in live, or listen at your convenience through the archive of the show.   Jillian will walk you through the maze to an enlightened and engaging future of change! Tune in Thursdays at 1pm ET, 12pm CT Listen LIVE: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/jillianmaasbackman NEW! Watch Jillian’s segment each week on Your Health is Wealth with Dr. Akoury broadcast on WFXB FOXTV from Myrtle Beach, SC Is there a difference, intuitively speaking, between male and female? Women’s intuition vs men’s logic, we know there are differences in the makeup of each, hormonally, physically, but what about psychically? Are women really the “softer” gender when it comes to intuition, or has history painted that picture from a male dominated perspective? While neuroscientists now respect the processing powers of our emotions – they reflect all that computation taking place in the unconscious – this wasn’t always the case. To say someone trusted their feelings was another way of saying they lacked the fortitude and intelligence to be rational. Men …