Since he can remember, nature has been a central part of Sebastian Slovin’s life. He was fortunate to grow up in the beach community of La Jolla, California, and spent his childhood mixing it up in the ocean. As a young boy, he lost his father to suicide, which would later deeply inspire his path in life and inspire his writing. Sebastian is the author of The Adventures of Enu and Ashes in the Ocean.
Sebastian is passionate about sharing his story with the intention to help create space for conversations about suicide, mental health, and other difficult topics – to break down the stigma around these topics.
Sebastian and his partner Sonya co-founded Nature Unplugged which offers developmental coaching with the focus of cultivating healthy relationships with technology and reconnection to nature. In addition to coaching, Nature Unplugged offers workshops and retreats.
Debbie Levison, an award-winning journalist, tells the extraordinary account of her parents’ ordeals, both in one of the darkest times in world history and their present-day lives.
After surviving the horrors of the Holocaust – in ghettos, on death marches, and in concentration camps – a young couple seeks refuge in North America. They settle into a new life, certain that the terrors of their past are behind them. They build themselves a cozy little cottage on a lake in Muskoka, a cottage that becomes emblematic of their victory over the Nazis. The charming retreat is a safe haven, a refuge from haunted memories.
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Author website: http://debbielevison.com
Kathryn Casey is an award-winning journalist, who has written for Rolling Stone, TV Guide, Reader’s Digest, Texas Monthly, and many other publications. She’s the author of seven previous true crime books and the creator of the highly acclaimed Sarah Armstrong mystery series. Casey has appeared on Oprah, Oprah Winfrey’s Oxygen network, Biography, Nancy Grace, E! network, truTV, Investigation Discovery, the Travel Channel, and A&E. She lives in Houston with her husband and their dog, Nelson.
On this podcast Kathryn Casey discusses her latest book, IN PLAIN SIGHT, as well as her Sarah Armstrong mystery series.
Author website: http://www.kathryncasey.com/
In her new book, A MURDER IN MY HOMETOWN, Rebecca Morris writes about her investigation into the unsolved murder of a high school classmate in Corvallis, Oregon fifty years ago. Set against the backdrop of 1968, one of the most eventful and dramatic years in America, “A Murder in My Hometown” is part true crime and part memoir. Number one New York Times author Gregg Olsen calls it “a heartbreaking and illuminating saga.”
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Author website: RebeccaMorris.Com
Thank you, Delilah….my favorite interview of all time! It was great speaking with a woman who grew up in the same era…
It was the year 1956 with President Dwight Eisenhower signing the bill for the Federal-Aid Highway Act into law. It was also known as the National Interstate and Defense Highway Act. The law was executed on June 29, 1956 with an estimate of over 25 billion for the 41,000 miles of highway to be built. In 1957 Dwight Eisenhower modified the act to include a Presidential Protection Act. In 1992 Nelson Conrad discovered what the Presidential Protection Act was and how the government has been lying to the American People. Learn why the DOT (Department of Transportation) was involved in this secret since 1957. It wasn’t until 2016 until this truth was to be exposed. This is the story of Nelson Conrad.
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True crime author Judith A. Yates peels back the sensationalism and rumors, revealing the truth of what happened that day in Mankin Park, attempting to answer the question everyone was asking: did Sherokee Harriman kill herself because she was bullied? Exploring the truth about “bullicide” while telling Sherokee Harriman’s story, taking a look at the role of social media in our lives, and defining the myriad definitions of “bullying.” Revealing bullying does exists … it lives within the family dynamic, it exists in the mental health care system, walks the hallways of the educational system, and grows within all peer groups.
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Before abuse hot lines and safe houses were widespread, June Briand shot four bullets into her husband’s head and was sentenced to fifteen years to life. This is the shocking true story of survival—and the intense bond June shared with her pathologically violent husband, a monster who physically and sexually tortured, degraded and dominated her so relentlessly that she refused to believe he was dead even after she killed him……The Beast I Loved by Robert Davidson is available from WildBlue Press.
Author Robert Davidson discusses battered women’s syndrome and the answer to “why didn’t she just leave?” as it applies to the case of June Briand in The Beast I Loved.
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Francis Buk is a native of southern Sudan. At the age of seven, he was captured and enslaved for 10 years. Hear the story of how he was able to escape, come to the US, and was instrumental in the creation of a new nation, South Sudan.
Francis Buk is available for speaking engagements, conferences, and seminars: https://speakerpedia.com/speakers/francis-buk
Dottie Laster is the current Executive Director of Heidi Search Center in San Antonio, TX and is a licensed private investigator. She co-founded the Texas Institute of Investigations. For details: DottieLaster.Com or TheHeidiSearchCenter.Org
Martin Herman has been writing timely articles and short stories since he was 11 years old and growing up in Brooklyn over 70 years ago. His 6th grade teacher told him to create a new story each and every week for the rest of his life; the story could consist of just a few key words or be many pages long. He missed a few weeks – but not many – and by 8th grade, he was selling short stories to magazines around the country.
In 2015, several months before his 75th birthday, he published his first full-length novel, a historical murder mystery, “The Jefferson Files”. In 2016 he published his next novel, a contemporary thriller, “The Hidden Treasure Files”. In May of 2017, he published his third novel in the current series, a modern tale of murder and terrorist inspired chaos, “The Sweet Revenge Files”.
Debbie Hodges explains her decision to opt out of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and pay the penalty even though she has a rare chronic illness, is prescribed several expensive medications, and has ongoing issues related to her health situation. More information
In NO STONE UNTURNED by New York Times bestselling author Steve Jackson readers are taken on a fascinating, often-shocking journey into a realm of crime investigation of which few people are aware. Necrosearch’s most challenging cases are described, step-by-step, as these modern-day Sherlock Holmes’s detect bodies and evidence thought irretrievable, and testify in court to bring cold-blooded killers to justice. More information
Summer Sessions with Jillian Maas Backman
Summer Sessions with Jillian Maas Backman will cover topics related to Jillian, intuitive leadership development, and personal practical intuitive growth for health and well being. “Warm and fuzzy with an attitude!” Join Jillian and sidekick, ImaginePublicity’s Delilah Jones for this fun and informative series all summer long!
Episode #1: Who is Jillian and Why You Should Know Her
Episode #2: Intuition and Leadership: Why is it Necessary?
Episode #3: Practical, Personal Uses of Intuition in Everyday Life
Episode #4: Intuition vs Psychic, What’s the Difference?
Episode #5: Intuitive Health, Physical and Mental
Episode #6: Intuition Among Friends
ImaginePublicity produces and co-hosts the NEW Crime Wire with host, Dennis Griffin on the Inside Lenz Network. Listen regularly for interviews with authors, investigators, law enforcement, advocates, family members, and experts in their fields.
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Interview with Peas in Their Pods, Janice Lowery & Gaetane Borders
In a continuing effort to bring attention to the plight of missing African-American children throughout the United States, Peas In Their Pods founder Janice Lowery, president Gaetane Borders, and the Peas In Their Pods volunteers continue to work tirelessly by utilizing theirorganization’s missing child alert system called The Rilya Alert. More information