The SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT with POET MARC D BROWN. 

Poet Marc D Brown tells us about his love for scary movies, book marketing, his passions & future ambitions.
His books are available to borrow on KU.

The Lost Art of Self 
is Marc D Brown’s 3rd Collection of Poetry.
This collection hits on the feelings we have all had at some point or currently have.
That lack of connection to love, your faith, your job, your life and the world around you. That feeling when your lost in your own mind and you feel the need to question everything and anything that once made sense.
This book was written to help you reconnect in someway, even if it’s just to the words themselves that help you realize that other people have felt the same way.

“The Lost Art of Self, was written from a purely personal point of view in an attempt to convey a perceived lack of authenticity in the life he had been living, there is a substantial thread of the universal human experience woven into his poetic narrative. Who among us has not felt, at one time or another, a sense of being out of touch with self and exhausted from giving to a world that takes more and more without giving in return?” – ReadersFavorite.com 5*****

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The SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT, with ELIZABETH HUTCHINSON BERNARD, author of HISTORICAL SUSPENSE novel THE BEAUTY DOCTOR. 

I’m excited to have this week Elizabeth Hutchinson Bernard in the Sunday Spotlight. She shares with us the inside story of her historical novels, one of which, The Beauty Doctor, is now available to purchase, & the second, Temptation Rag, scheduled to be released next year.

The SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT. MICHAEL AMPERSANT, author of GREEN EYES & an EXCLUSIVE EXCERPT of THIS IS HEAVEN. 

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A fascinating look into the writing career of MICHAEL AMPERSANT, who started with a typewriter aged eight, & moved onto blogging, & unprintable porn, which became GREEN EYES. The sequel is now available to buy in Print & for your Kindle.

The SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT with writer STEVEN STORRIE author of WORKING WITH THE NEGATIVES & TAKING BACK THE UNDERGROUND. 

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Very excited to share with you today STEVEN STORRIE
the writer of both poetry & prose talks purple lightning, his influences & why he doesn’t believe in putting labels on writing (something that I couldn’t agree more with!)

SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT. Grandma’s Face tells her Story AUTHOR ELAINE MCKAY.

Blurb:

Grandma’s face has a lot to say. It’s her turn to put her grandchild to bed, but it’s her cartwheeling eyes, her twitchy nose and the useful gap in her front teeth that make up the real bedtime story.

Grandma’s Face tells her Story, & now the author of this excellent children’s book tells her story.
Flash Fiction writer Elaine McKay, who has been published by Literary Orphans & 100 Word story, tells us about her love for theatre, film, & her future writing plans.

THE SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT,  with NATHANIEL BARBER: AVID CYCLIST, and AUTHOR of LUCK FAVORS THE PREPARED. 

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I’m excited to share with you this Sunday a new author, Nathaniel Barber, who is here to tell you about his giveaway for Luck Favors the Prepared, writing at the kitchen table, & his belief in hard work.

Luck Favors the Prepared:

In his first collection of non-fiction short stories, Nathaniel Barber allows a peek inside the life observant. Luck Favors the Prepared is a straightforward read, shifting from remote and hilarious documentary to a lived-in memoir, dreamily recalling the absurd dark comedy of death and divorce, landlordship, family, role playing video games, high school, misguided activism, customer service and sudden, unexpected wardrobe failures.

SUNDAY SPOTLIGHT, with JESS MIZE, author of WHORES ARE ALWAYS MELANCHOLY.

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Quote

“night comes on like a cloaked poet,
strangely austere.
the moon rustles in its silver bag
bestowing ethereal light upon
groves, back roads,
and graveyards;
where young hearts
explore old pleasures anew.”

Today’s Spotlight is on Jess Mize: a blonde-haired surfer girl from South Carolina, who’s favourite author is Stephen King.