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Be the Evidence Podcast with Susan Grace combines astrology, intuition, and community. Are you bored by a lack of depth? Is surface level living and conversations no longer lighting you up? Have you noticed the paradigm shifting and are longing for a community and conversation that dives into the reality of the changing tides and wades through the vulnerable waters of the shift? This podcast explores all this and more. Check out our community platform that offers support in addition to the p ...
 
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It takes a lot of courage to go into the unknown with discovery rather than fear. You have to believe that you can trust yourself and that life is happening how it needs to - both in the collapse of what will no longer be and the arrival of what now will. You have to be willing to let go of the stories you tell yourself about how you thought it all…
 
Linda Lloyd talks to Anne Byrn, known as The Cake Mix Doctor, about her latest cookbook, A New Take on Cake, in which she shows how to begin with a packaged cake mix and create new variations that seem to be from scratch. She revisits old recipes and updates them for the new cake mix sizes, and introduces readers to fresh new flavors, as well as re…
 
We welcome H. Ripley Rawlings IV back to the program today. Rip is a retired Marine Corps Lt. Colonel. His first book was the New York Times best-seller co-authored with Mark Greaney, Red Metal. Last year was his solo debut, the first in the Tyce Asher series, Assault by Fire. Today we have the second of a two-part interview about his latest, The K…
 
We welcome H. Ripley Rawlings IV back to the program today. Rip is a retired Marine Corps Lt. Colonel. His first book was the New York Times best-seller co-authored with Mark Greaney, Red Metal. Last year was his solo debut, the first in the Tyce Asher series, Assault by Fire. Today we’ll have the first of a two-part interview about his latest, The…
 
Susan Orlean is one of the most respected writers of writers in America. In addition to her almost thirty-year position as staff writer with the New Yorker, she has published many best-selling books, including The Orchid Thief, The Bullfighter Checks Her Makeup, and The Library Book. Today we’ll be talking about her latest, On Animals, which is pub…
 
Based on your beliefs that we have unlimited possibilities, hope is always alive, and the frequency you hold shifts the world you experience, it can become your new personal policy that you will maintain your true resonance, presence, and centeredness no matter what. You will guard that policy as we move into a time when challenges to your ability …
 
Learning the difference between the intensity of thriving discovery in life vs. the intensity of toxic, painful decay makes all the difference in the world when choosing the vibe you want to live in. There is richness and expansion in flow that doesn't include awful cycles of destruction. You can get yourself out of that old way of being now, if yo…
 
I’m happy to welcome Dr. Christina Lane back to the program today for the second of a two-part interview. Dr. Lane is a professor of film studies and the chair of The Cinematic Arts Department at the University of Miami. Her most recent work, which we’ll finish talking about today, is Phantom Lady: Hollywood Producer Joan Harrison, the Forgotten Wo…
 
I’m happy to welcome Dr. Christina Lane to the program today for the first of a two-part interview. Dr. Lane is a professor of film studies and the chair of The Cinematic Arts Department at the University of Miami. Her most recent work, which we’ll be talking about today, is Phantom Lady: Hollywood Producer Joan Harrison, the Forgotten Woman Behind…
 
Jeff Shesol is back today for the second of a two-part interview. Jeff worked as a speechwriter for President Bill Clinton, as a communications strategist, and even as a cartoonist. His previous books include Supreme Power: Franklin Roosevelt vs. the Supreme Court and Mutual Contempt: Lyndon Johnson, Robert Kennedy, and the Feud that Defined a Deca…
 
Jeff Shesol is here today for the first of a two-part interview. Jeff worked as a speechwriter for President Bill Clinton, as a communications strategist, and even as a cartoonist. His previous books include Supreme Power: Franklin Roosevelt vs. the Supreme Court and Mutual Contempt: Lyndon Johnson, Robert Kennedy, and the Feud that Defined a Decad…
 
Olivia Campbell is a respected journalist having written for outlets such as The Guardian, The Washington Post, New York Magazine, among others. Today we’ll be talking about her debut book, Women in White Coats: How the First Women Doctors Changed the World of Medicine, which looks at three women who blazed the trail for others to attend medical sc…
 
We're pleased to welcome a new guest host, David Mason, to the program today. Dave is an associate professor at Rhodes College. He is also the editor of Ecumenica : Journal of Theatre and Performance. He’s the author of the books The Performative Ground of Religion and Theatre (Routledge, 2019) Brigham Young: Sovereign in America (New York: Routled…
 
John Archibald is a long-time reporter and columnist for The Birmingham News. In 2018, he was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary. Today we’ll be discussing his first book, Shaking the Gates of Hell: A Search for Family and Truth in the Wake of the Civil Rights Revolution, which is published by Knopf.…
 
Creating new worlds, reaching for a life of thriving, wanting more for yourself and the world around you involves sitting vigil with the shadows of aches, pain, disappointment, and suspicion. These debilitating aspects deep within can be healed, transformed, and integrated into wholeness so that we can move on with thriving into the future.…
 
Julia Cooke is a writer whose journalism has appeared in The New York Times, Smithsonian, Salon and many others. Her first book was The Other Side of Paradise: Life in the New Cuba, and today we’ll be discussing her latest, Come Fly the World: The Jet-Age Story of the Women of Pan Am which is published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.…
 
Patricia Engel, with her novel, Vida, translated into Spanish, was the winner of the Premio Biblioteca de Narrativa Colombiana, Colombia's national prize in literature. Her next novel was It’s not Love, It's just Paris, and then her following, The Veins of the Ocean won the 2017 Dayton Literary Peace Prize. Her latest, Infinite Country, is publishe…
 
E.A. Barres is a pseudonym of the crime fiction writer, E.A. Aymar, who is also known as Ed. As E.A. Aymar, he’s published the novels The Unrepentant, I’ll Sleep When You’re Dead, and You’re As Good As Dead, as well as contributed to several anthologies. He has taken on the pseudonym E.A. Barres to publish They’re Gone, which is available from Croo…
 
Your willingness to raise your resonance will have a direct impact on your self worth and the quality of life that you lead. This is not about knowing all the details nor seeing how it all will land. Any insecurities that are in the way can be worked with and healed later. For right now, this is about your willingness to evolve and grow outside of …
 
Mateo Askaripour to the program. He’s a former director of sales for a tech company who has shifted to the written word. His writing has appeared in Entrepreneur, The Rumpus, and Medium, among others. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has recently published his debut novel, Black Buck.Stephen Usery による
 
Anthony Amore is the head of security at the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum in Boston. He and Tom Mashberg co-wrote Stealing Rembrandts: The Untold Stories of Notorious Art Heists. Anthony then wrote The Art of the Con. His most recent book is The Woman Who Stole Vermeer: The True Story of Rose Dugdale and the Russborough House Art Heist which is …
 
Victoria Bond is a poet and teaches writing at the City University of New York. She and T.R. Simon co-wrote the award-winning middle grade novel, Zora and Me, in which a young Zora Neale Hurston and friends must solve a murder in her hometown of Eatonville, Florida. In an unusual move, T.R. Simon wrote the second installment, Zora and Me: The Curse…
 
Mara Fitzgerald's day job is as a scientist, but she has recently published her first book, a young adult fantasy novel where the water and heroes are in short supply while expectations of piety are rather high. It's called Beyond the Ruby Veil, published by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers.Stephen Usery による
 
Michelle Stacey is a journalist and writer of non-fiction, frequently looking at nutrition and health. Among her previous books are Consumed: Why Americans Love, Hate and Fear Food and The Fasting Girl: A True Victorian Medical Mystery. Today, we'll be discussing her latest Holiday Keto which is published by Centennial Books.…
 
We can't let disappointment, fatigue, uncertainty stop us from keeping hope and possibility alive. It's a new day and we are adaptable, no matter what we discover in the unfolding unknown. There's no need to run back into old control systems for safety. Believe in yourself and know that the Greater Force of Life is happening in your favor.…
 
Jenny Colgan is a tremendously successful Scottish novelist, with 35 published books, many of them best sellers, to her credit. She's a versatile writer, having written science fiction, including Doctor Who novels, stand alones, and several romantic comedy series. Today we'll be talking about the latest one in her series set on the fictional island…
 
Connor Towne O'Neill's writing has appeared in New York Magazine, Vulture, Slate, and The Village Voice. A graduate of the creative writing program at the University of Alabama, O'Neill teaches at Auburn University and with the Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project. Today we will be talking about his debut, Down Along with That Devil’s Bones: A R…
 
Jeffrey H. Jackson is a professor of history at Rhodes College and was last on Book Talk to discuss Paris Under Water: How the City of Light Survived the Great Flood of 1910. Today we'll be talking about his brand new one, Paper Bullets: Two Artists Who Risked Their Lives to Defy the Nazis.Stephen Usery による
 
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