Monday, January 30, 2017

Authors Hour Line-Up for 1-31-17

Posted by Wayne G. Barber

News, Book Signings, Publishing Questions and Author Interviews !

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At 9:10 am Carolyn Reeves Shugart will discuss,  You Raise Me Up

Monday, January 23, 2017

Authors Hour Line-Up for 1-24-17

Posted by Wayne G. Barber

News, Book Signings, Publishing Questions and Author Interviews

Retired police detective Dan McNulty is back with another thriller. When he and his wife attend her brother-in-law Richard's funeral, Dan discovers that the small town doctor was an amateur sleuth. Dan reads through his notes and finds evidence of criminal activity within the small town of Winfield's police department dating back to a triple homocide that took place in 1964.

Saturday, January 14, 2017

The Enchanted Boardroom; Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader - Book Signing and Talk

Posted by Wayne G. Barber
Event Details
Join Best Selling Author, Terry Wildemann, for her presentation,
"Inward Journey, Outward Results for Leaders; Keys to Confidence, Calm and Ease" 
Date: Saturday, January 21, 2017
Venue: Barnes and Noble, Middletown, RI 02842

1:00p.m.                  Booksigning
2:00p.m.                  Presentation and Q&A   
3:30p.m.                  Booksigning
7:00p.m.                  Presentation and Q&A

Based on Terry's new book;
"The Enchanted Boardroom; Evolve Into An Unstoppable Intuitive Leader."
Published by Motivational Press 

AUDIENCE: Leaders, speakers, coaches, entrepreneurs who have struggled with stress, burnout and achieving success. Learn how to work smarter, attain focus and regain health.

DESCRIPTION: Discover how the intuitive leaders' inward journey results in manifesting a thriving values based business and workplace culture that serves themselves, managers, employees and clients alike. Look at the common traits of successful leaders and you find confidence, an understanding of themselves, deep intuition, and an ability to connect and motivate others - positively or negatively. How do they do it?

In the workplace, practical systems are necessary to serve the client and for profit and gain. However, a lack of understanding of oneself, and how to motivate those who implement those systems, can contribute to workplace chaos. How does one improve themselves and mentor, coach and lead from a place of coherent understanding of oneself and others?

Terry introduces three leadership keys that provide answers to those questions. Here is where the inward journey begins that leads towards successfully achieving personal and career goals.:

Key One: The "Self" and it's role in leadership, business and life.
Key Two: How to create your resultsKey Three: Quick Shift from chaos and overwhelm into calm and ease.
Terry Wildemann facilitates the integration of mind, body and spirit for entrepreneurial and intuitive leaders. An experienced business woman, speaker, coach and author, Terry became certified in various holistic modalities after experiencing multiple burnouts and health crisis. These experiences lead her towards guiding business professionals and entrepreneurs to spring back from the brink of burnout and evolve into competent, confident, credible and coherent leaders. Her soon to launch Business Wisdom School programs and coaching, guides her clients to evolve into stress resilient and highly intuitive puzzle-solving ninjas who integrate the practical, tactical, logical, physical, energetic, spiritual and emotional sides of themselves. These intuitive leaders bring out the best in themselves so they can bring out the best in others.
Terry's careers include owner of the Winds of Change Holistic Education and Leadership Center, owner of Image Plus... Associates, partner and CEO of a small manufacturing company, Anaco, Inc. As a volunteer, Terry had the honor of presenting to over 11,000 transitioning military personnel over a 20 year period.
Members of all branches of the military, chambers of commerce, universities, financial institutions, healthcare institutions, railroad companies, nonprofits and small businesses have participated in Terry's programs.
Schedule a chat at to discover how Terry can assist you and your team.
P: 401.849.5900
T: @TerryWildeman

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

January 14, 2017: "Story in the Public Square"

The United States finds itself in the midst of an information war with an old adversary.  This week, national security analyst Tom Nichols will help us understand the contours of that conflict, the role of storytelling in it, and also the implications of what he calls “the death of expertise.”
Nichols is a professor of National Security Affairs at the Naval War College, a former Jeopardy champion, and author of the soon to be published book The Death of Expertise.
“Russian information operations in the U.S. election are the most visible examples of storytelling’s impact on public affairs today. Tom Nichols brings a lifetime of study and thought to a lively conversation about the challenges facing the United States and what we can do to meet them,” said Jim Ludes, executive director.
“Story in the Public Square” airs on Rhode Island PBS in Rhode Island and southern Massachusetts on Sundays at 11 a.m. and is rebroadcast Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. An audio version of the program airs Saturdays at 8:30 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. ET and Sundays at 1:30 a.m. & 12:30 p.m. ET on SiriusXM’s popular P.O.T.U.S. (Politics of the United States), channel 124.
Story in the Public Square is a partnership between the Pell Center and The Providence Journal. The initiative aims to study, celebrate, and tell stories that matter.
Source: By  Pell Center

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

January Art Exhibit

Posted by Wayne G. Barber
Booklovers' Gourmet
"Your Local Independent Bookstore...And So Much More!"

55 East Main St. Webster,  MA 01570

       Phone 508-949-6232
Paintings, Prints, Sculpture and more from the collection of J. Richard Whittaker will be on display and for sale from January 3-31. Subjects will include portrait, landscape and still life objects in various media including oil, acrylic on canvas, watercolor, batik, serigraph, copper block etching, lithograph, colored poster reproduction, biological prints, metal sculptures, art nouveau lamp, carvings (wood, stone), glass, historical ephemera, tiles and plates.

A reception with light refreshments will be held on Saturday, January 14th from 2-4 p.m.

Canadian born J. Richard Whittaker was an accomplished, insightful research biologist who collected diverse forms of artworks for over fifty years during his frequent travels within the United States and the international community.

Monday, January 9, 2017

Authors Hour Line-Up for 1-10-17

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News, Book Signings, New Releases, Publishing Questions and Author Interviews.

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Tentatively Scheduled for 9:05 Author Stephanie Deschenes will discuss Unorthodox

Where the white walls meet the equally white ceiling there are rows of blinding light bulbs stretching all the way down the hall for as far as I can see. Behind me, the bulbs crackle and pop, darkening the distance I’ve traveled. Desperate to stay ahead of the expanding blackness that is rapidly approaching me, I continue to run. I turn my head to catch a brief glance at the following obscurity. The quick peek costs me my coordination. Tripping over my own feet, I land in the arms of a blinding bright figure.

And at 9:35 am Author Le'nore M. Rhe'aume will discuss her Poetry, Books and other current events.

Monday, January 2, 2017

Author Line-Up for Tuesday January 3, 2017

Posted by Wayne G. Barber   News, Book Signings, Publishing Questions and Author Interviews.

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Tentatively Scheduled for 9:05 am will be Author Bob Sherman  and his book," Surviving the Cost of College "

Surviving the Cost of College is an essential down to earth, parent to parent, financial planning guide that provides a comprehensive list of options and strategies to pay for college. Surviving covers: -Financial planning around the FAFSA Federal Formula with long and short term financial strategies to reduce your Expected Family Contribution and increase financial aid. -A complete review of federal aid, loans and institutional scholarships. -An explanation of the four major tax deductions available to parents. -How to find a college that will give you the most money. -How to protect your assets from being consumed by FAFSA. -Eight quick options to reduce college costs. -How to prepare for and complete the FAFSA and PROFILE applications quickly and stress free. Surviving describes numerous ways to reduce college costs including, why two children in college at the same time is cheaper than having them attend separately, why you should eliminate student savings, how much a student can earn without being penalized and how veterans can use their benefits to pay for their children's education.

At 9:35 am Author Lawrence J. Krips will discuss his new CD release A Souls Way...Souls Speak Illumination Coaching.

Local Author at Wakefield Books

Posted by Wayne G. Barber

Wakefield Books Welcomes Local Author Judith A.Boss 

Saturday January 7th from 12-2pm

Judith returns to promote her exciting novel Deception Island.

Set in Antarctica, Rachel St. Claire is a young evolutionary anthropologist who is called away from a dig in Afghanistan, to examine an unusual humanoid body found in an ice cave. She uncovers a mystery that deals with the very beginnings of humanity. She gets some help along the way, but Rachel must decide who she can trust when a group of bioterrorists engaged in secret genetic experiments in an abandoned World War II Nazi base under the Antarctic ice sheet come after her. For it seems everyone knows a secret Rachel does not, one which will change her life forever.