Episode 31: Book Review - Reflections on Leadership: What Leaders Say About Leadership by Dennis Mossburg
May 15th, 2021 | 20 mins 4 secs
actionable feedback, book review, correctional officer, department of corrections, incident command system, indie author, leadership, one on ones, podcast, self help
Do you feel stuck in your leadership journey? Are you just going through the motions and calling it leadership? Does chaos seem to follow you, and even know your address?
Do you lack communication skills on the job and/or at home. Reflections on Leadership: What Leaders Say About Leadership by Dennis Mossburg maybe the book to get you up to speed.
April 8th, 2021 | 28 mins 24 secs
anxiety, book review, dark poetry, depression, metal health, podcast, poet, poetry, poetry reading, ptsd, tempest of the firefly, tilly mcgill, whispers from a firefly
For our first show celebrating poetry month we had an Author Chat with Tilly McGill author of Tempest of the Firefly. This podcast the crew of Spotlighting the Indie Author reviews the book and Tilly reads four more poems from the poetry collection found between the covers.
March 8th, 2021 | 22 mins 52 secs
author chat, author interview, big foot, book review, conspiracy theories, debut novel, dixon troyer, indie author, moon people the tales of lordiah, podcast, satire, sci-fi, space travel
If Satire is your candy, you won't want to miss out on the perilous tales of Lordiah and Luna. Moon People, The Journals of Lordiah is Dixon Troyer's debut Novel. The author weaves conspiracy theories throughout this tale, which is filled with humor, action/adventure and surprises.
January 15th, 2021 | 27 mins 3 secs
armand rosamilia, book review, contemporary fiction, crime, fantasy, horror, make pretend, nashville, podcast, science fiction, short story colection, thriller
Do you like a good short story. Make Pretend by Armand Rosamilia is filled with 21 of them ranging from horror to crime thriller to science fiction, contemporary fiction to fantasy and more. From stories a few days ago to one forty years old. Go ahead and read the stories in this collection and make pretend these stories aren't real, aren't fact, and aren't exposing the best and worst of humanity...
Episode 19: Book Review – The Spider Who Saved Christmas by Raymond Arroyo - Illustrations by Randy Gallegos
December 15th, 2020 | 12 mins 23 secs
book critiques, book review, book reviewers, children's book, christmas, christmas book, illustrated children's christmas book, podcast, randy gallegos, raymond arroyo, religious, spider, the spider who saved christmas
We all know about the Grinch who stole Christmas, but did you about the Spider who saved Christmas? Yes Raymond Arroyo the author uses a spider to rekindle an ancient legend, that cast a new light on the story we thought we knew.
December 1st, 2020 | 27 mins 23 secs
armand rosamilia, book review, dixon troyer, fantasy, gothic fiction, j.b. lion, make pretend, moon people: the journal of lordiah, paranormal, podcast, superhero comics & graphic novels, suspense, the seventh spark: volume one - the knights of the trinity, thriller, visual novel
The Seventh Spark: Volume One – Knights of the Trinity is a story of good versus evil. This tale challenges the moral and spiritual beliefs in all of us, as humans. A paranormal fantasy thriller full of suspense, plot twists, and elements of horror, similar to the Game of Thrones novel series.
November 1st, 2020 | 24 mins
book review, cashless society, christian books, dan brown, decoding the rapture, formation of a one – world government, global persecution of christians, imminent rapture of the church, increasing birth pains, indepedant authot, jerry b. jenkins, jesus christ, joey andolini, king james bible, left behind series, mark of the beast, max lucado, middle east peace plan, religon, rise of the beast and the false prophet, spirituality, the da vinci code, the invasion of israel, tim lahay, writing tips
When will the rapture and the last 7 years of the Tribulation happen? Can algorithms help with decoding the rapture? What critical indicators are pointing to the imminent Rapture of the church? Decoding the Rapture answers these questions and more.
October 15th, 2020 | 28 mins 58 secs
alternate lifestyles, angels, asmodeus, book review, demons, horror, independent author, lilith, mark mclaughlin, occult, pazuzu, podcast, the hell next door
The Hell Next Door by Mark McLaughlin is fiction tale in the genre of Horror, subcategories of Occult and Dark Fantasy. Miles Cooper is surprised when the workers in three moving vans drop off expensive furniture at the empty house across the lane. So begins an adventure that crosses dimensions, taking Miles to Hell and back.
October 1st, 2020 | 30 mins 44 secs
action, author chat, avery sterling, book review, debut novel, erotica, hot steamy action, interview, new author, romance, supernatural, suspense, the cardinalis code, thriller, vampire
Do you like Vampires? What about Action with Suspense? Need some Romance with hot steamy action? What would you say if one book contained all the mentioned. That's right The Cardinalis Code by Avery Sterling is a Supernatural Romance novel filled with action and suspense. Don't judge, this is not your average Vampire tale!
September 15th, 2020 | 19 mins 50 secs
bank robbery, book review, cattle drive, cowboys, gun fights, kidnapping, love story, mike stone texas ranger, patrick lindsay, podcast, train robbery, western novel, wild wild west
Mike Stone Texas Ranger by Patrick Lindsay will take you back to the 1800's for a Wild West love story. The tale is filled with land disputes, cattle drives along with train and bank robberies and of course gun fights along with a kidnapping. The question is will either make it to the end to live happily ever after.