Recent Podcasts

Monday 19th of November 2018
The Living Room
It's that time of year! Today we share our favorite holiday foods, activities, and gifts. Our hosts share their favorites, and we'd love for you to share yours, too! Also, this is just part one, watch for part two in a couple of weeks. Share your thoughts on this subject with us at:
Saturday 17th of November 2018
Success Profiles Radio
Ronald Couming was this week's guest on Success Profiles Radio. He is an internet marketing expert, internationally recognized speaker, accomplished author, radio host, and successful entrepreneur. He discussed how he started his company and how he got into the industry. We discussed the importance of being observant and noticing trends in business, why businesses fail, and the importance of delegating and duplicating. We also talked about how to decide who you want to work with in business. In addition, we discussed how he started his radio show and how he promotes it, tips to use internet marketing to grow your business, ways to improve sales conversion on your website, and why it's good that Google changes their algorithm regularly. You can learn more about Ron and what he does at Finally, we discussed some ideas regarding building an email list. You can download and subscribe to the show on iTunes anytime. You can also listen to any previous episode at
Friday 16th of November 2018
American Patchwork and Quilting Radio
For my 400th show I want to celebrate doing new things. My friend and author Donna Desoto pushes many of us to do something ‘new’ with her challenges. She started with her collaboration book Inspired by the Beatles, she also did the National Parks, and now Inspired by Elvis. I took that challenge, Donna and I will talk about her project & book! ---------- I want to celebrate learning new things with my friend Mary Abreu today. You’ll remember she was my monthly guest one year and we all learned so much from her. She is an author, an amazing seamstress, a teacher and so creative. If you are in the Atlanta area, stop into Intown Quilters to say hello where she is one of the shop managers! ----------- Roseann Kermes of Rosebud's Cottage has been a frequent guest on the show, if I had a permanent co-host my buddy Roseann would be it!  We have known each other forever and I love chatting quilting with her. We do a little 'back in the day' comparison to how quilting has changed and not changed much in the time we've both been making quilts. Then Roseann will help me celebrate my 400th show by asking me some trick questions..haha! Well maybe not trick but she'll interview me! ================ BONUS for our podcast subscribers! Get 60% off a subscription to American Patchwork & Quilting. Visit and use coupon code PODCAST at checkout. ================ BONUS for our podcast subscribers! Get 50% off a digital quilt pattern of your choice in our online shop. Visit, and use coupon code PODCAST at checkout.
Thursday 15th of November 2018
Author U Your Guide to Book Publishing
A critical component of dealing with the book overwhelm is creating a spending plan—both for time and money—for book marketing and social media engagement. As an author: -learning about what moves books; -what trigger points allow an author to soar above “like” books; -what the sweet spot of book marketing is leads to success. Another excellent and insight AuthorU-Your Guide to Book Publishing podcast for author and book success with host and The Book Shepherd Judith Briles and Amy Collins.
Childhood Cancer Talk Radio
Donna Speckhard brings us a sneak-peek of the upcoming docuseries "The Promise" chronicling the experiences of children with cancer and their families and shedding light on important issues that affect us all in the childhood cancer community. The lack of viable solutions for them poses the question, why it is that we must fight so hard for awareness of their suffering, and to justify greater investment into cures for our children? The lack of solutions for children with cancer makes this road extremely difficult for families to travel, with their lives forever changed, and nothing certain. Visit the unseen world through which families must forge new paths on the journey to survival for their children, and a better future for those yet to be diagnosed. The prologue with "Elizabeth's Story" is available for viewing on the series website, at The series is currently in production.
Wednesday 14th of November 2018
Harvesting Happiness
In this episode you will learn about: • Dopamine’s role in desire • The ADD/ADHD connection to addiction • How one city handles the crisis of substance abuse • The role of human suffering in addiction
God Is Bigger Than A Juice Box . . When I first became a mom, my number one goal apart from keeping my child alive was SLEEP. It's all I could think about. It became more important than eating or pretty much anything else. SLEEP was the goal. Then when I popped out another child and started to manage two little hearts and minds and wild hands and bodies, my goal was to get some QUIET time. I just needed QUIET. Then came baby #3 and believe it or not, I started to get the hang of getting all the SLEEP and all the quiet. . . Listen in as Becca shares her "God is begged than a juice box story!"…/god-is-bigger-than-a-juice-boxpress/
Tuesday 13th of November 2018
Geraldine Teggelove Live
Listen in to guest Julie Flippin explain why building your business from the 'inside out' is the MOST IMPORTANT thing.
Military Network Radio
Linda Kreter and Military Network Radio brings the stories of Courtenay Nold, Navy veteran and her journey toward understanding and accessing PTSD resources. A very strong leader and naval officer, she found herself rocked by her combat experiences and sought answers to include but go beyond Rx medications. Her journey included writing about the many experiences of fellow trauma survivors and brought peace. Her book, War on PTSD is a positive, resource filled, veteran-centric series of chapters for vets and their families seeking help for invisible injuries. Also on iTunes, and on Everyone serves and together we make a difference!
Wise Health For Women Radio
Linda Kreter and WiseHealth for Women Radio bring you a fascinating discussion today with guest Katie Cox. Writing her dissertation on the depiction of post-9/11 national security in Marvel's Iron Man film trilogy, Katie taps into American culture - including our deepest hopes, fears, and vulnerabilities. Can Super Heroes help us in a crisis? Yes, and our discussion may also prompt your family to tackle challenging topics in a safe, familiar, entertaining way. Also on iTunes and more at Helping Women Thrive!