REAL STORIES
BY REAL PEOPLE Search
Sunday, October 22, 2017

178 results for 'Novel Noise'

Guest Post by Naomi King, author of

By Novel Noise, published on Apr 12, 2012

About Naomi KingDrawing upon her experiences in Jamesport, the largest Old Order Amish community west of the Mississippi, longtime Missourian Naomi King writes of simpler times and a faith-based lifestyle in her new Home at Cedar Creek series. Like her series heroine, Abby Lambright, Naomi considers it her personal mission to be a listener—to heal broken hearts and wounded souls—and to share her hearth and home. Faith and family, farming and frugality are hallmarks of her lifestyle: like Abby, she made her wedding dress and the one her mom wore, too! She’s a deacon, a dedicated church musician... (more)

Tags: naomi king, abby finds her calling, abby finds her calling by naomi king

Interview with Tiffany Craig Brown, author of

By Novel Noise, published on Apr 11, 2012

About Tiffany Craig Brown

As the daughter of a career Air Force officer, Tiffany Craig Brown has traveled the world, living in such exotic places as Ethiopia and Japan. Some of her first memories include bathing beneath waterfalls in the African bush. She also saw first-hand the effects of extreme poverty and disease which taught her to appreciate how lucky she was to have been born an American.

After a tour in the Army and a brief marriage, Tiffany moved to San Diego, California with her two young children and enrolled in college. Three years later, she transferred to California... (more)

Tags: heaven's rage, tiffany craig brown, author tiffany craig brown, heaven's rage by tiffany craig brown

How to Apply the Power Of Inner Perception to Change Things

By Novel Noise, published on Apr 3, 2012

Olakunbi (Kunbi) Korostensky, ND, is a former naturopathic doctor and psychologist with a master’s in energy psychology, who now primarily works as a spiritual and intuition coach with a multifaceted enterprise. She is an intuitive specialist who has command of many alternative, holistic disciplines and knowledge, which she integrates into her work with her varied clients

Olakunbi perceives herself as an “Inner Flame Rekindler” and a visionary who avidly supports women in reconnecting with their spirit core by listening to and strengthening their intuition. For over 30 years she has... (more)

Tags: olakunbi korostensky, intuition involution, author olakunbi korostensky

Interview with author Tammy Sutton-Brown

By Novel Noise, published on Mar 24, 2012

About Tammy Sutton-Brown

WNBA veteran and two-time All Star, Tammy Sutton-Brown was born and raised in Ontario, Canada. However, she has spent more time living abroad than in her home town. Tammy believes that exposure to various cultures, languages, traditions, and values enhance the quality of one’s life. This philosophy has motivated Tammy to travel extensively. She has visited more than forty countries across five continents. Tammy’s motivation for writing this series is to encourage early literacy and have children engaged in what they are reading.

What inspired... (more)

Tags: cree and scooter hit the slopes in british columbia, tammy sutton brown, author tammy sutton brown

Patient Zero

By Novel Noise, published on Feb 15, 2012

Jim Beck is a freelance writer and produced screenwriter who resides in Burbank, California with his loving wife, rambunctious son, and cute little dog named Monster. He has written for Cartoon Network’s Pink Panther & Pals, produced a short zombie film and independent feature film that was recently selected for Sundance, and is currently awaiting the release of his first direct-to-dvd creature feature.

Jim’s screenplays have placed very high (and in some cases, won) in contests conducted by Cinescape Magazine, Project Greenlight, Acclaim TV, Acclaim Film, and Writer’s Boot Camp,... (more)

Tags: jim beck, patient zero, patient zero by jim beck, author jim beck

Interview with M.D. Cliatt author of The Public Pretender

By Novel Noise, published on Feb 15, 2012

M. D. Cliatt is a wife and a mother of two teenage boys. She lives in Central Pennsylvania where she is a staff attorney in a law school clinical program, and an adjunct law professor who teaches juvenile justice and legal writing. She used to be a public defender specializing in representing children, and for the most part, loved the work. She thrived in the heat of courtroom battle, but the highs were very high and the lows were very low and she burned out. Now, she spends time grading papers, supervising law students as they represent indigent clients in court and reading with her sister... (more)

Tags: m.d. cliatt, the public pretender, the public pretender by m.d. cliatt

Interview with Robert McCabe, author of

By Novel Noise, published on Feb 15, 2012

The author has over forty years experience in Information Technology. While earning a BS in Business and a MS in Telecommunications Management his career path offered him public speaking engagements to crowds as large as 10,000 people. An avid reader he has turned his interest toward writing, while enjoying activities which include inventing and the great outdoors. His proudest accomplishments include earning a brown belt in Tae Kwon Do, and possessing a seventy-mile fastball during Little League pitching which ultimately led him to win the high school softball distance record for several years.

... (more)

Tags: robert mccabe, pastor evil, pastor evil by robert mccabe, author robert mccabe

Interview with Robert McCabe, author of

By Novel Noise, published on Feb 13, 2012

The author has over forty years experience in Information Technology. While earning a BS in Business and a MS in Telecommunications Management his career path offered him public speaking engagements to crowds as large as 10,000 people. An avid reader he has turned his interest toward writing, while enjoying activities which include inventing and the great outdoors. His proudest accomplishments include earning a brown belt in Tae Kwon Do, and possessing a seventy-mile fastball during Little League pitching which ultimately led him to win the high school softball distance record for several years.

... (more)

Tags: robert mccabe, pastor evil, pastor evil by robert mccabe, author robert mccabe

Interview with Abby Luby, author of

By Novel Noise, published on Feb 10, 2012

About Abby Luby

Abby Luby is a freelance journalist who, for over ten years, has covered nuclear power, particularly issues surrounding the Indian Point nuclear power plant in New York. Her articles have appeared in The New York Daily News, The Villager, The Westchester Guardian, The Real Deal, SolveClimateNews, The North County News and the Record Review. She also writes for the Poughkeepsie Journal, The Stamford Advocate/Greenwich Time, Valley Table Magazine, Roll Magazine, Hearst publications HealthyLivingCT, Living@HomeCT covering news, art, food and health. She teaches... (more)

Tags: nuclear romance, abby luby, nuclear romance by abby luby

Interview with author Jessica Yinka Thomas

By Novel Noise, published on Feb 8, 2012

About Jessica Yinka Thomas

Jessica Yinka Thomas is a novelist with a background in toy design and social entrepreneurship. As managing director of the Center for Sustainable Enterprise at the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School, she has authored several award-winning academic articles. Jessica has worked as a designer of interactive educational toys, as the director of a social enterprise business plan competition and as a program manager for a community development nonprofit. How Not to Save the World is her first novel. Jessica’s writing highlights her twin... (more)

Tags: jessica yinka thomas, how not to save the world, how not to save the world by jessica yinka thomas

« previous 1 29 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 next »


x