Fairfax Radio Channel 36 4/17/2018

Our first guest is Cynthia Fabian, Literary Expert and Author. She is a writer and author of six books, living the quiet life in Venice, Florida.  She is a retired teacher of English and ELL, she has a passion for helping children learn. Working in the inner city of New York, she found her mission to write children’s books. Her reason for writing The Counting Game is one that was important as 7% of the student population has dyscalculia.  So, it is the first book of its kind addressing a serious issue in a humorous way. Cynthia is a ghostwriter finding a way to help many people who wish to tell their stories. For more information go to her website at fabianwriter.com



Our next guest is James Anderson’s discussing his newest novel LULLABY ROAD was just released by Crown, the second novel featuring Ben Jones. It has received raves from The New York Times Book ReviewThe Associated Press; Huffington Post, Shelf Awareness, Library Journal, Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, The Deseret News, and many other publications. At least two dozen newspapers have picked up The Associated Press review.  

James Anderson was born in Seattle, Washington and grew up in the Pacific Northwest. He is a graduate of Reed College, and received his MFA in creative writing from Pine Manor College. His first novel was The Never-Open Desert Diner. His short fiction, poetry, essays, and reviews have appeared in many magazines, including The Bloomsbury Review, New Letters, Solstice Magazine, and others. He currently divides his time between Colorado and Oregon.unded and ran Breitenbush Books from 1976 – 1991, a small book publishing company based in Portland, Oregon.  During his tenure, Breitenbush Books won an unprecedented three Western States Book Awards, which were juried by the renowned Robert Penn Warren, N. Scott Momaday, Elizabeth Hardwick, Jonathan Galassi and others.

Other jobs have included stints as a logger, commercial fisherman, car salesman and, briefly, truck driver. In the late 1990s Anderson co-produced the documentary film Tara’s Daughters about Tibetan women in exile, narrated by Susan Sarandon. The film won Best Documentary at the New York Film Festival in 2002. The principal photography of a second film, Zydeco By Birth, which he wrote and directed, about the history of zydeco and creole music, was completed in 2003 but was unreleased. The film is now in the permanent collection of The Smithsonian in Washington, D.C.

His debut novel, The Never-Open Desert Diner (Caraval Books; Feb. 2015) received rave reviews, including from Marilyn Stasio in The NYTimes who said “…A wondrously strange first novel by James Anderson….a voice that’s…well, high, dry and severely beautiful…Anderson is one fine storyteller.” As a result of all the raves Anderson received, Crown publishers, a division of Random House, released bought the rights from Caravel Books and released The Never-Open Desert Diner in both hardcover and paperback, and signed on Anderson for two more novels, featuring Ben Jones, the down-on-his luck truck driver whose route takes him back and forth across one of the most desolate and beautiful regions of the Utah desert. For more information go to jamesandersonauthor.com


WCVX 1160 AM 04-14-2018

Our first guest is Kerry Wallum our Movie and TV Expert, he will  discuss the new TV Series “Thee Redneck Getaway Tour De Force”, Eagle Eye, Kerry’s character on the show  is shown here along with all the other characters on the show.

Kerry will discuss the Rednecks all participated on Kathryn Raaker’s The Chef You and I, but Eagle Eye needs to do another show with Kathryn that will be coming up in the next month or so.

Kerry Wallum is a Producer, Director, Actor,  Writer,  Kerry Wallum, grew up riding bulls and roping calves in the rodeo until he was bitten by the acting bug.   With more than 60 films under his belt, he has acted and been a stuntman in some of the great movies including The Yearling(writers Majorie Kinnan Rawlings and Joe Wiesenfeld and director Rod Hardy), The Postman (writers David Brin, Eric Roth and Brian Helgeland and director Kevin Costner), and The Crow . 



Our next guest is  Dr. Gerald Blumenthal is a global entrepreneur, mechanical engineer, industrial psychologist, author of five books, international speaker, and business mentor.

While establishing major businesses in two different countries, being an international keynote speaker, and business mentor, Dr. Gerald Blumenthal has also written five books. Four of his books are novels and one is a nonfiction piece on the handwriting analysis of 34 of history’s most notorious serial killers.



Serial Killers: Their Lives, Their Crimes, and Their Handwriting

Is there a serial killer living next door? By masquerading as regular people, some serial killers have managed to elude law enforcement for many years. Some, like the infamous Zodiac Killer, have never been apprehended. In fact, it is estimated that there are over 2,000 serial killers currently at large in the USA. But who are these serial killers and what motivates them to take the life of another human being?

Blumenthal’s literary works have been praised by fellow authors as “dazzling” and “ground-breaking.” All five of his books are available for purchase. Go to amazon.com or go to www.drgeraldblumenthal.com to order his books.








WWLN 1080AM/ WDZY1290AM/103.3FM KWDF 840AM/99.7FM 04/07/2018

Our first guest is Michelle Dickinson-Moravek, author of Breaking Into My Life: Growing Up with a Bipolar Parent and My Battle to Reclaim Myself, knows firsthand how punishing it can be to love someone with a mental illness. Knowing that approximately one in five adults in the U.S. experiences mental illness in a given year, just isn’t the same as growing up with a mother who struggled with bipolar disorder.

Dickinson-Moravek’s story of perseverance and triumph is as painfully revealing as it is uplifting. Her memoir, Breaking Into My Life, starts with her learning to care for her bipolar mother as a child, a role that was imposed upon her. Dickinson-Moravek shares how she watched her mother seesaw between mania and deep depression while putting on the perfect front to keep her secret confined to walls of their home.

Dickinson-Moravek hopes her message prompts dialogue about mental illness at home, in school, and in the workplace. “Open discussions have the power to humanize mental illness, have it be less feared, and move us all closer to eradicating the stigma once and for all,” she says. To receive a free chapter of Breaking Into My Life, which is available on Amazon, go to www.breakingintomylife.com .


Our next guest is  Seth J. Baum, M.D., was at the American College of Cardiology’s (ACC) 67th Annual Scientific Sessions he discusses  new research that explores the clinical impact for cardiovascular patients denied access to PCSK9 inhibitors. He will also touch on the significant need to ensure high-risk patients – people with high ‘bad’ cholesterol and those at risk for a cardiovascular event – who may benefit from a PCSK9 inhibitor can receive it if appropriately prescribed by their physicians. Many patients with established CV disease cannot access PCSK9 inhibitors because of excessive “red tape” generated by restrictive insurance paperwork. Joining Dr. Baum is Mahendra , PCSK9 inhibitor patient.