Debbie Walker talks with Margie Peterson about her lively parents, her introduction to theater and radio, and her experience working with an illustrator for her upcoming picture book "My First Sleepover." Debbie and Margie met each other through Ninja Writers.
Marilyn Flower interviews Cindy Heath about growing up in Alaska where her family set up as homesteaders. Cindy has had been a business owner in many capacities: from organic farmer to bookstore owner. Cindy's newest venture is helping green businesses with marketing.
Debbie Walker interviews Nancy Peckenham about her experiences as an editor of Crows' Feet, a publication on Medium. Nancy had a long and varied career in journalism, but she considers herself a newcomer to social media. She recently created an anthology of the best articles titled, Crow's Feet: Life As We Age.
Alison Acheson, prolific author and writing teacher, talks with Marilyn Flower about caregiving for her husband as he battled ALS. Alison shared her love of Flamenco dancing and her experiences working as a children's author. She has written 11 books, the most recent is Dance Me to the End: Ten Months and Ten Days with ALS. She frequently writes for Middle-Pause Publication on Medium. Alison's newest adventure on Substack, The Unschool for Writers: A DIY MFA.
Shaunta Grimes visits with Debbie Walker & Marilyn Flower who are members of the Ninja Writers Club. Shaunta shares her 10 minute magic tip for writing and success in any area of your life. Shaunta shares her journey from Nevada to Pennsylvania, and the joyous road to becoming a professional writer and writing coach.
Megan Stewart talks about life in Ohio. How she created her own created her job at college that helped people develop their skills. It began with a single mother's support group. From there she offered job skills to high school students, veterans, and the homeless. She's left the 9 to 5 rat race and is now a freelancer, working with individuals and as part of the Ninja Writers Team.
Her first book Where Are My Pants? in her series "Where The Lost Things Go" is available on Amazon.
Debbie Walker has Marilyn Flower introduce her close friends Marla Bishop and Marsha Harrison. They discuss how their lives have been affected by the Pandemic. Marsha started a non-profit called Hands Deliver to help nurses. How the death of George Floyd has affected them and their bi-racial families. Marla and Marsha discussed healthcare and self-care. They each sang acapella as a gift to the world.