Red River Writers Live Blog Talk Radio show

On Wednesday, May 27th, at noon Central time, saw the launch a new intertnet radio show 'Red River Writers Live Blog Talk Radio show'.

They have a great schedule of Hosts for our shows with varied agendas. There is an opportunity for every Red River Writer member to guest at Red River Writers Live.

Red River Writers Live Hosts are April Robins, CJ West, JD Holiday, Jean Henry Mead and Jeff LeJeune. April guests RRW members allowing them a 2 minute promo on their work. CJ reviews books by unknown Mystery and Thriller Authors. JD chitchats “How To” with writers discussing their techniques and listening to their readings. Jean’s show is called Books for Boomers. Jeff is interviewing published authors. Of course other topics will surface as they appear.

Jeff will Host the 1st Wednesday of the Month.
CJ will Host the 2nd Wednesday of the Month.
Jan will Host the 3rd Wednesday of the Month.
Jean will Host the 4th Wednesday of the Month.
April will Host the 4 extra Wednesday’s of the Year.

Currently all shows are 30 minutes long and scheduled on Wednesdays at noon Central Time Zone.

On Wednesday, May 27th, April Robins will introduce the co-host of their Blog Talk Radio show Red River Writers Live. They are CJ West, J.D. Holiday, Jean Henry Mead, and Jeff LeJeune. They will discuss the format of their new shows and answer questions from listeners.

On Wednesday, June 3rd, Jeff LeJeune, the founding English Chairperson and basketball coach at St. Dominic Savio Catholic High School in Austin, Texas, will host Red River Writers Live. He has authored the allegorical novel, The Final Chase, published by SterlingHouse Publisher in 2005. His second novel, Postmarked Baltimore, received an Honorable Mention in the 2008 New England Book Festival. In this Red River Writers Live! episode, Casey Vincent, Math teacher and former Basketball coach, discusses the importance of literature and stories in our society.

On Wednesday, June 10th, CJ West's guest will be Marla Cukor, award-winning journalist and screenwriter. She writes for the magazine In Touch Weekly, writes short films and also writes feature length movies. Marla was responsible for the adaptation of Sin & Vengeance for film. So, if you'd like to talk about the process of adapting a book for film, next month you can get both sides of the coin. CJ will share his experiences as author and Marla can answer your screenwriting questions. It should be a very fun show. Category: Film. Rating: Adults Only.

On Wednesday, June 17th, J.D. Holiday’s will chat with Award winning editor, author and publisher VS Grenier, Founder & Owner of Stories for Children Publishing, and Editor-in-Chief of Stories for Children Magazine and SFC Newsletter for Writers. Virginia has a children’s book coming out this fall called: "Babysitting SugarPaw." We will also touch on the importance of scenes.
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VS Grenier's sites are:
To find out more about JD Holiday go to her website:
JD's Blog:
Category: Books. Rating: Everyone

On Wednesday, June 24th, Jean Henry Mead’s will host "Books for Boomers," featuring guests from the Boomer generation as well as retirees who like to read about people their own ages. My first guest will be Stephanie Osborn, author of BURNOUT and the Y FACTOR. Stephanie worked in the aerospace industry for 20 years and schooled astronauts, among other fascinating jobs. Be sure to tune in for an entertaining half hour with Stephanie Osborn and me. She has a great sense of humor.

To complete our Frasier style Cast and Crew, we have added two Assistants that we lovingly call Roz, Dellani Oakes And Laurie Zieber. They will be manning the switchboard and/or chat room while the Host interviews guest and answers questions from listeners.

To attend and participate in the shows dial the
Call-in Number: (646) 595-4478
Log onto then search for Red River Writers Live. Click on the current show and you can leave a written comment.


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