As an author, I’m often asked about what I read, so today’s episode is about what’s on my shelf and the authors that I admire! What’s on your shelf?
This episode is all about travel and culture…moving forward rather than getting stuck in the past. Embracing change. We talk about the benifits of travel with a young man who’s done more than his share of budget travelling, and he provides many useful tips for travelling on a budget. Sponsored by Blue Jinni Media, www.bluejinnimedia.com For more works by Dedra L. Stevenson, please visit, www.dedralstevenson.com
I hope you guys enjoy this episode! This podcast is just something I do for fun, so enjoy it and let me know if you’d like for me to talk about anything in particular. I had such a great time being the keynote speaker for the graduation this year, and my speech seemed to inspire a lot of people, so I thought you’d like to hear it! 🙂 Have a great week, and I’ll be posting episode 2 of this season soon!
Have you guys had enough of bad manners? Where have manners gone? I wish we could bring back a bit of the charm and grace of a time gone by.
Hi Y’all! Sorry I’ve been away so long! I wanted to put out this little episode just to let you know that I didn’t forget about you, and I promise to be back really soon with new episodes and new topics. This is just a little-unscripted episode to say Howdy, and to get back in touch! Peace and Light to you all.
We all had it when we were kids, but the good news is that it’s not gone, just sleeping. So how do you access creativity again? Give this episode a listen. Enjoy!
Wow, what an exciting month this has been! I’ve been working on my own personal podcast, the podcast I Co-Produce with my partner at Blue Jinni Media, my new cookbook, a children’s book, and a new film! I wonder if a woman with a family to manage can put on any more duties and responsibilities? Gosh, I certainly hope not!
The new podcast is called, Desert Magnolia, just like the novel, and I really hope that you’ll enjoy it. I’m truly just doing that one for fun, and I’m talking about topics that I want to talk about, with no real ryme or reason, pretty much discussion / talk show style.
If there’s a topic that you’d like to hear about, please let me know! Give me a shout out at any time, and if it’s possible, I’ll talk about it. Be nice now, and take it seriously. I truly do want to offer topics that matter.
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First of all, by “Southern”, I mean those who are either from the Southern states of the USA, or they have relatives there. I found this quote to explain…
“More than any other part of America, the South stands apart. Thousands of Northerners and foreigners have migrated to it … but Southerners they will not become. For this is still a place where you must have either been born or have ‘people’ there, to feel it is your native ground. “Natives will tell you this. They are proud to be Americans, but they are also proud to be Virginians, South Carolinians, Tennesseeans, Mississippians and Texans. But they are conscious of another loyalty too, one that transcends the usual ties of national patriotism and state pride. It is a loyalty to a place where habits are strong and memories are long. If those memories could speak, they would tell stories of a region powerfully shaped by its history and determined to pass it on to future generations.”— Tim Jacobson, Heritage of the South