Thursday, March 29, 2012

Randal Massaro: Protecting Our Nation's Bear Population

Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting animal activist and spokesman for Union Members for the Preservation of Wildlife, Randal Massaro on March 29 at 1 pm eastern. We will be talking about the recent attempts to expand bear hunting in Nevada as well as the controversial statements made at the Washoe County wildlife advisory board meeting.

Former member of Green Peace in California, Massaro now fights for the preservation of wildlife. He is at the forefront of the movement to save the wild horses and burros. His goal is to create a collation to protect endangered species and their habitats. His is to make the nation aware of the abuse of power and the corruption the governmental organizations, which were assigned stewardship of the nation’s wildlife.

To learn more about the change to Nevada’s hunting regulations as well truth behind the racist remarks tune into on March 29 at 1 pm eastern. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

The show will be available in the archives at

Sunday, March 25, 2012

A paranormal romance without vampires, werewolves or zombies

I would like some feedback. I just added the audio pitch for Never Can Say Good-bye on my website at

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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Help for Adoptees and Birth Parents

Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting author, veteran and private investigator Mike Kiger on March 22 at 1 pm eastern as shares his 30 years of experience helping people find missing family members.

Kiger has twenty years experience doing adoption investigations where work was conducted for either the adoptee and/or the birth parent. These adoption cases have been conducted across the country. These complex cases are some of the hardest types of investigation as quite often the trails are often thirty to forty years old. He has done background investigations for the private sector and governmental agencies. He has written articles on adoption investigations, elder abuse, and is currently involved in a movie project called the Evil Cake Lady

His website is at

Tune into at 1 pm eastern on March 22 to listen to Mike Kiger share his experiences helping others find missing loved ones . The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

After the show, the interview will be available in the archives at

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Wolf Killing Hysteria Taking Over in Wisconsin

Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting author, archaeologist and animal activist , Dr Catherine Feher-Elston on March 15 at 1 pm eastern as she talks about renewed attacks on wolves, including wolf-killing hysteria taking over in Wisconsin.

Dr. Catherine Feher-Elston is an internationally-acclaimed author. An archaeologist and historian, she works extensively with environmental and indigenous rights issues. She wrote the Naturesong book series which includes Wolfsong: A Natural and Fabulous History of Wolves and the award-winning Ravensong: A Natural and Fabulous History of Ravens and Crows.

She has lived and worked among many of the world’s indigenous peoples, including Montana’s Northern Cheyenne, where she chaired the Chief Dull Knife College communications division and founded the Little Wolf Writing and History Center.

Her involvement with wolves started in the 1990s, when her work in journalism brought her to the Mogollon Rim country of Arizona and New Mexico. She covered Mexican wolf reintroduction. Among her interests is wildlife rehabilitation. As Fate dictated, a wolf cub with a defective liver came into her life. She cared for Mowgli for two years before his condition took his life. As a result, she wrote Wolfsong, in an effort to share the facts about wolves with the world. Research for Wolfsong included spending time in the Yellowstone Country.

Currently, Feher-Elston works in development for a Northern Rockies community. She works to support environmental sustainability, museum programs and historic preservation. She is the director of The Ravensong Group, an organization that supports the Endangered Species Act and the rule of law in the United States.

Tune into at 1 pm eastern on March 15 to listen to Dr Catherine Feher-Elston and learn how we can save our wolves . The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

The interview will be available in the archives at

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Operation Home Base: A Family of Man Drama About Forgiveness and Second Chances

Operation Home Base
We've got your back.
Theresa Chaze
One of The Red Cross’s functions is passing messages to and from military personnel. However, they are limited to the passive role of sharing information. What if there was an organization that could do more? Facing their own demons, veterans and civilians come together to actively make a difference with legal, medical and logistics help for military personnel, veterans and their dependents? Their motto is “we've got your back.”. What if in their dedication to help, founders of Operation Home Base stumbled upon an international cover up, which puts a target on their own backs? Do they shrink away in fear or do they damn the torpedoes and face the challenge with a Gung-Ho mentality?

A medic in Nam, Martin Flying Crow returned home only to find the war followed him. By helping others, he was able to quiet the ghosts in his head. He gained national attention and the friendship of retired Lieutenant Colonel Elaine Reynolds after he talked a Marine out of committing suicide. Together they pulled enough resources together to achieve a non-profit status and were able to move Operation Home Base from Martin's garage into a small office building.

The organization once again gained national attention when they used their connections both in and out of the military to investigate the disappearance of PFC Hank Bogley and his squad. When they start to unravel the lies and misinformation, they suddenly become the targets of a national smear campaign. Although their personal and professional motives are brought into question, the board refuses to back down.

Unable to deter them, their lead detractor, Valhalla does an about face and offers to support them with endless financial, political, and logistic support. There is one catch. Operation Home Base must accept their representative as the new head of their organization. Valhalla chooses a man who knows Martin's secrets. He knows because the same ghosts haunt him. Is he the distraction to keep Martin busy, while they use the money, influence and access to classified information to destroy Operation Home Base from the inside out?

Operation Home Base combines MASH and The Waltons with NCIS to create a family of man drama about forgiveness and second chances. From the senseless murder of a therapy dog to two teens stealing a tank to a Native American's family having to fight for their loved one's last wishes to be honored, Operation Home Base intertwines real life situations with a fictional international conspiracy. From World War II to the current conflict, the stories will show military personnel and veterans as real people, not just disposable parts of the war machine. Its tagline is helping others heals our own wounds.

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Saturday, March 10, 2012

Paranormal Romance film: Ghosts, Love and Revenge

Never Can Say Good-bye

How many times in our lives have we met someone for the first time and instantly liked or hated them? What if reincarnation was real and our reaction was a soul memory fighting its way into our conscious mind? What if our meeting again was not by coincidence, but by a ghostly intervention? Would we do things differently or would we make the same mistakes?

Elizabeth was asked by her mentor to teach a writing course at the small college. Since she never forgets a kindness, she reluctantly agrees.. Arriving in town, she instantly regrets her decision. She wants to run, but she is honor bound to stay. Even as a the ghost of a small child begs her to forgive, the memories of another time arouse feelings she doesn't understand and are unable to control. When she meets Shane, Elizabeth is overwhelmed with hatred. The feeling is mutual as Shane redirects her jealousy and rage from Lynne to Elizabeth. By the time Elizabeth realizes what is happening it is too late to run. Can she and the others learn how to forgive and remember the love before the jealousy, hatred and need for revenge once again take over their lives?

“Never Can Say Good-bye” is a traditional ghost story with a reincarnation twist. It picks up where Somewhere in Time, Ghost and Always left off. Its tagline is love and hate survive death.

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Thursday, March 08, 2012

The Importance of Editing

Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting author Barbara Ardinger, Ph.D on March 8 at 1 pm eastern. We will be talking her novels and the important qualities of an editor.

Barbara Ardinger, Ph.D. ("" ), is the author of Secret Lives, a new novel about crones and other magical folks, and Pagan Every Day, a unique day book of daily meditations. Her other books include Finding New Goddesses, a parody of goddess encyclopedias, and an earlier novel, Quicksilver Moon, which is realistic … except for the vampire. Her day job is freelance editing for people who have good ideas but don’t want to embarrass themselves in print. To date, she has edited more than 250 books, both fiction and nonfiction, on a wide range of topics. Barbara, who is well known for the ri she creates and leads, lives in Long Beach with her two rescued Maine coon cats, Schroedinger and Heisenberg. She is a CERT volunteer and has been an AIDS buddy.

To learn more about Ardinger’s novels as well as the importance of editing t into at 1 pm eastern on March 8.. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

The show will be available in the archives at


In her latest novel, Secret Lives explores woman’s journey through time, culture, sexism, spirituality, aging, and even death. With artful skill and meticulous Neolithic detail, Ardinger’s characters across time show that the ancient feminine journey isn't that different from the modern one.

It is a rare author that can create characters that are so memorable that you hate to see the book end; characters that live on inside your head and your heart; characters that you can actually learn from…. Barbara Ardinger is one such author and her newest offering, Secret Lives, is one such memorable book. Like, Terry Pratchett, Ms. Ardinger has a gift for creating lovable and eccentric crackpot personalities that live on long after you've finished reading the book. The pages of Secret Lives are peopled with a circle of little old ladies who are Witchy eccentrics reeking mischief on those who deserve it. … If you are an older woman you MUST read this book and consider it as a great instruction manual for becoming an outrageous old lady. In fact, if you are human you should read this book. If you aren't human you should still read it because you'll still thoroughly enjoy the read. This is a great book to lift your spirits in these trying times.

Author and goddess-worshipper Barbara Ardinger celebrated the publishing of her eighth book, Secret Lives, last month. The novel depicts witches as real women with real-world issues; what’s unique is that those women are endowed with magical powers….

What a remarkable novel this is! … Though it is at times extremely humorous, Secret Lives isn’t a light “fluffy bunny” type novel. Its themes are serious; some passages are grim, strong, written with appropriate toughness. Its character description, use of symbolism, and other authorly techniques, including comedy, are dexterously done.
—Judith Laura, MEDUSA COILS

It is a true gift when the reading public receives a book with wit, charm, and adventure all wrapped up in a plot that speaks volumes about friendship, the twilight years of your life, the power of women, and the way this world looks at its senior citizens—the most powerful guides on the planet who are being treated unforgivably.

Secret Lives is a collection of short stories, woven together to form a larger, overarching narrative. That makes it a great bedside table book; it’s possible to pick it up, reach a chapter, set it down, and go to sleep—or, as happens as things begin to escalate, one can read on and on without feeling the lurching stop/start that often results from reading a collection of short stories.
The women in Secret Lives became like family to me, and I’ll miss reading about them and their antics. I hope when I’m their age I’ll be as active and can work with a wonderful group of Crones. This is a book for all women. It reminds us life doesn’t end when we become Crones. It just gets better!

[Barbara Ardinger] presents a massive spectrum of themes and issues that impact a coven whose members include a Rainbow Coalition of ages, colors, professions, backgrounds, and sexual preferences. The storyline threads are spun as social and community issues are juxtaposed with personal and spiritual concerns. Chapters resemble sequential episodes in a top-notch television series… [and] small interpersonal storylines act as a counterpoint to overarching group storylines and themes. The challenges faced by the elderly are central to the book’s overall plot, but are by no means exclusive.

This is not a light novel, although it has plenty of wit. In her beautiful prose, Barbara Ardinger tells a magical story of wisdom, both ancient and modern, celebrating life, death (and beyond), and the life phases in between, from menarche to menopause.
—Miriam Robbins Dexter,
Editor of The Living Goddesses by Marija Gimbutas

Secret Lives is a totally wonder-filled, thought provoking, moving, fun ride…. Get this book! Give it! Read it! You’ll love it! You won't want to keep it a secret!

Night after night I savored Barbara Ardinger’s newly-released novel as a comfort and a treat. The women of the circle welcomed me in as I shared their concerns, their joys, their friendships, and their wild and practical magic. Full of wit and warmth, deftly explores a host of timeless and timely issues and in particular gives us an original and compassionate view of older women.
—Elizabeth Cunningham, MAEVE & ELIZABETH

I keep a small shelf of novels I know I’ll want to read again when I want to be entertained, inspired, or sometimes just for comfort when stuck indoors. Among others on that shelf are and There’s so much to like here! Many of our heroines are old, but the word “feeble” never comes to mind; these are powerful women, with incredible resources and friendships. It’s an inspiration to read.

Thursday, March 01, 2012

Help for Wounded Warriors

Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting Founder and spokes person for Wings for Warriors Anthony (Doc) Ameen on March 1 at 1 pm eastern. We will be talking the needs and challenges of wounded warriors.

Proudly served as an U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman for 8 years as a non commissioned officer with a vast experience in a variety of lifesaving medical techniques and specialties including emergency medicine, women's health, and advanced combat surgical techniques. He performed his duty under severe time constraints and in hostile conditions. His excellent networking, communication and public speaking abilities gave him the ability to help veteran outreach programs and the wounded warrior community.

Wings for Warrior’s mission is to provide necessary tools, insights and resources for wounded veterans as they go through the recovery process and transition into new realities. Among the services and activities we support include:

Guidance and counseling in dealing with military and government entities to secure healthcare, financial and legal benefits.
Financial assistance for immediate family members traveling to visit wounded loved ones located at military and hospital facilities around the nation.
Public awareness events and programs to highlight the unique challenges our wounded warriors face and to ensure that they receive strong community support.

Wings for Warriors website

To learn more about how to help wounded warriors tune into at 1 pm eastern on March 1. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

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