Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Indie Film Director Kate Chaplin

Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting film director and writer Kate Chaplin November 29, 2012 at 1 pm eastern as she talks about women's changing role in the entertainment industry.

Kate Chaplin has been called a “Naptown notable resident” by InTake, “A Powerful Woman” by the Indy Star, and one of the “most talented writers around today” by the Writer’s Page. Chaplin is a filmmaker, author, and public speaker. Her projects have appeared on MTV, CMT, Discovery Channel, in film festivals, sci-fi conventions, in print and online. She has produced 13 short projects and in post-production on her first feature film called INGENUE. First They Came For… went on to win the INDY Award, The Gold Award and was nominated for the Hoosier Lens Award. Chaplin is the author of The Belief Test, The Celebration Diet and the upcoming movie memoir  I Blame Lucas.Chaplin dreams of working with Johnny Depp, be hired as Marky-Mark’s costumer, and getting drunk in Ireland.

Chaplin's websites:
Tune into on November 29, 2012 at 1 pm eastern to listen to director Kate Chaplin share her experiences in the entertainment industry. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

The interview will be available in the archives at

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Operation Home Base: A Family of Man Drama of 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, the 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.

To learn more visit the website at

Sunday, November 11, 2012

What do Film Audiences Want?

It was implied to me yesterday that I am archaic. That I don't know what the modern audience wants. I always loved films because they were a break in the fast pace, competitive world. Those two hours were a time to laugh, cry, be scared and visit other worlds. It was a time to relax and take a break from my own worries and life challenges. You fell in love with and along with the characters. You shared their adventures and their challenges. You also shared in their successes. They gave you hope that you could also win in your life.

But evidently movies aren't like that any more. I was told that in order to get foreign sales there had to be nudity and sex . Evidently they are more important the the foreign markets instead of love and romance. Plot and character development were less important than the having the scenes strobe across the screen. I have been told that the modern audiences don't have the attention span, patience, or the intelligence to watch movies that have actual plot and character development. It's so much easier to produce shallow films; they sell more toys, beach towels and other crap.

I don't believe this to be true. I believe that there is intelligent life out there, but I think that they are being ignored. I know there is a market for good old fashion plot and character based films. So let them call me archaic. I'll wear the label proudly because I will not compromise on quality.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Not Just Another Book Of Shadows: A Wiccan Priestess Shares What she has learned

Not Just Another Book Of Shadows: A Wiccan Priestess Shares What she has learned.

With all the published Book of Shadows out there, many of which are authored by famous Wiccans and Pagans, why should anyone buy my ebook of shadows, Out of the Shadows and Into the Light? I'm not famous--at least not yet. I don't belong to a coven or church. The training I've had hasn't been structured or formal; I didn't go into a classroom to be taught by Lord or Lady High Priestess or Priest. None of this was around when I started down the path. Back in the late 70's and early 80's, there weren't occult bookstores, at least not where I grew up. If you were lucky you could find books on Astrology--what you sun sign meant, but not much more. Books on magic taught you tricks. Witches were evil. Pagans were backward and ignorant. If you were clever, you found books on Spiritualism. Nor did my family have a long history of casting spells and stirring cauldrons, so I can't lay claim to a long magical heritage. I was raise Catholic, which in a way prepared me for doing rituals

That is what I didn't have. What I did have was so much more than could be found in books or with title honored teachers. There are so many things that can't be taught with words or demonstrations in a classroom; it can only be found by practical experience and good old fashion hard work.

On both sides of my parentage, there were abilities. My grandmother was not only able to sense the dead, but frequently see them. She also had a way of knowing with out knowing how she knew, which helped know when to play the lottery. Although, she never won big, she won frequently. Unfortunately, her Christian heritage kept her from understanding and training her gift. When she saw the other side, it frequently frightened her. Her sister, Edith had a natural intuitiveness about people. She could read them like no other, but she also didn’t understand her talent. Instead, she used alcohol to suppress her impressions. There were family rumors about their mother, but back then, children were never included in the discussions about the weirdness in the family. My grandmother would say, “little pictures have big ears.” Sometimes at night, I would pretend to be asleep so that I could listen; unfortunately, it didn’t take too long for me to stop pretending and I missed out on a lot. My mother knew how to communicate with animals and instinctively knew they needed to be healed. We had two puppies that contracted parvo that the vet had given up on. She brought them home and proved him wrong. She had a knack of seeing into other’s lives. Once she described to a woman her entire house down to the color of the walls in her bedroom; the woman’s reaction prevented her from ever doing it again. They were Christian, yet they were also spiritually gifted in ways that they didn't understand therefore never gained control over their abilities.

When I was about five, I told my grandmother’s neighbor, Kate, that I saw fairies in her garden. She took me into her kitchen and poured water into an old bowl and put candlestick in the center. She lit the candle and had me watch the flame as she talked to me. Decades later I remembered in a dream how she shut down that part of my natural gifts. When I was ready, not only did the memory come back but the ability as well. Kate was a very spiritual woman, who went to church every morning at 6 am. Her faith was an active part in her life, yet she still knew how to reach the earth spirits. Although her age kept her from doing much work, her gardens were always lush and her grapevine remained fertile in spite of its age. Her home was old and run down. She was one of the last people in town to install indoor plumbing. The only source of heat for the large two story home was a wood stove in the kitchen, yet it was always warm. Her house was unique. It was two story, but the upper level could be reached both from the inside and out. The wooden stairs led to a porch and then the entrance. She had board it up, keeping whatever was in on the inside and keeping the rest of us out. When she died, so did her gardens and the house seem to collapse into itself.

Growing up, I felt safer and more at home in woods than anywhere else. My grandmother's boyfriend had an 80 acre farm. I would spend hours wandering by myself, knowing that nothing could harm me while I was among the trees. It was the place I where I was the most connected. Just before the swamp, there was a natural circular field with a single tree in the center. It was a was the place I went to hide and think.

Just out of high school, my friend, Kim and her father, Bobby taught me channeling. Kim, another friend, Lynne and myself spent the summer walking between worlds. To say we were obsessive would be an understatement. We became very good at allowing the Goddesses and Gods to speak through us and they helped us open the spiritual doors within us. We were young and felt immortal, which made us fearless of the unknown and the consequences of our actions. It was a spiritual summer that changed all of us, especially me. That fall the three of us parted ways. I wandered through life for almost a year. What I had experienced made me question everything that I had been taught. I was very confused, so I did a lot of drinking and partying to stop the thinking.

In 1977, I started community college before going on to Michigan State University. By moving away, I was able to start releasing the old negative beliefs about not only myself but also the world beyond. I started doing more research and join the Metaphysical Society that met on the MSU campus. Through this group I met a beautiful soul could have very well been an incarnated angel; Mary was an older woman, who was not only wise but also very loving. Her nurturing heart helped me have faith in my abilities. She helped me open the doors that Kate had closed. We studied Eastern philosophies, kabala, and energy healing. It was also the time I picked up my first Tarot deck and started to use them to focus my intuition. The summer of 1981 when I officially initiated, my dragon spirit awakened and reentered by soul. It was a time of great awareness and challenge. What I had received what had I asked for, but it was more than what I was emotionally prepared to deal with. It took me several years to regain balance.

That all happened before the mid eighties. It was years ahead of the spiritual awakening that was to come for others. The late 80's and the 90's when the spiritual awakenings began in mass, I had already gone through the karmic test of air, fire and had started the emotional test of water. I had learned how focus my energy into healing through Reiki and became disciplined enough to control my other gifts. When I gained control over myself, I was able to reawaken memories from the lives before, which brought forward past lessons and gave me access to old talents.

All that I have experience has given me a unique perspective not only on life, but also gave me the ability to see how we are all interconnected. None of us are really alone. Like pieces of a puzzle, we all have our own unique shape and image, but we are also part of one big picture. Out of the Shadows and Into the Light is more than a book of spells and rituals; it contains what I have learned along the way. When we lack something in our life, whether it be love, prosperity or security, the sources is always an emotional or spiritual wound. By healing the injury, the path to healing opens and you will be able to find what you seek. Oprah once said there are two emotions, love and fear. I have gone one step further by adding--if you come from fear, you can never have love; however, if you come from love, you will never lack for it. By healing ourselves, we open our hearts and souls to that which we desire the most. It is this perspective that make Out of the Shadows and Into the Light different than other Book of Shadows. It is a 114 page full color ebook with information on healing, love, prosperity and protection. There are also sections on Dragon Magic and Justice Rituals. In addition, there are articles on Kundalini, the elements and manifesting. It is available as a Kindle and on my site at

Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Interview with Days of Our Lives Star Bill Hayes



Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting actor, singer, and author Bill Hayes on November 8, 2012 at 1 pm eastern as he talks about his new novel Trumpet and his amazing career.
Best known as Doug Williams on the long running soap opera, Days of Our Lives, Hayes career includes credits in Vaudeville, Broadway, film, television, music and best selling author.

BILL HAYES burst onto the national television scene in Olsen & Johnson’s 1949 madcap series Fire-Ball Fun-for-All. From there he was tapped to be a featured singer on Your Show of Shows starring Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca (1950-1954).


Hayes debut on Broadway in Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Me and Juliet (1953-1954), and followed with a gold record for “The Ballad of Davy Crockett” (over 4,000,000 sold; still selling!), voted Best Record of 1955. He starred in the feature films: the Warner Bros. farce Stop! You’re Killing Me (1953), Otto Preminger’s The Cardinal (1963) and the award-winning Wrestling with God (1989). He was national spokesman for Oldsmobile for four years (1956-1960) and took Bye Bye Birdie on its one-year national tour (1961-1962).

His early career glittered with variety TV performances, including: Kate Smith (1956, 13 episodes), Ed Sullivan (1953), Perry Como (1955), Milton Berle (1955), Ernie Kovacs (1956-1957, 19 episodes), Patti Page (1957, 6 episodes), Jo Stafford (1958), Jack Paar (1957), Bing Crosby (1958), and the Bell Telephone Hour (1959 & 1960), et al. In addition to singing and dancing, he starred as a straight actor in such dramatic shows as U. S. Steel Hour (1957), Hallmark Hall of Fame (1957 & 1958), Carol Burnett’s Once Upon a Mattress (1964).

His 65-year career has also included vaudeville turns at the Chicago Theatre (1951 & 1955) and New York’s Roxy (1953); and caf├ęs such as the Blue Angel (1950) and the St. Regis Hotel in New York (1958 & 1959), the Drake Hotel in Chicago (1961), and the Fontainebleau in Miami (1954)
Theatre tours included Student Prince, Anything Goes, Camelot, On a Clear Day, Pajama Game. And, in addition to the Broadway revival of Brigadoon (1968), Bill’s considerable regional theater appearances included On the Town, Of Thee I Sing, Merry Widow, Miss Liberty, Music in the Air, Tree Grows in Brooklyn, South Pacific, Out of This World, Fanny, Dark of the Moon, Good News, Oklahoma!, Girl Crazy, Who Was That Lady?, Where’s Charley?, Foxy, Sunday in New York, Green Grow the Lilacs, She Loves Me, Moon is Blue, Fantasticks Carousel, Song of Norway, Desert Song, Guys & Dolls, and George M! His list totals over 100 musicals and 30 straight plays!

Since 1970, Bill Hayes has portrayed “Doug Williams” on NBC’s Emmy-award-winning Days of our Lives (2,027 episodes to date!), garnering two Emmy nominations and several Best Actor Awards along the way.

Bill also appeared as a regular on Hollywood Squares and as a talk-show guest with Johnny, Phil, Dinah, Merv, Geraldo, Regis, Oprah and Martha.

In the 90s, Bill guest-starred in TV’s Matlock, Hooperman and Cop Rock. His 1992 stints with Ann Blyth at the Dunes in Vegas and Rainbow and Stars in Manhattan drew raves from the critics (“Not only does Hayes still belt ‘em out, he can tap!”).

His more recent stage work has included Amadeus (1985), 42nd Street and Same Time Next Year (1987), La Cage aux Folles (1988), Harvey (1989), Oliver! (1993), Damn Yankees (1995), I Do I Do (1986, 1996 & 1999), Glad to Be Unhappy (2000), Mame (2002-2003), I Remember You (2005), Follies (2007) and Chicago (2008).

He guest-starred on Frasier in 2002, headlined The Palm Springs Follies in 2004. Bill’s 2004 CD is titled “This is BILL HAYES;” and his 2005 memoir, co-authored with his wife Susan Seaforth Hayes, is called, appropriately, Like Sands Through the Hourglass. He’s still talking about the thrill of doing a series of concerts (2009-2010) with jazz-great Dick Hyman in The Musical Magic of Hayes and Hyman. He and his wife have penned a historical novel, Trumpet, published this year by Decadent Publishing, receiving critical acclaim.

Hayes Websites:

Twitter: @DaysHayes

Tune into on November 8, 2012 at 1 pm eastern to listen to Bill Hayes share the experiences as an author, actor, and singer. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

The interview will be available in the archives at

Brilliant and sassy Elizabeth Trumpet fantasizes starring on the London stage, but to become an actress in 1803 is tantamount to losing her virginity in the most debasing way.
After watching her mother die and her father lose his mind, the courageous sixteen-year-old must find a way to save her family. She scores her first acting job as a fencer—the deadly skill she learned from her brother training for the military. Blessed with talent and a rare singing voice, Lizzie pursues her career, learning from theatrical characters high and low.
When reckless actor Jonathan Faversham sets eyes on Miss Trumpet, he knows he’s found the partner of his life. But Faversham carries ruinous baggage from a dark past. Entangled in lust and ambition, Lizzie gives him her heart and they reach the heights together. Until Lizzie gets more applause than he…
From the magnificence of Regency palaces and the Theatre Royal Covent Garden to the sun-baked pyramids of Egypt and the arms of a real-life Samson, Lizzie is never far from trouble. As her brother rides to glory with Wellington in the Napoleonic Wars, great events threaten her survival. Danger lurks behind stage curtains, when a madman sets fire to take her life and she lifts a sword in revenge.
Will this once innocent girl, with her rise to stardom, be remembered for her art? Or for her shame?

Monday, November 05, 2012

Marine and Army Chaplain Assistant SSG Barbara Anne Kilgore

Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting retired Marine and Army Chaplain Assistant SSG Barbara Anne Kilgore on November 6, 2012 at 1 pm eastern as she talks about her life in the military as a Marine and Chaplain's Assistant.

SSG Kilgore grew up in Cocoa Florida. She enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1980. Serving 6 years she received her Honorable discharge in 1985. She attended Brevard Community College graduating in 1989 with her Associate of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice. She attended the University of Central Florida graduating in 1991 with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice. She is a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and Golden Key Honor Society.

SSG Kilgore enlisted in the United States Army in 1995. Her assignments include Appropriated Funds Cler Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, Battalion Chaplain Assistant 1/6 Calvary Camp Eagle, Korea, Chapel NCOIC and Non Appropriated Funds Clerk Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn, New York, Chapel NCOIC Argonne Hills Chapel Fort Meade Maryland, Chapel NCOIC Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Brigade Chaplain Assistant NCOIC, 10th Combat Aviation Brigade Fort Drum New York, and is currently assigned as Battalion Chaplain Assistant 63D OD Battalion (EOD) Fort Drum New York. She has deployed in support of OEF VII and OIF VII.

Her Awards include ARCOM 1SOLC, AAM 3OLC, National defense Service Medal Bronze device, Korea Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal CS, Iraq Campaign Medal CS Military outstanding Volunteer Service Medal and the NATO Medal.

Tune into on November 6, 2012 at 1 pm eastern to listen to SSG Barbara Anne Kilgore share her experiences The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

The interview will be available in the archives at

Paranormal Thriller Never Can Say Good-bye

 " Instant Karma is going to get you."
                                       John Lennon

Have you ever met someone and suddenly  felt love or hate? Yet for the life of you couldn't remember meeting  them before. Did you wonder why? Would you want to  remember? Would you want to know? What if the knowledge would save  your life? Never Can Say Good-bye is a paranormal thriller  feature film with the  logline love and hate survives death

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Thursday, November 01, 2012

Interview With International Financial Adviser, Lecturer, and Author Dan Eckelman

Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting international financial adviser, lecturer, and author Dan Eckelman on November 2, 2012 at 1 pm eastern as he talks how individuals can take back their financial power.

Dan Eckelman graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in Criminal Law. He dove into the real estate market to educate himself further and to begin his investment journey. He received his real estate license right out of college and brokered real estate for a few years before getting heavily into the investment side of real estate. He has invested in many forms of real estate such as foreclosures, short sales, rental properties, raw land and international property.

He was introduced to the tax lien industry 20 years ago and realized a potential investment opportunity with high returns. A way to have your money work for you. He realized that developing short term strategies of tax line investing to build immediate income and long term strategies to build financial security and retirement, was his calling.
Dan’s conducted thousands of seminars speaking to over a million people in the last 17 years on real estate, business and investment strategies, asset protection and estate planning. He has created very successful students who have gone on to build enormous wealth and created financial freedom for themselves and their families.
Eckelman's websites

He’s trained thousands of brokers for the American Cash Flow Institute™ and The International Factoring Institute, of which he is President. He has trained thousands of people for the American Grant Institute and for the Trump Institute and Trump University. Dan is knowledgeable in all forms of real estate investing, tax lien investing, and business factoring such as: recourse and nonrecourse, commercial and consumer, accounts receivable purchasing and accounts receivable financing, lines of credit, letters of credit, and purchase order financing and factoring for all industries.

Tune into on November 2, 2012 at 1 pm eastern to learn how to take back your financial power. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

The interview will be available in the archives at