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Welcome to Inspirational Journeys, stories that matter ! Listen as authors, creative artists, and entrepreneurs share the story behind their creative process and their work. Come along as I share writing tips and encouragement, give reviews of books I absolutely love, occasionally read one of my original poems, and share inspirational nuggets from my own writing journey, led by the Holy Spirit. Grab a cup of whatever beverage suits your fancy, sit back, relax and enjoy the show. email me at ...
 
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Stories That Matter

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Caitlin of Storyspeak Enterprises talks with people in all walks of life who have chosen to think and live counter culturally in an upbeat, no holds barred style interview. From health and wellness, addiction, and entrepreneurship to faith, spirituality, and personal development, this podcast spurs laughs, knowledge, and conversations that matter. No edits. No political correctness. No restraints. Only truth. Learn more at www.storyspeak.net Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thestorysp ...
 
GIANT is a weekly podcast bringing you football stories that matter, told by the people who were there. It’s as much about people as it is penalties, life as it is legends, and emotion as it is extra-time. This is an audio documentary series that takes you deep into the stories you might know, you think you know, or you definitely should know. 'Imagine This American Life, if all the stories somehow related to football.' - The Guardian. Season One of GIANT is a multi-award winning Spotify Ori ...
 
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This week, My special guest and I talk about writing briefly, but I pick her brain about editing, which is one of the things I’m finding that I love to do. Grab a cup of coffee, sit back and come hang out with us as we talk all things editing and a little about writing.Kelly Martin lives in a possibly haunted house in a small southern town. While s…
 
This week, my special guest and I sat down and had a lovely conversation about one of my favorite things to talk about, writing. Sit back, relax, tune into our conversation and laugh along with us as we discuss his rules of writing and how he helps other people write their books.With over 30 plus years of writing experience, Mike Ulmer has written …
 
This week, my special guest gives a quick overview of the three essential questions to ask yourself, to help you make sense of the Bible. Sit back, relax, and tune in as we talk about his new book and his podcast.Chad M. Mansbridge is a pastor, author, conference speaker and one of Australia's most dynamic Bible teachers—known for his ability to co…
 
This week, I had the pleasure of speaking with a husband and wife team who cowrote the story of John and Clara Schmitt. Unfortunately I was unable to download the audible sample for Called, so I’ve put it in the podcast description and the show notes on my website.Marlena Fiol and Ed O'Connor are spiritual seekers whose writing explores the depths …
 
This week I had the pleasure of speaking to a composer of soothing instrumental music, of whom I have become a fan. Sit back, relax, and eavesdrop on or conversation as my special guest shares the story of how “Rachel’s song” touches the lives of so many people, including me.Dave Combs is a songwriter, entrepreneur, successful business executive, a…
 
This week, my special guest shares the story of how she started her publishing company, Leaders Press. She also talks about how Leaders press helps Entrepreneurs turn their book ideas into USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestsellers.Alinka Rutkowska is the CEO of Leaders Press (www.leaderspress.com), a USA Today and Wall Street Journal best-selli…
 
Happy third Birthday to Inspirational Journeys: Stories that Matter! Today, I bring you a special episode to celebrate three years of podcasting and sharing some of my podcast episodes on YouTube. List in as I reflect on the past three years, meeting new authors, creative artists and entrepreneurs, and sharing some of my solo episodes. Let’s all ce…
 
This week, my special guest talks about her new book and how she helps others find healing of body, mind, and spirit and putting their trust in the Lord through the ministry she founded after retiring from her work as a healthcare professional.Dr. Chacko, author of Amazon best seller Pilgrimage: A Doctor’s Healing Journey, is a wife, mother, and gr…
 
This week, I have a special treat for you. Stick around to the end of the episode to hear an excerpt from my special guest’s debut novel, read by the author herself.Deirdre Sinnott is an author, researcher, and activist for social change. She grew up in Utica, New York, and graduated from Syracuse University. Sinnott speaks nationally about the rol…
 
In this special bonus episode, I give you some tips and encouragement for setting your Camp NaNoWriMo goals and announcing your April Camp NaNoWriMo project, to celebrate the first camp session of National Novel Writing Month for 2022.If you’re looking for high quality editing services at reasonable prices, send queries to theplotstitch@gmail.comVi…
 
This week on Inspirational Journeys, my special guest and I had a fabulous conversation about producing audio/video books for visually impaired and hearing impaired children. We talked about the importance of sharing audio described picture books in audio format to sighted children, so they could enjoy the book alongside their visually impaired pee…
 
Gina Clark is an artist and certified Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coach who believes everyone -- even the most logical people -- can be creative with just a few small tweaks. She is the founder of Gina Clark Creative, an online community that provides creative resources and coaching for people looking to ignite their creativity. Gina especially loves to…
 
In this week’s episode, my special guest shares the story of how he came to Christ and how he was inspired to write his book entitled Broken and Redeemed.John Jarman is a professional fitness coach and men’s discipleship leader with a passion for seeing lives changed by Jesus Christ. A former football coach and Marine Corps veteran of Desert Storm,…
 
This weeks episode is one I’ve waited for quite awhile to present to you. My special guest is a fellow blind podcaster, author and he helps his clients make guest appearances on other podcasts. Sit back, relax, watch and listen as Max shares his journey from carnival kid to blogger, author, and podcast host.Maxwell Ivey grew up in a family of carni…
 
This week’s special guest has a lot of stories to tell about the people who have influenced his life and he shares some valuable tips for becoming a successful entrepreneur and a successful writer. If you’re listening to the podcast, stick around to the end to hear a special bonus segment. If you’re watching the video on YouTube, click on the bonus…
 
This week’s special guest had a lot of helpful tips and pointers to share about maintaining a Christ Centered marriage.Scott LaPierre is a senior pastor, author, and conference speaker. He holds an MA in Biblical Studies from Liberty University. Scott and his wife, Katie, have been married for more than fifteen years. A former schoolteacher and Arm…
 
My special guest shares her passion for teaching children with learning disabilities how to read. Sit back, relax, and enjoy our lively conversation about reading in its many forms.Lois Letchford’s dyslexia came to light at the age of 39, when she faced teaching her seven-year-old non-reading son, Nicholas. Examining her reading failure caused her …
 
This week, my special guest describes how she honored her mother and kept her legacy alive by completing her novel and getting it published. I’ve included Emily’s bio and that of her mother, because they wrote the book together in a way.Marilyn was born in Southern California but spent her formative years in the San Francisco Bay Area with her pare…
 
If you remember the episode I did a few months ago with Heidi Grey McGill, she talked about her writing process. This week, we’re celebrating the launch of her new novella entitled Dial E for endearment.Whether Historical or Contemporary, you will find Heidi’s works to be true Christian Fiction, full of God’s redeeming love.Everything Heidi writes …
 
This week, my special guest and I discuss her writing process, how she got started writing and podcasting and she gives a few tips to help you as you walk your path to becoming a published author and a podcaster.Porscha Anne Aubrey is a teenage indie author that resides in Canada. Her dream is to be able to make a living from her writing as well as…
 
This week, my special guest explains what he means by “speaking naked.: Some of the principals we discuss , also apply to fiction writing. We go off on a couple of tangents about accessibility and the hero’s journey, but these little side discussions tie into our main topic of conversation.Sean Tyler Foley is an accomplished film and stage performe…
 
This week, my special guest and I talk about her first book, her vision loss, and her writing process among other things. Grab your favorite beverage and listen in as we talk about the things God has in store for our lives.Jenny lives in Lynnwood, WA and currently attends Seattle Bible College, where she is studying for a degree in ministry.Jenny’s…
 
This Week, My special guest shares the story of how he lost his vision and how he learned to live with his vision loss. We throw a short conversation about Skydiving into the mix.Dennis lives in Central Pennsylvania with his wife and maltipoo Ollie. He has three grown children and two beautiful grand daughters.Dennis’s featured book is entitled:As …
 
This week, my special guest and I share our common love of poetry. Read Garry’s bio in his own words.As an educator, poet and runner I am a lifer. I have the blessed opportunity to create new works and compete in my sport (Track & Field) in my upcoming 80thtrip around our Sun.I believe writing is precursor to thought, not the other way around. Poet…
 
Reformed physicist, financial planner, startup founder and autodidactic polymath best described as a Swiss Army Knife, Joe Templin has invested the past two and a half plus decades to helping others reach their financial potential as a planner, trainer, mentor and creator. He has served as a member of NAIFA (the National Association of Insurance an…
 
This week, Miriam Cobb discusses how Empty Frames Initiative helps young adults transition out of the foster care system into thriving adults.Miriam Cobb is founder and director of Empty Frames Initiative, a non-profit dedicated to empowering orphaned and vulnerable youth as they transition outof state care.Empty Frames Initiative is inspired and d…
 
This week, my special guest shares the history and the practice of centering prayer.Rich Lewis is an author, speaker and coach who focuses on centering prayer as a means of inner transformation. He teaches centering prayer in both his local and virtual community and offers one-on-one coaching. He publishes a weekly meditation, book reviews, and int…
 
This week, my special guest shares her journey to becoming a ghostwriter. She gives tips for authors and aspiring ghostwriters alike.Emily Crookston is a former philosophy professor and now the founder of The Pocket PhD, where she helps busy professionals and mavericks who have a lot of ideas, but are short on time…essentially, write books.Emily dr…
 
This week, my special guest shares her story of having to fight to get her youngest daughter out of the hands of the Department of Social Services, and how she supports other parents going through similar nightmarish situations.After a 30-year career in business development, Susan lives with her husband and four small dogs on an acre outside a smal…
 
During this third week of #NaNoWriMo, Critically acclaimed teenaged author Sarah Humpherys shares her writing process, talks about the #YoungWritersProgram and shares her publishing success story.Sarah Humpherys lives in Lehi, Utah and is a die-hard fantasy nerd that can't stop talking about dragons and anime. She is trying to get through high scho…
 
This week, in honor of National Novel Writing Month, my friend, fellow Writing Warrior for Jesus and returning guest and I talk about her book of writing prompts.Rachael Clarke is a former police officer turned stay-at-home mom living with her family in Portage la Prairie, MB. Besides chasing children and stealing the remote from her sport-aholic h…
 
Michelle Grenevitch is the youngest daughter of Betsy Grenevitch, who is blind. Michelle has always loved helping with her state blind organization at conventions. Through her mom’s blindness and advocacy, Michelle has been able to join and help many ADA advisory boards. She has helped those companies see the areas that need more accessibility for …
 
Meghann Whistler writes sweet Christian romance novels that won’tmake your grandmother blush.Her debut novel, Falling for the Innkeeper, was a #1 bestseller in the Clean & Wholesome Romance category on Amazon.ca. It was also named one of “Six Sensational 2020 Debut Series Romances” by the American Library Association’s Booklist Reader, and is curre…
 
In this week’s episode, my special guest is celebrating the launch of her brand new novel in the Ladies of Garfield series entitled, Holly! Please Join us as we chat about writing, and she shares a few teasers about the new book.Author Sharon Srock went from science fiction to Christian fiction at slightly less than warp speed. Thirty years ago, sh…
 
I had an inspiring and inciteful conversation with this week’s special guest. Sit back, relax and enjoy our conversation.Stephen Murray is a Las Vegas author with roots in England and Southern Africa. Stephen is the author of four self-published novels covering multiple genres. He is a partner in a computer software development and support company,…
 
#Preptober is here and it’s time to do some #NaNoPrep for #NaNoWriMo. In this weeks episode, I give you some examples of how you can play the “what if” game to banish #WritersBlock and get those #Creative juices flowing. #AmWritingIf you’re interested in participating in NaNoWriMo this year, you can sign up at:https://nanowrimo.orgThe Spirit of Cre…
 
This week, my dear sister in Christ and fellow WWJ returns to talk about her collection of adorable, Christ-centered bedtime stories for children of all ages.Alison Hendrix is a stay at home mom who loves nature and serves the Lord. She enjoys hanging out with her family, illustrating, reading, and kayaking, and she tries to find magic in every sin…
 
This week, Luke Seibert returns to talk about his memoire entitled Never Saw it Coming.When he was nineteen, Luke Seibert thought he had his whole life planned out. He was a Christian and a carpenter, and everything seemed to be falling into place. That all changed in an instant. When a car wreck leaves him permanently blind, he has a choice to mak…
 
In this weeks episode, I give you a tip to use when you get stuck in your writing.To Watch the replay of the WWJ writing conference visit:Linktr.ee/wwjsTo subscribe to my newsletter and receive a free short story, and for a chance to win an audiobook code for The Spirit of Creativity: Inspirational Poems for the Creative at Heart, please visit:http…
 
In this week’s episode, I share the story of how Satan tried to steal my writer’s voice and how the Holy Spirit used a book and the connection between crochet and writing to unblock my creativity. I also challenge creatives to start a morning pages journal for stream of conscious writing to open the creative flood gates.If you missed the WWJ Fall 2…
 
Today’s special guest calls herself the True Airhead. Tune in to this week’s audio/video episode to learn why.Here’s Tammy Revard introducing herself in her own words:My name is Tammy Revard and I am probably the only true airhead you will ever meet! I had a brain injury caused by lack of oxygen from a serve asthma attack due to an allergic reactio…
 
In this week’s episode, Amelia Griggs returns to talk about her series for new writers, which teaches you how to write, publish, and sell your books.Amelia Griggs is the author of over 12 books in 3 different genres including non-fictional technology, children's books, coloring and activity books, and a new series to help other authors learn more a…
 
Marcia Jackie Polson, though challenge with blindness at an early age and other physical limitations press to achieve success. She is an author, Chaplin, Conference-Speaker and planner, prayer intercessor and a certify Life Coach. She has a passion for prayer and is the founder of Fervent Prayer MinistriesShe has authored two books entitled; ”Your …
 
Jodi Artzberger introduces herself in her own words.I'm a Christ follower who lives in beautiful Colorado with my wonderful husband, two awesome boys, and rescue pups. I write inspirational Christian romantic suspense stories that are Gospel centered and intertwined with God's love and plan of redemption. Without the Gospel, we're powerless! I have…
 
The Holy Spirit orchestrated today’s audio/video podcast episode. Join me as I discuss how God blesses us with the gift of storytelling to minister to the world, with my special guest, Heidi Gray McGill.Heidi writes Christian Fiction. Her stories are engaging, uplifting, clean, and full of adventure. Reviewers have commented that her books are “pag…
 
Today I’m so excited to be speaking with one of my all-time favorite Christian romance authors! Please join me as I have a conversation about the writing process, character development and research with special guest Robin Le Hatcher.Robin Lee Hatcher is the author of 85 novels and novellas with over six million copies of her books in print. Her we…
 
In this weeks episode, I talk about the importance of research for your writing, no matter what genre you write in. To register for the WWJ writing conference visit:Linktr.ee/wwjsTo subscribe to my newsletter and receive a free short story, and for a chance to win an audiobook code for The Spirit of Creativity: Inspirational Poems for the Creative …
 
In today’s episode, I talk about three different things. First, I tell you about July camp NaNoWriMo and give you my progress update. Second, I tell you about my proofreading and editing with the Chicago manual of style course and where I am in the process. And finally, I tell you about my plans to rebrand myself and build my business as a writer a…
 
Lillian and her husband Dave are the team behind Brummet Media Group, high-fiving cheerfully as they pass each other on the way from checking off one item or other from their long to-do list. Their business includes Dave’s music studio and percussion accessory products and graphic design work as well as numerous award-winning non-fiction books and …
 
In this weeks episode, I talk to you about revising your first draft versus the more finite editing process of cutting unnecessary words, spelling and grammar check, and more.To register for the WWJ writing conference visit:Linktr.ee/wwjsTo subscribe to my newsletter and receive a free short story, and for a chance to win an audiobook code for The …
 
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