Masha Hamilton joins us to talk about her fourth and latest novel, 31 Hours, recently declared an Indie Choice pick by independent booksellers. Publisher’s Weekly called the book gorgeous and complex. More information about it can be found at MashaHamilton.com.
Karen Hering is also in the studio to talk about an upcoming literary tour of Nicaragua which she will be leading. The registration deadline for is November 24th. The tour has been scheduled to coincide with the International Poetry Festival in the Nicaraguan city of Granada, so participants will also take in part of that remarkable gathering.
Tonight was our annual All Jamaican special in memory of my late father-in-law Robert. And what a list of great reggae artists and groups: Desmond Dekker, Jimmy Cliff, Bob Marley & The Wailers, Lee Perry, Cornell Campbell, Burning Spear, Marcia Griffiths, Derrick Morgan, Toots & The Maytals, Alton Ellis, The Congos, The Abyssinians, Bim Sherman, and many more…
Kinshasha talked with Dr. David Simon, Co-founder of the Chopra Center about his new book, “Free to Love, Free to Heal”.
If you are struggling with an emotional or physical health challenge, Free to Love, Free to Heal offers a unique, proven path to authentic healing. In this book, renowned mind-body physician and Chopra Center co-founder, David Simon, M.D., guides you in the five-step process that has helped thousands release their emotional pain, find freedom from the past, and reclaim happiness.