When we think of the women’s rights movement, some of the first things that come to mind are Susan B Anthony, suffragettes, and protesters. Gloria Steinem, Ms magazine, and bra burning. While these were key components of the fight for equal rights and opportunities, there were many more women carrying the battle flag in their own way. Frustration was high and emotions ran hot. Hot enough for a Fever.
Written by Julian T. Buxton III, owner of Tour Charleston, Ghosts of Charleston examines many of the supposed ghosts of Charleston, South Carolina, explaining both tales of hauntings and the history behind each. Straight Talk Entertainment has the honor to produce the audio book version of this publication. Recording began this week, with noted actor Rodney Lee Rogers providing the narration. Give a listen to this clip from the first session.
Thanks to the success of It’s About Time and MOD Love, I get messages from fans all the time wanting to talk about podcasting. I also hear from fans who want to subscribe, but aren’t quite sure how to do so. If you’re one of those folks, this little video tutorial on How to Subscribe to a Podcast is for you. Read more
With the holiday season upon us, Jodi and I decided to put together a quick holiday video to thank our fans for all of their support and to wish them the happiest of holiday seasons. We did manage to have some fun making it. With video being so easy to create and share, do you find yourself putting together a video Christmas card to share with family and friends? Read more
This is the Nason Medical Center commercial in which I had to pretend to be a concerned husband. Oh, if only we had the audio recordings from that session.