Dr. Kevin L. Schewe - TALK! with AUDREY

Dr. Kevin L. Schewe: Author of BAD LOVE TIGERS

Dr. Kevin L. Schewe, a board-certified cancer specialist who has been in the private practice of radiation oncology for over 33 years, is an entrepreneur, and author of Bad Love Tigers a sequel to this first novel Bad Love Strikes. He chronicles the adventures of 1970’s teenagers time-traveling through a dark time in history, with the adventurous hope of youth, laced with the unforgettable music of the 1960s and 1970s.

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Robert T. Kiyosaki – Author of the International Bestseller Rich Dad Poor Dad

According to Robert Kiyosaki, best known as the author of the international best seller RICH DAD POOR DAD, “The world has changed and continues to change, yet many of our leaders continue to implement the same Industrial Age solutions to solve Information Age problems.”

Robert Kiyosaki joins me to talk about his newest book, its called . . . SECOND CHANCE — FOR YOUR MONEY, YOUR LIFE and OUR WORLD.

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Heather Kopp – Author, Sober Mercies – How Love Caught Up With A Christian Drunk

As a Christian editor by day, Heather Kopp helped well-known pastors and authors hone theology and polish salvation messages – by night, she drank herself to the point of passing out.

Heather Kopp shares her journey of faith, addiction and recovery and reveals that faith and addiction are not mutually exclusive in her memoir Sober Mercies – How Love Caught Up With A Christian Drunk.

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James Wallman – He Offers the “Big Think” Approach to Decluttering and Inspires a New Way of Living

This week on TALK! with AUDREY: Are you gearing up for spring cleaning? Do you have too much stuff? In 1991, the average American bought 34 items of clothing and now we’re buying 64 items every year – that’s something new every five days or so! Trend forecaster, journalist and the author of STUFFOCATION . . .Why We’ve Had Enough of Stuff and Need Experience More Than Ever, James Wallman is my guest. He offers the “big think” approach to decluttering and inspires a new way of living: having less and living more and the potential to transform our lives.