#RRBC #RRBCBringOnTheSpotlight w/host, Wendy Scott

BOTS with Wendy

Host: Wendy Scott

WendyScott

Twitter:  @WendyJayneScott

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Show:  BRING ON THE SPOTLIGHT!

Airs:  Thursdays after “SPOTLIGHT” Author blog tour  (Schedule of Air Dates)

Air time:  11 AM CT

Show length:  30 minute segment

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Next Air Date:

Thursday, June 14, 2018

ON AIR LIVE TODAY!

Guest:  Author, JAN SIKES

Jan Sikes

@Rijanjks

“HOME AT LAST”

Home at Last by Jan Sikes

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PLEASE SUPPORT THIS SEGMENT’S SHOW SPONSOR: 

“THE IMPROBABLE JOURNEYS OF BILLY BATTLES”  by Author, Ron Yates

The Improbable Journeys of Billy Battles by Ronald Yates

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83 responses

  1. Want to learn more about Go-Go dancing ? Then listen to Jan Sike’s archived June show – too funny!

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  2. June BOTS – Tune in 11am 14th June and learn about author Jan Sike’s phenomenal life.
    Many thanks to ur BOTS sponsor, Ron Yates, author of ‘The Improbable Journeys of Billy Battles’.

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  3. Maretha, so sorry you could not get into your Spotlight Show. I was looking forward to it but Beem and Ron did a good job covering for you.

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  4. Shirley Harris-Slaughter | Reply

    Well, I was going to listen to the replay of the show with Maretha only to find out that she couldn’t get into the studio. How disappointed she must be. Thank you Gwen and Beem for picking up the slack. I’m listening to the both of you right now.

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  5. Thanks to Jan Sikes and Beem Weeks for chatting LIVE on air today about the upcoming 2018 RRBC Conference. Both Maretha and I experienced technical difficulties. I enjoyed listening and I’m excited about the conference.

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  6. Hi RRBC,
    Please tune in 11am CT Thurs 17th May and listen to our May Spotlight Author – Maretha Botha. Maretha also illustrates her books. Hope to see you all in the Twitter #peanutgallery with your comments and questions.
    Cheers,
    Wendy

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    1. Shirley Harris-Slaughter | Reply

      Wendy, I won’t be able to be in the peanut gallery because I have a prior engagement. I will be listening to the replay,

      Congratulations Maretha!

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      1. Thanks Shirley – you’ll be missed.

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    2. I’m looking forward to the interview. All the best to you and Maretha.

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      1. Thank you Gwen, It seems I’m jinxed when it comes to blog talk radio shows. Last year on your show, however, I managed to get through for the last few minutes and then talked non-stop. Thanks for sposoring today’s show.

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      2. Thanks for your generous sponsorship Gwen.

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  7. I’m looking forward to learning more about author Flossie Benton-Rogers, and her book, ‘Mind Your Goddess’ – I hope you can all join me on Thursday 15th March at 11am CT.
    Thanks to our sponsor and super-reviewer, Joy Nwosu Lo-Bamijoko, and her book, ‘Pregnant Future’.

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    1. You are a gracious hostess, Wendy. Many thanks to you and to sponsor Joy Nwosu Lo-Bamijoko.

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      1. That’s so sweet of you to say so.

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  8. Shirley Harris-Slaughter | Reply

    Good show today. I was out at my dance class trying to listen in but my connection was acting up; so I raced home to get the last half of the show.

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    1. Thanks Shirley – Gracie was so entertaining!

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    2. Thank you, Shirley. You are awesome!

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  9. Lovely show today, Wendy and Gracie! I enjoyed listening to Gracie talk about her travels, frog collection and vast experience with children coping with horrible diseases. I Believe that if kids are drawn to you, it means that you were born to work with them. You obviously observed them well and got into their heads in order to write your book, June The Prune & Lady Bird. I used to collect roosters and pineapples. I have all sorts of things with pineapples printed, embroidered or etched on them. 😉

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    1. Thanks Vashti – it’s amazing what we learn about our fellow RRBC authors. I collect Egyptian ‘things’ and signed author books.

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      1. Yes! Isn’t it great? Ooh, Egyptian things sounds like fun. One of my sisters’ name is Cleopatra! Ha, ha!

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  10. Join BOTS on Twitter #RRBCBringOnTheSpotlight during the show and earn #RRBC reward points!

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    1. I’m so excited, Wendy! Thanks!

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  11. I’m super excited about chatting with Gracie Bradford about her children’s book, “June the Prune and Lady Bird – Cancer Stinks!: Kids and Pets Cracking the Power Code”. Feb BOTS live show is scheduled for 11am CT 16th Feb. Thanks to our show’s sponsor Michelle Abbott, author of Jem.”

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    1. Sorry, that’s the 15th Feb 11am CT (it’s the 16th for me as I’m in NZ!).

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  12. Shirley Harris-Slaughter | Reply

    I listened to the show and really enjoyed it. How your characters take on a life of their own and take over. I have heard so many writers say that and it’s fascinating.

    Congrats Vashti! Wendy, you did good.

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    1. Hello Shirley! Thank you for listening to the show and for your lovely comment. I’m happy you enjoyed the interview. The process always amazes me too! You start off with a certain plan for your character but then somewhere along the way you (the writer) lose complete control and the character takes the reins.✍️😊

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    2. Why, thank-you, Miss Shirley!

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      1. Shirley Harris-Slaughter | Reply

        Vashti, I write non-fiction and that is another kind of challenge. Even though you are writing your truth, you still have to engage your readers without embellishing the story. I got stuck as to how to move forward, went to bed obsessing over it, and during my sleep an idea emerged. I woke up and ran to the computer to jot it down because, being a dream, I was afraid I would lose it.

        Also you know when you write something, that if it hits just the right cord; if it is said in just the right way; that you can relax knowing you made a little bit of an achievement that day using the power of words .

        That is awesome.

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  13. I had been anxiously anticipating this show. I was practicing aloud in front of the mirror and everything. Then everything that could go wrong went wrong this morning. I woke up with a fever, scratchy throat and headache, there was something wrong with my phone and I couldn’t call out, and as if that wasn’t enough, my next door neighbor was working on his fence, making a huge racket that prompted my dog to bark excessively! Thank God, everything got resolved within 30 minutes before the show, but by that time I was a nervous wreck. Talking to Wendy and Jan before the show helped ease my nerves. Wendy is a fantastic host! She did such a great job! I enjoyed the show very much. I hope no one minded my croaky voice and occasional coughing. Sorry about that. Thank you, ‘peanut gallery’ on Twitter for your wonderful questions and comments! Thanks for being the show’s sponsor, Nonnie! ❤ xx

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    1. Vashti, it was a pleasure chatting with you and I hope you are feeling better soon. Live shows are great because it’s a real life snapshot especially with the live twitter feed where the audience joins the show.

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      1. Hi Wendy! I am feeling much better now, thank you! I rarely get sick, which is why it was all the more upsetting. I fought it of quickly though. The fact that the show was live made it even more exciting. I enjoyed the show and all the great feedback. Thanks again for being such a wonderful host.❤️

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        1. Hi Vashti, I’m glad you’re feeling better. I’m looking forward to your On-The-Shelf interview with Nonnie. Hmmh Wonder Woman vs Lilith – there could be sparks!

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          1. Oops! I meant, I fought it *off quickly. Ah, ha, ha! That’s right! Wonder Woman vs. Lilith would be epic, so it’s a good thing she’s not invited. 😉

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  14. I’m excited about chatting with author Vashti Q-Vega – join us 11am CT 18th January. Join the #peanutgallery on Twitter with your questions & comments for Vashti.

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  15. I love the banner; Bring On The Spotlight too. Wendy’s name is sitting pretty on it!

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    1. Thanks Joy, I think it’s pretty cool, too. I love doing this show and chatting with other authors.

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  16. HI Wendy! I want to reach out and just say that I very much enjoyed our chat on #RRBCBringOnTheSpotlight – it was fun and you were a very gracious host! The questions from some of the #RRBC folks were quite interesting and insightful as well, especially those on Short Story construction and on the difference between a memoir and a biography. We’ve quite an eclectic crew! Best regards to all and thank you again – MikeL

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    1. Thanks Mike,
      It was a pleasure chatting with you.

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  17. Thanks to my guest Michael Lynes and all the twitter folk who chimed in during the interview. Remember you can always listen in later via the archived show.

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  18. Please join us 1pm CT Sunday 19th November. Michael Lynes blurs the lines between fantasy and fiction.

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  19. I really enjoyed this interview with Jennifer Hinsman and Wendy. Jennifer is a deserving Spotlight Author!

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    1. Yes, she is! I have great fun researching the spotlight authors for the show. I learn so many fun and interesting facts about their lives and stories.

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  20. Thanks to our October guest, spotlight author, Jennifer Hinsman, who shared insights into her life, her book ‘Angel of Death’, and her writing process.

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  21. Hello! Thank you Wendy and Jenny for the fabulous show today (Bring On The Spotlight)! I enjoyed learning more about our October “Spotlight Author”, Jennifer Hinsman and her book. It was great to hear her voice and of course, I love Wendy’s accent. ❤

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    1. Thanks Vashti- just as well were not on camera as I’m in my pj’s!

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  22. Shirley Harris-Slaughter | Reply

    Always something to talk about on #Bring,On the spotlight with Jennifer Hinsman and Wendy Scott. Today was no exception. Congratulations!

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    1. Thanks Shirley, always great to have your comments and questions coming through from Twitter.

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      1. Shirley Harris-Slaughter | Reply

        Thank you Wendy for keeping me engaged. I appreciate you.

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        1. Shirley – you’re a star 🙂

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  23. Fabulous interview, Wendy and Jennifer! I’m a huge fan of Rave Waves radio! It’s an amazing opportunity to hear fellow members share their story and passion for writing. Cheers to all! 🙂

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    1. Thanks Natalie, Jennifer certainly has plenty of passion for writing and RRBC.

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  24. Dear Readers & Listeners,
    Love romance thrillers that sizzle? Then please check out RRBC BOTS this Thursday 11am CT with our spotlight author Jennifer Hinsman. Can’t make it in the flesh? That’s ok, you can listen on demand later on.
    An amazon reviewer described Jennifer’s book, Angel of Death, as ‘A beautiful love story, with a touch of the dark side, and a lot of erotic sex.’ Hope to see you in the peanut gallery on Twitter (#RRBCBringOnTheSpotlight), where you can interect with the show and ask Jennifer your own questions.
    Cheers,
    Wendy

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  25. Thanks to today’s guest, poet, Natalie Ducey, for sharing with us about her life, and the inspiration for her poems.

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  26. Love poetry? You won’t want to miss my next guest, poet Natalie Ducey. Please tune in Thursday 14th September 11 am CT. You can also join in on Twitter using #RRBCBringOnTheSpotlight, with your comments and questions. BOTS airs live, but you can always listen to the archived shows on demand. You can also post your comments here, after the show, and share your thoughts about the show.
    Thanks,
    Wendy

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    1. Wendy, you brought an instant smile. I’m really looking forward to joining you on Thursday. I’m a huge fan of Rave Waves, and it’s an honour to be this week’s guest. Cheers! 🙂

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  27. Thanks, Carol Marrs Phipps, great advice on writing in today’s interview – if they have a story they should just tell it!

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  28. Thanks to Beem Weeks for stepping in as back-up host today – an insighful and fun interview with author Robert Fear.

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  29. Thanks to our July show’s sponsor, Jan Hawke, author of Milele Safari.

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  30. Hi,
    I’m delighted to be chatting with Robert Fear on Thur 13th July at 11am CT – hope you can tune in.
    Thanks,
    Wendy

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  31. Jan, thanks for hosting today it was lovely chatting with you. Funny being on the other end of the questions!

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  32. Please check out BOTS with author Laura Libricz, author of ‘The Master and the Maid’. Thanks Laura you were a fantastic guest.

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  33. Thanks to everyone who interacted on today’s show viaTwitter. Your comments, insights, and questions are a welcome feature – thanks!

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  34. Looking forward to chatting with Laura Libricz author of the historical novel “The Master and the Maid” at 11am CT 18th May . Hope you can join us.

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  35. Shirley Harris-Slaughter | Reply

    I got my tweet answered in today’s segment of #RRBCBringOnTheSpotlight as it was one of the first questions. Congrats Rhani D’Chae!!

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    1. Thanks Shirley – great to have you LIVE on twitter during the show and for asking Rhani about Shadow of the drill.

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  36. Please tune in on 16th March 11am CT for BOTS with Rhani D’Chae author of Shadow of the Drill.

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  37. Looking forward to hosting BRING ON THE SPOTLIGHT – my first guest is Suzanne Burke from Australia.

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  38. Excellent Spotlight interview! It’s always great to hear from authors.

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  39. Shirley Harris-Slaughter | Reply

    Very good topic on today’s show with Micki Peluso.

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  40. Bill, a fantastic and entertaining interview with Diane Munier. I enjoyed the entire thirty minutes! Diane is quite an interesting soul. Well done.

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  41. Well done Bill and Eileen. Super show – thanks for sharing your writing experiences. Inspiration for us all!

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  42. Thank you for your comments re my interview today. Bill is a great guy and helped me when I began to stumble. I have never been good at public speaking. Anyway I hope you all enjoyed the show. Cheers all.

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  43. Great stuff Bill & Eileen 😀 didn’t notice the accents too much though… 😛

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    1. Greetings! Not certain what the problem was with my posting today. Does one need to be on WP.com to comment. My author site is on WP.org . I’m also on FB, but wasn’t able to post there as well.

      Enjoyed the interview!

      Thanks!

      Susan Joyce

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  44. It was a good one! Thanks to host Bill and Eileen. Wishing you great success with your books.

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  45. Enjoy your time in the spotlight! Eileen Thorton!

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  46. Thanks Host, Bill Ward! Hope you enjoy your time in the spotlight today EILEEN THORNTON!

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  47. Bill and Joy, have a great show today! I’m so excited, as I love to listen to BOTH of you talk! (Accent-lover on board)

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  48. I didn’t know you’d already said that, John! (Break a leg). I’m not a copycat! LOL! Have a great show, Bill!

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  49. Break a leg Bill. See you in the peanut gallery.

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