*CHANGES* Episode 47, 1/20/16, with returning guest, John Howell, and host, Sally Ember, Ed.D


I am so pleased to be invited back to Sally Ember’s show *CHANGES* and I hope you will tune in.

Join us as *CHANGES* conversations between authors host, author Sally Ember, Ed.D., talks again with +John Howell, mystery/thriller author. Episode 47 is LIVE Wed., 1/20/16, 10 – 11 AM Eastern USA time. And, you can watch it anytime on Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/cfuijqdl8qs2s8ipv2lhr3fbrd0 or
YouTube https://goo.gl/M9GpBo

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About Sally Ember

Sally Ember, Ed.D. has been passionate about writing since she was nine years old. She’s won prizes for her poetry, stories, songs, and plays. She began meditation in her teens. Now, Sally delights fans of paranormal and romance by blurring the lines between fact and fiction in a multiverse of multiple timelines with a unique blend of utopian speculative fiction and Buddhism.

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Her sci-fi/ romance/ speculative fiction/ paranormal/ multiverse/ utopian books for New Adult/adult/YA audiences, “The Spanners Series,” are getting great reviews. The books are available in e-book or paperback editions Vol I, “This Changes Everything,” is now FREE everywhere since Vol II, “This Changes My Family and My Life Forever,” has been released April, 2014. Vol III, “This Is/Is Not the Way I Want Things to Change, released 12/8/15, and Vol IV in spring, 2016; Volumes V – X soon after that.

Born Jewish on the cusp of Leo and Virgo, Sally’s life has been infused with change. Currently, she meditates, writes, swims, reads and hosts her Google+ Hangout On Air (HOA) *CHANGES*, LIVE conversations with authors, almost every Wednesday, 10 – 11 AM EST USA, in Missouri.

Archived *CHANGES* shows: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPbfKicwk4dFdeVSAY1tfhtjaEY_clmfq
Learn more about and get yourself scheduled on as a guest: http://sallyember.com/changes-videocasts-by-sally-ember-ed-d/

Sally blogs regularly on wide-ranging topics and includes reviews, interviews, guest blog posts, and excerpts from her ebooks. Visit and comment, follow, “like,” and share! http://www.sallyember.com/blog

In her “other” professional life, Sally has worked as an educator and upper-level, nonprofit manager in colleges, universities and private nonprofits for over thirty-five years in New England (every state), New Mexico and the San Francisco Bay Area before returning to live in St. Louis, MO, in August, 2014. Sally has a BA in Elementary Education, a Master’s (M.Ed.) and a doctorate in education (Ed.D.).

If you would like to appear on her show go HERE for more information.



    1. Thanks for spreading the word Charles.

      1. You’re welcome. πŸ™‚

  1. This is really cool, John. Thanks for including the link to where the recorded version will be. Would love to cheer you on, live, but I’ll be at work. Cheers and hugs!

    1. I know you will and it is a good thing given the need for food and shelter.

  2. Reblogged this on .

    1. Another swell reblog. Thanks

  3. I’ll tun in later tomorrow when I get back from my shift at the bookstore. Woo hoo. πŸ˜€

      1. How do you suggest to your cat to leave you alone while you’re on your keyboard? Dickens has it in his head to climb me like a tree. He’s taken to sitting on my shoulder and I can’t type.
        I’ll TUNE in tomorrow. πŸ˜€

      2. I would find a toy that he likes and put it on you desk or by your side if your are writing in a strange place. He only wants you to pay attention to him.

      3. Sure, I know he wants attention. Anything, toy, pen, pencil, marker, paper clip on the table, he just pushes off to watch it hit the floor. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ Need three hands around this one.

      4. Yes that’s all he wants

  4. Watched YouTube version last night. The interview was like a cozy down home chat about this and that. I like the informality and easy back-and-forth between you and Sally. Lots of good insights.
    πŸ˜€ Learned a little more about you. Nice. πŸ˜€

    1. Thank you Tess. It was fun to do.

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