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Upcoming Radio Interviews for Author of New Pro-Life Book

My book, We Chose Life: Why You Should Too will be officially available this Valentine’s Day.  However, I am shipping orders now.  You can also find it on Amazon.com, but I don’t think they ship until the 14th.  In the lead up to the book’s release I am pleased to report that I have some radio interviews lined up.  You can listen to two of them live if you so desire.

The first will be with Paul Clayton at KFUO.  It will broadcast live, Monday Feb. 9th at 9:05 a.m. CST.  Link:  http://www.kfuoam.org/

The second will be this Wednesday with http://www.ambassadornewspaper.com/

This is a taped interview.  I’ll provide a link to the broadcast when I have it.

The third is 10:00-10:30 a.m. CST on Feb. 20th, at WGRC out of Pennsylvania.  Link: http://www.wgrc.com/


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  1. Bart is a fiction and non-fiction Christian author having written 6 books. Two of his books are published by Destiny Image and four are published by Xulon Press. Their titles are Dreams in the Spirit Volume One, “Following your Dreams toward your God given Destiny.” Volume Two, “Seeing Your World through Heaven’s Eyes.” “A Kiss for the King” and “The Branson Family Chronicles” Trilogy. Bart has been gifted with the ability to interpret dreams and he does this weekly on his radio program he hosts in the Midwest called, “Visions, Dreams, and End-time Themes.” Bart works for Joyce Meyer Ministries after joining her team on a missions outreach in 2006 that visited sites that were devastated by the Tsunami. He was involved in helping rebuild a village in India and was able to visit the very place he helped support, as the families moved back into their freshly rebuilt homes. He has now been to India three times. Bart is happily married to his wife Sue who is a harpist and together they minister at meetings, nursing homes, weddings, etc. and together they have three children. Bart is looking to find more ways to promote his books outside of the Midwest. His books can be found through Walmart, Amazon, Barnes and Nobles, Family Christian bookstores, or can be found wherever books are sold.

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