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"6 minute Business Breakfast" helps you kick off your entrepreneurial day before you even get out of bed. Replace your alarm clock with 6 minutes of business inspiration, ideas, news and tips. There's short, advice packed, "snack-sized interviews" with entrepreneurs, business news you can use and inspirational thoughts of the day, which our guests have used to overcome their own hurdles. It's 6 minutes to get your day started. Brought to you by a former British national radio news editor and ...
 
A minute til 6 is the podcast for the culture. Hear never heard before stories by past and present, athletes and entertainers. Be involved with ratings comments for chances to be heard on episodes. This is the podcast for you share and subscribe to enjoy the ride. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aminutetil6/support
 
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Valerie Macon calls Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina, home. Her poetry has appeared in Kakalak, Whispers, Vision & Voice, Red Clay Review, Visions International, Clockhouse Review, Poetry in Plain Sight, as well as numerous anthologies. She has authored the following books of poetry: Shelf Life, Sleeping Rough, A String of Black Pearls, The Shape of T…
 
Suzanne Cottrell, a member of Taste Life Twice Writers, Creative Voices, and NC Writers’ Network, lives with her husband in Granville County, North Carolina. An outdoor enthusiast and retired teacher, she enjoys reading, writing, knitting, hiking, Pilates, and yoga. Her prose has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including five Persona…
 
Howard Pearre served in the US Army from 1966 to 1969. He is retired after a career as a counselor and manager with North Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation and the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. He received an honorable mention for a short story “September, 1957” at the 2020 International Human Rights Arts Festival, and his stories have appeared…
 
Wendy A. Miller is a member of Taste Life Twice Writers. Her work has appeared in three previous Personal Story Publishing Project anthologies and on “6-Minute Stories” podcasts. Star 82 Review, Tiny Seed Journal, Grown and Flown, and more have published her essays and poetry. When she isn’t writing, she is on the fairways or meandering among Dougl…
 
Bob Amason is a retired US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel who was a college professor for 25 years. A member of the Florida Writer’s Association, Bob writes under his pen name, Frank A. Mason. Bob is author of The Journeyman Chronicles, a series of novels about the adventures of a young master gunsmith caught up in the American Revolution. Bob Amason…
 
Following his career teaching mathematics in Iowa, Jim Riggs settled near a beach in the mild climate of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. He spends much of his time writing short stories and finishing his manuscript, “Fannie,” creative biographical non-fiction about the life of his grandmother. His first novel, Freedom Run, drew rave reviews fro…
 
Karen Luke Jackson, of Flat Rock, North Carolina, has authored two poetry collections, The View Ever Changing and GRIT, and her stories have appeared in journals and magazines, including Reckon Review, Nobody’s Home, moonShine review, Emrys Journal, and Town Magazine. Karen also co-edited The Story Mandala: Finding Wholeness in a Divided World. A m…
 
A native of Asheville, North Carolina, now living in Old Fort, Marci Spencer grew up on land that her great-grandfather refused to sell to George Vanderbilt for the Biltmore Estate. She worked as a nurse practitioner in the fields of cardiology, family medicine, and overseas medical missionary service. After hiking hundreds of miles, volunteering f…
 
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