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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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Janet K. Baxter lives in Kings Mountain, North Carolina and is a member of the Charlotte Writer’s Club and Scribblers, a memoir critique group. Her stories, “Horse Whispering for the Average Woman,” “Southern Blues,” “A Frank Lesson,” and “Cappie, The Boomerang Horse” appeared in Exploring, That Southern Thing, Luck and Opportunity, and Trouble, fo…
 
Suzanne Cottrell, a member of Creative Voices, Taste Life Twice Writers, and NC Writers’ Network, lives with her husband in Granville County, NC. An outdoor enthusiast and retired teacher, she enjoys reading, writing, knitting, hiking, and Pilates. Her prose has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including the Personal Story Publishing …
 
Janet Lynne Douglass is a Family Nurse Practitioner in South Carolina. She received her undergraduate and Master of Nursing degrees from the University of South Carolina. She received her Doctor of Nursing Practice from The George Washington University in Washington D.C. Janet has published works in academic journals including "A Nurse’s Personal S…
 
–I danced out of the store. A gift-giving lesson crosses generations. Linda Freudenberger lives in Lexington, Kentucky, with her Westie, Clancy, a certified therapy dog. She began writing in 2017 after the loss of her husband, enrolling in the Author Academy at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning. Her stories “The Call,” “In the Holler,” …
 
Doug Croft lives in Charlotte North Carolina. For his own enjoyment, he journals poetically and occasionally writes essays. His poetry has twice appeared in the Rio Grande Valley International Poetry Festival Boundless Anthology, Waco WordFest Cultural Arts Festival, along with three magazines: Synkroniciti, Auroras & Blossoms, Culture Cult. He has…
 
Maria Cloninger lives in Shelby, North Carolina. After years of crafting legal briefs for federal court as a disability specialist, Maria decided to pursue writing for pleasure. She enjoys participating in local writer groups and workshops. She also attends book signings to meet and talk with authors. She enjoys the challenge of writing short essay…
 
– all metal body, power nothing Driverhood comes in late life by way of the “battle taxi.” Kenneth Chamlee is the 2022 Gilbert-Chappell Distinguished Poet for the western region of the North Carolina Poetry Society. His poems have appeared in The North Carolina Literary Review, Worcester Review, Ekphrasis, and many others, including seven editions …
 
– boldly go Touch this plant. Shout. Experience the rhythms of the jungle. Wendy A. Miller lives in Portland, Oregon. She is a member of Taste Life Twice Writers. Her stories have appeared in the Personal Story Publishing Project anthologies: Luck and Opportunity, and Trouble, and featured in their 6-Minute Stories podcast. Other work has been in S…
 
J.P. McGillicuddy lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. A former magazine editor, he has authored numerous published articles spanning sports, health care and government. He also created and wrote “The Mecklenburgers,” an award-winning local television program. His poetry received a 2019 award from Charlotte Writers Club and was exhibited in Mooresvi…
 
Patricia E. Watts lives in Mountville, South Carolina where the love of local and family history has given her a passion to write stories to pass down to her children. She has found through stories of tragedies, tears, and triumphs and even mysteries that she has a rich heritage worth telling. Four stories have appeared in previous PSPP anthologies…
 
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