Podcasts by DiannAbroad, international solo nomad, author, travel blogger, and photographer include writing tips, travel tips, and her views of life, from savvy and thoughtful to quirky and humorous.
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Travel Bug, Marketa and Milly
Diann Schindler, DiannAbroad, takes us back to her 3rd grade geography class in Hamilton, Ohio, when her first thought of travelling outside the United States burst forth, infiltrating her head and her heart. She was nine years old. But, it wasn't until decades later that she truly acted on that notion, with full conviction, and came to understand that travelling is all about the people...meeting people from all walks of life and lands. Making connections is the true essence of broadening horizons, tolerance, understanding, and love.
Diann tells us about two women she met: Marketa in Prague and Milly in Fez, Morocco. They helped her understand women are women, are women, all over the world, often with the same painful experiences.
BLOG: Prague, the City of 100 Bridges with a 1,100 year history.
Get your copy of "Claim Denied" HERE.
Intro music is "The Amelia Island Sun" by Rafael Javadov.
Interlude is "Flight"
Check out my websites: DiannAbroad.com and DiannSchindlerAuthor.com
Write to Diann at Diann@DiannAbroad.com
Frustrations and Joys: My Portugal
This is my first podcast of 2022! Why? You'll just have to listen. Meanwhile, here is the supporting information.
Here I am in Cascais, PT... my 40 minutes trek once a week from my apartment in Monte Estoril.
Below, pics of the Men's International Tennis Tournament. The Estoril Open. That's Gasquet serving. Great day!
Dinner on the ocean with Cidalia and Nelia in Cascais.
Below is a photo of my last book, "Claim Denied" published last year. To get your copy, click HERE. I talk about the challenges of writing the sequel, "The Secrets of Selby" (working title) in this podcast.
Thank you so much for listening
Diann Schindler Diann@DiannAbroad.com.
Intro and Outgo music by Musician and Composer, Rafael Javadov
Other music "Smile" by Gabriel from Cons8
Meditation, Madeira/Monte Estoril and My Need to Nest
From her new home in Portugal and her last podcast for 2021, Diann Schindler focuses on mind improving meditation; moving from Madeira Island to Monte Estoril; and after 6 years as a solo nomad, her need to find a permanent home - where she can return after traveling.
Deepak Chopra's 21 Days of Abundance meditation podcasts.
Me on the northeast coast of Madeira Island.
Monte Estoril, the Monte Carlo of Portugal - my new community, near Lisbon, on the Iberian Peninsula.
My books: "Claim Denied" "Just A Girl," and "The Essential Guide to a Life of Travel."
My Amazon author page.
Music is provided by my friend and incredible artist, Rafael Javadov: "The Amelia Island Sun, and "Journey"
Thank you for listening!
Diann Schindler, Facebook Author Page
Diann Schindler Author Website
Madeira, Machico, Moby Dick and more!
Diann reports on her first 2 weeks as a resident of Portugal. Starting with Madeira Island, she discusses the village of Machico and how it got its name in 1419, the filming of the 1956 "Moby Dick" movie off the shores of northeastern Madeira Island, and the challenging adjustments to living in a new culture.
Machico Church - listen to those bells!
Whalers of Madeira. Museu da Baleia
Streets surfaces on Madeira that Diann discussed:
My first apartment in Canico.
"Claim Denied" on Amazon
Please comment, rate this podcast, and share with your friends. You can contact me at Diann@DiannAbroad.com Be sure to subscribe!
Check out my websites, as well:
DiannSchindlerAuthor.com and DiannAbroad.com
The introduction and conclusion music is by Rafael Javadov, "The Amelia Island Sun."
Interlude music is "Tiny People" by Alexei De Bronhe.
Thank you for listening!
"Wives Who Kill" - A true crime story by Dr. Phyllis K. Walters
Dr. Phyllis Kuehnl Walters, aka Dr. K Walters, s is a retired clinical/forensic psychologist from Ohio. She was in private practice for over forty years and taught psychology classes at Sinclair Community College and The University of Dayton. She is married and enjoys being a wife, mother, Yaya, great grandmother, and friend to many! She and her husband have been on 7 mission trips and are actively involved at Fairway Christian Church in The Villages, Florida.
Dr. Kuehnl Walters is now “re-fired” as a published author of Christian inspirational books as well as her soon to be launched crime/romance novel. She served as Academic Dean of Casa Hope, International where she taught men who have mostly served time for alcohol and drug offenses.
Dr. Kuehnl-Walters also enjoys playing golf, games, bookstores, beaches, sunsets, gospel and 60’s music. She belongs to Florida Writers Association, Word Weavers International, Inc. and previously served as treasurer of the Writers League of The Villages.
“Wives Who Kill” - Sophie and Hannah: Two women with different backgrounds, different circumstances, and different mindsets. Yet, both are wanted for murder. What made them do it? Court-appointed forensic psychologist Dr. Rosie Klein untangles the web of circumstances surrounding each violent crime . . . and much more!
At the recommendation of the judges and attorneys who appoint her to the cases, Dr. Klein first evaluates Sophie's case, then Hannah's state of mind at the time the women committed their separate crimes. Her search for mitigating factors, and her recommendations, will assist the Court during the sentencing phase of each woman's trial. Or should their charges of murder be commuted . . .based on what Dr. Rosie finds?
You be the judge after you read the reasons behind Wives Who Kill.
Click HERE for the FIRST podcast with Dr. Kuehnl Walters on March 5, 2020.
“The Christmas Slayings”
“Worry, Fret, and Fear... No More!: Covid-19 Edition”
“Become a Beacon of Light: Develop the Fruit of the Spirit and Reflect God's Love”
“Creating Balance & Purpose in Life: Finding Meaning in All Seasons & Stages of Life”
Click HERE for Dr. Phyllis Kuehnl Walters Amazon Author Page.
You, too, can be interviewed on "In the Know!" More information.
Music: “The Amelia Island Sun” by Rafael Javadov
Thank you for listening. Diann@DiannAbroad.com DiannAbroad.com
Bollinger's 7th Medical Thriller: "The Healing Tree"
Darryl Bollinger and his wife, June, live in western North Carolina. He has a master’s degree in health care administration from Trinity University and spent twenty-eight years working in the health care industry.
He has always loved reading. As a child growing up in middle-class surroundings, books offered an escape and a chance to experience the world in ways he never thought possible.
A successful businessman and entrepreneur, he finally decided to pursue his first love of writing. Darryl’s wish is that his readers will be transported and entertained in the same way that he still is today.
He is on the board of the Florida Authors and Publishers Association, a member of the Florida Writers Association, and former president of the Tallahassee Writers Association.
His new novel, "The Healing Tree", and the topic of this podcast, opens in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and is his second novel set in the area.
Read MORE about all of his novels. Also, email Darryl at email@example.com for questions and/or comments. And be among the first to have a copy of “The Healing Tree” before it is available for the general public by letting Darryl know you’d like to order an advanced copy.
You can purchase Darryl’s books on Amazon. Here’s his author page. Click HERE to purchase "The Healing Tree."
And you can purchase at the Blue Ridge Books, 428 Hazelwood Ave., Waynesville, NC 28786. (828) 456-6000
Darryl mentioned “Trails of Tears” by John Ehle. You can find it HERE.
"The Healing Tree" Virtual Book Launch. Please help Darryl choose a date and time for his Virtual Book Launch which will take place on Zoom in late March, either March 23, 24, or 25. Time? Either 2:00, 4:00 or 6:30. He wants to hear from you! Click HERE to access the form. Fill it out and send it to Darryl@DarrylBollinger.com. Thank you so much!
Intro and Outgo music is Rafael Javadov’s “The Amelia Island Sun”
Interlude music is “Dusk” by Dream Machine.
"Eagle Feather" Pan Flute by Kerri Lake
Comments: Diann@DiannAbroad.com www.DiannAbroad.com
Thank you for listening.
Inspiring and moving!
I had the immense pleasure of spending a few days with Diann a few years ago and experiencing her vitality, curiosity, warmth, and humor. I am thrilled to be able to listen to her and follow her on her continual path of discovery. What a huge pleasure, thank-you!!
I love listening to Diann! New fan..J.J. Clarke