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Sunday, January 18, 2015

Do Paranormal TV Shows Help or Hurt the Viewers



















Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes hosting international renowned psychic medium and Paranormal Investigator, Christina Nelson at 1 pm eastern on January 19, 2015 as we talk about how the plethora of paranormal TV shows has both helped and hurt viewers.








 



Christina is part of a lineage of psychic mediums At an early age, Christina began to realize that there was something different about the way she saw the world. As Christina grew older, she began to seek out teachers in the field of psychic mediumship to help her hone her skills as a Spiritual Life Coach, and learn to listen to spirit. Today, Christina works closely with her spirit guide. It is her psychic abilities that set her apart from other paranormal investigators. Christina is currently working on a project showing the marriage of both her talents: Psychic Medium and Paranormal Investigator. 



 

 

When investigating paranormal activity, Christina grabs her crossbow and jumps on her motorcycle and heads off to battle. She prefers to travel to her investigations on a motorcycle as it allows her to ground and balance and prepare for the task at hand. Christina is considered one of the most esteemed and expert researchers in her field when it comes to a diversity of Spirits, from Shadow People to Poltergeist.



Nelson's Websites:
www.blogtalkradio.com/intuitiveconnections
www.blogtakradio.com/curious-times


Tune into http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on January 19, 2015 at 1 pm eastern to listen as we chat about the challenges of being a medium and paranormal investigator. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.



The interview will be available after the show in the archives at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze/2015/01/19/until-you-walk-the-path-you-wont-know-where-it-goes







Love can be a blessing or the curse that destroys an entire town.
Have you ever met someone and suddenly felt love or hate? Did you wonder why? What if you had forgotten the reason? Would you want to remember if it could save you life?
Never Can Say Good-bye is a paranormal thriller-horror that combines a traditional ghost story with unique twists.






Friday, January 16, 2015

Who is Theresa Chaze?

In the early 1990's, I walked away from the entertainment industry. I was burnt out and disillusioned. Instead, I focused on my fiction and my spirituality. Although it those years were very healing and fulfilling, there was still something missing.

In 2003, I was able to translate my television and writing experience into producing digital videos. At first I just promoted my work. However, my reputation for producing quality quickly spread. Other authors, PR firms, and publishers were reaching out to me to market their books.

I reached a major bend in that road in 2008. The writing on Days of Our Lives went from bad to worse. Me being me I couldn't just sit by and quietly watch the hack writing destroy one of my favorite shows. Instead, I wrote alternative storylines and posted them on the NBC Days of Our Lives board. I was just trying to be snarky and prove that there are much better writers out there. Most of the responses were positive. Nearly all wanted to read more. So I continued telling the story. As simplistic as it may seem, it was a very important turning point in my life. (You can read the Days of our Lives script by going here and  clicking the Adobe symbol. The PDF file still isn't up to industry standards. But it is just to tell the story. It is not a job presentation. If you are looking to hire me, please contact me directly. I have much better work available.)

Each "episode" only cost be a couple of two-three hours. It was mostly for fun. Originally, I never did consider it to be anything more, which is why I didn't bother making the scripts an industry standard presentation. However, many people wanted me to apple for the head writer gig. Eventually, I did clean up a presentation and apply. Luckily, I wasn't hired.

I say luckily, because if I had been, I wouldn't have rewritten Never Can Say Good-bye or created the other projects that have followed. Nor would I have started producing again. I am so very grateful to the Days of Our Lives fans, who encouraged me, but I'm even more thankful to Ken Corday for turning me down.

The past seven years have been scary and frustrating, but they have also been the most amazing years of my life. I have been challenged by my own fears and the many con artists, who tried to capitalize on my work. I was forced to find the true meaning of me. It wasn't always easy. There were many tears shed. Many times I screamed in anger, fear, and frustration. Many times I just wanted to give up. Like I said it wasn't easy, but it was worth it.

Recently, I realized that what I lost wasn't my love of the industry, but my belief in myself. I allowed others to change how I saw me and my talent. I had always been a doer. I set my goals. Then I achieved them. When people told me that it was impossible. I'd laugh and then just did it. Mostly I did it so well, that they naysayers looked stupid. This reminder was brought home recently after a snow storm. I had to go out. It never occurred to me that I wouldn't be able to get out. I just drove out of my driveway through the foot and half of snow. On the way back home, a glimmer of doubt about getting back in wafted through my mind. It was casually brushed aside and I pulled easily into my driveway.

We do what we believe we can. If we think we can't then we won't. It's that simple.

I have come back to the industry much stronger and wiser than before. I am a writer, producer, and editor that the entertainment world both desires and fears at the same time. I am a creative with a keen business sense. As a writer, I create original work. As a producer, I pull together the people and resources needed to produce a quality project. My business sense keeps the budget low enough to make a profit, while still being able to keep the production values high. I have a common sense no nonsense attitude that doesn't waste time, energy, or money. I have the courage to be innovative and challenge the status quo, which is why the current insiders both need and fear people like me.




Love can be a blessing or the curse that destroys an entire town.
Have you ever met someone and suddenly felt love or hate? Did you wonder why? What if you had forgotten the reason? Would you want to remember if it could save you life? 

Never Can Say Good-bye is a paranormal thriller-horror that combines a traditional ghost story with unique twists.







 




Thursday, January 8, 2015

Will she take the revenge that she was denied in the past?





Sara Jane's soul was locked away until the sacrifice of another frees her to incarnate. She created a new life free of the old ties until the manipulations of another brought her back to the place where she was trapped and betrayed by the man she loved.    Will she find the way to forgive them all or will she take the revenge that she was denied in the past?

Never Can Say Good-bye is a paranormal thriller, which is much like Ghost, The Others, and the original TV series Dark Shadows. We already have cast and crew attached, including Sally Kirkland, Conrad Goode, Kimberly Estrada, Bill Hayes, and Sharon Smyth Lentz as well as the amazing A-listers of the future: Lillian Lamour, John Thomassen, Niki Cipriano, and Sean Harmon.













I have been communicating with a distributor. Although she can't give us a commitment at this time, she is very interested in our progress and has repeatedly asked to be kept up to date.


Though the weekly notifications that Slated sends out I know that that last week we had 30 investors worth $96 million USD tracking Never Can Say Good-bye. Horses and Heroes has $31 million USD tracking it. I suspect they are waiting for first money in or a distribution deal. This is the reason we are willing to give an extra percentage point for the first money.

Although we can't guarantee anything financially, I can say will confidence that we will make our investors proud as well as it is very likely a good profit,  To learn more about the who and what of Never Can Say Good-bye as well as watch our videos and listen to our music, please visit our website http://cproduction5.wix.com/cosmos-productions-#!page2/cjg9













Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Interview with James Storm


 
 
Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is actor and Photographic Bard James Storm at 1 pm eastern on January 8, 2015 as he talks about his work both in front of and behind the cameras.



With five decades of experience in film and television, Storm is best know for his roles in One Life to Live, Dark Shadows, Sunset Beach, and the Bold and the Beautiful. He is also popular guest star such prime time series as: Kung Fu, Rockford Files, St. Elsewhere, and Heroes. His current projects include the thrillers Demon Lake, and Benjamin Troubles.





As a photographer, Storms finds the essence of his subjects through the lens of his camera. More than just photographer, he is able to see and share the stories behind the images.





 







In October of 2014, he combines his passion for photography and his love of travel int the Wanderlust Project. He journeyed by bus from Los Angeles to Billings Montana to document the lives that he meets along the way. In 2015, his work will be see at the Lost Gallery Photography Studio in Hollywood. The photographs and the stories behind will be released in a book.

Storm's Websites:

Tune into http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on January 8, 2015 at 1 pm eastern to listen to James Storm talk about his career as an actor and photographer. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.



The interview will be available after the show in the archives at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze/2015/01/08/until-you-walk-the-path-you-wont-know-where-it































Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Wounded Warrior Project labeled a Scam

"Wounded Warriors Project called legal scam as scandalous news spreads"

 Follow the link to read the article. http://www.gunssavelife.com/?p=10373

The title of this blog post on the surface sounds like a scandal in the making, until you read the article and research the organization behind it. It is in fact very defamatory and bias.

Taken directly from their website:

"Guns Save Life is a regional civil rights organization that works
to educate the public about the benefits of firearm ownership.

The group had its origins as a county grassroots committee of the
Illinois State Rifle Association in about 1995, initially meeting
in Rantoul, and later holding its monthly meetings in the Jolly
Roger restaurant in Urbana, IL.

GSL was later incorporated as its own non-profit corporation and
today represent gun owners in Illinois, Indiana and beyond in
proactive grassroots activism promoting and defending firearm
rights and the civil right of self-defense."

However, the only Civil Right they defend is their version of the Second Amendment.
From the article, it seems the GSL took offense when the Wounded Warrior Project didn't immediately support their organization. They are all about guns and the Bible. You know the type, "Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition."

The Wound Warrior Project refused to allow the GSL to use their logo or to have their brand connected with them, so they threw verbal rocks at the salaries the WWP's officers and their fund raising events.
Just reading headlines can be very dangerous practice. It's easy to be mislead. But if you take the time to read and research with the first question being, "Who benefits?" you learn the truth about the who, what, where, and more importantly the why.







 
Horses and Heroes combines the concepts a talk show with that of a documentary, by combining the spontaneity of a talk show with the scripted informational aspects of a documentary. It will utilize both interviews and practical demonstrations of horse therapy to give the audience a full understanding of how and why working with the horses help veterans heal. Although Equine Therapy will be the stage, the primary focus will be on the eight veterans as they sharing what they experienced while they served our country and how those events had a lasting effect on their lives as well as on those who love them.















Sunday, November 30, 2014

Offering Veteran and Military Demographics for Corporate Sponsorship



We are looking for 12 corporate sponsors or one sponsor, who would like the same kind of PR Mutual of Omaha received from Wild Kingdom, for our documentary series Horses and Heroes It is a combination of talk show and documentary that will tell the uncensored stories of veterans, while they go thought Equine Therapy.

Demographics will included: military personnel, veterans, and their families as well as medical professionals and civilians, who are facing the same physical and emotional challenges. It will attract the 18-35 age demographic of both genders and all ethnic backgrounds, but including veterans from all conflicts will also attract those over 35 years of age in both domestic and the foreign markets.



To learn more about our series please visit our website by clicking here.




Friday, November 21, 2014

Interview with David Selby



 



Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with actor, director, and writer, David Selby November 24, 2014 at 12 pm eastern as he talks about his new projects and shares his Dark Shadows memories.





Actor David Selby, highly regarded for his villainous work on both daytime and nighttime soap classics, was born in Morgantown, West Virginia. He attended West Virginia University and graduated with both B.S. and M.A. degrees from West Virginia University, then earned a Ph.D. from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale.






Following many years on the stock stage (from 1961), David finally attracted infamous attention when he signed on as Quentin Collins, a werewolf, on the gothic daytime drama "Dark Shadows" in 1968. He inherited heartthrob status briefly with the role and even recorded two songs during the show's run, "Quentin's Theme" and "I Wanna Dance With You." After the series' demise, he made his movie debut with Night of Dark Shadows (1971), the second film based on the cult series.




He broached top film stardom in the early 1970s after co-starring with Barbra Streisand in Up the Sandbox (1972) and Ron Leibman in The Super Cops (1974), and continued his high-profiled pace with New York theatre productions of "The Heiress" (1976), with Jane Alexander and Richard Kiley, and "Eccentricities of a Nightingale" (1976) with Betsy Palmer, but things didn't quite pan out.





In the 1980s, however, steady TV work helped put an extra shot of adrenalin back into David's career, notably as the cunning Richard Channing on the nighttime soap "Falcon Crest," a role he played from 1982 until 1990. David has graced most of the popular series over the years including "The Waltons," "Police Woman," "Kojak," "Family," "Touched by an Angel," and "Ally McBeal." He has also appeared sporadically in white-collar film support with roles in Dying Young (1991), White Squall (1996) and Surviving Christmas (2004) to his credit. David continues to perform on stage as well.






He portrayed Abraham Lincoln in his own play "Lincoln and James" in 1997 and 1998, and penned the play "Final Assault" which premiered in 2003.
He is a staple player in radio drama with the L.A. Theatre Works these days. David and longtime wife Chip have three children.


Selby's websites:
http://www.davidselby.com/
https://www.facebook.com/davidselbydotcom
http://www.davidselby.com/blog/author/xaviertrout/
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0782978/?ref_=nv_sr_1

Tune into http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on November 24, 2014 at 12 pm eastern to listen to David Selby share his plans for the future. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to ask questions. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.



The interview will be available in the archives at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze/2014/11/24/until-you-walk-the-path-you-wont-know-where-it
















Love can be a blessing or the curse that destroys an entire town.

Have you ever met someone and suddenly felt love or hate? Did you wonder why? What if you had forgotten the reason? Would you want to remember if it could save you life? 

Never Can Say Good-bye is a paranormal thriller-horror that combines a traditional ghost story with unique twists.