CONTACT TALK RADIO: Tara Sutphen will Interview Richard Christian Matheson – Author, Screen Writer & Producer

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Tara Sutphen will Interview Richard Christian Matheson – Author, Screen Writer & Producer
Time: January 9, 2015 from 9am to 10am
Phone: 877-230-3062
Event Type: transformation with tara
Organized By: Tara Sutphen – HOST

Tara Sutphen will interview Richard Christian Matheson – Author, Screen Writer & Producer. He has written for Richard Donner, Ivan Reitman, Joel Silver, Steven Spielberg, Bryan Singer, Roger Corman – That is to only name a few. Richard Christian is considered a cutting-edge voice in surreal, psychological horror fiction. Stephen King compares him to Ray Bradbury and terms his work “Remarkable” and ” Ray Bradbury calls Richard Christian’s work “first class and stunning”. ROLLING STONE calls Matheson “…one of a handful of resourceful, fear-minded authors helping to create a new sensibility in horror fiction that is as frightening and merciless as the modern world itself.” Matheson is considered an expert on the occult and worked with the UCLA Parapsychology Labs, investigating haunted houses and paranormal phenomenon. He was deeply involved in the much publicized case upon which the film “The Entity” was based. Call in Your Questions – 877-230-3062

Thinking Magically™ | How I Discovered Instant Fearlessness (and What You Can Learn From It)


There are two basic motivating forces: fear and love.
When we are afraid, we pull back from life.
When we are in love, we open to all that life has to offer with passion, excitement, and acceptance.
We need to learn to love ourselves first, in all our glory and our imperfections.
If we cannot love ourselves, we cannot fully open to our ability to love others or our potential to create.
Evolution and all hopes for a better world rest in
the fearlessness and open-hearted vision of people who embrace life.
– John Lennon

As we start this new year, we all automatically do two things — we bring with us the favor of our dreams and the baggage of our fears from last year. And here’s the interesting thing: you can’t have one of those without the other. For in your dreams, your fears are born and carried…

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A Year to Look Forward to

Putting the Love In

This Christmas has been wonderful, I hope you all enjoyed your festive season as well. I’ve taken a little break from the blog – largely because I couldn’t actually get to the computer! It’s this time of the year that storage really becomes an issue with me and when I finally take down all the decorations (today) I feel ready to freshen things up, to create some space and to PUT EVERYTHING AWAY!

feather wreath

Over the last few weeks of crazy spending (on other people) I’ve been thinking about what were my favourite homewares purchases of 2014. I had a holiday in the South of France over the summer and came home with two oversized cushions for my bed. They were designed to cover my pillows and to make the bed more glamorous. Job done, but what I didn’t realise was how comfy they’d be to lean against and now almost…

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