Thank you for checking into High Sierra Sounds for your entertainment. A little about me. I started my DJ career at the early age of 7. My dad was a DJ for WNYC in New York City and often I would go to work with him. He would let me que the records for him during his show and many times I would start and stop the music. I was hooked. I started my professional DJ career at Johns Green gables night club in Phoenix Arizona at the age of 17.
LINDA K STROH is a Loyola University Faculty Scholar at the Graduate School of Business, Loyola University Chicago. Linda received her PhD in Human Development from Northwestern University; a post-doc in Organizational Behavior from Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management, a BA from McGill University and an MA from Concordia University.
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One of the answers to that question is that we want an escape from the ordinary reality of our existence. For even a small portion of our time we want to live a fantasy, an adventure, a quest or a torid romance.
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Her passion for books drives her to find and write stories that take readers on a journey to another place and leave them with an unforgettable impression. She is a developmental editor for publishers and authors, an instructor in Creative Writing at the Northwest Institute of Literary Arts, and a webinar presenter for Writers’ Digest.
The road that led me to write my first novel was full of twists and turns, hills and valleys, and many crossroads. More than once I took a wrong turn to a dead end, had to retrace my steps and try again. We all travel our own roads, some good, some bad, yet the roads we choose determine our destination.