Friday, February 4, 2011

Writers’ Podcasts for February Focus on Autobiography Writing.

Learn what you need to know from Writers in the Sky guests.

Nashville, TN, February, 2011— during the month of February Writers in the Sky audiences will enjoy interviews with two autobiography writers. February’s guests open their hearts and their lives to share the wisdom of their experiences in life, in writing, and publishing.

Anjuelle Floyd will be joining Yvonne Perry on Writers in the Sky Podcast February 4, 2011. Anjuelle Floyd is the author of Keeper of Secrets, Translations of an Incident, a collection of interconnected short stories, and a novel, The House, published in October 2010. Anjuelle will be discussing her latest book, The House.  While the book focuses on the lives of an African-American family, it brings a common message to every reader regardless of background—we all have emotional stuff to deal with, and until we deal with it, healing cannot occur. How we deal with our baggage sometimes defies logic. Read more about Anjuelle on her Web site:

On February 18, 2011, Vonnie Faroqui will interview author J.C. Knudson about his book, Living the Difference. Knudson is using his autobiographical book as a vehicle to educate society on homosexuality. He is a firm believer that an educated society is a more accepting and understanding society and out of that understanding will eventually follow equality for all. Living the Difference is an enlightening story revealed for people of all ages straight or gay. With all the news coverage recently on gay rights, teen suicides, and the upcoming elections, this book is worth reading, no matter which side of the issues you find yourself.

On February 25, 2011, Writers in the Sky Podcast guest, author Carol Piner will share her autobiography, Evidence of Insanity. This hilarious new book is a jaw dropping, full-speed-ahead romp through the life of a girl in the south. Carol "dances shamelessly" through a maelstrom of events that would . . . bring a man down, but she bounces back and keeps on going. This is an amazingly candid story that will have you laughing and crying at the same time. Carol Piner is a storyteller in the grand-old-southern tradition. Join host Vonnie Faroqui for a visit with the author and discover what it means to be a “tale spinner,” southern style.

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