HANNARICH ASIEDU, an author originally from Ghana, and now living in Dallas, Texas, joined us to discuss her latest release, "Decoding the In-Law Code".
FROM HER WEBSITE:
"I have a bachelor’s in English and French from the University of Ghana and have been in management positions handling corporate relations for almost a decade. I do not consider myself to be perfect or to have achieved the highest level in life. However, I have won some victories on this journey of life. My heart breaks when I see people enduring challenges that I have already overcome. It is out of this place of brokenness and passion for helping others overcome those challenges that I write my books, blogs, speaking engagements, coaching, and others.
Raised by a single mother, I understand how challenging life can get. I donate a percentage of my earnings to fund non-profits in Ghana as part of my corporate responsibility."
HALEY McGEE, an actress, author, podcast host, voiceover artist, teacher, and MORE, joined us to discuss her amazing career, as well as her latest release, "The Ex-Boyfriend Yard Sale" and her podcast, "The Cost of Love".
FROM HER WEBSITE:
"I’ve been described as “defiantly distinctive” (The Scotsman), “a fearless, raw talent” (CBC Radio), and “one to watch” (A Younger Theatre).
If you’re a smarty-pants, sensitive soul or love idiot like me, I think we’re going to get along.
My first book ‘The Ex-Boyfriend Yard Sale’ is available in the UK as of 27th May. It’s a memoir about how I attempted to pay off my credit card debt by selling gifts from my exes, and ended up being schooled in the true value of heartbreak. Funny, brainy, sexy and very candid (AHH).
My podcast, The Cost of Love, is where I talk to the best experts I can find, to try to answer the question, “Is the cost of love worth it?"
ALAN HESSE, a conservation biologist, author, and illustrator now living in Ecuador, joined us to discuss the climate, the environment, and all of his books, including his "Captain Polo" series.
FROM HIS WEBSITE:
"When you learn while having fun, you never forget what you learn.A parent or teacher knows that there's nothing like pictures to grab a child's attention. That's why I create educational graphic novels and cartoons. The idea is to provide learning resources that are informative AND engaging.
My work is all about Nature and environment. Kids naturally gravitate to these subjects and are increasingly exposed to troubling news about very serious issues, such as climate change. It's important to talk to them about these things clearly and positively, in a way that offers solutions and inspiration for the future."
Fresh from the success of his book, "A Principal's Family Principles" (available for purchase at www.amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, and www.outskirtspress.com), "Dr. Paul's Family Talk" focuses on the family, kids, parenting, schools, jokes, music, sports, issues of the day, and all issues that impact the family.