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A Lesbian Mormon and a Nun in the Closet

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Meet two extraordinary authors - two very different genres - two inpiring women.

Kimberly Burnham is the author of Live Like Someone Left the Gate Open - a poetic narrative of her live as a lesbian Mormon.

This is an inspiring work about diversity, love, acceptance and courage.  It is a must read by people of all persuasions.  Kim's poetry in thought provoking, beautiful, and inspiring.

By exposing herself and her life -- putting herself behind the lens - she shows the oneness of all of us.  Her goal is to encourage love, peace and acceptance as people understand the similarities and respect the differences.

Joanna Michaels book, Nun in the Closet, is a gripping page turning - a suspenseful mystery about a series of murders, two of which are in a convent.  She writes with humor and lots of suspense.   This is a well written, twisty turny mystery - a must read.

This book is in the genre of Lesbian Fiction - but as we will show in this program - it shines light on the humanity, foibles, love and passion shared by all people.  It is a brave work and a thrilling mystery.

Joanna has just published a book for 9 to 13 year olds called Call Me Charly, about loss, abandonment and life -- a story about Charly who wants a puppy but knows her younger brother is allergic.  

Join us for this discussion on books, life, diversity, acceptance and oneness and meet these two incredible authors.