December 17, 2009
Airtime: 10am CST, 9am MST
There is a New Age evolving, and it's maturing into a much more sophisticated version than the crystal-crazed 80's we once knew. With the onset of terrorism, economic collapse and environmental disaster, it's time for the return of the New Age.
As thirty percent of Americans now call themselves "spiritual but not religious," a New Age is the way to unite and achieve a better world agenda.
Teena Booth, a journalist,novelist and screenwriter (The Natalee Holloway Story) will discuss why New Age is making a comeback as described in her most recent book "Unfinished Evolution: How a New Age Revival Can Change Your Life and Save the World"
Who Is Teena Booth
Teena Booth is a mother of three and writer of novels (Falling From Fire), TV movies (A Little Thing Called Murder, Fab Five, Sex & Lies in Sin City, Natalee Holloway, The Wronged Man).
She was born and raised in Los Angeles, the oldest child of news reporter and actress, the very beautiful Carol McEvoy (The Towering Inferno).
Now a resident of Phoenix, Arizon, she sold her first novel, Falling From Fire, to Random House in 2002. That same year, her screenplay Showstopper -- a script she wrote to come to terms with the suicide of her very beautiful mother -- won a Chesterfield Screenwriting Fellowship. She spent a year commuting back and forth to L.A., learning the art of screenwriting. Not long afterward, she got her first assignment from Lifetime Television to adapt a true-crime book into a script, and a TV movie writing career was launched.
To Learn More Visit Her Website at New Age Pride
See also Teena's New Age Journey
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