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Writers’ Sanctuary Presents Authors Mary Cox Garner, Luisa Adams, Teresa LeYung Ryan, and International Plot Consultant Martha Alderson Hosted by Kim McMillon Tuesday, March 16, 2010, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM, PST http://www.blogtalkradio.com/onword/page/3 Writers’ Sanctuary is sponsored by the Moe Green Poetry Hour On Tuesday, March 16th , in celebration of Women’s History Month, Writers’ Sanctuary presents visionary author Mary Cox Garner; award-winning author Luisa Adams; author, and writing coach Teresa LeYung Ryan; and international plot consultant Martha Alderson. This program is aimed at people that have a love of words, a book in their head, and are seeking methods of putting their ideas on paper, and developing a story with the potential to become a published novel. Mary Garner will be interviewed at 11:30 AM, PST, Luisa Adams at 12 noon; Teresa LeYung Ryan at 12:30 PM; and Martha Alderson at 1:00 PM. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Mary Garner, the author of The Hidden Souls of Words, shows how true knowledge of the meanings of words helps us to communicate effectively. The Hidden Souls of Words explores the hidden and forgotten layers of meaning behind the words we use, revealing in each of them a core of Divine wisdom – a word’s ‘soul’. A deeper understanding of these words – their profound, powerful spiritual natures – will reveal fundamental truths that connect all of us. Implementing the information contained in this book will empower your communication while opening your heart, enlightening your mind, and healing and transforming your spirit. "This is a beautiful book...May we use it to unlock all kinds of power for the good of life." -- Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Chair-Truth & Reconciliation Commission, South Africa

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