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Janis F. Kearney, Presidential Diarist Shares Insight on Her New Book: Something to Write Home About

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best selling author,publisher,author The Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) begins Thursday, September 24th, The CBC Foundation Author Pavilion starts at the same time. We're hosting "Author's Week" to provide awareness of the amazing authors who will be conducting book signings next week. Thursday, September 17, the incomparable Janis F. Kearney discusses her amazing book, "Something to Write Home About: Memories from a Presidential Diarist." The 14th of 19 children born into a sharecropping family in the delta region of southeastern Arkansas, Janis F. Kearney and her siblings were taught by their parents to dream and to work toward fulfilling their dreams. Kearney published the historic Arkansas State Press for a number of years before joining President Bill Clinton's administration as his personal diarist. In 2004 she published Cotton Field of Dreams, a memoir of her childhood and her journey to the Oval Office. Join Janis and I as we discuss her new book, listen live and or call in with questions at (646) 595-4797 and or on the web chat http://www.blogtalkradio.com/paullawrencevann