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Until You Walk the Path, You Don't Know Where it Goes

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Until You Walk the Path, You Don’t Know Where it Goes will be hosting author and Army Veteran, Lee Kelly on November 14, 2010 at its new time 7 pm eastern. A native of New Orleans, Lee Kelley is an award-winning author and ghostwriter. He owns and operates Desert Sun Writing, offering professional and creative writing services to clients around the world. Lee is also a former Army Captain and an Iraq war vet. He now resides in southern Utah, raising his two wonderful children and working on his first novel. In his book, "Fire in the Night: Creative Essays from an Iraq War Vet”, won American Author's Association 2009 Golden Quill Award (military essay) and was the first runner up, Military Writer's Society of America (MWSA) 2009 Book of the Year Award (non-fiction). In addition, Kelly wrote he Authorized Biography of Brigadier General Richard (Dick) Fisher, which won honorable mention, MWSA Book of the Year Award (biography). His website is at www.desertsunwriting.com. Tune into http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on November 14 at 7:00 pm eastern to listen to Lee Kelly talk about his books, his life in and out of the military. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 324-3745. The interactive chat room is available on the show’s page. Until You Walk the Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is an interactive internet radio show, which takes a broader look at the topic of spirituality. Instead of focusing on the religious aspects of life, it delves into how our spirits inspire us to be our best and highest selves. The goal is to give a venue to those who wish to share their inspiration, their wisdom and their courage. By sharing our experiences, we not only give encouragement others to reach for their dreams, but to also help

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