Join me with guest Larada Horner-Miller talking about how writing gave her her voice back and a place to be authentic. In 2013 when her mom died and she retired from teaching, Larada decided to self-publish one of the books she had written 30 years prior, a collection of poetry and prose about growing up in a country town in southeastern Colorado during the fifties and sixties. That one was received so well she decided the published the second one, which was historical fiction. In October 2017, she started a project of a lifetime. Her newest book, Just Another Square Dance Caller, began with weekly interviews with Marshall Flippo, the most famous square dance caller in the world. She transcribed over forty hours of interviews to create the book, which has over 450 pictures. Larada believes that you can become authentic at any age.
Larada's website: http://laradasbooks.com/