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The Literary Showcase & Sue Hinkin and Wendy Williams

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Sue Hinkin and Wendy Williams are my guests on Saturday, June 23 at 9:00 a.m.  Sue Hinkin has an unusual story about a book for an eight year Happy Meal Chef.  Tune in to get the details. 

Wendy Williams is the author of The Globalisation of Love, a book about multicultural romance and marriage. Wendy has lived in six different countries and worked internationally for 18 years. She has had lots of multicultural relationships, however revealing the exact number would be unladylike, wouldn’t it? Wendy is Canadian, from the same small town in
Northern Ontario as Shania Twain she is proud to say, and has been married to an Austrian for thirteen years. She lives in Vienna, Austria with her husband and their daughter.

The book was published on November 13th, 2011, Wendy's 13th wedding anniversary. It is based on dozens of interviews with multicultural couples from around the world.  The book includes chapters on multicultural weddings, religion, race, food, language and children and much more. It is
both humorous and factual and Wendy includes personal anecdotes from her own experience in a multicultural family. The Globalisation of Love is a must read for anyone who is in a multicultural relationship or thinking about it!

Wendy Williams shares her name with many famous personalities. For clarity, this Wendy Williams is not a racy talk show host, she is not the scandalous lead singer of the 1980s band the Plasmatics, and she is not a transsexual
star of more than 50 movies. Nor is she the author of ‘The Best Bike Paths of New England’. This Wendy Williams is the author of The Globalisation of Love, a book about multicultural romance and marriage. 

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