Sunday, July 22, 2012

Linda Goodman's new programs

I have added three new programs to my repertoire. They are:

For Children's and Family Audiences:
Mo and Oz: The Stories of L. Frank Baum
fantastical stories from the acclaimed author of  the Oz books, including The Wizard of Oz, and The Magical Monarch of Mo.

For grown-ups:
Women: Wondrous, Wacky, and Wise (great for Women's History Month in March or for Mother's Day). Stories included in this program are:

Tale of Two Teachers - A student learns from a beloved teacher that books can play an important role in a child's life.

Santa and Me - A grandmother's attempt to answer the question: Is there a Santa Claus?
The Bus Ride - An ordinary bus ride becomes a lesson in courage, kindness, and motherly love.

Men: The Good, the Bad, and the Lovely (great Father's Day show). Stories included in this program are:

The Punishment - A story about a young girl who learns a valuable lesson about parental love.
Bad Boss - A single mother and her unreasonable boss must come to terms about the rigors of the workplace.
Second Daddy (also titled No Elvis) - Can a man really love a child who is not of his own blood? This story answers that question twice.

Also, you can now order my CD Bobby Pins and my book Daughters of the Appalachians directly through my website, in addition to being able to purchase them through CD Baby and My re-release of my CD Jessie and Other Stories: A Linda Goodman Sampler (originally released in December 1992) should be ready by the end of September, just in time to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its creation.

I hope that you are all having a happy summer.

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