MANA's Podcast Recognizes Women Authors for National Women's History Month Part 2

In recognition of National Women's History Month, (MANA) presents a podcast series of a variety of prose by women authors, including writers who have self-published with MANA.

Enjoy the podcast hosted by DR C, which features the works below:

Excerpts from Alone on Stage: An American Actress in 1930s France and America by Susan Hussey Bush. The author shines the spotlight on Suzanne C. Steele, an actress who mesmerized Parisians and Broadway-goers with her one-woman performance of Molière's School of Wives. To become famous one must take risks. Suzanne Steele took those risks ad left a legacy for aspiring female thespians. Go here to preview Alone on Stage: An American Actress in 1930s France and America on MANA's website. 

I am a Poet" by Elesia Powell, author of Sweet Ache: Poetry of the Soul, and winner of MANA's 2014 Passion for Poetry Poet Contest. To learn more about Elesia Powell, go HERE to read a "Question & Answer" post with Elesia Powell on our blog, and HERE to listen to a podcast of a lecture Ms. Powell gave at Mott Community College. Click on the title, Sweet Ache: Poetry of the Soul, to preview the book on MANA's webpage. 

An excerpt from God's Gift to Me I Share With You, Part One by Doris Zarzycki, a wife, mother, and grandmother whose 150 inspirational works cover every facet of life. Go HERE to the post to read more about the author. Click on the title, God's Gift to Me I Share With You, Part One, to preview the book on MANA's webpage.

An excerpt from Let's Fix It, A Few
Comments About Life from a Grandmother by Martha Freudigman. This is a no-nonsense book that gives suggestions addressing the major and minor irritants of American society. Go HERE to preview the book MANA's webpage.

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