People can listen to the archive of Stacy's interview on The Wealthy Speaker Show radio site at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/
"I want more people to discover the incredible writing abilities of Stacy Hawkins Adams. The fact that she started reading and writing when she was five years old and had goals and dreams of being an author at a very young age, empower others to do the same," states Mr. Vann.
A listener called into the show and asked Stacy if it's too late for her to become an author and whether she should pursue writing a book about the African-American experience in the 1930's and 1940's? Stacy informed the caller from New York, that its never too late to start writing a book and writing about historical experiences is a solid genre in which to write.
Stacy shared her mission to write books that inspire women to be more of who they were created to be and to lead them to God. To date Stacy has written eight novels, including her most recent, "Lead Me Home." In 2012, Stacy wrote the novel, Coming Home.
Mrs. Adams is also a speaker and is hired by corporations and civic rganizations to inspire audiences. She also provides marketing talks to help other speakers, authors and individuals to brand and promote themselves.
Stacy Hawkins Adams will be participating at meet and greets and conduct book signings on September 20, 3:00-4:30pm at the Author Pavilion at the Washington, DC Convention Center.
Discover more about Stacy Hawkins Adams at www.stacyhawkinsadams.com. Encourage your colleagues, friends and family to listen to the archive of Stacy's interview, they will be blessed by it.
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