Thank you, all, who tuned in last Friday for my first adventure into live television! The staff, producers, hosts, make-up artists, and so many more at CBN were such a joy to spend the morning with. The team behind the show is outstanding and truly has a passion to see great stories reach many. What a gift and honor it was to be a guest. Thank you!
If you didn’t catch the show, here are the two interviews:
It is 1968. Margaret is working in the White House during the tumultuous Vietnam War while the country is still grieving the loss of President Kennedy. The morning after a White House party, she wakes up in a haze of confusing memories. A few weeks later, she realizes she’s pregnant, and her world is shaken.
In one week The Unseen will release on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. I started writing The Unseen three years ago when I was in the throes of human trafficking awareness projects for the non-profit I work for. After extensive research and countless hours reading journals, government reports, and articles, I felt there wasn’t a good, cohesive, story to tell about this plight. The stories written of redemption and hope were few. And, more importantly, we needed stories that would motivate and inspire change.