Children’s author to be interviewed on Hope FM
Heather Wilson will be interviewed by David Smith next month.
The author of Nin and The Wonderic Discovery, will be taking part in an interview on Hope FM. Heather Wilson will be chatting to radio host David Smith, on the show ‘Through the Gates’. The interview will take place live, on the 30th of June.
Heather will be chatting about family, her faith, and her journey as an author. We believe all who listen will be impacted by her story and inspired to create!
As the show is a music show, there will be breaks in the interview where music will be played.
Tune in for great music and an inspiring conversation!
30th of June, 9pm
About the Book
A FANTASY CHILDREN’S NOVEL BASED ON THE STORY OF THE PRODIGAL SON.
Nin studied Michael with bright eyes. “You should accompany me on my Expedition. You are an Explorer. Why else would you arrive at the exactical moment of my departure? I will cross the threshold of Onestria and explore the mystical lands beyonder.” Nin reached a massive arm around Michael’s shoulders and squeezed him in a gleeful hug.
“This is splendiferous!”
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