The Author Show features Shelley

Please listen in today to The Author Show, a great radio show featuring various author’s who discuss their books. Today, I am the guest author on the show, talking about the invisible children of India and The Weight of Silence book with host Don McCauley. Please listen in online to this 12 minute interview!

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About Shelley Seale

Shelley is a wanderer and student of the world, yoga chick, voracious reader and dog lover. She pounds the keyboard as a freelance writer, author and publication designer, based in Austin, Texas when she isn't traipsing around the globe. Shelley has written for National Geographic, USA Today, The Guardian, The Week, Fodor's, The Telegraph and Texas Monthly, among others. Shelley has performed a catch on the flying trapeze, boarded down a live volcano, and was once robbed by a monkey in India. But she doesn’t know how to whistle.

Posted on February 17, 2010, in asia, children, global, India, inspiration, interview, journalism, literary, media, news, nonprofit, orphans, radio, shelley seale and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Shelley, thanks for the comment on my blog (how the day sounds)! I came across the book as I was searching for another on the Barnes and Noble website. I’ve always wanted to travel to India, and I currently sponsor a child through World Vision who lives in India. I knew this was a book I wanted to read! It was every bit as wonderful (and heart-wrenching) as I thought it’d be.

    I would LOVE to go with on the scholarship student college trip with the Miracle Foundation… if not this year, then next!

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