Please join me on The Charles Brittingham show, Sunday June 30.
On Wilm 1450 am News talk radio from 7-9 pm.
Do you want to write a book, stage play, poetry or musical but have no idea how to start? On today’s show I’d like to introduce you to;
Mrs. Loretta Moore, author of the novel, The Color of Murder. She’s a writer/playwright/poet. She’s had four novels published, and has poetry, short stories and essays published in journals, newsletters, and magazines. Several of her dramas and musicals have been full productions in theatres in Philadelphia, Pa., Wilmington and Dover, De. and Roanoke, Va. and in venues such as churches and colleges locally. Plus Loretta has done ghost writing. She has a college degree in English, belongs to honor society and other laudable organizations. She’s involved in activities at her church, and in the community.
You’ll hear me interview her about how she got started, her inspiration motivation and passion, and other tips for writing a great story.
You don’t want to miss this show!
From a small girl growing up in Philadelphia she realized her passion-writing and being creative.
In one of her essays, she says this about where she grew up:
“Throughout my childhood The Bottom was a principality with longing, invention, inspiration and discovery, a place flowing with precious, valuable humanity. The Bottom was a place of astounding glory, a place spreading out its arms of warmth and texture to me, a place of encouragement and hope.
No sophistication or betterment of life could ever drain my memory of The Bottom, for it was fertile ground for my imagination…a bejeweled, poetic excursion that authorized the Writer I am today.”
The Color of Murder by Loretta Moore is published by Black Opal Books.
The book can be purchased at; Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Black Opal Books, Smashwords and KOBO
Learn more about her at; Website: lorettamoore.com, Twitter @MooViney, Linkedin, or Facebook
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