Spirited Woman Circle Presents America’s Beloved Author Fannie Flagg

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Spirited Woman, a very inspired woman's community, wins kudos for the new Spirited Woman Circle, an exclusive "up close & personal” phone conversation “TeleTalk” series with famous women, including such mega-authors as Janet Fitch (“White Oleander”) and author/actress Fannie Flagg (“Fried Green Tomatoes,” “Can’t Wait To Get To Heaven,” and more).

Sparking national attention and growing interest, the new Spirited Woman Circle, an exclusive monthly 1-hour phone conversation series with famous women authors, actresses, radio personalities, top editors, and more is proud to present guest, author/actress Fannie Flagg on Tuesday, September 5, 10 am PST, 1 pm EST.

The on-going Spirited Woman Circle series runs through October 10. The 1-hour calls are the first Tuesday of the month (except on holidays) at 10 am PST, 1 pm EST.

Fannie Flagg is a beloved icon. Movie actress. TV personality. Broadway star. Famous author. Her newest book “Can't Wait to Get to Heaven” is currently on the New York Times Bestseller list as were her other books: “Daisy Fay and the Miracle Man,” “Fried Green Tomatoes,” and “Welcome to the World, Baby Girl!.” She's won countless awards, “Fried Green Tomatoes” became a huge hit movie, and her classic tale, “A Redbird Christmas” will be in theaters soon. Yet, her life has not been a bed of roses.

In her intimate 1-hour conversation, Flagg will talk about the many demons she's had to battle in her life - from dyslexia to depression, her long stretch of writer's bloc, her family, why she is a woman's advocate, her new book, and more. She has never done a teleseminar before and she looks forward to “teletalking” with her fans. Call participants are welcome to ask questions and chat with her.

To learn more about Flagg and the Spirited Woman Circle visit: http://www.TheSpiritedWoman.com/spirited_woman_circle/.

Presented by Spirited Woman, http://www.TheSpiritedWoman.com a growing and highly-inspirational woman’s empowerment community, the Spirited Woman Circle is an interactive conversation series, meant to uplift women and convey the message that anything is possible in your life and career. Several of the women in the series achieved mega-success post 40.

Nancy Mills, a writer and workshop leader, founded Spirited Woman in 2002, and is known as the Creator of the Spirited Woman Approach to Life. She moderates the calls and interviews each guest.

Mills says enthusiastically, “The famous women in our Circle, collectively have sold more than five million books, had several made into hit movies, and none of them has ever done a teleseminar before,” says Mills. “We are so very excited about this new series.”

And so it seems are the women. Read their comments on the Spirited Woman Blog (http://www.TheSpiritedWoman.com/go_blog_blog_blog/)

Once the word got out, women from Alabama to Philadelphia to Los Angeles started signing up for this innovative series, meant to inspire spirited women everywhere. That’s the good news. The bad news is that each call is limited to 99 women.

All past interviews are available in an MP3 or transcript version at: http://www.thespiritedwoman.com/spirited_woman_circle. Past guests include: Janet Fitch – Author of “White Oleander;” Frances Halpern – Host of NPR radio show “Beyond Words;” and Selena Templeton – Calendar Editor of “The Hollywood Reporter;” Marcia Wallace – Actress/Author “Don’t Look Back We’re Not Going that Way;” and Rochelle Krich – Author “Where’s Mommy Now?”

In addition to Flagg, upcoming guests include The Saucy Sisters – TV & Radio Personalities/Author “The Saucy Sisters Guide to Wine” on October 10.

For more information about the Spirited Woman Circle and Spirited Woman, a growing and very inspired woman's community, contact Nancy Mills, the Creator of the Spirited Woman Approach to Life. Founded in 2002 by Nancy Mills, Spirited Woman is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA. 888-428-1234 or visit: http://www.TheSpiritedWoman.com

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