Ashford Publishing is Proud to Announce Author Gayle Rogers Radio Shows 7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9, 8/16, 8/23, 8/30

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Recurring guest Author Gayle Rogers will be having an on-air discussion with our host Rob Michaels on 7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9, 8/16, 8/23, 8/30 regarding her written works on her paranormal encounters with the metaphysical plane.

Ashford Publishing announces that author, Gayle Rogers, will be having an on-air discussion on July 19 at 1PM EST with our host Rob Michaels. Ashford Publishing speaks with executives, professionals and leaders of industry in order to share their wealth of knowledge with others.

Gayle Rogers is a recurring guest on Ashford Radio and is the author of “Nakoa’s Woman,” “Mary’s Little Lamb,” “Dark Corners,” and “Gladyce with a ‘C’.” She writes fiction laced with the authentic spirituality that comes as a result of her strong intuitive connection to the metaphysical plane.

With the utmost courage of her convictions, Gayle speaks about the origin of her stories, admits to remembering her own past life and has lived the paranormal encounters which, in her books, are cloaked in fiction. With the help of her assistants, she wrote the screenplay for the motion picture adaptation of “Nakoa's Woman” titled The Second Kiss, however; studio politics derailed the movie. It is still her hope that with the growing demand for spirituality themed entertainment, her movie may one day become known.

In her most recent radio show, Gayle Rogers discusses her book, “Gladyce with a ‘C’,” about her mother. Gayle’s mother Gladyse changed the spelling of her name to ‘Gladyce,’ because she felt that in doing so, she would be taking charge of her own life. In the interview, Gayle discusses her mother’s bouts of not speaking in the household because she felt that her thoughts weren’t worthy of being heard by others. Gayle’s father, in turn, would juggle china from their cabinet to get Gladyce to speak.

Gayle also discusses the ghost which inhabited her childhood home. Prior to being her family’s residence, the house was a hospital until the second floor was burnt with a man in it. Though his body was removed prior to her family residing there, his ghost remained and as Gayle recalls, moved throughout the home during full moons. Her father would constantly go up to the attic with a flashlight and search for him, but was unable to identify him. Gayle’s sister became infatuated with the ghost and even named him, ‘Joe.’

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Please tune into on July 19th at 1PM EST to hear Gayle Rogers’ interview. If you would like to ask Gayle any questions on air, please call (706) 542-4100 between 1PM and 1:30PM EST on July 19th.


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