Stilson's been a homeless musician, a grieving mother, a celebrated author, a publisher—a failure and a success.
(PRWEB) April 09, 2013
In a world where miracles often seem irrational and hope is fleeting, EC Stilson lost everything and became a homeless street violinist. Two years later, her life fell deeper into despair when her infant son died. Time passed and Stilson gained the courage to publish her first novel, "The Golden Sky," the story of her late son. She then started Wayman Publishing. Stilson's been a homeless musician, a grieving mother, a celebrated author, a publisher—a failure and a success. As Stilson said herself, "All of my literary accomplishments and triumphs with Wayman Publishing are because something terrible happened and, with God’s willingness, caring people gave me the courage to overcome any obstacle." This is the basis for her interview with Patrick Walters of Triangle Variety Radio, on April 12th, 2013 at 8:30 PM Eastern Standard Time Zone.
EC Stilson's memoir, "The Golden Sky," has received rave reviews from readers and critics alike. Fellow author Pamela D. Blair, Ph.D. said, "EC Stilson’s 'The Golden Sky' is one of the most beautiful books I have read in a long time. It is a testament to courage, it is poignant and honest, it is funny and it is sad. Ultimately it is a story of transformation, growth and healing—of herself, her marriage, her family and her relationship with God."
Not only is "The Golden Sky" something to be proud of, but Stilson's press, Wayman Publishing, has quite a success story as well. Within its first year, Wayman Publishing raised thousands of dollars to donate to non-profit organizations such as Angel Watch, the American Diabetes Association, and the Pregnancy Resource Center. They also published over fifty authors and gained a following that Stilson says she never dreamed of in her darkest moments of grief.
EC Stilson's journey is sure to inspire many readers, authors, and listeners, as Stilson continually tries living up to Wayman Publishing's motto that “the right words can change lives.”
Join EC Stilson April 12th, 2013 at 8:30 PM Eastern Standard Time Zone on Triangle Variety Radio.
On that date, Patrick Walter's interview will last for 1(one) hour here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/trianglevariety
For more information or to schedule an interview with EC Stilson, contact her at the following email address ecboutique05(at)gmail(dot)com.