Storytellers are Born-Not Made

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Hello There,

As a child, I loved to tell stories and limericks to anyone who would listen. My favorite audience were older women who lived on my block or in the boarding home where I spent part of my youth. My most ardent fan was my friend Diana Amati. She was gracious enough to sit for hours listening to my adventures and experiences in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania. She fell in love with Grandmom Rebbecca and Aunt Clara. She encouraged me to share bible stories with her because during the beginning of our friendship, she did not attend Sunday School.  My stories made Sunday school very attractive to Diana.

One of my other friends, Liz attended the same church. I had a totally different relationship with her. She didn’t have the patience for my storytelling.

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Grandmom Rebbecca tells Pearl how pearls are created through patience and perseverance.

Well I hope that you do. Deborah is placing my first book, “Pearl, The Little Light that Shines” on sale today. The book is written with the young reader in mind, but transcends generations. It is a good book for middle grade, young adults and adults who love reading to their young ones. The book will begin shipping May 1st.  The retail price is $9.99.

To order your copy and to save $2.00 on your purchase until May 1, click here PEARL.

Thank you for your support.

P. J. Richardson

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