Friday, December 15, 2006

TGIF Dec. 15, 2006 - Myrna Lou Goldbaum

TGI Friday! I have uploaded a new show to my podcast this week.

Now this was a fun interview!

Myrna has written an easy to read how-to book titled MAY I SEE YOUR HAND? Palm Reading for Fun and Profit. The diagrams in the book will help you understand the three palm readings Myrna gives on this fun and educational show. This best-selling book is available to podcast listeners for only $18 including shipping. The book is normally $19.95 plus shipping. Make sure you tell her you heard about the special price on Writers in the Sky Podcast.

In April 2003 Myrna Lou's second book SOUL MATE CONNECTIONS, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Relationships, Love, Romance and Soul Mates was released by Infinity Publishing. In December 2003 Infinity Publishing released Myrna Lou's third book, DIARY OF A PALM READER which contains 46 palm reading sessions taken from 1956 to 2003. She is presently working on a book for children titled Palms of Children.
Click here to listen to Part One...

Myrna Lou began reading palms at the age of ten when her mother unknowingly gave her an old edition of a book on palmistry. Currently on her 55th year of reading palms, she has read, logged and documented in excess of 32,000 hands. One of them was mine! In Part Two of this interview Myrna reads my palm and reveals everything you never wanted to know about Yvonne Perry! Click here to listen to Part Two...

In Part Three Myrna Lou reads the palms of two of my friends: Gordon and Ryah. What a tale a hand can tell! Click here to listen to Part Three...

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My guest next week is freelance writer and editor Zach Everson. Find out how public speaking training through Toastmasters helps a writer express himself better.

1 comment:

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