Award Winning Author, Editor, and Childress Ink Co-Founder Kelly Anne White Hosts New Podcast Produced by Harford County Living

Launch of “The Word with an Inquisitive Booknerd,” produced by Harford County Living with Rich Bennett and hosted by Kelly Anne White, author of The Legend of the Fairy Stones, The Bible Adventure Book of Scavenger Hunts, and Co-Founder of Childress Ink – Ink-A-Dink.

Caledonia, MI, March 31, 2021 –(PR.com)– Caledonia, MI “The Word with an Inquisitive Booknerd,” launches April 1, 2021, hosted by Baltimore-based artist, editor, author and Childress Ink Co-Founder, Kelly Anne White.

White first connected with Rich Bennett’s Harford County Living Podcast when she was featured as Artist of the Week in April of 2019 with the release of her picture book, “The Legend of the Fairy Stones.” After several appearances and guest-hosting with Rich Bennett, White was then invited to host her own podcast.

“The Word with an Inquisitive Booknerd” will feature authors and artists on the writing life. The April launch features an interview with debut author Peggy Wirgau on the release of “The Stars in April,” March 30, 2021, based on the true story of teen Titanic survivor and Michigander Ruth Becker.

Releasing in time for Titanic Week 2021 and the anniversary of the disaster on April 15, 1912, author Wirgau shares more on the story-behind-the-story, including metaphors, themes, the allegorical use of constellations, as well as the extended research involved with historical fiction and accurately depicting life during the times. Author Wirgau is also set to be a featured speaker at this year’s annual Titanic Conference 2021, held every August at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, TN. More information on the book and author will be shared after the podcast’s release.

“The Word with an Inquisitive Book Nerd” will have new interviews monthly, including Baltimore-based novelist Emma Beaven on her debut gothic, Victorian, ghost-story, publishing July 17, 2021 with Tangled Tree Publishing; plus New York Times Best-Selling author, Nathan Whitaker, on his writing and faith journey.

Visit HarfordCountyLiving.com and KellyAnneWhite.com for more updates and information.

About Kelly Anne White

A top-level publishing professional, Kelly Anne White is the author of The Legend of the Fairy Stones, The Bible Adventure Book of Scavenger Hunts, which recently received a Readers’ Favorite five-star award. White has edited hundreds of books in nearly every genre for HarperCollins, Kirkus Editorial, Guideposts Books, Callisto Media, and others. Prior to her ventures into book publishing, White was longtime Executive Editor of nationally distributed Girls’ Life magazine. White lives primarily in Baltimore City, and she resides part-time on Chincoteague Bay in Virginia, where she is actively involved in the Chincoteague Storytelling Guild. White regularly conducts presentations and workshops at book festivals, library conferences, and other events, including a live online reading for the upcoming Chesapeake Children’s Book Festival in June 2020. White is represented by literary agency Legacy Management.

Contact: kidspr@zoho.com for more information or to interview Kelly White.

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