Tonight on the Write Stuff — V as in Victor with Naomi Smith

Write StuffOn this edition of the Write Stuff, we’ll have the opportunity to chat with Naomi Smith, author of the memoir book of her father V as in Victor.

V as in Victor is the story of an American minister and his family in a small pastorate in England between the World Wars and their subsequent life in the United States during and after World War II. More importantly, it is the story of a man whose struggles might have destroyed him, but did not. This uplifting tale of a man’s ongoing quest for the chance to serve his church and his earnest desire to live a life according to the precepts of his religion will both inspire you, challenge you, and touch your heart.

Join us for a fascinating discussion! You can call in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the Stitcher app on your mobile device. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/8347157.  Tune in!

ABOUT THE BOOK

V victorV as in Victor is the story of an American minister and his family in a small pastorate in England between the World Wars and their subsequent life in the United States during and after World War II. More importantly, it is the story of a man whose struggles might have destroyed him, but did not. This uplifting tale of a man’s ongoing quest for the chance to serve his church and his earnest desire to live a life according to the precepts of his religion will both inspire you, challenge you, and touch your heart.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Naomi SmithI’ve written for many venues: magazine essays, collections, essays I’ve read on NPR, and once long ago, a romantic suspense novel, but it was only when I began writing stories about what might happen after we die and leave this world that I found a subject so gripping it has fascinated and enthralled me ever since.

Writing stories about ordinary people who find themselves in the world to come is just plain exciting. I love exploring the idea of what might happen when each one of us has to face the decisions he or she made in this world and how those decisions effect our eternity. It’s a wild trip, and a rewarding one!

 

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