Richmond, VA, July 29, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Kicking off scheduled fall events as a guest author for Evangelist Jimmie Gyamerah of The Publishing Hour, www.ishoutforjoy.com, Wright’s interview is broadcast live Thursday August 12th 1 to 2 p.m. EST from Richmond’s west end. Based on her newly issued E-Book - A Path Worn Smooth, a millennium woman’s heritage, listeners are invited to join the discussion by calling 804 477 7864 or emailing questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wright next holds a workshop session - Legacy: folklore, legends & family stories from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Thursday Sept 23 at the Dumbarton Library; and, in honor of the pending Henrico County 400 year celebration, she offers workshops: A Writer on Writing I scheduled Sept 29 – Oct 13 from 7–9:30 p.m. which uses her text A Writer on Writing; and A Writer on Writing II scheduled Oct 27 – Nov 10th from 7-9:30 p.m. which uses her text: A Path Worn Smooth. Both workshops are designed to aide attendees with researching and recording family and community stories. Registration is available through Henrico County Adult Ed.
Book – A Path Worn Smooth
In draft format, Wright's book received the 2006 Writer’s Connection VA Book Competition Award. Through donating an excerpt to an anthology – Happy Birthday, Mr. Lincoln, she is one of nation-wide contributors recognized by the 2009 Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge George Washington Metal for their collaborative effort to promote an understanding and appreciation of America’s rich heritage and unique freedoms.
Copies of her memoir style first edition book are available through any retail book store or online at web site www.TheWrightScoop.com option Sylvia’s Store.
Wright’s Career History –
Recognized as a contributing writer and communications instructor, Wright provides speeches and workshops for national and international conferences, corporate department and business association meetings; and has taught communications for the Virginia Community College system. In her E-Book, she shares research and writing strategies that enable others to document their heritage.
Committed to the welfare of her civic and business communities, she is a founding Director involved in the establishment of her community Laurel as a Historic District and founding member of the Massey Cancer Center’s volunteer program. Details of her business, communication or environmental activities, are available at web site www.TheWrightScoop.com or contact Sylvia@TheWrightScoop.com or call 804-672-6007. As recipient of the Turning America from Eco-weak to Eco-chic Award, Wright challenges all to move their life-styles from eco-weak to eco-chic – ‘green’ life’s garden, one scoop at a time!