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A "Novel" Paranormal Ride with Andrew Lark

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A "Novel" Paranormal Ride with Andrew Lark

What is Better Boxed and Forgotten? This compelling ghost story written by author Andrew Lark will answer that question and get you asking more questions with every turn of the page. Find out why he based this book in Detroit's historic Indian Village and what "other worldly" experiences led him to write this novel. 

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Andrew Lark is a graduate of Wayne State University where he received his bachelor’s of arts degree in English. His play, "Stop Up Your Ears!", a farcical account of a month in the life of Florence Foster Jenkins won Wayne State University’s Heck-Rabi award and was produced at the Hilbery Studio Theatre in Detroit, Michigan. His other plays include, "The Embrace of Redemption" which received several readings and workshops. "Ask Me! Tell Me!," was professionally produced at the Ringwald Theatre’s Gay Play Series in Ferndale, Michigan and also the Hudson Theatre’s Play by Play Festival in Hudson, New York. "Better Boxed and Forgotten" is his first novel. He is busy at work on book two of the Archive Series. Andrew Lark lives in St. Clair Shores, Michigan with his wife Karen. 

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About Lisa Jesswein:

Lisa Jesswein is a long-time Detroit radio personality waking up listeners for over 17 years with her positive personality and infectious laugh. Now as a member of the Empower Radio family, she works to  bring hope, inspiration and information through the conversations on her show "Real Life". She believes that it's possible to live your life with intention, peace, abundance and joy when we choose to meet challenges head on.  Staying positive in a negative world is a challenge but one that Lisa has faced countless times as a two-time kidney transplant recipient, cancer survivor, divorcee and intuitive reader. Lisa has been an inspirational speaker since the age of 14 when she was asked by medical staff to speak on organ donation at the state capitol. She has been motivating people ever since and now brings her mission of helping others to Empower Radio.