Upcoming events & Interviews

November:
Nov. 02: Authors On Show Interview with Christina Francy – CHECK OUT THE PRESS PAGE!
Nov. 07: Podcast with Dr. Orest - OrestOldguytalks.com 
Nov. 10: Greek University Michael Ayalon – Check out the press page!
Nov. 11: Chasing Insights podcast – Vince Warnack 
Nov. 16: Come Back Stronger podcast with Gregory Bird
Nov. 17: Life Transformation Radio – Sean Douglas Co-host of Create Launch Monetize Podcast
Nov. 18: Author Fireside chat with sister Kaylen Kelley at All Life is Yoga Studio. (ZOOM link)
Nov. 24 Thanksgiving
 
December: 
Dec. 19: aka Radio Red podcast
Dec. 20 Bump in the road podcast
Dec. 24: Christmas Eve
Dec. 25: Christmas
Dec. 27: Mr. Biz Solutions Podcast

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Sister Siren: A Non Fiction About Addiction

 A Field Guide On How to Love An Addict

In her debut memoir, Michaela K. Canterbury details the ups and downs of being the sister of an addict. In the pages of Sister Siren, you'll be met with love, hope, faith, and joy, despite addiction. You will read about the journey it takes to love someone through addiction. 

Sister Siren: A NON FICTION about addiction is now available for purchase on Amazon and barnes and noble.

AMAZON

BARNES AND NOBLE

Peter Strisik, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist

In Sister Siren, Michaela shares a heartfelt, engaging, honest, and intensely personal story about addiction, family, love, persistence, and the roller coaster ride towards recovery for all involved. Making use of all the resources she could find, she invites us to take that ride with her and her family, implementing those resources with simultaneous strength and vulnerability as she learns, tries, grieves, despairs, and triumphs……. repeatedly. Joining her on the journey – if we allow ourselves the vulnerability to vicariously experience the disappointments, tragedies, victories, and joys – we are rewarded with greater understanding of addiction, the role it can play in the family crucible, self-discovery, and insights about our own families. In Sister Siren, Michaela opens a door for us that, once
we enter, there is no turning back, only going through.

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