autobiography

Turning Your Life Story Into A Written Autobiography

Apr 24, 2020
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Story Terrace is a unique ghostwriting service that takes personal autobiographies or family stories and turns them in to keepsake books. Our Kelly Blewett gets more details from the company’s founder and CEO, Rutger Bruining.

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Book Review: Elaine Diehl reviews musician Jorma Kaukonen's (from Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna) autobiography, Been So Long: My Life and Music. He now lives in southeast Ohio and runs the Fur Peach Ranch music venue.

The real story of the childhood kidnapping of Russia native and current Mason, Ohio resident Elena Nikitina is now told in full in her autobiography. 

Musician, producer, judge on The X Factor, Cincinnati native, and now, author – he’s LA Reid and he was recently in town promoting his memoir, Sing to Me: My Story of Making Music, Finding Magic, and Searching for Who’s Next.

  Miguel “"Mike"” Benito Fernandez has made two long journeys in his life. The first came when he and his family were exiled from Cuba in 1964 with no warning and no money. They soon made New York City their home and faced a new path of challenges, opportunities and lessons. His second journey came in 2013 when Fernandez made the 508-mile pilgrimage along El Camino de Santiago from France through Spain to raise money for the Miami Children’'s Hospital. He tells his story in a new book, “Humbled by the Journey: Life Lessons for My Family and Yours.” Today, Fernandez is a successful businessman and philanthropist who believes in the power of giving back to others. He talks with us about his life’'s journeys.

"Pinkhoneysuckle" by Barbara Everett Heintz

Jun 14, 2013

Lee Hay talks with longtime Cincinnati resident Barbara Everett Heintz about her book Pinkhoneysuckle, a semi-autobiographical tale of a woman growing up in what she refers to as “3rd world shame” in America’s Appalachian region.

Judy Collins

Nov 2, 2012

Sweet Judy Blue Eyes, the memoir of singer/songwriter Judy Collins, is now out in paperback, and she joins Barbara Gray by phone to talk about her life, her music and her book.