My guest today has led a life full of words, adventure, and love. As a researcher and writer for National Geographic and later, as a humanitarian journalist, her work and travels took her throughout Europe, Africa, and the Middle East to fascinating places to help people facing disaster, famine, and war. She worked for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent for over two decades and now coaches worldwide.
At 58, she received a publishing deal for her award-winning The Shores of Our Souls after a lifetime of published short fiction, essays, and unpublished novels. A Thousand Flying Things, her stand-alone sequel, combines some of the stories she collected as she traveled with her own story in a gripping novel. “The plot is fiction, but the love is true,” she says. Welcome to Authors Over 50, Kathryn Brown Ramsperger.