OUR PUBLICATIONS and PRODUCTIONS
CHILD HEART By Janice Strootman: A collection of poetic haibun (a poetry form that combines a haiku with a prose poem). Fall 2021.
December 2020: Nadia adds two new author interview programs: “In the Author’s Corner” for Kirk House Publishers, and “Talk to the Author” for Deep Valley Book Festival.” Both programs begin shooting interviews in December and will continue indefinitely.
November, 2020: Nadia enters into an agreement with Fox Pointe Publishing to interview their authors throughout 2021 on “Where Women Talk.”
WHERE WOMEN TALK http://Wherewomentalk.com(for TV and social media). A show that’s mission is to shine a spotlight on women of all ages who are reinventing new chapters in their own lives or are making a difference in the lives of others.
THE EMERALD GREEN HORSE: A Poetic Journal 2020 by Nadia Giordana was released Jnuary2nd, 2021.
BREATHING UNDER WATER: A Poetic Memoir, a poetic journey in autobiographical verses by Nadia Giordana is available on Amazon. Release date, October 12, 2019.
LIFE IS SWEET, SAVOR IT: Things I’ve Learned Along Life’s Way, a collection of haiku, short poems, photo art, and quotes by Nadia Giordana is available on Amazon. Released September 27, 2018.
WINK: Writers in the Know magazine debuted July 2017.
Reinventing New Chapters in Your Life at Any Age by Nadia Giordana
Thinking Skinny by Nadia Giordana
Then I am Strong by Meg Corrigan
10,000 Days In Alaska: From their log cabin overlooking Scoter Lake at Nelchina, to Glennallen, Anchorage, Wasilla, Copper River, Tok, Palmer, Fairbanks, Denali, Matanuska, Susitna, Valdez, Cordova and other Arctic communities, Norman Wilkins recorded daily journal entries throughout the 25+ years he and his wife Sylvia spent carving out a life on the Alaskan tundra.
To order 10,000 Days In Alaska Book One (1978-1989) now (528 pages), CLICK HERE.
To order 10,000 Days In Alaska Book Two (1990-1997) now (432 pages), CLICK HERE.
To order 10,000 Days In Alaska Book Three (1998-2005) now (420 pages), CLICK HERE.
No Thank You, I’d Rather Be Myself by Nadia Giordana