Host Sherrilynne Starkie welcomes children’s book Author Carrie E. Pierce to the 50 Women Over 50 podcast.
Having experienced heartbreak and tragedy firsthand and seeing many of her dreams come true, Carrie speaks honestly about life with a rich insight into the human heart. In this interview she shares her own journey through grief to a new life in new community with new friendships and a new, positive perspective of life over 50.
Carrie says, “I have faced my most crushing loss and I’m still standing. I am, for the first time, getting an opportunity to find out who and what I really am.”
Carrie E. Pierce
Carrie E. Pierce has over 20 years of experience in publishing, radio & TV. She is a published author and ghostwriter. Her children’s book Abby Apple Tree was named a finalist for an Eric Hoffer Award. She is a partner in Morgan Pierce Media & Publishing. And her subscription service Letters from Elizabeth, delivers thoughtfully penned letters twice a month to women who suddenly find themselves alone after a major life change later in life.
- Carrie E. Pierce
- Abby Apple Tree by Carrie E. Pierce
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- The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis
- Monarch of the Glen
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About the 50 Women Over 50 Podcast:
Sherrilynne Starkie started this show as a creative project with the goal of interviewing 50 women past their 50th birthday to learn how they see the world, what lessons they’ve learned and what advice they have for us all. She’s been blogging and podcasting for 18+ years as part of a successful marketing and communications career and loves learning from all the women she interviews. Subscribe to 50 Women Over 50 wherever you get your podcasts and please share it with your friends. Get each weekly episode dropped into your inbox by subscribing here.