Trio of Michigan radio and television personalities release books
- Shannyn Caldwell, morning co-host at Family Life Radio (heard in Michigan in Midland on 99.7 FM, Detroit on AM 1030 and FM 94.3, and in the Lansing/Albion area on AM 1110 and FM 99.9 and 96.7) just released her book chronicling the hurt and healing she went through following her experience after a deadly 1999 tornado. Amazon.com has The Healing Season: How a deadly tornado nearly destroyed and completely reshaped my faith available in paperbook and for download on Kindles.
- Mario Impemba, the television voice of the Detroit Tigers on Fox Sports Detroit since 2002, released If These Walls Could Talk: Detroit Tigers: Stories from the Detroit Tigers' Dugout, Locker Room, and Press Box, a behind-the-scenes look at the personalities and events that have shaped the Detroit Tigers' recent resurgence, earlier this month.
- Last summer, Rock WRIF-FM 101.1 Detroit personality Steve Black released his true life story of love, adventure, music, cancer, death, despair, tragedy and triumph all while interacting with rock and roll royalty. Check Steve's book out at dpztechnology.com/index.php/steve-black-books#!/.