The AIR‘s newest personality, Michele Zirkle Marcum, will appear at The Kanawha county Public Library Wednesday at 12:10 PM to talk about her debut novel, Rain No Evil. Based on a true story about the supernatural, this novel features a woman who needs more protection than her police officer husband can provide when a few demons infiltrate her life.
Marcum’s novel has been described by Bram Stoker award winning author Michael Knost as, “Wickedly funny, yet profoundly sincere and thought provoking.” Copies of the book will be available for purchase at the Kanawha County Public Library on Capitol Street in Downtown Charleston. They can also be ordered through her website.
Michele Savaunah Zirkle Marcum is a graduate of Concord College and Marshall Graduate School. After teaching high school for twenty years, she resigned to write full-time. Her weekly column can be found every Tuesday in the Opinion section of Ohio Valley Publishing newspapers.
Every Wednesday at 1:30 PM on The AIR you can hear Michele’s show, Life Speaks, where she talks about the presence of the paranormal in everyday life. A brand-new episode premiere’s on The AIR Wednesday right after her appearance at the Library.