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Story U Talk Radio 03 – 14 – 19 Writing through the tricky, sticky, dark, and scary

Writing through the tricky, sticky, dark, and scary
Guest Sunny Joy McMillan
You know her from “Sunny in Seattle” on KKNW’s Friday morning show, but what you might not know is how her amazing book, Unhitched: Unlock Your Courage and Clarity, and Unstick Your Bad Marriage has transformed HER life.

Yes!! Writing a book reaches thousands and sometimes millions of readers, but writing also creates sticky, tricky, dark and scary terrain for the writer to navigate. You hear that writing “frees us!” — Sunny’s story is a testament to that — but writers who create work to transform lives are literally re-connecting with their subconscious to get permission to share.

Not for the faint of heart but not an impossible journey, either, as you will learn from our conversation!

Sunny shares openly about her “perfect-looking life” and how it REALLY felt. Have you been there? Have you had an image that exuded success and an interior world that looked like a train wreck? We will talk about such incongruity on the show!

Remember, to write about such journeys requires enormous faith and courage, yet we cannot forget the tenacity to COMPLETE the actually book and let it be birthed into the world. Hence, where many writers have (for good reason) backed up or walked away, Sunny persevered! Listen in for her powerful story of transformation.


Story U Talk Radio grew out of Debby Handrich’s desire to bring listeners and authors together over the topics of writing, spirituality and transformation. Each week, Story U inspires an inquiry of the stories we live by, such as our love stories, our financial stories, family stories, and personal awakening stories. So much of the conversation is about discovering the real YOU in order to live peacefully and, just maybe, to pick up the pen and write your book.

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