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Published:April 26th, 2013 11:52 EST
Judyth Piazza Chats With Leah Vidal, Author of Red Circle Days

Judyth Piazza Chats With Leah Vidal, Author of Red Circle Days

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

Radio talk show host and journalist, Judyth Piazza Chats With Leah Vidal, Sarah Book Publishing Author of Red Circle Days on The American Perspective Radio Program.
There are moments in our lives that are imprinted into our very soul. Moments that don`t require a photo album or memory book for us to revisit them time and time again. Some may bring to life the very feelings of sheer happiness they brought the day we experienced them. Others bring the heart wrenching sorrow we spend years trying to erase.
These are moments that don`t need a reminder or a red circle on a calendar date, our hearts wrapping around them much like the tiny box on a calendar, keeping them contained only to bring them to the surface each year. Red Circle Days is a collection of those moments that I will forever carry with me, thought provoking moments and stories which have left an indelible imprint on my very soul.
During the interview Judyth asked Leah, "What was your inspiration behind the book?" Leah responded by saying everyone has red circle days in the lives.  My readers encouraged me to compile my thoughts and put them in a book."
Leah Vidal`s writing covers a range of topics including current events, health and wellness, parenting and daily tribulations. However, she is most at home when adding a personal element to a broad topic by sharing life`s little moments. She believes it is these moments that are life`s biggest lessons.
Leah paused her career in Public Relations to raise her two children and has never looked back, except on the days when it would be nice to have an office to escape to or a desk to hide under. She currently lives in Puerto Rico with her family, where she is a fitness focused (physical, spiritual and mental health), homeschooling mom of two, and wife of one, who enjoys combing the beach for sea glass, avoiding the kitchen, and making words come to life.
Judyth asked, "What is it like homeschooling your kids?" Leah responded, "I love it, it is challenging and I am learning new things everyday."