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Once again, the lovely Bailey Vaughn from KTEN Denison welcomed Motina Books! Today, we chat about our latest releases:

Represent! 30 True Stories of Trailblazers, Artists, Athletes, and Adventurers with Disabilities by Rosalie and Hunter Mastaler

Plant-Based Japanese by Chef Julia Dunaway

We also discussed our latest idea – starting a Texoma-based Book Club. More on that soon!

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Award winning poet Ron Wallace was featured in the Durant Democrat.

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Bailey Vaughn, KTEN Denison, welcomed Motina Books, Award-Winning Poet Ron Wallace, and Taylor Batton, owner of Sundrop Books in Durant, Oklahoma. 

We celebrated Ron’s latest poetry collection, Life Is a Disappearing Act, with a sentimental reading of an emotional poem. Grab the tissues! 

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Bailey Vaughn, KTEN Denison, interviews Diane Windsor about the upcoming 2023 Texas Book Festival in Austin. The sourdough bread is just for fun!

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Essay by Diane Windsor in NextAvenue.org, a PBS publication. 

My Husband Looks 20 Years Younger Than I Do…and I’m Okay with That!

Bailey Vaughn, KTEN, and Diane Windsor discuss Hunter’s Tall Tales and Disability Pride Month.

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Bailey Vaughn, from KTEN Denison, Texas, interviewed publisher Diane Windsor of Motina Books.

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Motina Books was featured in Voyage Dallas Magazine in November, 2022.

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