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Actress, author makes a stop at Neighbors

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Provided to the Tahoe Daily Tribune. Golden Henning will sign copies of her book "Song of Promise" from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 2 at Neighbors Bookstore.

Golden “Gulli” Henning of Sacramento is busy promoting her new book, “Song of Promise,” and guest speaking on the topic of enjoying life. The 86-year-old author has been winning hearts and motivating new friends to follow their dreams and embrace life’s great adventures. She has been featured on radio shows and is finishing a book-signing tour across California.

Not only is Henning an author, she is a Hollywood actress as well. She has appeared in such movies as “Jack Frost,” “City of Angels,” “Wisdom” and “Deadly Whispers.” She may also be recognized as Cheech Marin’s Swedish mother-in-law from the TV series, “Nash Bridges.”

Comments regarding “Song of Promise” include:

“All green lights on your fabulous book. You are my inspiration.” Dr. Wayne W. Dyer.

“Golden Henning is one of the brightest lights of optimism.” John Erienson.

“‘Song of Promise’ reads like an odyssey set to a secret meter of understanding … with the solid exquisiteness of how this particular story should be best told,” said author Joseph A. Conover.

Groups interested in featuring Henning’s books and having her speak, free of charge, should contact SuzAnne Sherrill at (916) 205-0401.

If you go

Who: Golden Henning

What: Booksigning for “Song of Promise”

When: Saturday, Sept. 2, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Where: Neighbors Bookstore, 4000 Lake Tahoe Blvd., Village Center. (530) 541-6296.

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