Ron York on author podcast
Ron recently shared more insights about his newest release, Songs from an Imperfect Life! Listen to the podcast:
The Chapter 1 Podcast
Ron York interviewed about latest book
Ron was recently interviewed by WMAP (World’s Most Amazing People) radio host, KC about his newest release, Songs from an Imperfect Life! Listen to the interview:
WMAP Interview #2
Ron York to host new book signing
Ron will be speaking on the release of his latest book, Songs from an Imperfect Life at Parnassus Books in Nashville, TN. Here are the details:
Ron York Selected As Featured Author
Ron will be a featured author at the Southern Festival of Books in Nashville, TN on Oct. 13th-15th and will be speaking Oct. 13th at 1:00 pm at the Nashville Public Library.
“Kept in the Dark” achieves bestseller status!
J. Ronald M. York’s memoir Kept in the Dark reached the Nashville bestseller list in The Tennessean as reported by Parnassus Books! The book’s Parnassus launch event brought out a standing-room-only, crowd, and Ron even performed some of the music that inspired his writing process!
Ron York is one of those rare authors who not only share with you a story, but invite you along for the journey. Reading Kept in the Dark was an experience I found as intriguing as it was suspenseful, exciting as it was contemplative and through it all the only thing I was longing for, was more.
–Jeremy Rochford, Tedx Speaker and author of The Gospel According to Chubby
York's engaging narrative neither glosses over his father's unspeakable crime, nor condemns him for it. Rather, he attempts to piece together his father's character along with the journey that his mother was forced to take in order to protect him and to keep their family intact. As the reader, you will be drawn to her tenacity, strength and unconditional love.
–Carol Rhodes Poston, Adjunct Professor of Music, Belmont University
After Bob and Joyce York’s intriguing journey, their son Ron’s courage to share his own will empower others to face theirs. This is a story of finding hope and freedom from the secrets, silence, and shame of the past.
–Rodger Dinwiddie, CEO STARS Nashville