Google made me do it! That’s the reason I wrote my autobiography, Seams Unlikely! It all started after searching Google to see what was listed under my name. “Nancy Zieman Stroke, Nancy Zieman Face, Nancy Zieman Smile” were some of the top searched hits. After picking my ego up from the floor, I realized that Sewing With Nancy viewers had every right to be curious as to why my face is asymmetrical! So to tell the story of my unique journey, Seams Unlikely was pieced together.
At the Sewing With Nancy/Wisconsin Public TV studio, a reception will be held on Saturday, February 15. I’ll be sharing stories from my life and newly released autobiography, Seams Unlikely. It will be an informal get-together where I’ll share a timeline, of sorts, on how Bell’s palsy came into my life as a toddler, my struggles through grade school, the role that 4-H played in my life, how I start a business, Nancy’s Notions, and what it’s like to produce and host Sewing With Nancy.
- 10-11:30 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 15
- Wisconsin Public Television Studios
- 821 University Ave. Madison, Wis.
- Only 100 tickets available!
We hope you can join us for this exciting event!
Can’t make it to the event?
You may purchase Seams Unlikely at Nancy’s Notions.
Now Available in the Kindle format
Seams Unlikely is now available at Amazon in the Kindle format! Coming soon in the Nook and iBooks formats.
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Bye for now,