Love them or hate them, talk shows seep into our lives, playing in the background of our thoughts and affecting our opinions and actions. In her ten years as a talk show host, Nancy Nolan has influenced the lives of thousands of guests, would-be guests, and viewers. Here are some of their stories.
A teenager tries desperately to be chosen as a guest in "Dear Nancy Nolan.
An unwilling guest faces dredged-up emotions abut her runaway mother in "The Green Room."
A promiscuous mother is confronted with her lies in "My Baby's Daddy."
A woman viewer tries to help a teenager who is being sexually harrassed by her boss in "Confessions."
A young mother learns what God can do--and what He can't in "Answered Prayers."
A woman faithfully watches Nancy Nolan's show, hoping to be reunited with the parents who abandoned her in "Amanda Marie."
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About the Author
Hazel Hart has won awards for her short fiction, including "Amanda Marie," published in Kansas Voices, and "Confessions," published in Words out of the Flatlands. She has two published suspense novels, The Night before Christmas and Like Mother, Like Daughter, and has co-authored two books of short stories, Dark Side of the Rainbow and Edge of Nowhere, with Bonnie Eaton aka B.J. Myrick.