Fordice's book provides readers with a unique perspective on public life in an intimate account from the daughter of a highly controversial southern governor and a widely beloved first lady. Though the book is the story behind the headlines of one of Mississippi's prominent families, Jordan's narrative will also resonate with anyone who has experienced humiliation, divorce, or loss, whether public or private. Through it all, Jordan finds a story of joy ascendant and the wonder of discovering that, in the deepest sorrow, light and love always shine through.
Below Angela introduces her book at Lemuria, and in the video she includes a behind-the-scenes look the morning after her father was elected governor of Mississippi.
See the full video and reading here
And after the jump is a brief interview featuring Angela and UPM marketing manager Steve Yates.