The singer and actress Gloria Loring discusses her new book, Coincidence is God’s Way of Remaining Anonymous: Reflections on Daytime Dramas and Divine Intervention (Health Communications, 2012), with Joseph Planta.
|Coincidence is God’s Way of Remaining Anonymous: Reflections on Daytime Dramas and Divine Intervention by Gloria Loring (Health Communications, 2012).
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Text of introduction by Joseph Planta:
I am Planta: On the Line, in Vancouver at TheCommentary.ca.
Gloria Loring joins me now. The acclaimed singer and actress is on to talk about her new book: Coincidence is God’s Way of Remaining Anonymous: Reflections on Daytime Dramas and Divine Intervention. It’s a memoir of her years of raising money and awareness for juvenile diabetes, her time on Days of Our Lives playing the role of Liz Chandler, raising her two sons Brennan Thicke and Robin Thicke, as well as her career as a singer, hitting number one with the song, ‘Friends and Lovers.’ In the course of the book though you get something beyond mere memories and anecdotes; there’s something else. It’s the power of coincidence that you see realised in Ms. Loring’s book. With a lot of insight and personal study into the mystery, spirituality and science of coincidence, this book is also an inspiring read. You read about how she deals with her son’s chronic illness, how she survives unraveling marriages, and how she triumphed over childhood abuse. It’s a compelling book; one that’s hard to put down. Gloria Loring also co-composed the theme songs for the television programs Diff’rent Strokes, Hello Larry, and The Facts of Life, which she sang. She’s a spokesperson for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. The website for more is at www.glorialoring.com. This book is published by Health Communications. I’m very pleased to welcome to the Planta: On the Line program, in Lake Arrowhead, California, Gloria Loring; Ms. Loring, good morning.