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Author Promotes Two Genres
Author Promotes Two Genres in Tour
Rayna M. Gangi will speak to the Fairhope Book Club in Fairhope, Alabama on her novel, “Mary Jemison, White Woman of the Seneca,” on Tuesday, November 14. Ms. Gangi is presently on tour promoting her non-fiction release, “Forget the Cures, Find the Cause.”
Two different genres,” Gangi says, “but strangely related. I grew up near Mary Jemison’s home in New York and learned earth medicine from Seneca elders. When I took visitors to Letchworth State Park, I made sure they knew the Jemison story.”
Mary Jemison was a Scot-Irish girl captured by the Shawnee and French during the French and Indian war. She was later gifted to two Seneca sisters and was well known as the “White Woman of the Genesee.”
Gangi originally wrote “Keepers of the Western Door,” as a screenplay that won the honor of being one of the top fifty screenplays in America from Syracuse University. When asked to rewrite the story to center on Mary’s husband, Gangi refused. She then wrote the novel to protect the approach to Mary’s story.
“It’s the only book about Mary Jemison sanctioned by the Seneca Nation as being true, and Peter Jemison’s epilogue helps convey that testimony,” says Gangi.
Peter Jemison is Mary’s Great Grandnephew.
When asked how the two books relate to each other, Gangi answered, ”Forget the Cures, Find the Cause,” is about taking charge of our health, and learning about our body, mind, and spirit. It’s written from a Native American perspective because I was not only trained by the Seneca, but I am also part Delaware. Mary Jemison’s children knew earth medicine, and Mary was a strong, compassionate woman who took charge of her life.”
Gangi’s tour continues in Fairhope at Page and Palette, December 2, and in Buffalo, New York, at Talking Leaves Bookstore and Walden Books.
Ageless Author Astounds Audience
It isn’t the first time Rayna Gangi has brought an audience to their feet and to tears in less than an hour. The author of “Forget The Cures, Find The Cause,” started her book tour in Las Vegas, Nevada last week beginning at the Stardust Hotel and Casino and finishing the week with the massive association of Holistic Practitioners and Therapists in recognition of Massage Awareness month and Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Gamblers and guests streamed past the table at the Stardust lobby and were amazed that a book on holistic health was being spotlighted in a casino. Gangi’s answer? “Gamble and have fun, but don’t gamble with your health.”
As she boarded the limo for her next stop, she said a tearful goodbye to the Stardust, which is closing November 1, then entered the auditorium at the convention arena from the back, surprising a packed house with her voice-over introduction to our connection to Earth and the premise of mind, body, and spirit.
“She did something similar to this for the First Lady’s Conference on Women’s Health a few years ago,” says her marketing V.P. Elsa Claverie. “Her voice resonates the same way her writing does and people love it.”
Gangi spoke about our similarities with Earth, our energy, and included excerpts from the chapters on the spine, vitamins, kids and the Seven Keys incorporated in her book.
Kay Steelman, an attendee and pharmacologist said, “I could listen to her for hours, and I’ve read the book twice already.”
Renee Garrison, a nurse and chiropractor said, “She will make you laugh, make you cry, and make you think. Rayna comes from the heart and knows so much about the body and holistic health. No one puts it altogether like she does.”
Claverie noted that Ms. Gangi has a “special gift” and has helped so many people find the path to wellness.
The book tour continues in Alabama next week at Two Hands Massage in Fairhope, and then in the Florida panhandle at various locations. The hardcover edition of “Forget The Cures, Find The Cause” came out this week.