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Segullah Podcast “WORDS FALL IN” with Ilima Todd

By Melonie Cannon

Stop the clocks! I decided it was time to interview a novelist on our podcast and I found a great interviewee in Ilima Todd.

Ilima Todd never wanted to be a writer (she was a physicist), but one day decided she would like to try. Lots of practice later, her novel Remake was published. Later, there was a sequel named Resist, where she tells the other side of the story. Recently, her proper romance A Song for the Stars, was published. It is set in Hawaii and is based on Ilima’s fourth great-grandparents. The story is fascinating and not one you should miss as she explains the origins of her novel in part two of the podcast. Ilima makes the point that there are not enough stories highlighting the Polynesian culture. She hopes to change that.

You can find her at www.ilimatodd.com and can purchase her books on Amazon or in your favorite bookstore.

About Melonie Cannon

Melonie has surrounded herself with beautiful words for as long as she can remember. This led her to find a home with Segullah after writing an essay published in the May 2006 Segullah issue. She was invited to join the staff and has been a part of Segullah in various capacities since, including being the creator of the “Words Fall In” podcast.  She received her M.Ed from the University of Utah and was a certified Secondary English teacher before becoming a Mom of four. Over the years, her focus has been on natural healing modalities and becoming a sacred sound healing practitioner with a focus on the drum, rhythm, voice, and vibration. She is finishing her PH.D. in theology and metaphysics to further these studies and help women to connect to the divine within themselves.

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