Join Terry Helwig and Sue Monk Kidd in conversation about Terry’s new book,
Shifting Shorelines: Messages from a Wiser Self

Imagine the profound impact of meeting yourself at a younger age. You have changed and the world has changed. You have experienced life, not only through the eyes of your younger self, but also through the lens of time. What wisdom would you impart?

Terry Helwig and Sue Monk Kidd, friends for more than thirty-five years, will explore this intriguing question in a wide-ranging conversation about awakening, solace in nature, the mother/daughter relationship, and the deep abiding friendship of sisters/girlfriends.

Terry’s new book Shifting Shorelines: Messages from a Wiser Self is an ode to nature, the passage of time and the ripening of wisdom. Terry writes, “The tides of time continually shift the shoreline of who we are and, more importantly, who we will become.”

Join us for this virtual hour-long conversation with a brief question-and-answer period afterward..

A recording will be provided for all those who register.

About Terry and Sue

Terry Helwig

Terry Helwig

Terry Helwig is an award winning author. Her latest book Shifting Shorelines: Messages from a Wiser Self, is an ode to nature, the passage of time, and the ripening of wisdom; the book has been praised as a twenty-first century Gift from the Sea.

A naturalist at heart, with a master’s degree in counseling psychology, Terry’s prose reveals a deep thinker who finds meaning and correlation between the treasury of the shoreline and the full beauty of life.

Terry lives on a Florida barrier island, a dream come true, considering her turbulent childhood. Terry recounts her early struggle to keep hope alive in her coming-of-age memoir Moonlight on Linoleum: A Daughter’s Memoir, which won Elle Magazine’s 2012 Grand Prix Nonfiction Book of the Year.

Sue Monk Kidd

Sue Monk Kidd

Sue Monk Kidd.Sue Monk Kidd is a writer, novelist and memoirist. She was born in Albany, Georgia and raised in the tiny town of Sylvester, Georgia, a place that deeply influenced the writing of her first novel The Secret Life of Bees.

The Secret Life of Bees has sold more than 6 million copies, spent over 2 ½ years on the New York Times bestseller list and been published in 35 countries. It was awarded the 2004 Book Sense Paperback book of the Year, nominated for the Orange Prize in England, and chosen as Good Morning America’s Read This! Book Club pick. It was produced on stage in New York by The American Place Theater and adapted into a movie by Fox Searchlight in 2008, which won the People’s Choice and the NAACP Image awards for Best Picture. Sue’s second novel, The Mermaid Chair, reached the #1 spot on the New York Times bestseller list and remained on the hardcover and paperback lists for nine months. Winner of the 2005 Quill Award for General Fiction, the novel has been translated into 24 languages and was produced as a television movie by Lifetime. Sue’s newest book, Traveling with Pomegranates: A Mother-Daughter Story, co-authored with her daughter Ann Kidd Taylor debuted in 2009, appearing on numerous bestseller lists, including the New York Times Bestseller List. It will be out in paperback in September.


6:00 pm – 7:15 pm


Jan 20 2022


$179 (until Feb 28)
$229 (after Feb 28)


Virtual Program
Join us via Zoom Conference