Announcing Wisdom Harbour!

December 6, 2021

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I’ve been dying to tell you about my new project, and now it’s time!

Introducing, Wisdom Harbour - a new web site from Andy Andrews

It’s been a long labor of love for sure— not by me . . . I’ve had the fun and easy part. But New York Times best selling author, Andy Andrews and his team of creative minds have been working hard to produce their new web site, Wisdom Harbour (yes, it’s “o-u-r” to include y-o-u!). 

Wisdomharbour.com will delight viewers with the best in quality entertainment and education. In this topsy-turvy world, it’s a sane place for curious people to find curious things. 

The harbor themed “docks” will lead you to audio books, music, cooking demonstrations, history lessons, storytelling and even lesson plans for school aged children.  Bill and Gloria Gaither will even read a bedtime story to your children. Really! It’s all there plus much more. When you see the line-up of top-quality "captains" on the docks, you'll be impressed. I'm totally honored to be included with this group. 

Here I am with Andy last summer when his team was already hard at work on Wisdom Harbour.

I’m telling you, this is better than TV and cheaper than a movie. And it’s available any time of the day or night. At only $2.99 each month, or $5.99 for a family with up to 8 devices.   It also includes an app for your phone to take it with you, so waiting in lines will now be fun! Each subscription will also entitle you to two weekly “peace” of wisdom messages from Andy Andrews himself.

I’m going to write more later on how amazing Andy is and how he and I have connected with mutual friends, our parents, schools and children to the point I think he may be a long lost cousin. For now, just know, I would never recommend anything to my readers without great thought, and I truly think you'll love this site. 

You’ll be able to find me in different categories,  telling some of the stories from my books, as well as writing new material just for you. It’s new to me being in front of a camera, but so far, ehhh . . . so good. (still learning, still hyper-critical — said the voice of perfection in my head). Of course, if you’ve followed me for any length of time, you know I’m obsessed with getting the hair just right. It’s a Southern Lady thing – and actually, one of my first stories is about cutting my bangs (again). Click the video below to see an excerpt. You'll also get a glimpse of my new kitchen I’ve worked on all summer. Inside secret . . . I was hiding some lingering construction over to the side. 

Click to play

Click the button for a FREE TOUR of the site.

Scroll down until you see, "What to Expect"  and beneath that will be "take the tour." 

Andy Andrews said, “I love to introduce people I love to people I love.” Hey, that’s profound, and we know what he means, don’t we? This web site is his way of doing just that. Connecting some amazing talent with all his amazing fans. 

Wisdom Harbour is the healthy mind alternative to the usual "junk" you find on the internet and in the media today.

Remember, take a moment to watch the video tour by clicking HERE. Treat yourself to something nice. You deserve it! Subscribe to Wisdom Harbour and join the fun! I hope to see you on the dock!  

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  1. Amen! I rarely watch tv, Netflix,etc. It’s all garbage and Netflix’s idea of what is appropriate for my teens to watch and what I think is appropriate are miles apart. We watch reruns of Andy Griffith!

    1. Jennie, I totally understand. With teens in the house, it’s so important to set a good example and most TV shows have headed towards Crazyville. It’s funny you love Andy Griffith because Andy Andrews is also huge fan and has a collection of memorabilia from the show that made my north drop open. It includes Aunt Bee’s pearls! Oh, my!

  2. Already subscribed! Sounds like something very different and well worth my interest. Congratulations on being an important part of this new service with your many talents.

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