Lutz, Florida – Joyce Newell Sundheim, an accomplished writer, poet and artist, has released her latest book titled Escape to Alaska, an adventure chronicle detailing the journey of 15,770 miles on the road to Alaska from Florida, in a ten-year-old Nissan truck.
Sundheim is a registered member of the Penobscot Indian Nation in Maine and has published several works over the years, including Rolling Thunder Stomping Out Indifference, a biography on her father, William B. Newell, in 2018. Her poetry has been published by the Southern Poetry Association, and she was published in Who’s Who in Poetry in 1994.
In her book Minaret Tales, Sundheim takes readers on a journey to different parts of the world, sharing her experiences and insights through her unique storytelling style. Her love for nature, culture, and heritage is reflected in her work, which is sure to captivate readers of all ages.
For more information on Joyce Newell Sundheim and her work, visit her website and follow her blog to stay up-to-date on her latest projects and releases. Minaret Tales is now available for purchase on Amazon and other major online retailers.
International Society of Female Professionals Member Joyce Sundheim can be found on the Association Directory, where she is looking forward to networking with you.