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62: Roanoke Children’s Author Mark Bradford Talks Chasing Down Dreams | Mark Bradford | “Moon, Gorgeous Moon”

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Interview with Mark Bradford, Author of “Moon, Gorgeous Moon”

Mark Bradford is a Roanoke native whose career has taken him from being a professional respiratory care provider to being a stay-at-home father and children’s book author. Mark is a creative soul with a love for music and the arts, and he’s channeled his imaginative side through fatherhood. During his interview with Hal, Mark discusses the joys and challenges of being a stay-at-home dad, how he got started as an author, and how much community support has impacted his first book’s success. Mark, who has another children’s book underway, aims to inspire people to chase their dreams unceasingly or risk the regret of having missed out on something truly remarkable.

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