Music Exec Susan Nadler Pens Fairy Tale Book

Susan Nadler

Susan Nadler

Music exec Susan Nadler has penned a childrens/young adult book, Silfa, A Fairy Tale, which will be released September 9 through Taylor and Seale Publishing. The story is about the life of Silfa, a young fairy princess who wakes up to find herself trapped in a different time, living with a human family she does not remember.

Nadler began her career as a writer in Key West where she released two non-fiction books before moving to Nashville and launching a career in the music industry. Silfa has already received praise from celebrities including Martina McBride“Susan has found a way to let you escape into a world that is both fantasy and reality,” shares McBride. “The reality of emotions that come with dealing with a broken home and the fantasy of finding a fairy friend and learning about her world make for a heartfelt and moving reading experience. This is a book I can see generations sharing and reading together.”

“The main message in Silfa is that you can’t make magic if you lie. Magic has to be done with the truth,” explains Nadler. “I think children, teens, and adults of all ages will enjoy reading this book. This is my favorite thing I’ve ever written because it is so different from my own life, yet I have always dreamed that I could fly, and I still dream that I fly.”

The character of Silfa the fairy princess first came to Nadler almost 40 years ago before launching a career in publicity working with Tammy Wynette, Bobby Blue Bland, Farm Aid and others. She also managed the career of famed country star Lorrie Morgan. Nadler became one of the first females to helm a major label, Asylum Records, with renowned publicist, Evelyn Shriver. In 2001, Nadler and Shriver formed Bandit Records and released what would be the final masters from the celebrated George Jones. Most recently, she has served as talent executive of PBS-TV show Soundstage.

 

 

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