Earlene Grey's journey began in 1949, as Susan Traise, the youngest daughter of Tom and Irma Traise. This book chronicles her early years growing up in rural, small-town Oregon, and the influences which shaped her. She is a writer whose work reflects the many facets of humanity, seeing into the soul of daily life to bring forth understanding and inspiration.
In 2009, Earlene Grey became a featured weekly artist on an international podcast called Radio Kinver (RadioKinver.co.uk). Early in 2010 she was asked to write a response to the earthquake disaster in Haiti. That commentary became the first Tom and Irma episode. It was there that the Tom and Irma Chronicles came to life. Soon, Earlene's audiences were clamoring for more. The series was born. From the very beginning, audiences were drawn into the straightforward yet humanistic and captivating presentations of small town American life in the 1950s. Download and start listening now!