A MESSAGE OF
HISTORY, HUMOR & INSPIRATION
The Princess of Wales was more than a 20th
Century pop phenomenon. Before the eyes of the world, Diana
Spencer grew from a quiet teenager to a superstar who challenged
the establishment, from a palace. As eagerly as she befriended
the famous, she embraced the afflicted and used her celebrity
to effect change. Her death almost stopped the world.
A California nursing home resident gets
during Susan's presentation.
DIANA'S MESSAGE REMAINS INSPIRING AND RELEVANT TODAY...
Susan Maxwell Skinner, one of Buckingham
Palace's accredited press corps, covered Diana's progress
for eight years. From London, she wrote books and
magazine articles. Now living in California,
Susan is active in community service and on the speaking
circuit. Her multi-media talks reveal Diana's maternal and
humanitarian drive. With humor and
compassion, Susan explains the complex star of the royal
circus. Incorporating music and video, this program has been
enjoyed all over the world.
The author's recent books
are available for signing at speaking events.
"DIANA, MEMORY OF A ROSE," gives her unique perspective
on the Diana years.