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Friday 1st December 1995

Gospel singer Sheila Walsh to write new book entitled Honestly

THE SCOTTISH pop gospel singer Sheila Walsh is to write a book. Entitled 'Honestly' the book, for America's Zondervan Publishing House will tell the story of "personal success, breakdown and healing."
Walsh rose to prominence as the presenter of BBC TV's 'Rock Gospel Show' before resettling in the States with her husband manager Norman Miller, where she became presenter of the hugely popular 700 Club Christian TV programme. She subsequently struggled with bulimia and her marriage to Miller ended in divorce.

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