|About the Book|
Imagine yourself a newly married nineteen year old American woman thrust into living in a foreign country, where your new husband is the only person you know. Now imagine that foreign country is not just any country- its Iran. Back in 1975, AnnMoreImagine yourself a newly married nineteen year old American woman thrust into living in a foreign country, where your new husband is the only person you know. Now imagine that foreign country is not just any country- its Iran. Back in 1975, Ann Craig-Cinnamon, a teenager from Kentucky, rather brashly married a man nine years her senior who she had dated for only a few months and moved to Tehran, Iran where she lived for a year and a half. Walking Naked in Tehran tells the story of her time in Iran. Living there was difficult and challenging but was also an incredible, rich life experience which she tells with candor and wit. Its also a look inside a country and culture that has been closed off to much of the world for decades. This story is inspiring and has a message for others about the journey to find oneself and the relationships along the way that help to mold you.Ann Craig-Cinnamon is a broadcast professional with thirty years of experience in both radio and television. For most of her career, she served as the host of popular high profile morning radio shows. She also has been a TV anchor/reporter and the News Director of a statewide radio network. Ann and her husband, John, are currently the publishers of an Indianapolis area magazine and she writes regularly for several other publications as well. In addition, she and John have owned numerous other businesses and currently own a travel company. Owning a travel business fits perfectly with Anns passion for travel which she developed during her time living in Tehran, Iran, the inspiration for Walking Naked in Tehran. A popular travel public speaker, Ann has visited all fifty states, more than seventy countries and all seven continents. Her proudest accomplishment, however, is being the mother of two sons.