Category: Writing A Book
Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #280
I’m grateful for outcomes of creativity aligned with love, abundance, and peace. I love when I feel joy, peace, love, excitement, pleasure, hope, compassion and/or faith from the outcomes of others and my own creativity. Even if I’m feeling this from cleaning out and organizing a drawer, I just absolutely love the feeling! When I…
#BookPartyChat Twitter Interview about LETTERS FROM A BETTER ME
Last Wednesday, I was honored to be a part of a #Bookpartychat. This was my first-ever Twitter interview about Letter from A Better Me and the writing process with the incredible author Laura Zam, The Pleasure Plan. Below, you will find the interview in its entirety. Each post is embedded from Twitter. You will be…
Who Is My Reader?
When we help others see their best selves, it creates an unstoppable ripple effect.
Book Launch Day: Letters from A BETTER ME
BEST FEELING EVER Driving down the road to familiar words. They are my words coming through my speakers. The beautiful voice of Kate Mulligan fills my car as she articulates the messages of the book so clearly. You can feel the letters in her voice. (Link to sample of audiobook here) Barnes & Noble Naples,…
Audible Release Day of Letters from A Better Me
Today is a very exciting day for me. I love audiobooks, and today mine comes out. It feels surreal. The narrator is the wonderful, Kate Mulligan. Her voice is the perfect fit for this book. You can hear a sample when you click on the link. 3 MORE DAYS UNTIL THE PAPERBACK AND EBOOK RELEASE…
The Box: A Writer’s Dream
Did you know that when some authors publish a book they receive a box of their books before it is released? There are all kinds of videos online showing this magical reveal of the author seeing, smelling, touching, and listening to the sounds as the pages move through their fingers. A writer’s dream comes to life…
The Writer in Me
Middle school was where I truly began to appreciate the power of the pen. I honestly thought I was stupid until essay questions became more standard on tests. The biggest complaint I would get is there were too many details, but little did they know that was just my divergent brain taking in the limitless…