Creating a Successful Book Launch Teamwork is the Key! Shannon, Marie and Judie – an outstanding planning committee The mission of my book launch for Cane Confessions was a little different from what I’ve seen other authors focus on. I
With one day until the book launch for Cane Confessions: The Lighter Side to Mobility, I’d like to share how it all came together. This is the fun part, when the book is done and it’s time to gather everyone together and
When my writing colleague asked for people to join her blog tour to introduce her new book, I quickly volunteered for the task. I love romance and couldn’t wait to find out more about her book and characters! But I’m jumping ahead of myself.
“I have a vision-impaired friend who has a basket ministry,” Marilyn said when I mentioned I wanted to have some giveaway baskets. “She collects things to add to baskets and does a lovely job.”
“She’s got the job!” I joked, noting that it was a volunteer position.
One of my favorite characters in Mobility Matters is “Buddy,” the four-legged
Even as a youth, Buddy had a way of drawing people to him.
companion I brought back from the Middle East. A quiet, unobtrusive stray black Lab mix I picked up at the men’s branch of the college where I teach, Buddy slowly but steadily wagged his way into my hea
I notice a pattern in these kinds of things. Something I expected to fall into place goes terribly wrong, and I think, oh no, my life is ruined. Nothing is going to work out.
October 1 begins National Disabilities Employment Month AND National Cane Safety Month. Looking back, I’m amazed at my own progress! A year ago, these issues were not part of my active vocabulary
What one friend has caused you to look at your situation as it really was? Or has been a cheerleader in your life? What qualities do you appreciate in a friend? Share it in the comments below.
Order of Events Scheduled:
Words from the Author
Prayer for success and outreach of
Mobility Matters: Stepping Out in Faith
Question and Answer Session
Book Signing / Sales