Welcome to this month's BRAVE Interview with Melanie Delorme! I am a teacher, a wife, a mother, an author who was given the role of bereaved mom in 2008 when my 8-year-old son, Garrett, was accidentally shot and killed in a hunting accident. It would have been so easy to allow this horrific experience to … Continue reading The BRAVE Interview #22 May 2018: Melanie Delorme
Category: Brave books
BOOK REVIEW: ANGEL OF EVENTIDE by Elle Powers
I was pulled right in to the conversation between the angel and the woman at the outset of the book. But, is it an angel? Who is this woman? I have many questions and so I press on, intensely interested in how the answers would they reveal themselves. This is not only a story of compassion; … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: ANGEL OF EVENTIDE by Elle Powers
BOOK REVIEW: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
I got Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng on audio from the library. It was actually picked out by my daughter, because I 'needed' an audio book and I wasn't seeing anything that grabbed me.I am mentioning it because, coincidentally, one of the main characters in the book is named Izzy, the same as my … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng
The BRAVE Interview #17 December 2017: Amy B. Wells RN
This month’s interview is with Amy B. Wells, RN! I am an author and nurse anesthetist. I’ve had many phases in my life. I was an accountant for a long time (hated it with a passion). I stayed at home with my children for about five years, then went to nursing school when I was in … Continue reading The BRAVE Interview #17 December 2017: Amy B. Wells RN
BOOK REVIEW: Unipreneur by Laura Stewart Shortridge
This is my friend Laura's new book: Unipreneur: How to Live Your Passion in a House Full of Dream-Killers I loved reading this book! There were so many concepts that were introduced that resonated with me that I felt like I was having coffee and discussing my own life with my BFF. I loved also … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Unipreneur by Laura Stewart Shortridge
My novel is the pick for this month’s GET ARTSY BOOK CLUB!
I am excited to announce that my novel One Brave Thing has been chosen as the next book for the 'Get Artsy Book Club'! I have been a member of this book club as a reader for a few months now. I was drawn to the ‘Get Artsy Book Club’ because, well, I love books! More than … Continue reading My novel is the pick for this month’s GET ARTSY BOOK CLUB!
BOOK REVIEW: A MIND OF YOUR OWN by Kelly Brogan MD
A Mind of Your Own by Kelly Brogan MD is an important book. There is no other way to say it. If you are taking medication for depression/anxiety this book could quite possibly change your life! Even if you decide not to follow the protocol she outlines. How? Because after you read this book, you … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A MIND OF YOUR OWN by Kelly Brogan MD
Kary Oberbrunner, Exposed! Behind the scenes at the Igniting Souls Conference 2017
Ever wonder about this Kary Oberbrunner guy? I first met him online in a chatroom...No--wait! Kidding! I first met him online at one of the free webinars he hosted: How to Turn a Book into a 6-Figure Business My expectations were low. Full disclosure: I watch a lot of free webinars. I am never motivated to buy … Continue reading Kary Oberbrunner, Exposed! Behind the scenes at the Igniting Souls Conference 2017
BOOK REVIEW: Informed Consent: Critical Truths Essential to Your Health and to the Health of Future Generations by Michele Stanford, M.Ed., CHC
I began to read Michele’s story and as a woman, my heart was filled with compassion and empathy for her and the situation she was in. As an RN, my heart was filled with rage for how this patient was treated by her physician! Michele was not defined by her circumstances, however. Rather, she decided … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Informed Consent: Critical Truths Essential to Your Health and to the Health of Future Generations by Michele Stanford, M.Ed., CHC
Coming full circle (and announcing a free class!)
When I was in elementary school, I was in a new school every year. Every. Single. Year. No, my parents weren't in the military. My father was disabled, and when money got tight, we got moving. Kindergarten: The Hancock in Medford. First grade and half of second: The Emerson in Malden. Last half of second … Continue reading Coming full circle (and announcing a free class!)
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