Meet the Author! Today Reader Views talks with Dawn King, author of “Root Rise Roar: Transforming Trauma into Your Brave and Beautiful Life”
#books #reading #meettheauthor #authorinterview #readerviews … More MEET THE AUTHOR. Getting to Know Dawn King, Author of “Root, Rise, Roar: Transforming Trauma into Your Brave and Beautiful Life”
“Root, Rise, Roar: Transforming Trauma into Your Brave and Beautiful Life” unveils author Dawn King’s life episodes. She has risen from tolerating a fragile upbringing that saw her master self-protection strategies as a result of negligent parenting to becoming a renowned writer and inspirational figure for thousands of emotionally anguished victims, therapists, and coaches, as well as trauma-informed professionals. … More “Root, Rise, Roar” by Dawn King
Personal narrative and mindset play a significant role in our lives. The story you tell yourself can be empowering, leading you to great success. But it can also be soul-sucking and destructive, causing stagnancy in your life. Lorry Leigh Belhumeur, Ph.D., the author of “Mastering Resilience” is well-versed in tackling the latter. … More “Mastering Resilience” by Lorry Leigh Belhumeur, Ph.D.
Are you a woman standing at a crossroads, not sure of where to go in life? Have you suffered hardship and want to make life better? Then look no further than “The Science of Getting Rich for Women” by Sara Connell. Filled with a variety of ways to manifest and attract abundance into your life, the stories of women who worked their way up to success offer inspiration, ideas, and guidance along the way. … More “The Science of Getting Rich for Women” by Sara Connell
It’s a fact of life that parenting is one of the most difficult things that a parent will do and experience; yet despite this outlook, it is equally one of the most rewarding experiences. Parenting can be a “hot” or touchy topic in certain circles, with everyone having their own beliefs based on past or current circumstances.
In “The Power of PR Parenting,” Marjie Hadad, an author, international public relations expert, mother, wife, and holder of numerous other titles, presents PR (public relations) skills practiced, performed, and perfected in various settings – on the job with clients and in a professional environment and at home among family and friends in a more relaxed environment. … More “The Power of PR Parenting” by Marjie Hadad
Ghost House is a collection of short stories by author Sara Connell and each of these stories is truly excellent. They are full of horror, hauntings, very dark humor, and surprising endings. What more could a reader want? I highly recommend the book if you enjoy this kind of story. Each of the stories offers the reader something different and all of them are spellbinding in the telling. … More “Ghost House” by Sara Connell
Author Rachel L. Rider owns MettaWorks LLC, specializing in executive coaching for some of the uppermost leaders in the technology industry. Her book, “Who You Are Is How You Lead,” combines her industry experience, credentials, and insights to share with readers her proven MettaWorks Method. … More “Who You Are Is How You Lead” by Rachel L. Rider
A Fed Spirit is an insightful glimpse into the operation of the Federal Reserve Bank, told in a distinctive way by author Emma Clare. The story is a great blend of history, banking, and fiction and is creatively told through the narrator, Lucy, a ghost who was employed at the Fed and died there more than one hundred years earlier. … More “A Fed Spirit” by Erma Clare
We’ve all heard that you cannot pour from an empty cup – well, think of your heart as your cup; every time you nurture yourself with kindness and compassion, you pour, and before you know it, it is full to the brim! That being said, practicing self-love can be a completely foreign concept, but fear not! Rachel Madorsky, LCSW, has created this charming book to give you a starting point so you can become your biggest fan in less than a week. … More “How to Love Yourself” by Rachel Madorsky
Praesidium is the story of Kathryn Bek, or Kate, as she is known. Kate has just graduated from college and meets Raphael, a mysterious man who offers her the perfect job in New York City. While Kate thinks that she is being hired for her degree in marketing, it turns out that Raphael is hiring her for a different reason. Instead of sitting behind a desk, this wonderful character finds out that she has special powers she did not know about and is plunged, along with the rest of the new team, into a world of mystery, magic, and outright mayhem as she discovers these new talents. In addition, Kate’s past comes front and center, since the key to saving herself and the world apparently lies in the secrets of her past and her family. … More “Praesidium” by McKinley Aspen