Strength Finders 2.0 by Tom Rath The Art of Saying No by Damon Zahariades The Self-Love Experiment by Shannon Kaiser
Book: Detour Down Desperation Road Author: Ann Renigar Hiatt, Ph.D. Genre: Nonfiction Basic Description: One day your loved one begins forgetting things and you realize that it is more than normal aging. You don’t know where to go or what to do. Dr. Ann’s stories place you into the emotional and physical pressures on loving people whoContinue reading “Arden Review: Detour Down Desperation Road (author interview included)”
Local authors tell stories of pain that leads to triumph.
Book: One Happy Divorce: Hold the Bulls#!t Author: Jennifer Hurvitz Weintraub Genre: Nonfiction, Relationships Basic Description: One Happy Divorce-Hold the Bulls#!t evolved from The Truth Hurvitz, the relationship blog by Jennifer Hurvitz Weintraub, and it’s as real as it gets. We all know divorce is tough, but it doesn’t have to be miserable! A happy exContinue reading “Arden Recommends: One Happy Divorce”
Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone by Brené Brown The Hundred Story Home: A Journey of Homelessness, Hope, and Healing by Kathy Izard Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger As I continue to watch so much strife unfold on social media, I want to encourage whoever isContinue reading “WBTV Segment from September 25, 2017”
In early June 2017, I had the privilege of meeting loads of authors as part of Gaston Arts Council’s Arts in the Park event. Enjoy this video full of amazing talent and lots of book options. And check out other ways to connect with Gaston Arts Council here.
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It’s Spring and love is in the air on WBTV… The #100 Love Notes Project: A Love Story by Hyong Yi 100 Love Notes by Hyong Yi I Love You, Stinky Face by Lisa Mccourt and Cyd Moore
I had this thought for a Valentine’s Day book… I’d read a book from a top dating coach and give you all the thumbs up or thumbs down on it. I chose You Lost Him at Hello: From Dating to “I Do” by Jess McCann. Many years ago I read so many dating books. a) I’m aContinue reading “Arden Recommends: Valentine’s Day”
Poverty. Of adults with the lowest literacy levels, 43 percent live in poverty, and 70% of adult welfare recipients have low literacy levels. There is a clear correlation between more education and higher earnings, and between higher educational scores and higher earnings. — Adult Literacy Facts I first became aware of how low literacy cripplesContinue reading “Arden Recommends: Volunteering”