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This is the "Why" book on nutrition; available on Amazon and FREE on Kindle Unlimited; $2.99 on Kindle.
I wrote this book for Robert A. Nash, MD, a neurologist in Virginia Beach. Available on Amazon.
Val Kilmer played the role of my client, Shirl Jennings, in the MGM adaptation of this true story. Available on Amazon.
A true story. Available on Amazon and FREE on Kindle Unlimited. A Hollywood reviewer said, "This is a wonderful story."
Life of the Soul is eternal; only the physical body fades away and "dies" when it is no longer needed. Your soul crosses the bridge between physical existence and eternity many times.
If you believe in eternal life this workbook is for you. All it takes is your willingness to believe that you truly are eternal.
If you believe in eternal life, where have you been? This workbook will help you explore the possibilities of other lives that impact your current incarnation - your fears or phobia; your likes and dislikes; your relationships - both good and bad. The German philosopher, Nietzsche said, "It is no more surprising to be born twice than it is once."
Arthur Schopenhauer said, "All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident."
It's a lot of work but we did it! A Juicy Joyful Life was #1 Hot Seller in Self-Esteem & Spirituality.
A light-hearted view at growing older.
I'm on a two-fold mission...
I believe that we must be both physically and spiritually sound if we want to be healthy and two life-altering events in my own life lead me to this conclusion.
My Mom, a medical and scientific illustrator for the CDC in Atlanta, was killed by proper use of prescription drugs. Since I was a journalism major in college and always enjoyed research, I put my education to use and started to study the health-care industry -- and I was appalled at what I learned. This put me on the path to physical health.
However, I also suffered from depression, off and on, for most of my life. It was only after I met a college professor, who triggered past-life memories, that I received the counseling I needed to get well. That counseling opened a new world to me and I realized that there are many people suffering the way I did because they also lacked the knowledge that only comes to us when we are realize that we are eternal and that our lives are about spiritual lessons. This put me on the path to reincarnation coaching.
Because I am passionate about both physical and spiritual health, I took formal classes on coaching, researched and wrote books, and was mentored by psychologists, medical doctors, and a Ph.D. in pharmacology.
I was the Director of Publications for two nutritional products companies, where my love of writing and my passion for health education was put to good use. I wrote and oversaw the production of newsletters, broadcast newspapers, magazines, sales flyers, marketing materials, brochures, and training manuals, and lectured on health and wellness throughout the USA.
In 1998, I broke my neck while working as a contractor for Turner Broadcasting, where I was writing quality control manuals in the accounting department (I also have an associate degree in accounting). Since I was no longer able to work (actually, Turner fired me because I was "disabled" - I know you won't believe that, but I have the letter to prove it), I decided to freelance. During my three years in rehabilitation, I wrote two contract books.
Robert A. Nash, MD, of Virginia Beach, hired me to write his book Common Sense Medicine - a medical doctor's prescription for health care in America.
MGM was making a motion picture, At First Sight, starring Val Kilmer, which was adapted from the true story of Shirl & Barb Jennings, of Atlanta. So, Barb & Shirl hired me to write the REAL story, At First Sight - the Shirl Jennings story.
In college (Georgia State University) my area of study was News Journalism (back in the day we published only facts), so I was schooled in economy of words -- be succinct and don't take up too much space!
I still write that way - with my tag line that writing must Inform, Inspire, and Entertain.
Glow Kids won a national business contest by Sprint, and I spent two days in NY with Jeffrey Seller, a Broadway producer.
My company, Cherokee Rose Publishing, is providing free coloring books to International Child Art Foundation for their website visitors. ICAF is one of the Top 25 Children's Charities in the USA.
I am the Financial Officer for CCMA, a non-profit that mentors socially and economically disadvantaged young men in the downtown Atlanta community.
With my favorite sports-talk guy Matt Chernoff of 680 The Fan.
Since I am a writer about wellness, I was invited to talk to the Atlanta chapter meeting of HEAL (Human Ecology Action League). Anyone who is interested in both the environment and their health will find a wealth of information on their site.