Love Liberty & Lip Gloss: ‘Just Believe’ with Lisa Tarves

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Last night on Love Liberty & Lip Gloss I interviewed my dear friend and biz partner Lisa Tarves on the release of Just Believe: Commonsense Spirituality for the 21st Century. If you missed the broadcast, click below to listen to Lisa talk about angels, chakras, holistic health, and her plans for Writestream Radio and Writestream Publishing!

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‘Common Ground on Common Core’ with Kirsten Lombard

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Back in February I interviewed the indefatigable Kirsten Lombard, founder of Resounding Books, political activist, editor, and author about Common Ground on Common Core: Voices from across the Political Spectrum Expose the Realities of the Common Core State Standards.

If you missed this important interview, click to listen.

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Kirsten is now offering a $2.00 discount on the book to my blog readers, as you will note from the ad in the right sidebar. Just click on the ad, then type in Promo Code DARIANNE.

Whether you have children and grandchildren or just care about the future of our country and the preservation of individual liberty, this book is a must-read. Buy Common Ground on Common Core: Voice from across the Political Spectrum Expose the Realities of the Common Core State Standards today.

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Just Believe: Commonsense Spirituality for the 21st Century – Now on Amazon!

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My dear friend and Writestream biz partner Lisa Tarves’ new book is now live on Amazon! Check out Just Believe: Commonsense Spirituality for the 21st Century in Kindle and paperback.

Read my interview with Lisa at Writestream Publishing. Here’s a brief excerpt:

1. Why a new edition to Just Believe?

I published Just Believe originally in 2012 through a large, well-known self-publishing company. When the book first came out I was proud that I had finally written my story, but I wasn’t thrilled with the finished product. It lacked my personality on the front cover and even the wording on the back cover wasn’t what I wanted. I was very much on my own with this company and since I had never published before, I needed guidance as to what my options were and how the finished product would look. I didn’t get that guidance. I was an account number to them. Now that I have my own publishing company and I know all the options and possibilities, I knew I could make “Just Believe” really my own and have it totally reflect me as a person. I also have two more books that will be part of this “series” so I wanted consistency in cover design and style.

2. What do you mean by “commonsense spirituality?

Something I say often and is a big part of what I teach as a metaphysician is “common sense.” To solve most of our problems or answer our questions, all we have to do is really use our guts and things become very clear. Plus, I keep it simple in this book. I don’t make spirituality out to be the complicated subject that many authors do. I want it to be something anyone reading can relate with and understand.

3. Are there new things readers will learn about you and your work?

Yes. I hit a wall in 2014 early 2015 and questioned everything. I questioned my faith and had to decide if I still myself believed. It no longer mattered that I had amazing spiritual and metaphysical experiences throughout my life, I questioned everything. I explain what happened in the Preface to the book.

Read the rest of the interview at Writestream Publishing.

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Missed ‘Snobby Girl’ Maureen Miles Bucci on Writestream? Listen to Archive

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Maureen Miles Bucci was my special guest this afternoon on Writestream Tuesday to commemorate Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month – September. During today’s broadcast, we also spoke with two wonderful women: Jody from the Norma Leah Ovarian Cancer Foundation, and Kitty, an oncology nurse who treated Maureen during her cancer battle.

Thank to all participants, today’s show was informative and helpful for anyone dealing with cancer and their caregivers. Click below to listen and share with your friends, family, and contacts. Thanks.

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Miami Breast Cancer Experts: Your Indispensable Guide to Breast Health

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It’s been an amazing, educational journey through the world of breast cancer diagnosis and treatment as one of the Writestream Publishing editors for Miami Breast Cancer Experts: Your Indispensable Guide to Breast Health. Today we released the book’s beautiful front cover designed by Kia Heavey.

Once we have all testimonials back from beta readers, we’ll complete the back cover. The outpouring of support for this project from many influential people has been amazing and I am looking forward to attending the Miami Breast Cancer Experts Book Signing on October 17 at Books and Books in Miami. If you live in South Florida, join us!

Click here for more information.

Here’s a lovely photo of the two authors:

Sabrina Hernandez-Cano and Cindy Papale-Hammontree.

Sabrina Hernandez-Cano and Cindy Papale-Hammontree.

Hope to see you at the book signing on October 17!

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