Monday, February 25, 2008

Guest Author's ~ Pump Up Your Book Promotion

Dyan Garris will be my guest author on March 4th and I will post my book review both at my blog: and website: of "Money and Manifesting," March 7th ~ "You think positive thoughts. You apply the laws of attraction. You visualize. You even clear pathways to abundance. And you manifest nothing. Now you want to find out exactly what to do about it. You want wealth. You want prosperity. You want transformation. You want the truth. Here you will discover the real secrets to money and manifesting. What you learn will change your life forever.

Thomas Wade Bounds will be my guest author on March 18th and I will post my book review on March 19th ~ both at my blog: and website:

Book Aimed at Fostering Parent Child Discussions on Teen Choices Charlotte, NC, Jan 2, 2008 - Today's news is filled with stories of concern for teens and parents as a teen celebrity announces her pregnancy at age 16 and how schools and other organizations are supporting overly permissive behavior by teens. The media is pushing the wrong message just use birth control. That is not the answer or the right choice for teens. Parents impact your teen's choices while you can. Thomas Wade Bounds' Choices, My Secrets ($9.99, paperback, 978-1-60477-369-9) is an interactive way to help parents and teens come together and discuss openly the consequences some choices made without consideration can have on a teen and their family's life. It is a tool to help set a better understanding of their choices, relationship expectations and positive, godly goals toward their family values which may help prevent similar choices. This is the first in a series that Tom is writing on choices for young teens and their parents. You can find out more here:

In April, positive psychologist Dr. Barbara Becker Holstein is touring with us again for the girl’s version of her book The Truth. She will be my guest author on April 18th and I will post my book review on April 21st ~ both at my blog: and website:

Dorothy Thompson reviewed the adult version ate: This book has been slightly altered to appeal to the pre-teen and early teen market and it has a brilliant new cover.

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