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How Women Can Become Engaging, Memorable, and Fearless Speakers (Review of Out Front)

WOW.  I am confident that I have broken a few of her suggestions by writing such a long review.  There were so many great takeaways from this book that I want to share with you.  I highlighted even more than this on my ebook version.   In summary,  if you are a female speaker, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you read this book.  She has so many practical tips that you can start implementing immediately.  I…

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Interview with Cassie Byram, Creator of TreasureToons

 Donna: I watched the “Making of TreasureToons” video on your website (TreasureToons.com) and was fascinated!  Tell me about of your Creative Team. I believe your sons have been involved in the process?  Cassie: My sons, Jonathan and Benjamin, assisted me in composing and producing the songs. Jonathan composed all of the orchestrations and arrangements. I nabbed him right out of college. Jonathan had graduated from Wheaton College with a degree in composition and when he…

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Interview with Brian Wells, Author of League and Lantern

MTAR Brian Wells Interview League and Lantern International Christian Retail Show June, 2016 Donna: First, tell us a little about your book and what inspired you to write it. Brian: The book is my heart. Whether we have been doing television, movies or our other projects, my heart has always been 9-14 year old kids. I just feel like middle school time is just “wet cement” for kids’ formation. I have always felt like I had…

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Do you allow your job to define who you are? by Cynthia Ruchti

I have not read this fiction book, Song of Silence yet but this article caught my attention.  I often do this; allow my job to define me.  Might be a great read for many of us to remind us of our identity. Happy Reading,  Donna Cynthia Ruchti calls readers to redefine who and whose they are when life hits a sour note. Seattle: What’s the first thing mentioned when introducing two strangers? Typically, one person…

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Terri Blackstock Interview – If I Run

Fans of Christian fiction will find an unlikely heroine within the pages of New York Times best-selling author Terri Blackstock’s latest release, If I Run (Zondervan/February 16, 2016/ ISBN: 978-0310332435/$15.99). Wanting to feature a heroine different from what some readers might be used to, Blackstock’s protagonist, Casey Cox, isn’t a Christian, and when her life becomes complicated, she resorts to lies – even crime – to survive. While Casey is broken in many ways, Blackstock…

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