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Fiona Louise currently contributes to anthologies and co-authors books in the self-help genre as a way to help others on their journey.
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In this book, over 200 beautiful souls -- including bestselling authors Jodi Chapman, Dan Teck, Arielle Ford, Peggy McColl, Christy Whitman, and Carol Tuttle -- share how they connect with their soul with the hopes that it will help you connect with yours as well.
There are 365 ways to connect with your soul inside this book, including meditative practices, being in nature, playing and creating, receiving messages from loved ones on the other side, changing your thoughts, raising your vibration, spending time with your pets, and so much more!
Our soul is our lifeline to the universe, and staying connected to it helps us stay connected to all that is. This book shows that connecting with our soul can be easy and doesn't have to take a lot of time. There's no right or wrong way to read it! You can flip through at random -- letting your soul lead the way -- or you can read one passage each day.
Whether you're already plugged in and are looking for fun ways to deepen your connection, or you are feeling disconnected and are looking for loving ways to plug back in, this book is the perfect tool to support you in aligning with your soul and the universe at any given moment!
The world can be a beautiful place where goodness abounds. But sometimes, when we see all the negativity and divisiveness in the news, it's easy to feel discouraged and disheartened, wondering what happened to the caring world we want to be part of.
Now more than ever, it's important to look for, find, and celebrate the many examples of good-hearted people expressing kindness...every day, in endless ways.
This book includes 365 true stories (from over 275 authors) of people all over the world expressing kindness. These stories will lift your spirits, restore your faith in humanity, and remind you that goodness truly does abound.
The real-life examples of goodness described in this book include:
- receiving a helping hand from a complete stranger
- feeling cared for by family, friends, and neighbors
- being truly appreciated by a teacher or co-worker
- witnessing a community come together for a worthy cause
- seeing a charity make a positive difference in people's lives
- and so much more!
These stories (one page each for quick inspiration!) were written to encourage you to turn on your "goodness radar" - to inspire you to reflect on the kindness you've experienced in your own life, to be on the lookout for more, and to have faith that goodness truly is alive and well in our world!
The world really needs you to show up and make it a better place. This is what happens when you share your gifts and talents with others who need your support. This is how you create your legacy! The time is now!
A donation on behalf of all the contributing authors of this book has been made to No Kid Hungry, Our help will allow this charity to continue their work to ensure every kid gets three meals a day.
The 365 unique miracles shared in these pages include:
- near-death experiences,
- communicating with loved ones on the other side,
- healing from illness,
- a-ha moments,
- signs from the universe,
- and so much more!
While the experiences themselves vary greatly, each of these moments transformed the authors and connected them to something much bigger than themselves. These true-life stories (one page each - for quick inspiration!) were written with love and infused with the intention that you'll be on the lookout for moments of grace to show up in your own life...and that you'll be open to receiving them when they do!
In this book, over 250 beautiful souls share such life-changing moments - experiences that inspired, uplifted, shook us to our core, got us back on track (or onto a new track altogether), and led us toward our true selves.
The 365 inspiring stories include:
- discovering your purpose,
-experiencing a spiritual awakening,
-leaving a job/relationship/home/religion to follow your soul's whispers,
-bravely opening up to love,
-receiving messages from beyond,
-tapping into your inner strength,
-finding the beauty and wisdom in all of life, even in the difficult moments,
-and so much more!
While the experiences themselves vary greatly, each of these moments transformed the authors and helped them shift in a positive way. These true stories (one page each - for quick inspiration!) were written with love and infused with the intention that you'll be able to discover the beauty in your own life shifts, too.
A donation on behalf of all the contributing authors of this book has been made to Friends of Mexican Animal Welfare (Friends), organized to combat animal suffering.
The gifts of gratitude described inside include the subjects of children, pets, nature, travel and, in one case, mushrooms. We also list our favorite causes we support.
And we are pleased to share the results with you in this book celebrating gratitude: the inspirational essays, narratives and insights. The intention of this book is to empower and uplift you, too, to notice what's around you and give appreciation.
Thank you for reading—and celebrating—gratitude!
Contributors include Martin Salama, Holly R. Fitzpatrick, Rich Liotta, Crystal Rector, LaVerne M. Byrd, Katherine Cobb, Carol Brusegar, Irena Kay, Rick Binder, Rebecca Brown, Patti Smith, Jen DG, Linda Bittle, Shona Battersby, Ruth McGarry, Uranchimeg (Urna) Belanger, Roberta Gold, Bill McCarthy, Kerri McManus, and Asha Khalil.
Also Judi G. Reid, Gwyn Goodrow, Joe Raab, Veronica Hollingsworth, Nikki Brown, Anne M. Skinner, Susan P. Sloan, Daphne Bach Greer, Fiona-Louise, Grace Kusta Nasralla, Merwyn Evans, Lisa S. Campbell, Dr. Ola B. Madsen, Carol Trant Dean, Connie Ragen Green, and Heidi Miller-Ford.
Also Marcelle della Faille, Carol Stockall, Michelle Francik, Michelle Barrial, Mary Anne Strange, Paula S. Webb, Norma Bonner Elmore, Ruben J. Rocha, Linda Faulk, Leasha West, Maxiann Forbes, Shari-Jayne Boda, Ellen Watts, Diana Bianchi, and Lorrie M. Nixon.
Also Charlisa E. Delancy-Cash, Carol Caffey, Barbara Watson, Nancy J. Haberstich, Mary Duggan, Rachel A. Kowalski, Joel Bloom, Carla Parvin, LC Plaunt, Steve Sponseller, Diane Kurzava, Holly Pitas, Corynne Stickley, Tara Kachaturoff, Mary Choo, Letitia Hicks, Karen Hannon, Susan Hayes, Debbie Bolton, Metka Lebar, Rocky Henriques, Donna Mogan, Bonita Bandaries, and Maria E Davis.
Also Gregory Hoffmaster, La Wanna G. Parker, Alberta Fredricksen, Dawn Rafferty, Margy Lang, Robyn MacKillop, Audrey Berry, Caroline Ravelo, Brenda Lanigan, Taeko Hayatsu, Clay Morgan, Ingrid Cook, Peggy Lee Hanson, Donna Burgher, LuWanda Ford, Tonia Sample, Julaina Kleist-Corwin, Kit Rosato, and Cherry-Ann Carew.
Also Adrienne Dupree, Anne Domagala, Warren L. Henderson, Jr., Ruth Strebe, Katie De Souza, Gabby De Souza, Suzanne Cousins, Melissa Ellen Penn, J. Russell Burck, Louise Lavergne, and Katrina Oko-Odoi.
That was the prompt for this edition of The Community Book Project. A group of 100+ contributing authors answered this question in 200 words or less. Their entries are gathered here. This book includes stories about living out loud (and on your own). There are tales of friends and flags and even one about online dating.
Take them in and think about this question, too: What does independence mean to you?
Thank you to our contributing authors, listed below:
Paula S. Webb
Ruben J. Rocha
Carol Anne Cooper
Marcelle della Faille
John A. Williams
Cody Dakota Wooten
Donna L. Martin
Jason Wright Downs
Connie Ragen Green
Harold K. Thompkins
Marie A. Levy
Melissa Ellen Penn
Tara Alexandra Kachaturoff
Irena Kay, MD
Christine L. Cunningham
Holly R. Fitzpatrick
Angela I Schutz
Lorrie M. Nixon
Carol Stockall MD
Lori R. Winslow
Dixie L. Thompson
Michael Bimbo Ojelabi
Warren L. Henderson, Jr.
Cheryl A Major
Norma Bonner Elmore
Daphne Bach Greer
Susan J Walklate
Judi G. Reid
Shirley J. Noah
Melanie G. Robinson
Sharon G Teed
Eszter Molnar Mills
Nancy Lee Bentley
Charlisa E. Delancy
Melisse L Campbell
Joanna Lynn Faulk
Peggy Lee Hanson
Phillip D. Woolfolk
Katie De Souza
Mary Alice Long
Michael E. Bourland
together to submit essays on a particular theme. In a weekend.
The everyday joys described include the subjects of children, pets, nature, travel and, in one
These authors are examples of everyday joy, too. And so are our readers.
Now we share with you the results of that weekend: the inspirational essays, narratives and
insights. The intention of this book is to empower and uplift you, too, to be a more joyful being.
Thank you for reading—and celebrating—everyday joy!
EVERYDAY JOY contributors include:
Diane Kurzava, Holly Fitzpatrick, Norma Bonner Elmore, Michael E. Bourland, Terri Stovall, Marcelle della Faille, Lindy Schneider, Heidi MillerFord, Paula S Webb, Susie Jumper, Megan SaintMarie, Melissa Ellen Penn, Nicki Steinberger, Michelle Barrial, Angie Mangino, Michell Pulliam, Daphne Bach Greer, Rev. Christopher L. Smith, and Suzanne Alba.
Also, Shona Battersby, Warren L. Henderson, Jr., Leasha West, Ayesha Hilton, Dr. Marilyn Joyce, Ruth McGarry, Graham Wade, Gwyn Goodrow, Kimberly Schramm, David A. Chaumette, Cheryl Major, Sheri Graubert, Cody Wooten, Karen Hannon, Florence R. De Silva, Joyce Blue, Veronica Hollingsworth, Tracy Glass, Judy Morton, Lori R. Winslow, Teresa Miller, Konstantine Kundanis, Sarah-Jane Watson, Debbie Bolton, Gloria HowardSmith, and Andy Anderson.
Also, Judi G. Reid, Jen DG, Margy Lang, Rich Liotta, Kit Rosato, Ruben J. Rocha, Brittany N. Smith, Larisa Sharipova, Julaina Kleist-Corwin, Linda Faulk, LaVerne M. Byrd, Rebecca Brown, Dan Klatt, Shari-Jayne Boda, Michelle Francik, Bonnie Ebsen Jackson, Susan Shatzer, Connie Ragen Green, Lee Startegies, and LuWanda Ford.
Also, Gregory Paul Hoffmaster, Bill McCarthy, Frances O. Thomas, Asha Khalil, Moira Shepard, Alana Mander, Steve Sponseller, Tara Myers, Nicholas Yakima, Courtney Berry, Robyn MacKillop, Nancy J. Haberstich, Donna Burgher, Sally White, Fiona Louise, Katie Weiser, Martin Salama, S. Newman and Michelle Denier.
Also, Mary Anne Strange, Adrienne Dupree, Trina M. Bailey, Kristi Dement, Anne M. Skinner, JoAn Richardson, Helen Leighton Phelps, Lorrie M. Nixon, Tanya McGill Freeman, Jeanine Byers, Elandra Kirsten Meredith, Katie De Souza, Rev J Russell Burck, and Shanley Weston.
WHAT WE LOVE describes relationships with children, spouses, pets, nature, travel and more.
We are pleased to share the results with you in this book celebrating love: the inspirational essays, narratives and insights. The intention of this book is to empower and uplift you, too, to notice what's around you that's ready for love from you.
Thank you for reading—and celebrating—what we love!
Danielle Guerin; Nancy Moorhouse; Susan Shatzer; Holly R Fitzpatrick; Connie Ragen Green; Nicole Bissett; Katie De Souza; Cody Dakota Wooten; Martin Salama; Lori Sweet; Dr. Irena Kay; Diane Kurzava; Kim Forthofer; LaVerne M. Byrd; Michelle Francik; Marcelle della Faille; Jen DG; Tara Alexandra Kachaturoff; Charlisa E. Delancy-Cash; Chineme Noke; Paula S Webb; Carol Stockall; Cheryl A Major; Lorrie M. Nixon; Carma Spence; Sylvio Roy; Carol Brusegar; Ruben J. Rocha; Heidi Miller-Ford; Asha Khalil; Warren L. Henderson; LC Plaunt; Margy Lang; Alberta Fredricksen; Shona Battersby; Crystal Rector; Mary Anne Strange; Bill McCarthy; Stewart Forthofer; Pamela James; Julaina Kleist-Corwin; Taeko Hayatsu; Colin Bird; Melissa Ellen Penn; Robyn Campbell; Patti Smith; Joyce Blue; Melanie Day; Merwyn Evans; Shirley J. Noah; Diana Bianchi; Ruth McGarry; Roberta Gold; Barbara Cole; LuWanda Ford; Robyn MacKillop; Fiona-Louise; Norma Bonner Elmore; Kerri McManus; Sharon G. Teed; Suzy Taylor Oakley; Judi G. Reid; Mary Choo; Francis Heran; Metka Lebar; Mike Myers; Gwyn Goodrow; Daphne Bach Greer; Joe Raab; Nikki Brown; Donna M. Mogan; Dixie L. Thompson; Sergey Skudaev; Holly Pitas; Rebecca Brown; Letitia Hicks; Patrice Porter; Lori R Winslow; Karen Hannon; Barbara Watson; Carol Caffey; Donna Burgher; Nancy Haberstich; Dona C. Murphy; Tina Nies; Susan J Walklate; Beth Munro; Debbie Bolton; Joy Harris; Michelle Denier; Angela Boothroyd; Leasha West; Renee A. Moses; Gregory Paul Hoffmaster; Melinda J. Kelly; Benjamin M. Boyle; Suzanne S. Farmer; Corinne McKeown; Michael E. Bourland; Nancy Haberstich; Anitra S. White; Dawn Eileen; Megan Saint-Marie; Nancy Haberstich; Diane L. Haworth; Michelle Barrial; Nicole Toomey Davis; Ginger Wellspring; Peggy S. Lynn; Agata Szkiela; Maria Falcon; Tonia Sample; Ruth Strebe; Jewelle Colwell Boldt; Marius Bill; Danielle Guerin.
Ready to Open Up to the Magic That Surrounds You?
Have you ever received a sign from the universe, a piece of divine guidance, or a seemingly commonplace message that helped you steer your life in a better direction?
In this fifth and final book from the bestselling 365 Book Series, over 200 beautiful souls each share a meaningful message that they received, from either here on Earth or beyond, that helped to shift their life in a positive way. It’s our hope that reading these messages will inspire you to be on the lookout for messages in your own life, too! The 365 messages shared within these pages range from the miraculous to the mundane (but still important), from the spiritual to the secular, from the subtle to the dramatic.
Some examples include:
- receiving loving guidance from the other side (e.g., God, the universe, a loved one who has passed, your angels, spirit guides),
- getting a tangible sign that came just when you needed it most,
- having a conversation with someone (a friend, family member, or even a complete stranger) that steered you in a more positive direction,
- hearing your soul’s wisdom loud and clear,
- and so much more!
While the experiences themselves vary greatly, each of these messages transformed the authors and helped them connect more deeply to their life. These true-life stories (one page each – for quick inspiration!) were written with love and infused with the intention that you’ll be on the lookout for soulful messages of your own and that you’ll be open to receiving them when they show up in your life!
If there were 20 people contributing, the editor would be happy. More than 70 did.
They worked with the suggested themes of career, finances and relationships—and were asked to keep entries to 200 words or less. (More difficult than it sounds.) They embraced the challenge to provide readers with mini-doses of inspiration—whether read in one sitting or one before bed each night.
They submitted their pieces within a tight timeline. They took part in a two-hour editing marathon and watched as their writing was reviewed and polished to shine brighter.
They cheered with every update and marveled at their own ability.
These authors are success stories in themselves.
Now we share with you the results of that weekend: the inspirational essays, narratives and insights about success in relationships, career, finances and life. Our intention is this book will empower and uplift you, too, to be your better self and let your success shine.
Contributing authors include Dan Murray; Norma Bonner Elmore, Ed.D.; Dr. Klara Gubacs-Collins; John A. Williams, MSc; Carol Stockall, MD; Shona Battersby; Bonnie D. Hilberer, DTM; Michelle Weidenbenner; Marcelle della Faille; Paula Webb; LaVerne M. Byrd; Viki Stanley-Hutchison; Jennifer Murphy; Hobby Parent; Trisha Faye; Nancy J. Haberstich, RN; Debbie Bolton; Julaina Kleist-Corwin; Janice Henslee; SharonAnn Hamilton; Elandra Kirsten Meredith; Chipo Shambare; Leasha West; and Teresa Abram.
Also contributing are Kimberley Wiggins; Margy Lang; Linda Easthouse; Jacques Soine; Tammy Atchley; Tim C. Star; Natalie Endsley; Peter Wallin; Michelle Denier; Soochen Low;
Sarah-Jane Watson; Fiona-Louise; Anne M. Skinner; Bill McCarthy; Shelly O'Donovan; Donna Burgher; Robyn MacKillop, Ph.D.; Jeanine Byers; Metka Lebar; Lynn Dorman, Ph.D.; Irena Kay, M.D.; Donna M. Mogan, Ph.D.; Myrna L. Hill, M.A. LMFT; and Warren L. Henderson, Jr.
Also taking part are Sawsan Abubaker; Karen K. Lowry; Shawn Carroll Morris; Connie Ragen Green; Kelly A. Johnson; Bonnie Ebsen Jackson; Frances O. Thomas, M. Ed.; Peggy Lee Hanson; Lee Startegies; Doria Musaga; Mary Anne Strange; Ellen McNeill; Neil Peet; Katie De Souza; Dr. Joanna Faulk; Veronica Hollingsworth; Kaye Blahak;
Daphne Bach Greer ; Tara Alexandra; Gregory Paul Hoffmaster; Asha Khalil; Yvonne B. Garris; and Howard Bush.