Within our Brave family, many of our alumni storytellers are also published authors! We know that reading is such a powerful tool for recovery, so for Mental Health Month, we want to share these incredible books by inviting our alum authors to chat with us about their books. Each Wednesday in May, we’ll host #BraveDays conversations with our incredible published alumni authors.
Nita Sweeney – Columbus 2019 Alum https://youtu.be/ClLPf8CQb1M Depression Hates a Moving Target: How Running With My Dog Brought Me Back From the Brink
Charita Cole Brown – Baltimore 2018 Alum https://youtu.be/yClfTPSYy10 Defying the Verdict: My Bipolar Life
Elise Seyfried – Philly 2018 Alum https://youtu.be/Kv-l3WJNQN0 Unhaling: On God, Grace and a Perfectly Imperfect Life, Underway: Reflections On Everyday Grace, Everyday Matters, In Discovery: Thoughts on an Unfolding Life
During this pandemic, people need all the support they can get. Mango Publishing wants to share the wisdom of its authors.
“Wisdom from the Heart During These Challenging Times” is a panel discussion that welcomes inspiring authors to share their wisdom and natural talents. They also provide helpful tips and practices for implementing self-care, love, compassion, and connection.
This week is about “The Power of Story.” Our magnificent group will learn where stories come from and how they are made even greater with the narratives we add.
Come join our transcending conversation and immerse yourself in thought-provoking conversations.
The authors will take questions from the audience.
This is a virtual panel, held on Zoom. Please arrive early. To register, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org and she will send you the link.
*The panel includes*
Kate Farrell is a storyteller, author, and librarian. She founded the Word Weaving Storytelling Project and has published numerous educational materials on storytelling. Kate is the author of “Story Power: Secrets to Creating, Crafting, and Telling Memorable Stories.”
Sherry Richert Belul, author of “Say it Now: 33 Creative Ways to Say I Love You to the Most Important People in Your Life,” is the founder of Simply Celebrate, a business dedicated to helping people live colorful, connected, creative lives of love and appreciation.
Nita Sweeney is the award-winning author of the running and mental health memoir, Depression Hates a Moving Target, and co-creator of the writing journal, You Should Be Writing. Nita founded Mind, Mood, and Movement a wellness Facebook Group.
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Thank You for Your Patience – Write Now Columbus – September 2019 A friend recently posted an Ashley Stahl meme with alternatives to “I’m Sorry.” “I’m sorry I’m late”