Archive for the ‘Mind, Body, Spirit’ Category

January Jones-Smile and Succeed with Kirt Manecke

Meet: Kirt’s book Smile & Succeed for Teens: Must-Know People Skill for Today’s Wired World is a crash course in face-to-face communication.  Winner of the Mom’s Choice Gold Award honoring excellence in family friendly products, the Teachers’ Choice Award for the Classroom, and the Independent Publishers’ Gold Award recognizing excellence, Smile & Succeed for Teens is the perfect book to ensure your teens put down their cell phones, make eye contact, have a conversation and get a job.

Kirt Manecke is an award-winning author and sales, marketing, fundraising, and business development specialist. He is an expert at surprising and delighting customers.Kirt Manecke

January Jones-Looking Up with Cynthia Olsen

Healthy living advocate and successful award winning author and publisher Cynthia Bellini Olsen shares her story of a lifetime of cultivating the best living practices for optimal holistic health, healthy aging, courage and spiritual resolve featured in her latest book LOOKING UP.

About Cynthia Olsen
Cynthia Olsen (pen name) is the author of several award winning books and a successful publisher. Ms Olsen began writing books on health in 1989. Her journey had led her to create an enterprising publishing company in 1990, Kali Press, committed to works addressing the full spectrum of life awareness, with concentration on natural healing modalities. She delighted in the opportunity to assist other authors, research multiple books on complimentary health choices and to become a welcomed speaker regarding health and publishing.

January Jones-Chasing Harpo with Alan Black

Alan Black 


 Meet: Alan Black has been writing novels since 1996. His writing tastes are as eclectic as his reading preferences. He is a #1 Amazon best selling author for Metal Boxes, a young adult, science fiction, military, action adventure. He has published thirteen books to date. Black is an indie multi-genre writer who has never met a good story he didn’t want to tell.

Alan Black’s vision statement: “I want my readers amazed they missed sleep because they could not put down one of my books. I want my readers amazed I made them laugh on one page and cry on the next. I want to give my readers a pleasurable respite from the cares of the world for a few hours.