Loving in the Moment by Gina Lake

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

Gina Lake’s new book, Loving in the Moment: Moving from Ego to Essence in Relationships explores how to recognize and develop meaningful relationships in today’s world of doubt uncertainty and lack of trust. Moving from an ego-based life to compatible relationships with others isn’t easy and you must understand the factors that will sustain loving [...]

Author Profile – Sara Wiseman

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

Author Profile – Sara Wiseman, author – Writing the Divine What’s on your nightstand now? My journal, Divine Matrix by Gregg Braden, Matrix Energetics by Richard Bartlett, Frequency by Penney Peirce, The Vortex by Esther and Jerry Hicks…and the latest edition of Surfer magazine. What was your favorite book when you were a child? Harriet [...]

Author Profile – Dorothy Lecours

Saturday, April 3rd, 2010

An Author Profile with Dorothy Lecours, author of CHILDREN THE STAR POWERED TWINS DISCOVER THE SECRET OF WORDS What’s on your nightstand now? Six Law of Attraction Books What was your favorite book when you were a child? Nancy Drew, “The Hidden Staircase” Who are your top 3 favorite authors? Michael Losier Michael Bernard Beckwith [...]

A Simple Touch of Fate

Thursday, October 25th, 2007

An interview with one of the authors, Arlene Uslander…. Lauren Smith: Why did you write this collection of short stories? Arlene Uslander: I (Arlene) edited a book for a young man who told me about how he would have died if not for the fact that his sister, who had a job that kept her [...]

“No Experts Needed” with author Louise Lewis

Monday, September 10th, 2007

Lauren Smith: Tell us about the experiences that led you to write this book. Louise Lewis: It all began just minutes after being “set free” (laid off) from my advertising sales job in high tech. I was a victim of the dotcom implosion. While sitting in the San Jose, CA, airport awaiting my flight home, [...]

An Interview with the author of “You’re Only Young Twice”

Saturday, August 11th, 2007

Lauren Smith: What motivated you to write this book? Dr. Ronda Beaman: I wrote this book because I felt, and still feel, we are looking at aging through the wrong lens, instead of being appreciative, we are appalled. Too much emphasis is on what’s happening to our skin, instead of what should be happening to [...]