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Motown Writers Network Author Spotlight ~ Rebecka Vigus

 

Rebecka VigusWhere are you from?

West Branch, Michigan
Tell us your latest news?

The third book in the Macy McVannel series, Sanctuary, is being released Aug.22, 2014
When and why did you begin writing?

I began writing at age ten. A teacher told me with my imaginations I would end up in books. I believed him.
When did you first consider yourself a writer?

In high school, some of my poems were in the school paper, but one of my poems was used by a minister in a sermon.
What inspired you to write your first book?

I had always wanted to write a novel. I became involved with National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). I wrote my first novel in 21 days.
Do you have a specific writing style?

I write easy to read books. Something you can pick up and knock out in about four hours. But, I have no name for my style other than they are mysteries.
How did you come up with the title?

For my first novel, it was set in a small town and in order to arrest the right person, you had to dig through all the secrets in a small town so Secrets was it. For the novel releasing in August, I had to really think about what the book was offering. Sanctuary is ultimately the goal, so hence, the title.
Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp?

In the current novel I am dealing with spousal abuse and how to escape it. There is always a way out, you have to be willing to go for it.
How much of the book is realistic?

I write realistic fiction with a twist. So, this book could happen any place, in any town, in any neighborhood.
Are experiences based on someone you know, or events in your own life?

Not it this book.
What books have most influenced your life most?

Mysteries. I love trying to figure out who did it before the author reveals it. Agatha Christie, Patricia Cornwell, Phyllis A. Whitney, Mary Higgins Clark, Lee Child, David Baldacci, there are many who keep me fascinated.
If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor?

William Kent Krueger, I had a chance to do a one day intensive writing session with him.
What book are you reading now?

Stolen, by Daniel Palmer
Are there any new authors that have grasped your interest?

C Hope Clark. I have read her book The Shy Writer Reborn and her mystery Palmetto Poison. I just received her first novel, Low Country Bribe to read.
What are your current projects?

I am working on a children’s anthology titled Of Moonbeams and Fairy Dust due out the end of November, 2014. I’m also working on the fourth Macy book, Something Borrowed, Something Blue due out in early 2015.
Name one entity that you feel supported you outside of family members.

Blue Harvest Creative are my design team for my books.
Do you see writing as a career?

Yes. It has been my goal for fifty years. I am finding I am growing a fan base.
If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your latest book?

Absolutely not.
Do you recall how your interest in writing originated?

I remember writing non-sense poetry to start, but I have no one defining moment.
Can you share a little of your current work with us?

Macy McVannel is a police detective who teams up with her college roommate to rescue abused women from their spouses and set them on the path to a new life. This is the third book in the series. The first two were written from Macy’s point-of-view. This one was not written first person, so you get other’s views of Macy.
Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?

Making each new book as exciting as or better than the last.
Who is your favorite author and what is it that really strikes you about their work?

My current favorite is William Kent Krueger. I love his Corcoran O’Connor character. I love how he submerges you in the landscape of his stories.
Do you have to travel much concerning your book(s)?

Not as much as I’d like to. I prefer to do live signings and book talks. I like getting questions from those who want to write or those who’ve read my books. I want to share my love of writing.
Who designed the covers?

Blue Harvest Creative are my design team. They do internal and external design and set up.
What was the hardest part of writing your book? For me the hardest part is knowing how and where to end it.
Did you learn anything from writing your book and what was it?

I learned even in law the lines are blurred.
Do you have any advice for other writers?

Keep writing. Read all you can about writing, attend a writer’s workshop or conference, but keep writing.
Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?

Please when you’ve read my books, write a review. Reviews sell books. If you didn’t like it, others want to know. If you did they want to know why.

Sanctuary

Author name: Rebecka Vigus
Book Title: Sanctuary
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#MotownWriters Member New Book Release: Rose & the Enchanted Seven by @batchelordavis #children #fantasy #motownlit #michlit

 Rose and the Enchanted Seven    A young girl must battle an ancient evil for the survival of her kingdom, her family and possibly her very own life

By Kimberly Batchelor Davis
$1.99 Rating: Not yet rated.
Published: Nov. 23, 2013
Words: 12,590 (approximate)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310097362

Extended description

A young girl named Rose, foretold by an ancient prophecy must battle an ancient evil, which has reawakened and taken hold over her beloved kingdom. Adrift in sadness over the death of her mother Rose must decide to remain strong or fall prey to evil to save those that she loves.

 

Available ebook reading formats

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Kimberly Batchelor Davis

Biography

Kimberly Batchelor Davis is an author and screenwriter of tales of fiction, which include current events featuring high drama and suspense. Her debut short story Rose and the Enchanted Seven will be released online as an e-book.
Kimberly is also an event planner and fundraising consultant. She is a life-long resident of Detroit, Michigan who is married with two sons. Kimberly is a precinct delegate, community organizer who is very active in her community. She sits on o several non-profit boards and supports her husband’s passion of working with kids through sports.
In her spare time she loves watching movies, reading a good book, experiencing new cultures, travelling and writing. She is also a contributing writer for MiEstilo, an online magazine for the Latino and Hispanic community under the pen name Nicole Davis and http://www.thebrandnewmommy.com as a featured writer who discusses writing, depression and motherhood. You can learn more about Kimberly at http://www.batchelordavis.wordpress.com/2011/08.
She will launch her very own website soon http://www.KimberlyBatchelorDavis.com .

Where to find Kimberly Batchelor Davis online

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Indie Author Chat Branding Basics~Samantha Fury

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Michigan Literary Network Blog Talk Radio~May 15, 2013

Today at 5:30pm hang out with Sylvia Hubbard on the Michigan Literary Network blog talk radio show as she interviews Satori Shakoor. Satori is the founder, and leader of The Secret Society of Twisted Storytellers. You can check them out at http://www.secretstorytellers.com/, and  Facebook.com/TheSecretSocietyof TwistedStorytellers

 

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Up next is Octavia Lesley. Octavia is a playwright, play director, and operates the theatrical production company Big Girl Ideas. Join in today as she talks about her upcoming play “What You Won’t Do for Love.” To stay in contact with Octavia follow her on Facebook.com/Octavia TheWriter Lesley, and Twitter@DetroitWriter71.
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EVENT: Transformation frm The Secret Society Of Twisted Storytellers @satori_10 May 17th 8pm #Detroit #michlit #mwn

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Support Literacy Efforts for #MWN by purchasing a tix 4stageplay WHAT YOU WON’T DO FOR LOVE now!

Last Day 2Help Literacy Efforts COMING SOON for the #MWN: Purchase Your Tix 4What You Won’t Do For Love stageplay NOW!

Big Girl Ideas presents the hilarious stage play What You Won’t Do for Love. In an effort to support literacy, for the entire month of April, a $5 donation from each ticket purchased by Motown Writers Network members or anyone using the code word ‘Motown’ will be donated toward Sylvia Hubbard’s annual Essence of Motown Writers Conference in November.  For additional information, tickets, and vending opportunities, contact Octavia “TheWriter” Lesley at (313) 727-1011. Let’s get together and support the arts, Sylvia, and the great writers of Detroit.
 If you don’t see a way to buy tickets on this page for the play, it’s after April 30, 2013 and the literary contribution window has close. You must go to WYWD.Brownpapertickets.com. Please don’t let that discourage you from coming out and seeing a great play by a wonderful local playwright, Octavia Lesley (@detroitwriter71)
Thank you for your support and we hope to see you there!

A hilarious dramady about parenting, forgiveness and dreams. Starring recording artist Paul Johnson Jr., film actor, Gregory Alford and introducing ms. Keisha Shelton with a great supporting cast.

The International Institute
111 E Kirby ( at John R) Detroit, mi 48202

3:00 MATINEE ($15) 7:30 EVENING ($20)

doors open an hour before the show.

Tickets are also available at God’s World, Baker’s Bible Bookstore & Shantiniques WYWD.Brownpapertickets.com and by calling 3137271011

Ask us about group sales and vendor opportunities. please visit our website:

http://www.biggirlideas.webs.com and ‘like’ them on Facebook (Big Girl Ideas).

Thank you again for your support and we hope to see you there!

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Support Literacy Efforts for #MWN by purchasing a tix 4stageplay WHAT YOU WON’T DO FOR LOVE now!

Last Day 2Help Literacy Efforts COMING SOON for the #MWN: Purchase Your Tix 4What You Won’t Do For Love stageplay NOW!

Big Girl Ideas presents the hilarious stage play What You Won’t Do for Love. In an effort to support literacy, for the entire month of April, a $5 donation from each ticket purchased by Motown Writers Network members or anyone using the code word ‘Motown’ will be donated toward Sylvia Hubbard’s annual Essence of Motown Writers Conference in November.  For additional information, tickets, and vending opportunities, contact Octavia “TheWriter” Lesley at (313) 727-1011. Let’s get together and support the arts, Sylvia, and the great writers of Detroit.
 If you don’t see a way to buy tickets on this page for the play, it’s after April 30, 2013 and the literary contribution window has close. You must go to WYWD.Brownpapertickets.com. Please don’t let that discourage you from coming out and seeing a great play by a wonderful local playwright, Octavia Lesley (@detroitwriter71)
Thank you for your support and we hope to see you there!

A hilarious dramady about parenting, forgiveness and dreams. Starring recording artist Paul Johnson Jr., film actor, Gregory Alford and introducing ms. Keisha Shelton with a great supporting cast.

The International Institute
111 E Kirby ( at John R) Detroit, mi 48202

3:00 MATINEE ($15) 7:30 EVENING ($20)

doors open an hour before the show.

Tickets are also available at God’s World, Baker’s Bible Bookstore & Shantiniques WYWD.Brownpapertickets.com and by calling 3137271011

Ask us about group sales and vendor opportunities. please visit our website:

http://www.biggirlideas.webs.com and ‘like’ them on Facebook (Big Girl Ideas).

Thank you again for your support and we hope to see you there!

SEE EVENTS BY ESSENCE OF MOTOWN LITERARY NETWORK | Click Here!

Visit our website for featured authors!

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Support Literacy Efforts for #MWN by purchasing a tix 4stageplay WHAT YOU WON’T DO FOR LOVE now!

Last Day 2Help Literacy Efforts COMING SOON for the #MWN: Purchase Your Tix 4What You Won’t Do For Love stageplay NOW!

Big Girl Ideas presents the hilarious stage play What You Won’t Do for Love. In an effort to support literacy, for the entire month of April, a $5 donation from each ticket purchased by Motown Writers Network members or anyone using the code word ‘Motown’ will be donated toward Sylvia Hubbard’s annual Essence of Motown Writers Conference in November.  For additional information, tickets, and vending opportunities, contact Octavia “TheWriter” Lesley at (313) 727-1011. Let’s get together and support the arts, Sylvia, and the great writers of Detroit.
 If you don’t see a way to buy tickets on this page for the play, it’s after April 30, 2013 and the literary contribution window has close. You must go to WYWD.Brownpapertickets.com. Please don’t let that discourage you from coming out and seeing a great play by a wonderful local playwright, Octavia Lesley (@detroitwriter71)
Thank you for your support and we hope to see you there!
A hilarious dramady about parenting, forgiveness and dreams. Starring recording artist Paul Johnson Jr., film actor, Gregory Alford and introducing ms. Keisha Shelton with a great supporting cast.

The International Institute
111 E Kirby ( at John R) Detroit, mi 48202

3:00 MATINEE ($15) 7:30 EVENING ($20)

doors open an hour before the show.

Tickets are also available at God’s World, Baker’s Bible Bookstore & Shantiniques WYWD.Brownpapertickets.com and by calling 3137271011

Ask us about group sales and vendor opportunities. please visit our website:

http://www.biggirlideas.webs.com and ‘like’ them on Facebook (Big Girl Ideas).

Thank you again for your support and we hope to see you there!

SEE EVENTS BY ESSENCE OF MOTOWN LITERARY NETWORK | Click Here!

Visit our website for featured authors!

 

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Join Nat’l, Maxine Bigby Cunningham in Ann Arbor & Yspilanti Feb 9th & 10th on A Journey to Wholeness #mwn #michlit

Featured Book:

4-steps-to-wellness-book

Power Walking, A Journey to Wholeness

 

 

1.  Saturday, February 9, 2013 – Book Signing, Power Walking, A Journey to Wholeness, by Maxine Bigby Cunningham.  My memoir  of recovery, resilience and renewal while living with a chronic illness,  reveals four empowering steps to wellness that can benefit anyone who has yearned to triumph over impediments to wellness –  mind, body and spirit.   “Power Walking” is a metaphor for vibrant living. This book has been described as instructional, illustrative and inspiring.  The signing will be held is 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. at Nicolas Books, 2513 Jackson Avenue, Westgate Shopping Center, Ann Arbor, MI 48103. Light refreshments. Flier and pix of book cover attached.  My website is http://www.maxinebigbycunningham.com.  Also, I can be reached on Facebook. 
2.  Sunday, February 10, 2013 – Annual Ypsilanti Community African American Read-in (AARI). This year’s theme is “Readers are Heroes.” The AARI celebrates the writings of African American writers.  The AARI is an international movement originated by the Black Caucus of the National Council of English Teachers.  At the “Ypsi” event, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m., expect engaging activities for  “arm babies” through wise elders. Plus, children 18 and younger can select free books. This event will be held at the Ypsilanti District Library, 5577 Whittaker Road, Ypsilanti, MI 48198.  Free.  Light refreshments.  The website is  http://africanamericanread-2013.weebly.com
Follow me on twitter @maxine_empower
Power Walking, a Journey to Wholeness now in print and digital formats.
Book available at Amazon.com (print or Kindle) and at smashwords.com
 
 
“Walking is both a daily experience and a lifetime journey.”
                
Maxine Bigby Cunningham
Founder, Empowered Walking Enterprise LLC
Writer, Workshop Facilitator, Mental Health Advocate
Author - Power Walking, A Journey to Wholeness
www.maxinebigbycunningham.com
www.empoweredwalkingministries.blogspot.com
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IN THE SPOTLIGHT AT MANILA BAY CAFE–OPEN MIC POETRY Jan 18th wsg… #mwn #michlit #motownlit

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT AT MANILA BAY CAFE–OPEN MIC POETRY FEATURING:

  • Also, Save the Date for our 3rd Friday feature Ju Hall on January 18, 2013

We hope to see you performing under the Spotlight!
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This week’s MWN Author Feature~JReal

JRealThis week the Motown Writers Networks features the author of the Draw series, JReal. Read below to find out about JReal and the Draw series.

Where are you from?

I’m originally from New York but I been in Detroit for 6 years now.

Tell us your latest news?

Well the latest and greatest news about J-REAL is I’m back on the scene with my newest release DRAW Part 3 and I have a new motivated energy to take my writing to the next level  with a great line up of projects and more on the road book signings in different states.

When and why did you begin writing?

My journey as a writer began through reading I’ve read hundreds of different books, pamphlets, newspapers and magazines. I love the way words have that unique power to tap into the human mind. That’s what made me want to write and use my imagination to tell story’s.

 What inspired you to write your first book?

Most of my inspiration for writing comes from just everyday life what people do and what they go through and how they overcome the many adversities that face all walks of life.

How did you come up with the title?

When I think of a title for a project I try to come up with the catchiest metaphors that tie in with the characters and story line. Something that can catch a reader’s attention

Is there a message in your novel that you want readers to grasp?

Always I try to put a little nugget of information in every novel dealing with the story and what genre I’m writing from if its Street lit I try to show the consequences of living the fast life and not just the glorification aspect. Real life stuff I always try to use current events

What book are you reading now?

Write now I’m reading a book called TROUBLE, by Ju-Ju Bishop.

What are your current projects?

My next Project that I will be releasing is Bred From Treason and a Hard Price To Pay

Name one entity that you feel supported you outside of family members.

I would have to say I get a lot of support from my Facebook community in fact a lot of my eBooks sales derive from social media

 If you had to do it all over again, would you change anything in your latest book?

I wouldn’t change anything about the way things are going in my writing career I do wish that in the beginning I got out to more events.

 Can you share a little of your current work with us?

Yes here is an excerpt from A Hard Price To Pay

.    The property was flooded with police and ambulances.  The mini mansion was belted in police tape and there was all movement throughout and around Cedric’s home.  Ced turned the Montero onto his lawn and slid to a stop while simultaneously jumping from the driver’s side and racing towards the front door.  After a few steps he was subdued by a couple of uniformed cops followed by a blank face detective.  “Are you Cedric Carter?  Are you the boy’s father?  We got that name from the boy.”

“Where is he, where is my son?” Hearing about Bugga made Ced start to struggle.  “Now hold on one minute, you still have not confirmed who you are,” The detectives face remained expressionless.  “What mother fucker, where is my kid?”  The Officer wrestled Ced to the ground after almost losing control of him.  Then with the order given from the detective one of the officers dug in Ced’s back pocket, retrieving his wallet and tossing it to the detective.  Ced kept struggling and cursed, “Man what the fuck is wrong with you pigs?”

Once the detective confirmed Ced’s identity he motioned for the officer to let him up, “Okay, now that we know who you are we can start asking you some questions.

Ced looked at the detective, he was tall, overweight, balding white man who towered over him.  Disapproval dripped from the detectives glare.  Ced snatched from the officers grip and turned his head towards his porch where he saw his son sitting and being comforted by a strange woman and questioned by who Ced figured to be the detectives partner.  Ced began in that direction but again was stopped, this time by the detective himself.  He tried to snatch away but the detective’s grip held firm.  Ced turned, “Get the fuck off me,  I want to get my boy!”

“Your boy is being questioned and with you with him that will only confuse things.”

“What are you questioning him for, where is Grace?”

“You mean the mother?”  The detective face softened a touch, “She was in your son’s arms, Mr. Carter, when she died.”  She was naked with multiple stab wounds and two gunshot wounds in her lower torso.  She also had a gun in her hand, the one we believe killed those two thugs in there.  Now the women’s in a bag and the only we can find out anything is from the kid. So until were done with him you are going to stand right here where I can see you.  Are you clear?”

Ced tore up his face at the gesture of Grace being in a bag.  Who the fuck was this pig to be talking like that about Grace?”  “You talking about my wife! What’s your name mother fucker!“ “Don’t you mean your baby mama? And its detective Milhourn,” Milhourn narrowed his eyes, “A better question was why were these thugs looking for you?”   Milhourn pauses a second to let the question sink in before he waved it off seeing how calm the man became all of a sudden, how all the tension seemed to relax in his face.    The detective hardened, he decided to cut the bullshit.  “You fucking drug running scumbags are all the same.”

“Now hold on,” Ced interrupted but felt silent when the detectives finger shot out to within an inch of his face.

“Shut the hell up!”  Do you see this neighborhood?  How many fucking blacks live on this side?”  After a pause you don’t even know….ok the rest you’ll have to but the book

Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing?

Yes mostly when I get a case of writers block that makes everything so difficult because I can’t get any projects that I already started finished.

Do you have to travel much concerning your book(s)?

Yes part of being a successful author is getting on the road and traveling to do book signings or just attend events to promote your work.

Who designed the covers?

I come up with the concept for the books and I work with Oddball designs to create the cover. And I also work with Brand Concepts Southeast

What was the hardest part of writing your book?

The hardest part of writing any of the novels I got is creating the character development and what each character role will be in the book.

Do you have any advice for other writers?

The best advice I can give to writers new and old is to study your craft because the book industry evolves constantly with the new technology that’s out. Be professional about your business and stay true to who you are as an individual.

Do you have anything specific that you want to say to your readers?

I just want thank all the readers for their support in my work and welcome and thank all the new readers that take the time to read my books and interviews

DrawDraw2Draw3

 

 

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[PODCAST] Get 2013 ready 4yr BOOK w/advice on Branding, Marketing & HARD WORK frm Nat’l PR Guru @PamPerry #michlit #mwn #motownlit

Listen in to Pam Perry. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN!

Award-winning Social Media Marketing & PR Pro, Radio host, Author, Community Manager, Content Curator, Wife, mother & Branding Superstar! #socialmediaswag
Find out what NOT to do to market your book
How much time & money it takes to market your book
What Authors should look forward to in the new year to better market their book!
Guest Summary: Pam Perry is a “message strategist” and PR Coach working with non profit organizations, churches, entrepreneurs, emerging and best-selling authors.
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Author Feature: Chris Lee @lifepathllc From Frustration to Fulfillment #ff2f #michlit #booktour #mwn Win A COPY! * #bookgiveaway

We’ve had the pleasure of having author, Chris Lee join The Michigan Literary Network on a whirlwind online booktour.

ABOUT THE BOOK:

On a sunny July morning a freak accident changed Chris Lee’s life forever.  In addition to physical injuries, Chris was diagnosed with a mild traumatic brain injury. Years of alcohol abuse, poor eating habits and a newfound addiction to prescription pain-killers thwarted his recovery efforts. His days became filled with group therapy, prescription drugs and the red-tape hassle of an inefficient and inept healthcare system.    He felt hopelessly trapped until he discovered a positive approach to life that would shape and mold him into a better father, husband and person.

Chris gives the reader a brutally honest, soul bearing glimpse into the day-to-day recovery efforts of a brain injury survivor. Follow the author on his gripping journey of self-discovery, self-acceptance and ultimately self-love.  Learn how alternative health and energy therapy changed Chris Lee’s life and how he empowered himself to change his reality for the better.

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 July 2nd My Top 5 Excuses for Putting Off Writing My Book 

Sylvia’s Literary Blogspot: July 3rd – Author Spotlite & Excerpts

LoveABlackWoman.com July 4th – Article: How to Love Like a Woman

Motown Mom Musings July 5th – Article: Get To It

Writers Guide To Internet Marketing July 6th – Article: 6-1/2 Ways That I Used Social Media To Promote My Book

Michigan Literary Network July 6th – Feature & Giveaway!


Would you like your copy now of From Frustration to Fulfillment?

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Blurbs, testimonal, reviews:

“I was riveted by Chris’s story, he had me reading as fast as I could to see what was going to happen next. Anyone who feels they have something more to give will benefit by hearing Chris’s story. If we choose not to hear our inner guidance when it’s a whisper, it may take a whack upon the head to get our attention!”

   -Sherri Richards, Business Designer, Money Therapist, Rise Atelier LLC,www.MyMoneyExperience.comCleveland, Ohio

“Chris’ story and book not only moved me but also inspired me to continue evolving and expanding.  I feel very fortunate to have had the pleasure of working with him in person.  He is a gifted and talented human being that the world is blessed to have.”

-Priya Ali, Author, Coach, Consultant, Radio Hostwww.PriyaAli.com, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

About Chris Lee

Chris Lee, the author of “From Frustration to Fulfillment”, has a passion for helping people to identify and successfully manage the self-imposed limitations that hold us back from pursuing and achieving our dreams, goals and ambitions.

Chris wrote “From Frustration to Fulfillment” to help anyone that has ever faced a seemingly hopeless situation. The book started as a diary to help him cope with his brain injury. He found the writings to be a vital part of the healing process and thus decided to share his story with the world.

Using warmth and humor to help people to ‘open the doors of change’, Chris is a dynamic speaker and energetic workshop facilitator.  Chris has put his unique skill set to use helping numerous people throughout the United States and Canada. He combines the Law of Attraction and the philosophy of energy medicine to offer a very unique and powerful experience for those that attend his various workshop and coaching sessions.

Chris is a Specs Howard School of Media Arts graduate that currently holds certifications as a 365-Degree Manifestation Consultant, Certified Law of Attraction Facilitator, Certified Natural Health Professional and Body Talk™ Access technician.

Chris loves spending time with family including his son, daughter and granddaughter.  He loves fine food, baseball and is a music enthusiast. He can occasionally be spotted around town enjoying live jazz.

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HOW TO WIN YOUR eCOPY OF THE BOOK: From Frustration to Fulfillment!

  1. Check out his week long tour and make a comment after reading the posts.
  2. Return back here to comment about how much you enjoyed the tour OR do a review of his book.
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