IT DOESN'T TAKE MUCH TO MAKE ME HAPPY. A flickering candle, smoldering incense. Delicious food. Good wine. Honorable, passionate people. Dazzling sunsets. Enchanting moonbeams. A sensuous life. Perfect espresso to make the perfect cappuccino. For readers to love my books.
Okay, maybe I need to rephrase that opening thought. New opening thought: I AIM HIGH.
Everyone is Intuitive, but some are better at recognizing and using their Intuition, than others. In this introductory online workshop, learn the physiology of Intuition and how to cultivate and sustain yours.
Join me in the private and secure chat room atwww.JoLynneValerie.com for the only online Intuition Workshop I'll be teaching this winter. Please have a notebook and pen ready; there are sure to be things you'll want to write down.
"Social Media For Authors"
Join me at the blog of Brooklyn Ann, Supernatural Smut for this interesting article. I bet I have a few angles and viewpoints you haven't considered.
"My Creative Life"
I'm honored to be interviewed by Gabrielle Javier-Cerulli at The Expressive Arts Coach. Ms. Javier-Cerulli is Founder and CEO of Global Network of Expressive Arts Facilitators.
EVENTS & APPEARANCES
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Lift Bridge Book Store
Local Author Event
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.
45 Main Street, Brockport, NY 14425
Meeting and greeting readers, signing books. Of course I'll have great swag in tow and most likely a give-away as well.
Mon. Dec. 21 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. EST
WINTER SOLSTICE MEDITATION with Jo Lynne
Join me in the private and secure chat room at www.JoLynneValerie.com for an online gathering to celebrate the Winter Solstice.
We will talk about some of the old, rich and lovely traditions surrounding this day, then I will lead those present in a meditation to align with the energies of this powerful solar day. Access the chat room with the MEDIA link.
I'll be supporting National Literacy Day (Nov. 21, '09) and talking about the process of becoming an author and what it takes to be a successful writer today. Hosted by the much acclaimed Cyrus Webb, producer of The Write Stuff television and radio shows. Mr. Webb headed up the National Literacy Day movement 2009, securing the event a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. I will discuss book events, good book promotion and the role social media plays.
In this interview, I will be discussing the type of stories featured in A Tale For All Seasons, and why I wrote them. What were my experiences while writing A Tale For All Seasons and where do I hope to go from here?