An Interview with Sacha Sterling

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I had a wonderful recent interview with Inspirational and empowerment coach Sacha Sterling. We spoke about my novel, my coaching, my life and my message:

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Creation + Innovation = Revolution

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Creation and Innovation. The terms are used loosely and frequently in both the Business and the Creative worlds. I’d almost say they’re trending. Yet we have many different definitions for them. Sometimes we use them as synonyms, other times, antonyms. So I was especially intrigued when my coach Kristen Joy Laig, The Book Ninja, held…

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All In Good Time

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It’s taken me a while to write and publish my new novel The Shores of Our Souls. People wonder at my patience, but I tell them it’s all about timing. The story I’d tasked myself with was a complex, multi-layered one, which had to be told with clarity and objectivity. It took patience, sometimes patience…

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Interview with a Publicist

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Marketing is a huge part of every author’s journey. Would you create a new organic cosmetic or build an architecture business and not let anyone know about it. Your book is a product, too, and readers need to know of your stories! That’s why I hired publicist Lynda Bouchard pre-publication, actually even before I signed…

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A Panel on Islamophobia

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I was honored to witness a conversation about moving beyond  Islamophobia, the first of several of its kind sponsored by the Atlantic Council in Washington, DC, and moderated by its CEO Frederick Kempe. Some of the most renowned experts on Islam sat together and shared their thoughts about how Islamophobia began and how to solve…

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What Do You Say About A Legend?

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Joyce Carol Oates, In Her Own Words Joyce Carol Oates published her first book in 1963 and has since published over 40 novels, as well as plays, novellas, critical reviews, and volume after volume of short stories and poetry. I was lucky enough to have a great seat to hear her interviews with The Washington Post…

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King of Literacy

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Stephen King spoke to a full house of 2500 last Saturday, September 24 , 2016, at the Washington, DC Convention Center. He was there to accept a literary championship citation for his work and dedication to promote reading, education, and literacy, from the new Head of the Library of Congress, Dr. Carla Hayden. Author of…

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When 0 + 1 = MORE

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I wrote my novel The Shores Of Our Souls as an answer to 9/11, whose shock waves continue to echo through our lives. After the attacks in New York and my home, Washington, DC, the world gave a collective gasp as we focused on “Ground Zero” and the repeated, horrific media footage that portrayed it. Even then,…

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One Writer’s Journey

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A friend asked once what I would do if I had no fear. I’d do everything I could to create a legacy of lasting peace. I’d start mending ties between the Arab world and the West. While it’s impossible for me to travel to the Middle East at the moment, I can travel there through…

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My Favorite Rumi Quote

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