For those who missed the announcement, I had the privilege of interviewing Paul Eiding this afternoon. He’s a wonderful stage, film, and voice actor (and a really great guy). Recently, he recorded my upcoming audio book, A Song for a Soldier. It was a fun interview, including the technical challenges at the beginning. Thank you, Paul, for taking your time to chat!
Stay tuned for the release announcement for the audio version of A Song for a Soldier!
Check out my latest post on my Lifting the World page!
Happy Earth Day!
Join us today for a Facebook LIVE, 3 pm MST. We’ll be talking about how to handle failed attempts, especially when it comes to #liftingtheworld.
Join us here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1819830351388012/
If you’re not a member of our group yet, click on the link before the LIVE and we’ll make you one of our World Lifters! See you there!
Woohoo! I love 5-star reviews, don’t you? Take a look!
A Song for a Soldier
This has made my day and given me additional motivation for my latest work-in-progress!
Sidenote: If you want to make an author happy, post a review!
Welcome to Feature Friday!
Today, I want to feature… YOU! It’s almost the weekend and I’d like to know how you plan to Lift the World this weekend.
Will you encourage someone?
Will you support a new endeavor?
Will you help your neighbor?
Will you smile at a stranger?
What will you do to Lift your little corner of the World?
Let me know! I’d love to share what’s happening out there.
Welcome to T-shirt Topic Tuesday!
Lately, I’ve noticed something wonderful… people can be kind without any thought of reward! I was sitting in line at a fast-food restaurant, feeling rushed and very hot. I was late for an appointment and really didn’t have time to stop, but my stomach was letting me know that if I didn’t eat, it would probably consume me from the inside out, growling loudly the entire time. You know that feeling!
Anyway, I finally reached the first window where I expected to give the young man my last $3 for a small hamburger to tide me over til I could get home. Instead, he greeted me with a huge smile and said, “Your order has been paid for. Pull forward please.”
“What?” I asked, confused.
His grin broadened and he explained. “There was a man who came through here a few minutes ago who gave me a $100 bill. I started to count out his change when he said, ‘Use the change, as far as it will go, to pay for the customers to are waiting in line in this heat. Everybody needs a break, right?’ Then he just drove ahead and got his meal. You’re the eighth person to have your meal paid for. I figure there’s still a couple more who will get free meals today because of him.”
Awed and grateful, I pulled ahead, collected my burger, and ate it on the way to my appointment. Let me tell you, that little hamburger tasted better than any steak I’ve ever eaten!
So, my challenge today is, share the love. Whatever you say, whatever you do, be kind. It’s a one-size-fits-all day-changer!
Welcome to Feature Friday! Just a quick post today. I’m with several local authors today at Logan’s Summer Sidewalk Sale. Guess what! I’m going LIVE! on Facebook at 2 pm mountain time! I’ll be interviewing the authors and maybe a passerby or two. So come join the fun on my Facebook page!