The Community Book Project: Author Insights

The Community Book Project: Author Insights

By Donna Kozik
This is The Community Book Project, an adventure in publishing where dozens of people from all over the world join in to write a book in a weekend. Our latest series features interviews with authors from "Independence." (Found on Amazon's Kindle platform.)
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Pawsome Friends: Interviews with Beth Munro and Melanie Robertson
Here is the second of two bonus episodes from the fifth edition of The Community Book Project, titled "Pawsome Friends."  The book, created and edited by Donna Kozik, features more than 100 stories about our furry friends.  Contributors featured in this episode:  Beth Munro, CPC, helps you keep what you want and make space to enjoy it. Explore her testimonials about Coaching and Organizing for Life and Home at www.fromOMGtoOm.com. Melanie G Robinson is a bestselling author who lives with her family in the United Kingdom. Email her at melaniegrobinson@gmail.com. To sign up and receive the submission guide for the next Community Book Project, go to www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  *Note a technical incident makes it sound like this podcast episode ends after Beth's interview but hang on because Melanie's is there, too. 
22:14
July 22, 2019
Pawsome Friends: Interviews with Shari-Jayne Boda, Dawn Eileen and Joe Raab
This is the first of two bonus episodes from the fifth edition of The Community Book Project, titled "Pawsome Friends."  The book, created and edited by Donna Kozik, features more than 100 stories about our furry friends.  Contributors featured in this episode:  Shari-Jayne Boda, an International Life and Prosperity Coach, Hypnotherapist and Counsellor who guides people to live authentically and in tune with their higher self. Email her at contact@mindalchemy.co.uk Dawn Eileen who calls herself a woman who sees life differently, a lover of life, an author and inspirational life coach. Reach her at dawneileensnyder@gmail.com.   Joe Raab, a life coach who, through a process of exploration and planning, leads clients from “stuck adults to revolutionary results.” Find out more at: www.BeDoGetMORE.com. To sign up and receive the submission guide for the next Community Book Project, go to www.TheCommunityBookProject.com. 
23:09
July 22, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence interview with Carol Anne Cooper
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."  Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  In this episode, contributor Carol Anne Cooper reads her piece and answers a few questions.   Carol Anne Cooper is a writing facilitator who assists women by helping them unlock the writer within. She's also the creator of the book Move, Write and Grow Richer. You can find out more at www.facebook.com/WritingFacilitator.
15:35
July 3, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence interview with Dawn Eileen
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."   Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  They read their piece and answer a few questions related to it, the art of writing and whatever else they have going on.  You can find our book on Amazon. The title is The Community Book Project: Independence and features over 100 essays along that theme.  This episode features an interview with contributor Dawn Eileen.  Dawn Eileen is an author, Happiness Life Coach, blogger, lover of life, and creator of “We Will Begin with Me” Facebook page. You can her at wewillbeginwithme@gmail.com.
12:47
July 3, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence interview with Phillip Woolfolk
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."   Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  They read their piece and answer a few questions related to it, the art of writing and whatever else they have going on.  You can find our book on Amazon. The title is The Community Book Project: Independence and features over 100 essays along that theme.  This episode features an interview with contributor Phillip Woolfolk.  Phillip Woolfolk serves as a business profitability consultant, real estate investor and speaker. His profitability consulting practice operates under Main Street Advisory, LLC. Find out more at www.MainStreetAdvisoryLLC.com.
08:49
July 3, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence interview with Ellen Watts
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."   Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  They read their piece and answer a few questions related to it, the art of writing and whatever else they have going on.  You can find our book on Amazon. The title is The Community Book Project: Independence and features over 100 essays along that theme.  This episode features an interview with contributor Ellen Watts.  Ellen Watts is the award-winning author of Cosmic Ordering Made Easier - How to Get More of What You Want, More Often and the founder of The Co-Creator’s Club. Find out more at www.ellen-unlimited.com.
12:51
July 3, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence interview with Sandy Anchondo
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."   Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  They read their piece and answer a few questions related to it, the art of writing and whatever else they have going on.  You can find our book on Amazon. The title is The Community Book Project: Independence and features over 100 essays along that theme.  This episode features an interview with contributor Sandy Anchondo.  Sandy Anchondo is the founder and owner of Re-Style Interiors, a full-service design firm “Creating Inspiring Interiors You Love to Live In.” Find out more at www.ReStyleInteriors.net.  You can pick up a free checklist on the 10 Tips to Create an Awesome Home Office here: https://bit.ly/2LicSkw
09:59
July 3, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence interview with Joe Raab
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."   Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  They read their piece and answer a few questions related to it, the art of writing and whatever else they have going on.  You can find our book on Amazon. The title is The Community Book Project: Independence and features over 100 essays along that theme.  This episode features an interview with contributor Joe Raab.  Joe Raab is a life coach. Through a process of exploration and planning, Joe leads his clients from stuck adults to revolutionary results. Find out more at www.BeDoGetMORE.com.
09:04
July 3, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence interview with Karen Leeds
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."   Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  They read their piece and answer a few questions related to it, the art of writing and whatever else they have going on.  You can find our book on Amazon. The title is The Community Book Project: Independence and features over 100 essays along that theme.  This episode features an interview with contributor Karen Leeds.  Karen Leeds helps people bring their dreams to earth. Her book, Life’s Magic Carousel: How to Grab the Brass Ring Before the Music Stops, will publish soon. Find her at www.LifeCoachingMagic.com.
10:00
July 3, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence interview with Eszter Molnar Mills
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."   Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  They read their piece and answer a few questions related to it, the art of writing and whatever else they have going on.  You can find our book on Amazon. The title is The Community Book Project: Independence and features over 100 essays along that theme.  This episode features an interview with contributor Eszter Molnar Mills.  Eszter Molnar Mills is a leadership facilitator and executive coach. She is the founder of Formium Development, a strengths-based organizational and leadership development consultancy based in London. Contact Eszter at www.formium.co.uk.
12:03
July 3, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence interview with Katie De Souza
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."   Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  They read their piece and answer a few questions related to it, the art of writing and whatever else they have going on.  You can find our book on Amazon. The title is The Community Book Project: Independence and features over 100 essays along that theme.  This episode features an interview with contributor Katie De Souza.  Katie De Souza is an author and entrepreneur who inspires couples to achieve their dreams and live a happy and fulfilling life together. Find out more at www.katiedesouza.tv.
07:12
July 3, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence interview with Norma Elmore
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."   Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  They read their piece and answer a few questions related to it, the art of writing and whatever else they have going on.  You can find our book on Amazon. The title is The Community Book Project: Independence and features over 100 essays along that theme.  This episode features an interview with contributor Norma Elmore.  Norma Bonner Elmore, Ed.D is a music styles specialist, singer, model, and bestselling author. She can be contacted at her email address: norma.elmore@yahoo.com.
07:47
July 3, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence interview with Alara Paragas
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."  Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  They read their piece and answer a few questions related to it, the art of writing and whatever else they have going on.  You can find our book on Amazon. The title is The Community Book Project: Independence and features over 100 essays along that theme.  This episode features an interview with contributor Alara Paragus.  Alara Paragas is a transformation consultant/intuitive strategist. She assists and inspires individuals to clarify their life purpose and embody their highest divine potential. Contact her at unboundedyou@icloud.com.
09:50
July 3, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence Bonus Play with Judi Reid
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."   Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  Contributor Judi Reid had a few more things to say about the project, which she goes into during this short "bonus play."  Judi G. Reid is a #1 Amazon bestselling author and life breakthrough coach. She helps women transform their lives, move forward and flourish. Find her at www.WomenOfValue.org.
06:58
July 3, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence interview with Judi Reid
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."   Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  They read their piece and answer a few questions related to it, the art of writing and whatever else they have going on.  You can find our book on Amazon. The title is The Community Book Project: Independence and features over 100 essays along that theme.  This episode features contributor Judi Reid. Judi G. Reid is a #1 Amazon bestselling author and life breakthrough coach. She helps women transform their lives, move forward and flourish. Find her at www.WomenOfValue.org.
11:09
July 3, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence interview with Sgt. Dixie Thompson
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."   Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  They read their piece and answer a few questions related to it, the art of writing and whatever else they have going on.  You can find our book on Amazon. The title is The Community Book Project: Independence and features over 100 essays along that theme.  This episode features an interview with contributor Sgt. Dixie Thompson. Dixie L. Thompson is a retired US Army veteran, serial entrepreneur, and volunteer helping others discover and reach the life they want to live. You can find her on Facebook. 
07:01
July 3, 2019
The Community Book Project: Independence interview with Roberta Gold
The Community Book Project is about bringing people together to celebrate a specific theme with 200-word essays. You can join in the writing fun at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com.  This edition celebrates those who wrote about the theme of "Independence."   Our podcast highlights contributing authors who signed up for an extra beam of spotlight.  They read their piece and answer a few questions related to it, the art of writing and whatever else they have going on.  You can find our book on Amazon. The title is The Community Book Project: Independence and features over 100 essays along that theme. This episode features an interview with contributor Roberta Gold. Roberta Gold wants to empower everyone to have a more positive attitude. Need some help with this? "Laughter for the Health of It" has programs and the Laughter Rocks! newsletter is free. Sign up at www.laf4u.com.
09:28
July 3, 2019
Pawsome Friends: Interviews with Teresa A. Castleman, Peggy Lee Hanson and Ron Forte
This is the fifth edition of The Community Book Project, titled "Pawsome Friends."  The book, created and edited by Donna Kozik, features more than 100 stories about our furry friends. Contributors featured in this episode: Teresa A. Castleman, who is a certified health coach and changing lives helping people reach their optimal health. Find out more by following her at Teresa A. Castleman on Facebook. Peggy Lee Hanson, who is creating the most significant, worldwide online resource for aspiring writers to share their wisdom, expertise, and strategies in book form. Pick up your gift at http://bit.ly/freechapterwritingguide. Ron Forte, who is a positive psychology life coach who uses empathy, humor and specific scientifically based interventions to assist inmates through their journey of positive change and well-being. Find out more at www.ronforte.com. To sign up and receive the submission guide for the next Community Book Project, go to www.TheCommunityBookProject.com. 
23:12
May 11, 2019
Pawsome Friends: Interviews with Katie De Souza, Georgia Day and Carol Stockall
This is the fifth edition of The Community Book Project, titled "Pawsome Friends."  The book, created and edited by Donna Kozik, features more than 100 stories about our furry friends. Contributors featured in this episode: Katie De Souza, an author and entrepreneur who inspires couples to achieve their dreams and live a happy and fulfilling life together.  Find out more at www.katiedesouza.tv. Georgia Day, Career Success and Fulfillment Coach, author and speaker. To see how Georgia helps professionals succeed, go to www.kamama.net. Carol Stockall, a physician, coach and counsellor who inspires people to flourish by embracing mindfulness for building resilience, promoting balance and preventing burnout. Find out more at www.carolstockall.com. To receive the submission guide for the next Community Book Project, go to www.TheCommunityBookProject.com. 
24:52
May 10, 2019
Episode 23: What We Love with Charlisa Delancy-Cash, Dixie Thompson and Dawn Eileen.
“What We Love” editor Donna Kozik interviews Charlisa Delancy-Cash, Dixie Thompson and Dawn Eileen about their entries in this edition of The Community Book Project. You can find out more about “What We Love” at  www.BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon. Join The Community Book Project at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com. If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at www.FreeBookPlanner.com.  About this episode’s guests: Charlisa E. Delancy-Cash resides in the Bahamas with her two daughters. She enjoys swimming in the ocean. Her writings inspire women to pursue relationships that are soulful and wholesome. Find her at: www.facebook.com/CharlisacC.   Dixie L. Thompson is a retired US Army veteran, serial entrepreneur, and volunteer helping others discover and reach the life they want to live. Find out more at:www.facebook.com/Dixie-Thompson-877396068945864. Dawn Eileen is a writer, coach, and lover of life. She believes that life is too short not to enjoy it. Contact Dawn at: DawnEileenSnyder@gmail.com. 
26:40
February 14, 2019
Episode 22: What We Love with guests Norma Bonner Elmore, Donna Burgher and Warren Henderson
“What We Love” editor Donna Kozik interviews Norma Bonner Elmore, Donna Burgher and Warren Henderson about their entries in this edition of The Community Book Project. You can find out more about “What We Love” at  www.BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon. Join The Community Book Project at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com. If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at www.FreeBookPlanner.com.  About this episode’s guests: Norma Bonner Elmore, Ed.D, is a specialist in music styles and music theory. She can be reached at her email address: Norma.Elmore@yahoo.com. Donna Burgher is the creator of Create & Manifest a Life You Love™. She’s an advanced manifesting mentor, self-empowerment mindset coach, and international best-selling author. Get your free eBook at: www.DonnaBurgher.com. Warren L. Henderson is an engineer, college professor, author, and speaker. He is available at: WarrenHCL@gmail.com. 
24:23
February 14, 2019
Episode 21: What We Love with Gwyn Goodrow, Mary Choo and Beth Munro
“What We Love” editor Donna Kozik interviews Gwyn Goodrow, Mary Choo, and Beth Munro about their entries in this edition of The Community Book Project. You can find out more about “What We Love” at  www.BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon. Join The Community Book Project at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com. If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at www.FreeBookPlanner.com.  About this episode’s guests: Gwyn Goodrow is co-founder of www.CabinsOrCastles.com, where she offers journal printables and a complimentary beginner’s guide to journaling. Gwyn enjoys experiential travel, writing, photography, and creative arts. Mary Choo is an OT and author of “Reclaiming Ourselves” who helps people hear the whisper of their hearts guidance and accept the universe’s co-creative support. Email her at: MaryCho9@iinet.net.au.  Among other things, Beth Munro provides coaching and organizing for life and home--“Moving you from OMG to Ommm…” Enjoy her testimonials at: www.FromOMGtoOm.com. 
25:41
February 14, 2019
Episode 20: What We Love with Carol Brusegar, Marcelle della Faille and Chineme Noke.
“What We Love” editor Donna Kozik interviews Carol Brusegar, Marcelle della Faille and Chineme Noke about their entries in this edition of The Community Book Project. You can find out more about “What We Love” at  www.BooksByDonnaK.comor on Amazon. Join The Community Book Project at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com. If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at www.FreeBookPlanner.com.  About this episode’s guests: Carol Brusegar focuses on transforming life after 50 into a time of exploration, joy, and contribution for herself and others. Find out more at www.CarolBrusegar.com.  Marcelle della Faille is a writer and mentor of high achievers in the transformational industry, helping them manifest their biggest dreams loving themselves more. Find out more and get a free gift at www.LoveAndMoneyAlchemy.com.  Chineme Noke is a mother, recovering corporate lawyer, success coach, and International Literary Award Winning Author. Find out more about her Amazon #1 new release at and more about Chineme at www.SpecialHiddenTalents.com.
27:16
February 11, 2019
Episode 19: What We Love with Katie De Souza, Joe Raab and Roberta Gold
“What We Love” lead editor Donna Kozik interviews Katie De Souza, Joe Raab and Roberta Gold about their entries in this edition of The Community Book Project. You can find out more about “What We Love” at  www.BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon. Join The Community Book Project at www.TheCommunityBookProject.com. If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at www.FreeBookPlanner.com. About this episode’s guests: Katie De Souza is an author and entrepreneur who inspires couples to achieve their dreams and live a happy and fulfilling life together. Connect with her at www.KatieDeSouza.tv. Joe Raab is a life coach. Through a process of exploration and planning, Joe leads his clients from stuck adults to revolutionary results. Find out more and get a free gift at www.BeDoGetMORE.com.  Roberta Gold created Laughter for the Health of It and Laughter Rocks! with a mission to empower everyone to have a more positive outlook. She’s a speaker, author and coach. Learn more and connect with Roberta at: www.Laf4U.com. (Where you can also sign up for her newsletter, “Laughter Rocks!”) 
26:57
February 11, 2019
Episode 18: A Gift of Gratitude with Donna Burgher, Mary Choo & Two Special Readings
"A Gift of Gratitude" editor Donna Kozik interviews Donna Burgher about incorporating gratitude and choice in daily life for yourself and your kids. Mary Choo and the healing power of gratitude. A scheduling snafu held up our third interviewee, so we read two inspiring entries from the book from Robyn MacKillop, who's moving entry describes her life with both multiple sclerosis and an amazing husband. The episode is rounds out with a reading from contributor Tara Kachaturoff who inspires readers with her gratefulness for exercise. They are all contributing authors to the latest edition of "The Community Book Project." You can find out more about the book "A Gift of Gratitude" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://TheCommunityBookProject.com. If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com.
30:20
November 21, 2018
Episode 17: A Gift of Gratitude with Taeko Hayatsu, Joe Raab and LC Plaunt
"A Gift of Gratitude" editor Donna Kozik interviews Taeko Hayatsu and setting yourself up with gratitude to become both happier and "luckier." Joe Raab talks about his gratefulness in overcoming anxiety by making a conscious choice to do so. The episode ends with LC Plaunt's story of living with daily pain and how she decided to overcome and continue to make a difference in the world. They are all contributing authors to the latest edition of "The Community Book Project." You can find out more about the book "A Gift of Gratitude" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://TheCommunityBookProject.com. If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com.
28:38
November 21, 2018
Episode 16: Interviews with Marcelle della Faille, Katie De Souza, Suzanne Cousins & Norma Elmore
"A Gift of Gratitude" editor Donna Kozik interviews Marcelle della Faille who discusses how to bring peace in the world by choosing gratitude. Then Katie De Souza talks about her gratitude for "owning her day" and being an entrepreneur. Suzanne Cousins describes the love and compassion shown by "fur family" members, and Norma Elmore puts the finishing touch on this episode by discussing how gratitude can work in mysterious ways. They are all contributing authors to the latest edition of "The Community Book Project." You can find out more about the book "A Gift of Gratitude" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://TheCommunityBookProject.com. If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com.
29:50
November 21, 2018
Episode 15: A Gift of Gratitude with Warren Henderson Jr., Ruth Strebe and Carol Stockall
"A Gift of Gratitude" editor Donna Kozik interviews Warren Henderson Jr. about helping and showing gratitude to those who aren't usually "first in line" to receive it. Guest and contributor Ruth Strebe talks about a mom at her wit's end before someone shows some "cookie gratitude" and comes to the rescue. Then Carol Stockall closes out this episode by throwing sparkly, glittery gratitude confetti over everyone. They are all contributing authors to the latest edition of "The Community Book Project." You can find out more about the book "A Gift of Gratitude" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://TheCommunityBookProject.com. If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com.
28:28
November 21, 2018
Episode 14: A Gift of Gratitude with Louise Lavergne, Connie Ragen Green and Ellen Watts
"A Gift of Gratitude" editor Donna Kozik interviews Louise Lavergne about making a ritual of gratitude (even when the world is a hustle and a bustle) and Connie Ragen Green about changing your attitude from grouchy to gratitude--for good! The final guest, Ellen Watts, talks about how the Cosmic Order loves gratitude--and how it intervened to help Ellen get her gook done. They are all contributing authors to the latest edition of "The Community Book Project." You can find out more about the book "A Gift of Gratitude" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://TheCommunityBookProject.com. If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com.
31:09
November 21, 2018
Episode 13: A Gift of Gratitude with Judi Reid, Roberta Gold and Holly Pitas
"A Gift of Gratitude" editor Donna Kozik interviews Judi Reid about speaking up for what--and who--you value; Roberta Gold who knows that "Laughter Rocks" (and is good for your health) and Holly Pitas, who has tips on talking with people who frustrate you. (Perfect for the holidays and useful all year 'round.) They are all contributing authors to the latest edition of "The Community Book Project." You can find out more about the book "A Gift of Gratitude" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://TheCommunityBookProject.com. If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com.
31:32
November 21, 2018
Episode 12: A Gift of Gratitude with Brenda Lanigan, Nikki Brown and Gwyn Goodrow
"A Gift of Gratitude" editor Donna Kozik interviews Brenda Lanigan about "The Voice Within," Nikki Brown (who received an honorary doctorate in gratitude) and Gwyn Goodrow, who is a real Crocheting Queen--all contributing authors to the latest edition of "The Community Book Project." You can find out more about the book "A Gift of Gratitude" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://TheCommunityBookProject.com. If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com.
26:13
November 21, 2018
Episode 11: Intro: The Return of The Community Book Project with "A Gift of Gratitude"
We're back with a new book and a new set of interviews with contributing authors! This edition of The Community Book Project focuses on the feeling of gratitude. Host Donna Kozik gives the scoop about "A Gift of Gratitude," including how the welcome addition of our favorite causes, which was sparked by an entry by Martin Salama. Find our book "A Gift of Gratitude: A Community Book Project" on Amazon and get on the interest list for our next Community Book Project at http://TheCommunityBookProject.com.
04:24
November 21, 2018
(Ep 8) Success Interviews: LaVerne, Ellen & Donna
"Success Is Yours" editor Donna Kozik interviews LaVerne Byrd, Ellen McNeill and Donna Burgher, contributing authors to "The Community Book Project."  You can find out more about the book "Success Is Yours" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://CommunityBookProject.com.  If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com. 
31:54
May 12, 2018
(Ep 7) Success Interviews: Doria, Robyn & Kelly
"Success Is Yours" editor Donna Kozik interviews Doria Musaga, Robyn MacKillop and Kelly Johnson, contributing authors to "The Community Book Project."  You can find out more about the book "Success Is Yours" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://CommunityBookProject.com.  If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com. 
25:02
May 12, 2018
(Ep 6) Success Interviews: Anne, Nancy & Leasha
"Success Is Yours" editor Donna Kozik interviews Anne Skinner, Nancy “Nanobug” Haberstich and Leasha West, contributing authors to "The Community Book Project."  You can find out more about the book "Success Is Yours" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://CommunityBookProject.com.  If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com. 
31:17
May 12, 2018
(Ep 5) Success Interviews: Daphne, Sarah-Jane & Chipo
"Success Is Yours" editor Donna Kozik interviews Daphne Greer, Sarah- Jane Watson and Chipo Shambare, contributing authors to "The Community Book Project."  You can find out more about the book "Success Is Yours" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://CommunityBookProject.com.  If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com. 
27:31
May 12, 2018
(Ep 4) Success Interviews: John, Debbie & Linda
"Success Is Yours" editor Donna Kozik interviews John Williams, Debbie Bolton & Linda Easthouse, contributing authors to "The Community Book Project."  You can find out more about the book "Success Is Yours" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://CommunityBookProject.com.  If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com. 
27:10
May 10, 2018
(Ep 3) Success Interviews: Mary Anne, Irena & Dan
"Success Is Yours" editor Donna Kozik interviews Mary Anne Strange, Irena Kay and Dan Murray, contributing authors to "The Community Book Project."  You can find out more about the book "Success Is Yours" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://CommunityBookProject.com.  If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com. 
25:06
May 10, 2018
(Ep 2) Success Interviews: Julaina, Norma & Margy
"Success Is Yours" editor Donna Kozik interviews Julaina Kleist, Norma Elmore & Margy Lang, contributing authors to "The Community Book Project."  You can find out more about the book "Success Is Yours" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://CommunityBookProject.com.  If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com. 
30:32
May 8, 2018
(Ep 1) Success Interviews: Peggy, Katie & Shelly
"Success Is Yours" editor Donna Kozik interviews Peggy Lee Hanson, Katie de Souza and Shelly O’Donovan, contributing authors to "The Community Book Project." You can find out more about the book "Success Is Yours" at http://BooksByDonnaK.com or on Amazon and find out more about The Community Book Project at http://CommunityBookProject.com. If you’re looking to write a book of your own, check out the free book planner at http://FreeBookPlanner.com.
23:24
May 8, 2018
Success Is Yours Interview: Connie Ragen Green
The "Success Is Yours" podcast series from "The Community Book Project" begins with an interview from one of our celebrity authors, Connie Ragen Green. Connie is a book publishing and promotion queen, and I was thrilled to have her take part in "The Community Book Project" and submit an entry to "Success Is Yours." In this episode Connie, who has authored more than a dozen books of her own, talks about getting in the habit of writing. We also discuss her "Success Is Yours" entry and share some ideas for promoting yourself as an author. More about Connie can be found at http://ConnieRagenGreen.com. The book "Success Is Yours" can be found at Amazon.com. Find out how to write your own book at http://FreeBookPlanner.com.
19:55
May 8, 2018
The Community Book Project: An Introduction
Take 2 minutes and discover who we are and what we're all about. It's The Community Book Project with lead editor Donna Kozik.
01:59
May 6, 2018
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