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Corazón de Mujer – “Quiérete a Ti Misma” by Diana Acevedo-Rittenger

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"Quiérete a Ti Misma"

From the book Corazón de Mujer,
by Sheryl Roush,
"Quiérete a Ti Misma" by Diana Acevedo-Rittenger,
Optimum Wellness Coach
at Conscious Brilliance, LLC,
and mother.

Order autographed copies from author here.











Quierete a ti misma primero

Una historia me pides o tal vez un poema…

Y cuando empiezo a pensar, siento que yo no sé escribir…

O que a lo mejor lo que digo no tiene importancia o quizas que lo que quisiera decir no quiere salir ni de mi alma ni de mi corazón.

Entonces realizé que no soy yo la unica que no se siente suficiente,

Que es una condicion humana que nosh ace pensar que no somos lo suficiente,

Al mirar en lo profundo de mi alma, me doy cuenta que tengo mucho, pero mucho que decir:

 

Quiero hablarte de lo importante que es quererte a ti misma,

Ponerte a ti de primeras antes de darle nada a los demas,

Cuando te quieres a tí misma, te nutres con cariño, al nutrir tu corazón, se hace mas grande y es mas facil dar cariño a los demas.

Cuando nutres tu cuerpo con los alimentos apropriados estas nutriendo tu salud,

La cual te permitirá vivir una vida mas larga y seras testigo de todos aquellos que amas, y serás un ejemplo para la buena salud de los que te rodean.

Cuando te quieres a ti misma, no ves tus defectos cada dia, pero te regocijas en tus cualidades y las celebras por que son un regalo de Dios.

 

Amate a ti misma asi como amas a tu creador…

 

Order your copies from Amazon.com at http://www.amazon.com/dp/188087816X

 

COMPLIMENTS:
Alma Bonilla

April 16, 2010
Subject: Corazon de Mujer
I contacted you cause I barely bought your Corazon de Mujer in Spanish version, I started to read it this same week. It’s a very great book. I congratulate you for it!

December 12 BOOK SIGNING EVENT at Borders Eastlake

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Heart Book Series Contributors Autograph December 12, 2009 at Borders Eastlake, Chula Vista, California

UNIQUE MULTI-AUTHOR EVENT!

Sheryl Roush and contributors to the Heart of a Woman, Heart of a Mother, Heart of the Holidays, Corazón de MujerHeart of a Woman in Business, and the brand new Veterans Day release of Heart of a Military Woman books will be autographing copies on Saturday, December 12, from 2:00-5:00pm at BORDERS bookstore in Eastlake of Chula Vista, San Diego, California.

More than a book signing, contributors will READ THEIR original STORY, TRIBUTE, or POEM to shoppers in English and in Spanish!

Author and professional speaker, Sheryl Roush gives presentations around the globe, at conferences and for corporations, helping to rekindle the spirit, raise the bar, and create excitement. Her gift for inspiring touches hearts and offers a positive outlook on daily life. A native San Diegan–and born in Chula Vista–she was crowned “Ms. Heart of San Diego” (twice) for contributions to our community.

Contributors at book reading and signing event include:
Loni Anderson
Sarah Arnold
Kathi Burns
Dharlene Fahl-Brittian
Eldonna Lewis Fernandez
Jan Mills (Canada)
Darcy Lovgren Pavich
Beverly Roush
Sheryl Roush
Laura Rubinstein
Seth Sherwood-Flores
Gina Simmons
Lyn White


COME MEET THESE AUTHORS and have your books personally autographed!

Perfect for holiday gifts people will keep, read and cherish!

BORDERS – SAN DIEGO
Eastlake Chula Vista

878 Eastlake Parkway
Chula Vista, CA 91914
Store Phone: 619.482.9883


Books by Sheryl Roush featured at Frankfurt Book Fair

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Books by Sheryl Roush featured at Frankfurt Book Fair

Seven books authored by Sheryl L. Roush are being featured at the Frankfurt Book Fair October 15-19. Her titles on display at this huge event in Germany are: Heart of a Woman; Heart of a Mother; Heart of the Holidays; Corazon de Mujer (Heart of a Woman in Spanish); newly released Heart of a Woman in Business; Sparkle-Tudes; and Solid Gold Newsletter Design.

Foreign publishers and agents interested in these titles, can visit Columbine Communications in Hall 8.0 at Stand N-933 at the Frankfurt Book Fair, or contact foreign publishing rights expert Bob Erdmann, bob@bob-erdmann.com, or view, http://www.bob-erdmann.com.

The history of the Frankfurt Book Fair dates back to the 15th century, when Johannes Gutenberg first invented movable type – only a few kilometres down the road from Frankfurt. Frankfurt remained the central and undisputed European book fair city through to the 17th century. In the course of political and cultural upheaval, in the 18th century Leipzig then came to play the part. In 1949, that early Frankfurt book fair tradition was given a new lease of life: 205 German exhibitors assembled on Sept. 18-23 in Frankfurt’s Paulskirche for the first post-War book fair. Almost 60 trade-fair years later, the Frankfurt Book Fair is the largest of its kind in the world – and the hallmark for global activities in the field of culture. With year-round services and information offerings for the international trade, the Frankfurt Book Fair has thus emerged as the world-wide market place for ideas – 365 days a year. In 2007, there were 283,293 visitors to the 5-day event.

Story: The Woman in Me, by Miguel Angel

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The Woman in Me
by Miguel Angel

My mother’s pride
Was in her hands
The piano was her soul
I watched in wonder
As she played show tunes
Miles off from Rock & Roll
What she loved she taught me
Now music’s what I do
And often when I am writing
In my hands
She’s there too

If I sing, you are the music
If I thrive, you are why I’m good
If my hands can find some magic
You are the one who said they could
When the child who’s still inside me
Finds a song in empty air
When there is joy in making music
It is you who put it there.

I had heard this song several times before and I remember focusing on the bridge, which is the second set of stanzas. I assumed the song to have a romantic overtone and being directed towards a lover. It wasn’t until recently that I actually listened to the lyrics and realized it was directed to a mother; and while listening a tear peeked in my eyes.

No, my mother didn’t play piano or any instrument for that matter—neither do I—and she didn’t need to. There were so many other things she did…and did well.

I vividly remember seeing her for the last time, and I recall how much I cried at the certainty I was not going to see her alive again. I also remember clearly the words a friend offered to help me deal with such a heart-wrenching moment.

“When we pass, we don’t just disappear into nothing. We simply become more a part of those we leave behind. Your mother will always be a part of you,” he said that evening over dinner at a fancy restaurant overlooking beautiful Acapulco Bay.
 
When I was a child, I am embarrassed to admit, I don’t believe I appreciated my mother. How could I? I was a child and therefore the world had relevance only in reference to me. My mother was not a human being with feelings and needs then. She was there to provide me with care, love, and attention. No more and no less.

I remember however, in my earlier years, thinking of both my parents as these giant, all-powerful, all-capable people. I admired the fact that both of them had no formal education—my mother barely finished second grade and my father third. They, nonetheless, had a great sense of what was proper and right, and their common sense and set of values was admirable.

My mother was quite the disciplinarian. Being the one who stayed with us all day, she was the one who laid the law and enforced it in the house. But that is not to say that she was harsh; quite the opposite, she was able to remain loving in spite of having to deal with 5 children all day long. I do not know how she did it. All I know is that mothers like mine should automatically qualify for sainthood.
 
I remember some hot nights in Acapulco, when I was about 4 years old, in which I would wake up unable to sleep because of the heat. My mother would take me outside and give me a bath under a sky laden with stars telling me stories prompted by the endless questions I had about everything around me. I remember her telling me once that when people were no longer with us (she was smart enough to know not to use the word ‘die,’ God only knows what line of questioning would have ensued) they became the stars we saw above.

We also had cooler nights, and I remember waking up because my blanket had slipped off and I was cold. As if I had summoned powers beyond me, two hands like butterflies would grab the edge of the blanket and cover me gently, at the same time that rose-petaled lips would kiss my forehead and tell me everything was OK.

When I had a project in school, something for which we needed our parents help, I would be all worried when, before going to bed, I would realize I had not done it. My mother would tell me not to worry and, the next day, things would be miraculously materialized before my eyes.
 
I remember how she told each one of her children separately we were the one she loved the most. She also told us not to share that with our siblings. Her voice could be thunderous when she had to, but for the most part she was soft and tender. I loved the way she call me ‘papa’ or ‘mi rey,’ which means my king. I have many memories of her willingness to help others, her inability to refrain from giving, and her capacity for being caring.

I remember how beautiful I found her even on a ‘bad hair day.’ I remember how simple she was, how unsophisticated, and how humble. Although the latter is something I didn’t get from her, I was fascinated about how much I looked like her in my teens when I tied a scarf over my head and around my chin. That was until I started growing facial hair though.
 
I imagine how challenging it must have been for someone from our culture and with her level of education to deal with having a gay child and yet I can’t find a single instance in which she made me feel I was less of a child of hers because of that. As it is common for our culture, my sexuality was not something we spoke about openly, but there was always the uttermost respect for who I was and I always knew myself to be loved as much as my brothers and sisters.
 
In my later teens I suddenly grew to appreciate the woman who game me the gift of life, and I remember how we would joke and tease each other. “You should have stopped having children after you had me,” I would say to her.
 
“I should have stopped having children right before you,” she would be quick to reply.
See all this gray hair on my head?” She would say, “You gave it all to me!”
 
My mom grew old
Her hands grew numb
Now she cannot play
I came to visit
She sat and asked me
How it could be this way
I couldn’t find an answer
I played this tune for her instead
My mother sat there, smiling
For she knew what it said

When she grew sick with cancer, she kept most details about her illness from her children, especially those of us who were away, in order not to worry us. I was fortunate enough to be able to see her 3 months before she died ten years ago, as I was fortunate to spend a few weeks caring for her and pampering her exactly the way she deserved. She would not take that easily though. She still wanted to be the mother and she wanted to get up and cook and make me feel like everything was normal, like she was still the mother and I was her child. I would hide from her and cry because I found it so unfair for her life to end that way and because there was only so much I could do about it.
 
If I sing, you are the music
If I love, you taught me how
Every day your heart is beating
In the woman I am now
If my ears are tuned to wonder
If when I reach the cords are there
If there is joy in making music
It’s a joy that you put there

 
It is true; I am blessed to have known for a few years now, that when we pass we don’t just disappear. We simply become a part of those we leave behind.

There is a wonderful woman in me and it has nothing to do with my sexuality or my flair for feather boas and high heels.
 
I get to experience that woman all the time, when I feel successful and accomplished, when I feel capable and proud of what I have done, when I experience myself as a caring, giving member of the human race, when I am able to extend a hand to someone who is in need, and most especially, when I get to be nurturing and loving.
 
I have 3 children in my life now—Jesse, Aiden, and Liam—who remind me of my own childhood and my mother almost every day. When I read to them before they go to bed, it is my mother’s voice I hear; and when I go into their rooms to cover them, it is those butterflies of my mother’s hands which grab the blanket; and when I kiss them in their sweet foreheads, it is my mother’s rose-petaled lips which kiss them.

I often talk to them and called them ‘papa’ or ‘mi rey,’ and when they make me laugh I hear my mother’s joyful peal of laughter ringing in my ears.
 
And even though I never told you
It took time until I could see
That if I sing, you are the music
And you always sing with me
Yes, you are always there in me.

 
To the woman in me, the music in my life, my mother, Sylvia.
When I look to the night sky you are the brightest star in the firmament. May you always live in me!
 
With Love,
Miguel Angel, (Your favorite child)

Borders-Eastlake Dias de Los Madres Reading May 10, 2008

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Borders-Eastlake Dias de Los Madres Reading
Saturday, May 10, 2008

Shoppers at Borders-Eastlake were thrilled to hear English and Spanish selections from Heart of a Mother, Heart of a Woman, and Corazón de Mujer as they entered the store to purchase last minute Mother’s Day gifts.

Shown here, Consuelo Sanchez, reading her magnificent opening poem to Corazón de Mujer.

 

A native Chula Vistan, Sheryl Roush, the Heart Book series creator, and her mother Beverly Roush of Chula Vista, signed at the event, joined by local contributors: Eln Albert (Spring Valley), Elisa Castaneda (Mira Mesa), Consuelo Sanchez (Ensenada), Darlene Fahl-Brittian (La Mesa) and daughter Savannah, Maria Carter (Santee), Cassandra Northington (San Diego/Oklahoma).

 

Toastmasters Featured at Borders Book Reading & Signing May 10

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Toastmasters Featured at Borders Book Reading & Signing May 10, 2008

BORDERS Books & Music Eastlake location hosted a stellar multi-author book signing and reading event on Saturday, May 10, on Dias de Los Madres, and in celebration of Mother’s Day weekend at the new Chula Vista store, San Diego County.

Books featured were Heart of a Mother, Heart of a Woman, and newly released Corazón de Mujer.

Those reading and signing were members of Toastmasters International, from Districts 5 and 34, San Diego and Baja California, reading in both Spanish and English.

Pictured here are Toastmasters (L-R), Elisa Castaneda, Eln Albert, Sheryl Roush, Helen Blanchard, Cassandra Northington, Catherine Nary, and Consuelo Sanchez. Not pictured: Darlene Falh-Brittian.

A special surprise to the signers, was the appearance of Helen Blanchard, the First Lady of Toastmasters, literally the first woman to be accepted into the previously all male organization, who then went on to become the first female International President of the global organization, now in 93 countries with over 3.4 million empowered to be better listeners, thinkers and speakers, since 1924. Ms. Blanchard releases her new book sharing her story in August 2008 at the organization’s annual convention, this year being held in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Fellow Toastmasters present in the listening audience included Catherine Nary and Lyn White.

Sheryl Roush, the originator of the gift book series, has been a member of Toastmasters since 1987, and was the first woman elected to the leadership posoition of District 5 Governor in ten years. Ms. Roush considers Helen Blanchard one of her own role models, as well as that of countless thousands around the world.

Borders-Brea Features Heart Book Reading May 9

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Borders-Brea Features Heart Book Reading May 9

Southern Californian residents Becky Palmer, Sandra Nash, Maria Carter, Seth Sherwood and Sheryl Roush were featured at BORDERS-Brea location on Friday, May 9, 2008, reading in English and Spanish for shoppers on the Mother’s Day weekend.

The skilled readers showcased their original stories, poems and humorous quips from the Heart of a Mother, Heart of a Woman, Heart of the Holidays, and Corazón de Mujer gift books.

Seth Sherwood both read in Spanish, and eloquently translated his readings into Spanish.

Maria Carter touched listeners with her patriotic story, entitled, Heart of a Marine’s Mother, then shared that her soon, Nic, had just been recalled for her second tour to Iraq, only two weeks earlier.

Shown, Sandra Nash reading lovely selections to the listeners.

In the audience enjoying the readings included guest shoppers, Sherri Elgas of Cookie Lee Jewelry and Lucy Lee of Emblem.

 

Book Contributors Sign for Mother’s Day at Arizona Borders

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Book Contributors Sign for Mother’s Day at Arizona Borders

Heart of a Mother, and Heart of a Woman gift books complied by Sheryl Roush of San Diego were featured at BORDERS Books & Music this Mother’s Day.

The Phoenix area signing events on Sunday, May 4 and Monday, May 5, also showcased the brand new releases of the Heart of a Mother book with Bonus CD of Musical Selections and the Heart of a Woman book translated into Spanish, entitled Corazón de Mujer.

Joining Sheryl Roush for the BORDERS Paradise Valley, Superstition Springs and Glendale book signings were contributors, speakers and author colleagues Lynn Pierce and Marcia Reynolds.

Lynn Pierce is a co-author of 5 books including the #1 Best Selling, Wake-up…Live the Life You Love.

Known as the Success Architect, Lynn creates the blueprint you need to help you to get what you dream of in life. She shows you how you can be wildly successful living life your way and fitting your business into your life rather than the other way around.

Her new book is Breakthrough to Success: 19 Keys to Mastering Every Area of Your Life.

Marcia Reynolds, PsyD, is a Master Certified Coach accredited through the International Coach Federation, and a Certified Speaking Professional accredited through the National Speakers Association. She is the author of Outsmart Your Brain. 

Contributors Read and Sign Books at Borders Canoga Park, CA

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Contributors Read and Sign Book at Borders Canoga Park, CA

Saturday, May 3, 2008, nine contributors to the Heart of a Mother, Heart of a Woman, and Corazón de Mujer books, autographed gift books for shoppers at the BORDERS Canoga Park store.

Shoppers were entertained as stories, poems and quotations were heartfully shared from the publications by their original writers, including Adria Manary, Becky Palmer "Rent An Aunt," Linda Salazar, Renee Carter and Sheryl Roush.

New mother Tina Rubin was accompanied for this Mother’s Day reading by her husband, and precious new little daughter, Sophie, who posed beautifully for photos, on cue.

Marcy DeCato read in Spanish, her contribution to the newly released Corazón de Mujer.

A touching moment was celebrated by all when daughter Rita Lanell De Los Reyes, read her touching tribute, "My Pretty Santa" to her mother, Janie Cruise, who was present to share the event.

Brand new tunes from the Heart of a Mother Musical Selection CD played throughout the store, as a special treat to shoppers as well.

May 4, 2008 BOOK SIGNING EVENT at Borders Paradise Valley

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May 4, 2008 Book Signing at Borders Paradise Valley, Arizona

 

Sheryl Roush professional speaker and author of the series including Heart of a Woman, Heart of a Mother, Heart of the Holidays and brand new  Corazón de Mujer books will be autographing copies on Sunday, May 4 from 1:00-3:00pm at BORDERS-Paradise Valley in Phoenix, Arizona.

Joining Sheryl is book contributor and speaking colleague Lynn Pierce, co-author of 5 books including the #1 Best Selling, Wake-up…Live the Life You Love. Lynn’s new book is Breakthrough to Success: 19 Keys to Mastering Every Area of Your Life. Known as the Success Architect, just tell Lynn what the life of your dreams looks like and she’ll create the blueprint to get you there. She shows you how you can be wildly successful living life your way and fitting your
business into your life rather than the other way around. 

COME MEET THE AUTHOR and have your books personally autographed!

Perfect for Mother’s Day gifts!

BORDERS
4555 E. Cactus Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85032
Phone: 602.953.9699

Located on the S.W. corner of Tatum and Cactus
just south of the Paradise Valley Mall.

May 10, 2008 BOOK SIGNING EVENT at Borders Eastlake

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Heart Book Contributors Autograph May 10, 2008 at Borders Eastlake, Chula Vista, California

UNIQUE MULTI-AUTHOR EVENT!

Sheryl Roush and contributors to the Heart of a Woman, Heart of a Mother, Heart of the Holidays and brand new  Corazón de Mujer books will be autographing copies on Saturday, May 10 from 3:00-6:00pm at BORDERS bookstore in Eastlake of Chula Vista, San Diego, California.

More than a book signing, contributors will READ THEIR original STORY or POEM to shoppers! Contributors present will include: Maria Carter, Dharlene Fahl-Brittian, Cassandra Northington (Oklahoma), Consuelo Sanchez, Elisa Castaneda, Eln Albert, and Sheryl’s mother Beverly Roush,
joining series originator Sheryl Roush from San Diego. The group will be celebrating Mother’s Day with dinner locally following the book signing event.

COME MEET THESE AUTHORS and have your books personally autographed!

Perfect for Mother’s Day gifts!

BORDERS – SAN DIEGO
Eastlake Chula Vista

878 Eastlake Parkway
Chula Vista, CA 91914
Store Phone: 619.482.9883

May 10, 2008 Presentation and Book Signing: Mother-Daughter Luncheon

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May 10, 2008 Presentation and Book Signing

Mother-Daughter Luncheon

Sheryl Roush will be presenting "The Heart of a Mother" the keynote program for the annual Mother-Daughter Luncheon at the University Christian Church in San Diego, California on Saturday, May 10 from 11:00am-2:00pm.

Sheryl is a native San Diegan, yet an internationally recognized top-rated speaker in nine countries around the globe. President of Sparkle Presentations, Inc., she is an 11-time published author, with her series including: Heart of a Mother, Heart of a Woman (in English and Spanish), Heart of the Holidays (Yuletide traditions), and Sparkle-Tudes!™ quotations and scriptures for women.

Copies of the books listed here will be available for purchase at a special reduced price at the event.

Following her program she will be signing copies of Heart of a Woman, Heart of a Mother, Heart of the Holidays and brand new Corazón de Mujer for attendees, before a multi-author book signing event at BORDERS bookstore in Eastlake, Chula Vista.

Contributors present for book signing include: Maria Carter, author of Falling In Love With Your Life; and Laura Rubinstein,
author of Transform Your Body and the Feminine Power Cards, and Founder of Women in Joy.

For information and reservations to attend the Luncheon, contact Sharon McHenry, at (619) 284-4034. Tickets are $6.00 including program. Luncheon served by the MEN at Noon. Program 1:00-1:30pm, with book signing following.

University Christian Church
3900 Cleveland Avenue

Hillcrest area, near Richmond Street
across the street from the DMV and Post Office

San Diego, CA 92103



May 9, 2008 BOOK SIGNING EVENT at Borders Brea

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Heart Book Contributors Autograph May 9, 2008 at Borders Brea, California

UNIQUE MULTI-AUTHOR EVENT!

Sheryl Roush and contributors to the Heart of a Woman, Heart of a Mother, Heart of the Holidays and brand new  Corazón de Mujer books will be autographing copies on Friday, May 9 from 6:00-8:00pm at BORDERS bookstore in Brea, Orange County, Los Angeles, California.

More than a book signing, contributors will READ THEIR original STORY or POEM to shoppers! Contributors present will include: Adria Manary,
author of Mommy Magic and More Mommy Magic Maria Carter, author of Fall in Love with Your Life; Seth Sherwood, author of Trains Make U-Turns; Becky Palmer, Sandra Nash, mother and daughter authors Janie Cruise and Rita Lanell de Los Reyes; all joining series originator Sheryl Roush from San Diego.

COME MEET THESE AUTHORS and have your books personally autographed!

Perfect for Mother’s Day gifts!

BORDERS Brea
429 South Associated Rd.
Brea, CA 92821

in Orange County, Los Angeles
Phone: 714.672.0120

In the Brea Plaza Shopping Center at Imperial Highway,
between Associated Road and the 57 Freeway.

 

Noted Author Lynn Pierce to Autograph with Sheryl Roush

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Noted Author Lynn Pierce to Autograph with Sheryl Roush

Lynn Pierce, contributor to Heart of a Woman and the brand new Spanish translation release of Corazón de Mujer in the book series by Sheryl Roush, will be autographing copies on Monday, May 5, from 2:00-4:00pm at the BORDERS Superstition Springs Center in Mesa, Arizona.

Lynn is a co-author of 5 books including the #1 Best Selling, Wake-up…Live the Life You Love.

Known as the Success Architect, just tell Lynn what the life of your dreams looks like and she’ll create the blueprint to get you there. She shows you how you can be wildly successful living life your way and fitting your business into your life rather than the other way around.

Her new book is Breakthrough to Success: 19 Keys to Mastering Every Area of Your Life.

COME MEET THESE AUTHORS and have your books personally autographed!

Perfect for Mother’s Day gifts!

 

Borders
Superstition Springs Center

6555 E. Southern Ave.
Mesa, AZ 85206
Phone: 480.854.1952

Noted Author Marcia Reynolds to Autograph with Sheryl Roush

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Noted Author Marcia Reynolds to Autograph with Sheryl Roush

Dr. Marcia Reynolds, PsyD
Master Certified Coach and Certified Speaking Professional

Marcia Reynolds loves to change people’s minds. Considered an expert on how the brain works, she travels around the world teaching classes in leadership and consulting on organizational change programs. 

Marcia is also a true pioneer in the coaching profession and a past president of the International Coach Federation (ICF). She was one of the first 100 people to earn the designation of Master Certified Coach (MCC) and was instrumental in designing the certification and accreditation programs for the ICF. 

Excerpts from her interviews and her book, Outsmart Your Brain, have appeared in  Fortune Magazine, Investors Business Daily, Harvard Communications Newsletter, Cosmopolitan, Christian Science Monitor, Family Circle, American Way Magazine, The Los Angeles Times and The New York Times and she has appeared on ABC World News, National Public Radio, and Japan Nightly News.

Marcia is an experienced keynote speaker, presenting at both corporate and association conferences. In 2004, she earned the designation of Certified Speaking Professional from the National Speakers Association.

Marcia’s doctoral degree is in organizational psychology with a research emphasis on the personal factors that both hinder and help in the success of high-achieving women in today’s corporations.

Featured at BORDERS Glendale on Sunday, May 4, from 4:00-6:00pm, Marcia will be signing copies of the books Heart of a Woman, Heart of a Mother, Heart of the Holidays and brand new  Corazón de Mujer with Sheryl Roush, along with Outsmart Your Brain.

 

BORDERS
7320 West Bell
Glendale, AZ 85308
Phone: 623.487.9110

Located at the northeast corner of Bell Road and 75th Avenue in Glendale, next to Toys R Us and Sports Authority.

 

May 5, 2008 Book Signing at Borders Mesa, Arizona

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May 5, 2008 Book Signing at Borders Mesa, Arizona

Superstition Springs Center

Sheryl Roush professional speaker and author of the series including Heart of a Woman, Heart of a Mother, Heart of the Holidays and brand new  Corazón de Mujer books will be autographing copies on Monday, May 5 from 2:00-4:00pm at BORDERS in Superstition Springs.

Joining Sheryl is book contributor and speaking colleague Lynn Pierce, co-author of 5 books including the #1 Best Selling, Wake-up…Live the Life You Love. Lynn’s new book is Breakthrough to Success: 19 Keys to Mastering Every Area of Your Life. Known as the Success Architect, just tell Lynn what the life of your dreams looks like and she’ll create the blueprint to get you there. She shows you how you can be wildly successful living life your way and fitting your
business into your life rather than the other way around. 

COME MEET THESE AUTHORS and have your books personally autographed!

Perfect for Mother’s Day gifts!

Borders
Superstition Springs Center

6555 E. Southern Ave.
Mesa, AZ 85206
Phone: 480.854.1952

 

May 4, 2008 Book Signing at Borders Glendale, Arizona

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May 4, 2008 Book Signing at Borders Glendale, Arizona

 

Sheryl Roush , professional speaker, will be autographing copies of her series books including Heart of a Woman, Heart of a Mother, Heart of the Holidays and brand new  Corazón de Mujer  on Friday, May 4 from 4:00-6:00pm at BORDERS bookstore  at 73rd and West Bell.

 

Joining Sheryl is National Speakers Association colleague and Phoenix resident Marcia Reynolds, PsyD, contributing author to Corazón de Mujer, Heart of a Woman, and Heart of the Holidays

Author of Outsmart Your Brain, excerpts from her interviews and her book have appeared in Fortune Magazine, Investors Business Daily, Harvard Communications Newsletter, Cosmopolitan, Christian Science Monitor, Family Circle, American Way Magazine, The Los Angeles Times and The New York Times and she has appeared on ABC World News, National Public Radio, and Japan Nightly News.

COME MEET THESE AUTHORS and have your books personally autographed!

Perfect for Mother’s Day gifts!

BORDERS
7320 West Bell
Glendale, AZ 85308
Phone: 623.487.9110

Located at the northeast corner of Bell Road and 75th Avenue in Glendale, next to Toys R Us and Sports Authority.

May 3, 2008 BOOK SIGNING EVENT at Borders Canoga Park

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Heart Book Contributors Autograph May 3, 2008 at Borders Canoga Park, California

UNIQUE MULTI-AUTHOR EVENT!

Sheryl Roush and contributors to the Heart of a Woman, Heart of a Mother, Heart of the Holidays and brand new  Corazón de Mujer books will be autographing copies on Saturday, May 3 from 1:00-3:00pm at BORDERS bookstore  at 6510 Canoga Avenue in Canoga Park.

More than a book signing, contributors will READ THEIR original STORY or POEM to shoppers! Contributors present will include: Adria Manary, Becky Palmer, Janie Cruise and daughter author Rita Lanell De Los Reyes, Linda Salazar, Marcy Decato, Renee Carter, Seth Sherwood and Tina Rubin joining series originator Sheryl Roush.

Borders
6510 Canoga Avenue, Canoga Park,
Los Angeles County, CA
91303
Phone: 818.887.1999

Heart of a Woman SPANISH Version receives Rave Reviews

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Corazón de Mujer
Heart of a Woman SPANISH Version receives Rave Reviews

Corazón de Mujer, Heart of a Woman, captures eloquently and beautifully the myriad aspects of a woman’s nature and thoughts. Sheryl Roush shows her emotional and intellectual depth in this carefully selected collection of quotations and beautiful writings for, about, and by women.

I was mesmerized beyond words by her cleverness in organizing the varied sources of material in a way that made sense and made it easy to enjoy. Her Heart Book Series (Heart of a Mother and Heart of the Holidays) lives up to its title. It’s brimming with heart!

Utterly refreshing, Corazón de Mujermade me laugh and cry, moved me and touched me, and made me aware of things that, both in women and in myself, I didn’t know about. This collection is a celebration of womanhood. Every woman in my life deserves a copy!
 
-Miguel Ángel

Corazón de Mujer: Early Reviews of New Book

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Corazón de Mujer: Early Reviews of New Book

Corazón de Mujer captura con elocuencia y belleza los múltiples aspectos de la naturaleza y el pensamiento de la mujer. Sheryl Roush muestra su profundidad emocional e intelectual en esta colección de citas y bellos pensamientos escritos acerca de, para, y en su mayoria por mujeres.

Me sorprendió tanto que no tengo palabras para expresar su sagacidad al organizar las diferentes fuentes del material, haciendolo fácil de entender y disfrutar.

Últimamente placentero, Corazón de Mujer me hizo reir y llorar, me llegó al corazón y me enterneció, y aprendí cosas, sobre las mujeres y sobre mi mismo, que no sabía.

Esta colección es una celebracion a la mujer. Cada mujer en mi vida merece una copia!
 
– Miguel Ángel

ORDER: www.amazon.com/dp/188087816X

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