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The Moment I Knew: Book Salon Preview – a discussion about women writing

Sunday, August 28, 2011, 5pm ET

The Moment I Knew: Reflections from Women on Life’s Defining Moments

Chat with Terri Spahr Nelson about her new book. Hosted by Noelle Stern.

There are moments in our lives that are so significant they become etched in our memories. They may be decisions, crises or challenges, or simply situations we stumbled upon. Yet, these moments change us in ways we never expected.

The Moment I Knew—Reflections from Women on Life’s Defining Moments is a collection of essays and poems about those unforgettable times in our lives. Thirty women from six different countries share their personal insights from the wonder and sublime of everyday life to the unexpected crises. You will see yourself in some of their stories.

This salon will feature the Editor Terri Spahr Nelson and some of the authors from the book. Learn about their experiences in writing their stories and join the discussion on women and writing. Have you considered writing for yourself or for others as a way to share your story? What have your experiences been with writing and publishing? What questions do you have for our authors and our Editor? Or, maybe you would like to tell us about the moment you knew. Join us for an informative and interesting discussion.

Terri Spahr Nelson is the editor of the Reflections from Women series. She is a national consultant, speaker, published author, and psychotherapist in private practice. Terri developed the Women’s Collaborative Empowerment Model for writing and publishing which is the foundation of this series. This model values, encourages and empowers our authors in the publications process.

The Reflections from Women books are published by Sugati Publications where a percentage of the profits go to agencies serving women and girls. Authors from The Moment I Knew who are joining this salon are: Noelle Sterne, Lisa Ford, Kathleen “Mimi”LaFrancis Eaton, Rachel Malis, Rebecca Love, Kim Evans, Beth Myers, Janel Field, Cyndi Pauwels, Donna Donabella,.

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