When times are difficult, it's important to fill your ears with things that are inspiring. This chapter of the podcast was recorded a little while ago before COVID-19 took over our news feed and social potential. And yet, I am amazed at how relevant this conversation is when we are all needing a reminder about hope TODAY.
Darla Woodley is a local children's book author who has a story of inspiration and tenacity I am sure you will enjoy. She wrote Red Socks Go With Anything, an award-winning book that started a movement called #redsocksforasher, to help a young boy raise money for a Children's Hospital and is on the cusp of self-publishing her second book. Darla is such a beautiful person with a simple desire to motivate people and build a community of kids who can do whatever they believe is possible.
In The Business Bar, I am sharing a recent blog post, about the value of bookstores which is especially important to remember now when so many indie bookstores are struggling with closures and not knowing their future. PLEASE reach out and support your favorite indie bookstore now - they need you if they are going to survive this pandemic.
The Woman in Cabin 10
The Death of Mrs. Westaway
The Lying Game
Stephen King: On Writing
The Woman in the Window
Dead Kid Detective
The Day the Crayons Quit
The Turn of the Key
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