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Chit Chatting with Brenda Shoshanna, Ph.D.

                                                                         Chit Chatting with Brenda Shoshanna, Ph.D. Tell Us About Yourself I am a psychologist, author, playwright, speaker and long-term Zen practitioner. I am also an Interfaith Counselor and worked in this area for years. My work has focused on integrating the teachings and practices of East and West and showing how to make them real in our everyday life. I’ve offered talks, workshops, and meditation sessions for many years. The most wonderful teachers I’ve had are my children and  grandchildren. They constantly remind me to be playful, expect the unexpected and join them in all their different journeys, with an open mind. I am starting a blog now called Turn The Page, where I hope to integrate what I have discovered in the many streams of life I’ve been in. 2) When did you start to write? What was the first thing you wrote? I started to write in Junior High, very short stories and also short plays, which I put on with

Review for “The Unshakable Road to Love” by Brenda Eshin Shoshanna

 Review for “The Unshakable Road to Love” by Brenda Eshin Shoshanna Reviewed by Jill Sheets I was intrigued when I heard about this book and looked forward to reading it. When I got “The Unshakable Road to Love,” I was a little worried that I may not understand the book, which has happened before. I soon realized this book was easy to read and understand. This book flows nicely and is well-written. Brenda also added great exercises in the book to work on as you go through the book. She also added stories to her book, which I enjoyed. I liked this book, and I feel you should give it a try.

Chit Chatting with Yvonne M. Morgan

  Chit Chatting with Yvonne M. Morgan Interviewed by: Jill Sheets J: Tell us about yourself. Y: Hi everyone. I’m Yvonne Morgan. A little about myself, I was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland and spent most of my summers there as I grew up and I also lived in Canada for eleven years before immigrating to the USA in 1974. I’m a mom to five children (two girls, an adopted set of twins and a son who lives in heaven). And, I’m a grandmother to five grandkids. I love Jesus, doing short-term mission trips and traveling. J: Why did you decide to become a writer? Y: I never intended to become a writer. After many years of short-term mission work, I felt God nudging me to write stories from the mission field. I laughed because I thought I was too old and I was not a writer. But the nudge would not go away. So, finally, I asked God to speak through my husband if this was really Him and not my imagination. And I told none of this to my husband. About a month later, Bill and I sat watching TV, and

Review for Gypsy of God

Review for Gypsy of God Written By: Jill Sheets   I loved the book   Gypsy for God  by author  by  Yvonne M. Morgan.    Yvonne Morgan's writing is relatable. This book has a great message. The book is wonderfully written with well-rounded characters. I couldn’t put down the book. This heart-warming book is a must-read, especially for Christians. I love how God keeps putting the main character out of her comfort zone, which we all can relate to.  I recommend this book, especially if you are Christian  Gypsy for God   would be a great book to read.