I'm delighted to share that a piece from my book has been published on Thriveglobal.com, which is a digital format founded by Arianna Huffington. Check it out!
I am a seeker of joy, a change agent, up-lifter and writer. I can only speak from my own experiences and observations in life.
I'm happy to announce that I was included on the Thriveglobal.com publication site. In a section called, Small but powerful things that are bringing us hope right now. Thrive had posed the question, What small things are bringing you hope right now? I replied along with many other uplifters and under the heading, The momentum we're building, I am quoted as saying, "What brings me relief and eternal hope is my belief that all people are inherently good. I also trust that under today's unrest there is a strong current of love that is bubbling up from the depths of humanity. There's a momentum building from people from all walks of life. Keeping this in mind brings me hope."
My original book is available all over the world thanks to Amazon, check out the lovely reviews. The Journal Edition is available online at Barnes and Noble, Target, Walmart & Amazon to name a few. This Edition encourages you to embrace the grieving process. I find keeping a journal can be very comforting and cathartic I hope you do too.
2019 An amazing first year thanks to everyone's support.
On February 4th 2020 my website turned one year old, thank you!
2020 We kicked off the year at the Oregon Public Library! I am excited for the opportunity to meet more people this year. I'm available for speaking engagements, so please click the contact button. There is good in the grieving process, let's begin it together.
Kathy, thank you for taking the photo used in my article, I am sorry I missed the opportunity to give you proper credit! The post you followed up with is so unbelievably touching!
I look forward to making many more memories with your amazing family, love always!
Kelsey Bassanini, is a therapeutic Pain Specialist, at Natural Health Improvement Center of San Jose. I asked if she would comment on my work and here is what she wrote, "I pulled out your book and reviewed it again. I think it is especially useful for a companion of someone who is grieving. Your words provide insight into the different ways that we process grief. Knowing that allows friends and family to be present in mourning without the pressure of asking "How do you feel? What can I do?"
Kelsey, thank you so much, it is a goal for my book to be "a companion" during the grieving process. DR
I met Gina at Talbots and gifted her a copy of my book. Shortly afterwards she sent me an amazing treasure, pictured above, along with a beautiful handwritten note where she said, "I keep the book you gave me in my purse and read it when I find myself missing someone."
Gina, I am so touched by your lovely words and the gorgeous handcrafted pen set! DR
Left a touching quote on Amazon, she wrote, "This book has so much wisdom, love, insight, and passion. Grief can and has taken me to my knees, Deb's writing gave me hope.
Phyllis, thank you for those kind words and I hope the book will continue to offer you relief. Love DR
"Deb did an author visit at our library and gave a wonderful presentation." Kara Ripley Adult Services & Outreach Librarian, Oregon Public Library. located at 256 Brook St.
Oregon, WI 53575
To Kara & Team, News of your new library building is exciting but your current place is so special, thank you so much for sharing it with me. Deb
I want to thank everyone who came out to meet me at Rosie's in Monona, thank you Coz for hosting this event!! BTW that's Coz on the right! My dear friend, Janet Kjelland, is on the left, guess that leaves me in the middle LOL
I am so excited about my beautiful family this young lady is my niece, Courtney Rosman, and I adore the fact she came out to my event which means the world to me, thank you so much!
Thank you for always being so supportive of my work, how fortunate I am to call you friend!