It’s been a big week in Louisville. Party Saturday, signing and selling Sunday, on WHAS news that night, radio show Tuesday, 3-hour news taping on Wednesday, and book talk tonight, Friday. Time to drive home tomorrow. First, I’ll pick up Okie and have Easter dinner (one day early) with my brother Kris and his gal, Lisa. And … Continued
I have my first radio interview with WGTK 970 AM, so I hope you will listen in! http://www.970wgtk.com/ What an incredible day of signing on Sunday! So many wonderful people came out. It was wonderful to see everyone. I will be signing/speaking/reading/taking questions and answers on Friday, March 29, beginning at 6 PM, speaking at … Continued
I heard an author talking about her book today, saying it was a group of women in New England who passed her book around to one another and eventually made it a bestseller, when her eight novels before had not experienced success. I hope you will spread the word about To Soften the Blow. I want to … Continued
On Sunday, March 24, between noon and 4 PM, I will be at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville, talking about, signing, and selling To Soften the Blow. Please come – and tell all your friends and family! Thank you. Lynnie
Please keep the emails coming! I promise to answer every one! It is wonderful to hear from all of you!
Now that my students know my story, which of course could not be helped by the publishing of my book and news articles, it is quite a different experience teaching the value of non-violence. When I get to certain parts of the story of Gandhi’s life, I can feel the kids are listening in a whole … Continued
I noticed when The Washington Post article appeared online many people locked onto the fact that the article was about guns. It was not. I (or the author of the article had) have very little to say about the gun laws in our society. I do have a lot to say about mental illness, and … Continued
I woke up this morning to a message from Mr. Huggins telling me the Post story was on the front page of the Forum section in the Louisville Courier Journal. Pretty cool.
I had no control over how the Post reporter wrote my family’s story, but if I had, it would not have been such a sad story. There is a way out of trauma and it is possible to go on and live a happy, healthy life. I notice others are afraid of this topic. Getting … Continued
I have come to believe the way a person handles his/her anger, is a good indication of that person’s mental health. There are those who won’t swat a fly, there are those who massacre a large group of people. Most of us are in between. It is my belief that what separates those who can handle … Continued