MARCH 2017

~ News, writing prompts and other musings ~

Pre-order on Amazon - May 2017
Pub Date: Sept 2017 (Loving Healing Press)

The month of March heralds the beginning of spring--a season marked by growth and fertility, and a time with the potential to move us from a period of rest and reflection to one of growth and expansion. Spiritually speaking, this could be an excellent time to put our words, feelings, and thoughts into action, resulting in transition and transformation.

In honoring my own new beginnings, I'd like to announce the launching of my new website: 


Please check it out! After six years, it needed a serious face-lift, especially in preparation for the publication of my new book, 
W riting for Bliss: A Seven-Step Program for Telling your Story and Transforming Your Life. I'm so thrilled about this book because it's a  culmination  of my life's work and serves as a template and guide for  the  writing workshops I facilitate around the country.

Simultaneous with the book launch, I'm proud and delighted to announce that I just received the book's Advanced Review Copies (ARC's) allowing my publisher and publicist to begin the prepublication marketing.  For me this is a huge cause for celebration, and I  always  view celebrating important milestones as a way to bring bliss into our lives. 

Something to ponder: If you research the national holidays that occur during the month of March, you'll see that there's an inordinate number of them. In particular, I'd like to draw your attention to March 26th: "Make Your Own Holiday" day. 

As a fun exercise, what would you name this day? I would love to hear from you! You can reach me  through my new website via the "Contact" button. And yes, it's a good way for you to "see" the new me!

Creatively yours,

March Writing Prompts
  • March 3rd is "I want you to be happy day." Write about something you will do to make someone happy on this day.
  • March 15th is The Ides of March, when Julius Caesar was assassinated. It has been suggested to "Beware of the Ides of March." Write about something you need to be aware or beware of this month.
  • Write about a new beginning you want to explore during the month of March.
  • Write a letter to a loved one and consider mailing it.
~ Recently Published Works ~

Woman's Day. December 30, 2016. (Quoted in tip #9)  

Huffington Post. February 1, 2017. 

Psychology Today. February 6, 2017. 

PsychAlive. February 7, 2017. 

Psychology Today. February 14, 2017. 

Just A Little More Time.  Lewars, C. (Ed.). March 2, 2017. 
  Just A Little More Time. Lewars, C. (Ed.). March 2, 2017.
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