Does it feel like summer where you are? The HEAT has hit San Diego, and we’re grateful to be in Phase One of “reopening” the beaches and parks. Fingers crossed that we all do our part to keep things moving in the right direction…and so far, so good!
For the Hippies book that I mention below, it was a fun journey through history—on social media (Facebook/Instagram/LinkedIn), I shared a few items from that time period, including a revolutionary Elvis concert, the largest gathering ever in Washington DC, and a scene from May 4, 1970. Pretty wild times, indeed!
I’d love to hear what you’re up to and how you’re staying busy, sane, and healthy!
Here’s a quick look at recent adventures:
- I finished narrating two books last month: first was How We Change by Ross Ellenhorn for HarperCollins/Audio—it’ll be out later this month and I’m excited to be part of this “paradigm-shifting, instant classic in the making that challenges our assumptions about change”.
- The second book I worked on in April was the novel Hippies: A Kent State Love Story by Peter Jedick—it’s a work of historical fiction and based on Peter’s time at the college during the quite eventful 1969-70 school year, leading up to those tragic events 50 years ago this May! There was SO much going on in the country!
- A book I narrated earlier this year, Your Journey to Becoming Unskippable, was recently released! Lots of fun and insightful ideas to move your business and life forward! You can also WATCH a sample of the book here. 😉
- Coming up in May, I’ll begin coaching with Shannon Parks (aka Marguerite Gavin to audiobook fans)—looking forward to up my game with fiction!
- And I’m producing a second Livestream reading on May 14th, this time: Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor with an all-star cast of guests from my podcast The Working Actor’s Journey, including 3x Tony nominee Harry Groener!
More ahead! Be well and keep in touch!