Depression Hates a Moving Target

  Get moving — that’s what Nita Sweeney did to help her get back from a lifetime of depression. Although she still battles daily with her brain chemistry, Sweeney shows how one choice to make a simple movement took her into long-distance running, her faithful dog at her side, and improved her mental health. Sweeney…

Terry Hill, “Memoirs from a Prison Cell”

Terry Hill has hand-sold 6,000 books outside stores and stadiums in Washington State. Hill’s story shows the reader what it’s like to be given away to strangers as a child, grow up in poverty in a small Louisiana logging town, and be abruptly called back to his mother in Seattle as a teenager. Left to…

Charles O’Donnell | #amwriting and Self Publishing

Self publishing is easy — if you’ve spent 35 years as an engineer in product development like Charles O’Donnell. The discipline and pacing of engineering means that the author of The Girlfriend Experience and Shredded can keep up a production schedule and a writing schedule simultaneously. Listen with a pencil in hand as O’Donnell describes…