Saturday, March 17, 2012

Write From The Heart Book Review

Write From The Heart was an enchanting story about changing your life and making yourself happy. Main character Samantha does just what all of us should probably end up doing by realizing what a rut she is in and taking the steps to change things and achieving her dreams.

Bravely changing everything in her life and taking a chance on many levels, I felt inspired by the character to step back and take a look at my life and what my dreams are. Hopefully I'll also be able to take action and find the happiness she did. (And I'm hoping it will be as seemingly easy as it was for her.)

Meet the Author:

Heather Hummel is a "photonovelist" who blends her love for photography with her award-winning career as an author. Her published works include:
Journals from the Heart Series:
Whispers from the Heart (2011)
Write from the Heart (2011)
GO BIKE & Other Signs from the Universe (2011)
Gracefully: Looking and Being Your Best at Any Age (McGraw-Hill, 2008),
Messages of Hope and Healing ( Sunpiper Media, 2006)
Blue Ridge Anthology (Cedar Creek, 2007) with David Baldacci and Rita Mae Brown
2009 Mature Media Awards, Merit Award
2009 New York Book Festival, Honorable Mention

Heather's books have appeared in newspapers such as: Publishers Weekly, USA Today and the Washington Post; and in magazines that include: Health, Body & Soul, First, and Spry Living, a combined circulation of nearly 15 million. A graduate with High Distinction from the University of Virginia, Heather holds a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies degree with concentrations in English and Secondary Education. She is currently earning a Ph.D. in Metaphysical Sciences.