Recovering The SelfA Journal of Hope and Healing

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Author Interviews

Canoedling in Cleveland: A Chat with Richard Morris

by Michell Spoden Canoes are one of the oldest sources of travel through the rivers. They were originally made by native people and used for survival. …

Green Gym: Ecologically Fit with Author Tammy Polenz

by Michell Spoden Going green and staying fit is the concept highlighted by Tammy Polenz, author of Think Fit 2 Be Fit. We’ll learn from Polenz on this as we …

True Colours – The Art of Bekah Moss

by Michell Spoden My guest today is 26-year-old Bekah Moss from Canton, OH. She is a professional artist and musician, running her own freelance company. She …

Fear Not – That Mountain Can Be Removed

by Michell Spoden  Is what we think and act on who we really are or just a distorted view of ourselves? What we think is what limits us or brings us to …

Christine Benedict – The Rewarding Art of Creative Writing

by Michell Spoden Author Christine Benedict’s novel Anonymous was published last year by Loconeal Select and has received many positive reviews on Amazon.com …

Pitch Your Business Like a Pro – with Victor Kwegyir

by Michell Spoden Today I’m having a chat with Victor Kwegyir, an International Business Consultant & Coach, Entrepreneur, Business Motivational Speaker, …

Authors on Friedreich’s Ataxia – Susan Allen Carter

by Michell Spoden Susan Allen Carter is a forty-year-old mental health counselor from the United States and is part of literacy project with Authors on …

Authors on Friedreich’s Ataxia – Sarah Allen

by Michell Spoden As part of the Authors on Friedreich’s Ataxia series, I share my correspondence with another author who is part of this literacy project. …

Authors on Friedreich’s Ataxia – Rebecca Stant

by Michell Spoden In the second round of Authors on Friedreich’s Ataxia, I present my Q&A with Rebecca Stant, a 42-year-old Australian author, who is …

Authors on Friedreich’s Ataxia – Jamie Leigh Hansen

by Michell Spoden Friedreich’s Ataxia is a rare genetic disease that we don’t hear about much in news or mainstream media. But it deeply affects those who …

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