Lead and Link Conference in Savannah, GA

For the past year, I’ve been involved with a woman’s group in Savannah, Georgia called Lead’N’Link.This weekend was the Second Annual Lead and Link Women’s Conference hosted at at Calvary Baptist Temple. Each month we meet for about two hours. It’s a great time to learn about what other Christian women in the community are doing. The conference was a great time of hearing inspiring women speak truths from God’s Word.

I had a great time! Here’s a picture of my vendor table. I’m looking forward to working with the new authors I met this weekend! They have wonderful messages they are sharing with the world!

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And my new business cards that came in on Friday . . .

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Plastic Reality, by Rachael Hartman (Video 1)

I’m talking about my new book Plastic Reality: Processing Cosmetic Surgery – which will be coming out later this year. We overcome by the blood of the lamb and the word of our testimony (Rev. 11).

Rachael Hartman is a Christian author and publisher. She has worked as a full-time newspaper reporter, and as a freelance contributor to magazines. She writes high school Sunday school material for Word Aflame Press creating lessons for Project 7 (P7) student-led Bible Clubs, and Link247. She enjoys health and exercise, reading, art, and playing with her two dogs Darla and Danny. She owns Our Written Lives of Hope bookstore & publishing services. Check out her web site at http://www.owlofhope.com and link to her on Facebook.

Angel Cortello press release, book signing for “Angel: The True Story of an Undeserved Chance”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Alexandria, LA—Last year her book published, and this year she’s taking her message of hope on the road.

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Earlier this year, Angel Cortello had speaking engagements in San Marcos, TX and Miami, FL. She’ll be speaking in Austin, TX in soon and in August, she heads to Providence, Rhode Island as a guest speaker at another conference.

This Saturday, Cortello will be at Hastings bookstore in Alexandria, LA on Saturday, June 28 from 3 to 7 p.m. to meet readers and talk about her book, which will be available at the store.
She will be appearing on Jambalaya on KALB-TV, Wednesday, June 26, to invite the public to her book signing.

Her book goes to places she can’t reach. One man, a prisoner in Oklahoma serving 20 years, read her book and wrote, “I’ve read it twice. The first time in 8 hours. Words can not express how much it ministered to my heart, and encouraged me to take the things in my life, and allow God to use them for His glory… Also, I have about 20 of my friends in line to read it, and God is already moving through your book.”AngelCover

In her book, Angel: The True Story of an Undeserved Chance, she shares her story of being lost in a world of emotional problems, addiction, prostitution and the street life. This is the true story of how she chose recovery and freedom, even in the midst of consequences such as HIV.

She is currently writing a devotional of daily prayer and inspiration for people living with chronic illness.

The book, Angel: The True Story of an Undeserved Chance is available through all major bookstores. It was published by Our Written Lives of Hope, LLC in 2012.

 

 

Rachael HartmanRachael Hartman is a Christian author and publisher. She has worked as a full-time newspaper reporter, and as a freelance contributor to magazines. She writes high school Sunday school material for Word Aflame Press creating lessons for Project 7 (P7) student-led Bible Clubs, and Link247. She enjoys health and exercise, reading, art, and playing with her two dogs Darla and Danny. She owns Our Written Lives of Hope bookstore & publishing services. Check out her web site at www.owlofhope.com and link to her on Facebook.

 

Help yourself by helping others…

I’ve always been a helper. I get a lot of fulfillment out of helping others, teaching something new, helping others reach their goals or find an answer to their problems. Last week I was helping a client with social media marketing and I learned a few new things about WordPress through some of the questions she asked.

I liked the theme she selected, and I decided to try it out on my blog. I also decided to expand my WordPress blog to act more like my website. I still have www.owlofhope.com, but now all of the information is here as well.

Let me know what you think!