Thursday, May 5, 2011

Book Feature: Happiness Quotations

Title: Happiness Quotations
Author: Erica Nelson
Paperback: 154 pages
Publisher: Happy Publishing, an imprint of Wyatt-MacKenzie (March 11, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9781936214396
ISBN-13: 978-1936214396

Synopsis from Amazon:
Happiness is your birthright. Step into a world where you are gently reminded of your own capacity for happiness, joy, inspiration, delight, and a new awakening.

Happiness is recession proof. You can feel good about your life again.

Happiness Quotations: Gentle Reminders of Your Preciousness is a gift you give yourself, and then you may choose to give this gift to others.

The book released on May 4th and here are some early reviews of the book.
"A warm, loving, nurturing and nutritious book." -- Dr. Joe Vitale, author, "The Attractor Factor"

"Read one happiness quote when you wake up and another before you go to sleep. A wonderful way to start and to end your day." -- Marci Shimoff, New York Times bestselling author,"Happy for No Reason"

"...a meaningful and important book. I love it and it makes me happy." -- Michael Port, New York Times bestselling author, "The Think Big Manifesto"

About the Author:
Erica Nelson writes about happiness, and how you can get there. Erica was born a writer, publishing her first book of poems at age 12 and her first book in 2007 “Prospect When You Are Happy.”

More about Erica:

Erica’s mom, Martha Glessing, won an Emmy for her daytime educational series for women entitled “Turnabout” produced at KQED in San Francisco. Erica’s dad, Bob Glessing, wrote the quintessential book on underground press entitled “The Underground Press in America” when Erica was about 7, living in Berkeley, CA.

When Erica became a news reporter straight out of college, both parents celebrated. She wrote for the Sacramento Bee, Santa Barbara News Press, and was the winner of awards for her journalism efforts. Her first newspaper, The Dixon Tribune, won general excellence from the California Newspaper Publisher’s Association when Erica was the only reporter.

Erica left newspapers in 1990 and turned to a wonderful career in philanthropy. She started at Intel Corporation, helping give money and computers to schools, and developed Intel’s volunteer program at the Santa Clara, CA site. She went on to work directly for Intel’s then-CEO Andy Grove, assisting Andy and his wife Eva with the development of the Grove Foundation. Erica rose to program director before leaving in 2004 to raise her family.

Now as a happiness author and coach, Erica’s vision is to inspire people worldwide to experience true happiness, every day.

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