Coffee Conversations Ep. 07 with Peggy Race

Listen to this heartwarming episode of my podcast where I talk to Author Peggy Race an ardent dog lover, advocate and rescuer from Southeastern Wisconsin, United States, about how writing her memoirs helped her deal with the loss of her beloved husband and her precious rescue dog, Desiree, a Hurricane Katrina rescue dog from Best Friends Animal Society in Kanab, Utah.

Author Peggy also shares how joining a writing workshop and getting her work critiqued and looked at by a professional writer helped her in her own journey providing insights into the writing process of her own heartfelt memoir.

Ep.19: Coffee Conversations with Author Heena with Guest Author Jessica Jane Robinson Coffee Conversations With Author Heena Pardeshi

Listen to this one-of-a-kind episode of my podcast, Coffee Conversations with Author Heena, where I talk to Miss Alameda Jessica Jane Robinson, a pageant winner, social worker and environmental activist, about her environmental superhero book Resilience: Birthright.Jessica Jane Robinson aka superhero Resilience attended the University of San Francisco, receiving her BA degree in Performing Arts and Social Justice with a minor in dance. Jessica participated as Miss Alameda in the 2010 and 2011 Miss California USA pageants. As Miss Alameda, she founded the grassroots program, "Miss Alameda Says Compost!" helping the City of Alameda address its Climate Protection Plan adopted in 2008 and helping it reach its diversion goals by 2020. Ms. Robinson has been an Al Gore Climate Leader since August 2012, is in the top 1% out of 10,812 Climate Leaders around the world, and has presented to over 17,130 people (2017). She has served on the Board of Directors for the Northern California Recycling Association since 2013, served as treasurer from 2013-2016, Vice President from 2017-2022, and is currently the President.Resilience: Birthright is different from other comics; it encourages fans to become leaders who actively reduce climate change, pollution, and the depletion of natural resources.These stories are based on real heroes who help restore our planet and address actual environmental challenges through fictional storytelling and characters.BONUS: Author Robinson talks about her schedule of waking up at 5:00 am (sometimes even 4) and shares how she manages to juggle between her work and passion for saving the environment and how she has brought everything together in this series of illustrated environmental graphic novels. You can connect with author Robinson on her Website, Instagram, Twitter or YouTube.You can find her novel Resilience: Birthright here.Support the showFor more, you can follow me on Instagram at @CrazyCatWriterYou can find out more about me, my books and my developmental editing service on my website: Follow me on: Instagram: @CrazyCatWriter Author Website: Book Blog: The Reading Bud YouTube Channel: @Crazy Cat Writer Twitter: @CrazyCatWriter Facebook: @CrazyCatWriter

Join us on this fantastic, thought-proving and encouraging episode where you’ll definitely find a lot of inspiration not only for writing, and finding a mentor to help you finish your book but also understand the parallel worlds of animal activism that need your support.

BONUS: Find out how writing can help one deal with the loss of a loved one and help heal a mourning heart if not completely but to a great extent.

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