I have so many things going on this week, so not sure how much writing and blogging I'm going to get done. (I always say that, then end up writing 38 posts one after another, but anyway..)
So I thought today, I'd tell you about a few of the other things I've written elsewhere in the blogosphere, that you may find interesting (click the pink to go through to the other sites):
Over on the JEMI website:
You'll find an interview with Rav Meilich Dubrow, founder of Torahpractic soul-based healing. There's a lot of overlap between Rav Dubrow's approach, and my own God-based holistic health thing, so I think you'll find it fascinating reading (if you're into that sort of thing.)
You can find a heads-up about what my latest book, Talk to God and Fix Your Health, is all about by taking a peek at the recent guest post I wrote for Jewish Values Online, HERE.
On the Talk to God website:
I'm continuing the discussion about how our 8 spiritual Deeper Needs are directly connected to our physical and mental health. We're currently up to discussing Energy Centre / Deeper Need 3: TRUTH.
Guest post for World Hunger:
I got challenged to write a post linking world hunger to my books in some way as part of a competition run by the Online Book Club (I'm not sure how Romance fiction writers would do that, but hey, we all have our difficulties in life).
I wrote the following post, HERE.
The post that gets the most comments wins the prize, which is that the Online Book Club will buy 10 hard copies of your book (boosting my sales by 3 million per cent ;-)
The last thing I wanted to tell you is that the Jewish Library something or other (forgot the name! terrible I know...) is running a #Readukkah campaign, to get more Jewish authors and Jewish books a higher profile in the blogosphere this Hanuka.
All you have to day is read any Jewish book you want (yes, it's your big chance to do some hafetza!), write a review of it, and post it up somewhere on the web with the tag: #Readukkah attached to it (so it's easy for the web-bots to find it).
If you don't have your own blog, Facebook page or other online forum, then get in touch, and I'll post up your review on the Jewish Book Review page (as long as it's not going to offend any orthodox Jewish sensibilities.)