As Calla puts it: “The Yummy Book: 25 Recipes for Happy Living aims to get the reader to start to make changes in their lives by first becoming acquainted with their unique truth. It is only then that changes can occur.”
Calla’s own journey began when in 2008 she found herself as a young widow. It was her non-acceptance that the love she had once shared with her husband was destined to turn into grief that sent her into the most transformative period of her life. It was in her process of self-exploration that she learned love was a state of being and not a feeling that came and went according to life’s events.
The Yummy Book: 25 Recipes for Happy Living include such chapters as: Being in a State of Love, Can You Afford to Be Vulnerable?, Are You Really Ready for Love?, How to Deal with Fear, Stopping Self-Destructive Behavior, Living a Stress-Free Life, Staying True in Time of Crisis, Live a Full Life, and Stay in the Flow of Life among many others.
The Yummy Book: 25 Recipes for Happy Living is being sold at $2.99 and can be downloaded at: Smashwords (http://www.smashwords.com/
Deborah Calla Bio:
Deborah is the founder of The Love Project Inc. a website devoted to essays, interviews, blogs and photos about the subject of life.
She is also the writer of the upcoming ABC Family movie of the week “Romeo & Juliet Redux.”.
Feature highlights are: BEAT THE WORLD (Brazil producer), Sony release; A BEAUTIFUL LIFE (producer/co-
TV highlights are: CARNIVAL IN RIO - 2004 (producer/director)
Deborah is the Chair of the Diversity Committee of the Producers Guild of America (PGA) the chair of the Media Access Awards (MAA), an annual awards event sponsored by WGA, PGA, AFTRA, SAG, CSA, Reeve Foundation and the Friends of Californians with Disabilities honoring individuals in the industry who have positively affected the portrayal and employment of people with disabilities.
Deborah is also on the Advisory Board of the Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival, the Brazilian film programmer of the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival (2005–2006)
Deborah is a regular contributor of The Huffington Post and has written several books for Putnam and Scholastic.
To book an interview with Deborah Calla contact The Love Project Inc. at (310) 392-3775 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Love Project Inc.