With quotes from Deepak Chopra, don Miguel Ruiz, Marian Wright Edelman, Abraham Lincoln, Steven Covey, Tim Russert and Reverend Run, the simplistic and practical read delivers a day-to-day personal plan of action platform not only for adults but for young readers.
"The 30-Day Spiritual Makeover is chocked full of commonsense advice and essential wisdom that will transform you into the powerful and peaceful soul you were meant to be," says Dr. Jeff Gardere- America's Psychologist.
"The 30-Day Spiritual Makeover One Day At A Time" will inspire, entertain and create a fun experience for its readers.
This publication is exclusively available at Perelandra Natural Food Center.
December Book Signing Schedule:
December 21 (4pm-7pm) and December 22 (4pm-7pm)
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About Andrea Andrews
The Emmy Award winning producer is a native New Yorker who has been working as an educator, producer and director in theater, film, television and radio for the past 42 years.
Highlighted television producer credits include "FYI" with Hal Linden (ABC 1979-80), "Why My Child" (WPIX 1996), "Mothers Losing Children To Gun Violence" (Emmy Award 1995) and commercial campaigns (WABC-TV, WNBC-TV, FOX 1986-1991).
Other producer credits include Live From The Apollo- (Tokyo Japan 1990-1992), The Motown Review (Tokyo, Japan 1990).
In 1977 she was the Assistant Director for the infamous Broadway and Off-Broadway staged production of "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf" (Ntozake Shange).
She is the founder and director of the Andrew W. Cooper Young Journalists In Training (YJIT) program at St. Francis College. A program dedicated to the legacy of her father- Andrew W. Cooper- civil rights activist, businessman and publisher of the iconic African American newspaper "The City Sun."
She is also the creator of Let Go Let God Jewelery™ and has practiced transcendental meditation for 42 years.
Ms. Andrews currently teaches at St. Francis College (Brooklyn, NY) and Medgar Evers College (Brooklyn, NY).