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Samantha Hoffman shares how to find your voice & self love.

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Hi Angels, Today on Blog talk radio Samantha Hoffman is my special guest speaker for Super Sunday.  Samantha is a well known inspirational writer  who writes for adults and children.  Her philosophy is:  Life can get rough sometimes, loving oneself shouldn’t be. That, in a nutshell, is the message that is imbued within the books Samantha writes.  If when we’re young, we can learn to love ourselves - imagine what we can accomplish.Instead, seeds of doubt and insecurity often burrow deep within our psyche. Next thing we know, we’re thirty, forty, fifty years old and still see ourselves as less than. No one is less than. We all have wings. We just need a little help believing we can fly.

Samantha writes: This Insanity Blog is my way of releasing errant thoughts from within my mind. These
thoughts run the gamut from comical to serious – and all points in between. Hidden
within my novels is the journey of a forty year old woman who finally finds the courage
to claim her voice, her life and her fate. The Dainty Delaney children’s series is about a
little girl who, although small in stature, has an indomitable spirit. Although she sees
herself as different from all the rest, Delaney discovers she’s perfect just the way she is.

Samantha has written numerous columns on health and spirituality for a local
newspaper. Currently, she writes the popular blog: Insanity – A Writer’s Commentary
On All Things, as well as having written two novels: A Contented Mind, it’s sequel,
Chasing Nirvana, and the children’s chapter book series: Dainty Delaney. Currently sheis at work on her third novel.

"Nothing splendid has ever been achieved except by those who dared believe that something inside them was superior to circumstance."  Bruce Barton

 


 

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