Sally Marks

Biography

Sally Marks is a public relations professional and an award-winning journalist who graduated cum laude from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. In journalism, she has won awards for news writing, editorial writing and headline writing. Her articles have been published in numerous national, regional and local newspapers and magazines that range from the international Living Buddhism magazine to Arizona’s popular Phoenix Home and Garden. Her screenplays, The Heir, Voices from Hell and Gay for a Day have won five awards and placed in two national and one international competitions. Her first book, Paco el pato, Frank the Duck, is a bilingual children’s novel that was used in the Montessori International School curriculum in Mesa, Arizona. Erase Negativity is her second book.

Jacqueline Howard is a motivational speaker, educator and coauthor of Erase Negativity. She has been deemed a Master Teacher by spiritual leaders throughout the United States and the British Isles for her intuitive skills. Howard developed a strong reputation for taking esoteric inspirational and spiritual messages from Native American culture, Taoist philosophy and quantum physics and turning them into simple, life lessons that she has presented to hundreds of men and women across the nation.

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Books

Erase Negativity and Embrace the Magic Within
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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 32,140. Language: English. Published: March 17, 2010. Category: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Motivation and inspiration
(5.00 from 1 review)
A practical guide on how to reduce negativity and embrace happiness. From meth addicts to multi-millionaires, the book offers powerful experiences of individuals who have faced dramatic challenges, but did not lose hope. Using these compelling biographies, as well as practical advice and simple exercises, the reader is guided on an internal journey toward adopting a more joyful way to live.

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