Jane Bernard is a writer and speaker living in New York City. Her book, Fine Tuning, Connecting with Your Inner Power, helps people connect with their passion for Life by using their senses with intuition and experience to get the most of living. She originally wrote the book to re-connect with her passion for life, and discovered her intuition.
Degrees in Philosophy (The New School for Social Research) and Psychology (Bank Street College), and three decades of informal Zen practice form the foundation for Jane's uniquely practical perspective on using intuition to achieve a peaceful and empowering lifestyle.
Jane has been a writer and educator for 25 years, starting as a technical writer for educational think-tanks, educational television, ghost writing speeches, re-writing books, screenplays, and proposals, as well as publishing creative writing. She has been an adjunct writing professor at several universities and conducts writing workshops on-line. Additionally she has been on national TV and radio speaking about intuition.
Currently Jane is finishing a book that teaches an intuitive eating lifestyle by focusing on enjoying food for quality of Life - while achieving and maintaining your healthy weight. She answers questions about intuitive eating and weight management on her blog: www.fine-tuning-eating.blogspot.com
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Fine Tuning, Connect with Your Inner Power
By Jane Bernard
Published: January 3, 2011.
FINE TUNING is like having a good friend by your side. Open this book to any page and fine tune with simple reflections and insights that are uplifting and inspiring. FINE TUNING is using your 5 senses to connect with your intuition. You feel in sync with yourself. FINE TUNING creates a renewed level of human connection. Read it and feel the buzz.
Knock Your Block Off!
By Jane Bernard
Published: September 3, 2010.
Knock Your Block Off! is a psychological approach for beating writer's block. It is full of writing insights and tips. When you understand your writing process, a block becomes a signpost. Realizing how thoughts flow or are censured means you sidestep the frustration of feeling blocked, and stay in the flow.
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Smashwords book reviews by Jane Bernard
- Smashwords Style Guide
on Nov. 16, 2010
This is a clear, concise, and complete guide for publishing on line. By removing the mystique of the machine, Mark makes it painless for even a non-techie to publish. I was particularly thrilled to discover how easy it is to do hyperlinks! Who knew?
If you have any doubts about epublishing, read this style guide and enjoy smooth sailing.