Shannon is a Christian author, educator and speaker. For many years she suffered from symptoms that went undiagnosed. After years of suffering and searching for answers, Shannon was finally diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and other underlying conditions. With faith in Christ who led her to a well-rounded, holistic treatment plan including time spent with Him and His Word, she is feeling better and living a more active and joyous life.
Shannon is passionate about education and life long learning. Since 1999 her professional career has focused on the design and development of training for employees across industries and educational formats. She has specialized in analyzing the need for training and assessing the best method for training and delivery (classroom, live virtual training, blended, web-based training, etc.). Shannon's writing skills assisted her in delivering solutions that engaged learners and translated to application on the job.
Shannon has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Organizational Development and Human Resource development as well as her Project Management Professional (PMP) certification. She lives in Kansas with her husband, teenage son and two gorgeous, ornery and energetic Scottie pups. In her spare time she enjoys photography, spending time with family and friends, and traveling around the world with family.
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Fibromyalgia: Living a Life of Blessing and Hope
by Shannon Sonneveldt
This book is intended to support and encourage individuals with Fibromyalgia! It provides: basic information and details about Fibromyalgia, recent research and advancements in diagnosis and treatment, stories of those who have found hope after the diagnosis, action steps, tips from fellow Fibromyalgians, and links to educational and support resources.
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Smashwords book reviews by Shannon Sonneveldt
- Tango In Paradise
on April 14, 2013
The author provided me a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
I am an avid reader with romance and it's various sub-categories being one of my favorite genres. This book pulled me in right and the beginning and kept me engaged through the whole story. It is long enough to fully develop the plot and characters while still being short enough for a pretty quick read (so if you don't want to make a big time commitment to a book right now - this is a great choice). The book had romance, it had action, it had a kick butt hero - hiding vulnerabilities of his own - and a lead female character that was strong and vulnerable at the same time. If you want something with a lot of surprises and plot twists this may not be the read for you, but if you are looking for a good romance with elements of action and suspense, a story that will bring a smile and make you hurt for the characters - as well as want to reach in and smack them (ok him) now and then, then this is a great choice. I thoroughly enjoyed the read!
- This Heart For Hire
on May 02, 2013
The author of the book provided me with a free copy of the book in exchange for my honest review after reading. I love the differences between the characters in this book – the hardened and cynical male and the sweet innocence of the female character. The way the characters pasts are connected but not recalled due to the lack of memories both physical and traumatic, adds a wonderful element to the story as you gradually learn more about the threads that bind the characters. The battle fought between feelings/emotions and what is ‘right’ is an interesting element to the story as well that is weaved throughout. The story made me laugh and totally made me cry at one point. A wonderful book is one that pulls emotions, and this one did that. There is some adult content but it is not excessive and doesn’t take over the story line.
- Protected By The Falcon: The Ancestors' Secrets 1
on Nov. 23, 2014
I really enjoyed this book. It’s a great story told from a unique perspective. It didn’t feel like the same old same old, an interesting that drew me in and kept me reading. The only thing that disappointed me was that you don’t get the whole story. No cliffhanger ending (not a big fan of those), but definitely left me wanting more. I would highly recommend this book and can’t wait for the next one.