Release & Refine: How to Clear Your Schedule, Find Your Priorities, & Create Time for Your Best Life

"When I started Release & Refine, my life was complex and juggling. I realized that I do so much for others, and that I also need to do things for myself. As a result, I’m now doing less of what I think I have to do to please others and more of what I want to do for myself." —Kathy, Denver, CO

"Release & Refine helped me realize that I was focusing my energy on everyone else—and I was exhausted! This program gave me permission to stop and give myself time to recharge." —A.T., New York

Lucky Pitch: The Publishing Guide for Entrepreneurs That Want to Grow Their Audience (and Their Income!)

"Lynn writes a straight-forward, easy to follow and understand guide. The instructions will help you show up like a pro and ingratiate yourself to editors so you can start getting published. Perfect for newbies ... Lots of great, helpful hints and the standard practices you need to know about." —Amira Alvarez, Business Coach

"Breaking into writing for magazines can be daunting and confusing. [Lynn] breaks things down into manageable chunks." —Anne Kimball, Author


"A very brief guide ... just enough to launch a freelancer into action. No excuses." —Lara Britt, Freelance Journalist

How to Be a Hero: From A to Z

"Children learn by seeing the gallant acts of firemen and the upright and virtuous faces of military personnel. More importantly, children will learn the value of daily acts through the illustrations, like a faithful crossing guard holding traffic in the rain, the mentorship of an older friend, and the importance of appreciating diversity with the inclusion of the word xenophile and yearning to learn about other cultures. The adults and children in the book are of varying color and ability, so children will certainly see both themselves and the people around them. If you are looking for a book to encourage right action at a young age, this is a good piece to read." —Jennifer Radmall


"This book is perfect. A great way to reinforce the values in our children that so many are lacking." —Shannon Lopez