Her Soulful Series Video Chats are aptly named as she draws out the insights, inspiration, and positive takeaways for readers.”
Thank you for filling that gap, and for building this platform for our voices.”
It was one of my favorite interviews as an author.
Melissa Gould’s essays have been published in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, and more. She is an award-winning screenwriter who has worked on shows such as Bill Nye the Science Guy, Beverly Hills 90210, Party of Five, and Lizzie McGuire. Her memoir, Widowish, is an international bestseller and debuted at #1 on Amazon in several categories. Find Melissa at www.widowish.com and on Instagram at @MelissaGould_Author.
When her beloved husband died unexpectedly of Multiple Sclerosis and West Nile Virus, writer Melissa Gould started chronicling her grief journey through her personal essays and speaking engagements. In this video chat, Melissa talks about her memoir, love, loss, and the courage to carry on.
Katherine Wintsch is the author of Slay Like a Mother and the founder and CEO of The Mom Complex. Katherine helps the largest companies in the world such as Walmart, Johnson & Johnson, and Airbnb better support their mom customers and employees. In this video chat, Katherine shares insights about slaying the dragon of self-doubt, so you can confidently become your best self.
Amber Trueblood is a licensed therapist, author, and mother to four sons. She is the author of Stretch Marks: A Self-Development Tool for Mothers Who Are Being Stretched in Every Direction. Amber has contributed to articles in O: The Oprah Magazine, People, Good Housekeeping, Parade, and many more.
In this fun chat, Amber talks about her book, and some simple self-care tips you can implement today.
This is the first video chat in the Soulful Series. Elizabeth Nyamayaro is an award-winning humanitarian and best-selling author of I AM A GIRL FROM AFRICA. Elizabeth has changed laws and lives and has an inspirational message to share.