Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Author Grows Toward Balance and Plants Trees for Book Signing Tour

One of the nice things about Eco-Libris is that it allows me to learn about interesting authors, and get to know great new books.

Mary Kearns and her new book “Growing Toward Balance” are just such an example. The fact that she decided to join the Eco-Libris circle of friends, balance out, and plant trees for all of the books she will be selling in her upcoming book signing tour, makes it even better ;-)


Kearns credentials are impressive and varied. She holds a doctorate in Applied Developmental Psychology from Fordham University, and is a Reiki practitioner. She completed her coaching training through the Institute for Life Coach Training, practices Bikram Yoga, and studied the philosophies of Buddhism, Quakerism and the works of Maria Montessori, the Sedona Method, Reiki, Tai Chi and Feng Shui.


The book is a self-improvement guide that offers exercises and coaching-style questions to help cultivate your best self – mind, body, and spirit. A free downloadable workbook companion in PDF format is available for free download so you can get a taste.


Want to learn more? Her first book tour stop is in Bethesda, MD on November 17, and we'll keep you updated about it. So buy her book and plant some trees!


Here are the complete details:


Saturday, November 17, 2007
4:00pm-6:00pm

Be You Wellness Center and Spa

Wyngate Medical Park
5602 Shields Drive
Bethesda, MD 20817
(301) 493-4911



"Please join us for a book signing featuring food, door prizes and bonus download materials. 10% of gross sales will be donated to Northern Virginia Family Services and 1 tree will be planted by Eco-Libris for every book purchased."

UPDATE - Another confirmed venue:

Wednesday, November 14, 2007
6:00pm-9:00pm
Moorenko's
1359 Chain Bridge Road
McLean, VA 22101
703-752-1919
http://www.moorenkosicecream.com/

Best,

Eylon @ Eco-Libris


Eco-Libris: a great green gift for the holidays! !

1 comment:

mary k said...

Thank you for the great write-up, Eylon. I'm very happy to have found your organization!