Jumpstart 2019 with Shonda Rhimes’ “Year of Yes” during this exciting literary salon led by best-selling author and writing coach Stacy Hawkins Adams. Stacy will inspire your renewed sense of self. Ms Rhimes’ book will propel you to “Dance It Out, Stand In the Sun and Be Your Own Person!”
In Year of Yes, (2015) the mega-talented creator of “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal” and executive producer of “How to Get Away With Murder” chronicles the powerful impact saying “yes” had on every aspect of her life—and how we can all change our lives with one little word. “YES.”
Leading up to this program, presented by the BND Institute of Media and Culture, participants are encouraged to buy or borrow the “Year of Yes” to read now and between late January! As you read, you’ll want to keep a journal to note your thoughts and ideas.
Because this program is limited to 20 people, you’ll want to purchase your ticket as soon as possible. Tickets are $25 per person and lunch will be included in the ticket price.
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Glen Allen, Virginia 23060
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Stacy Hawkins Adams is an award-winning author and journalist who loves to inform, entertain and inspire readers through the written word.
She has a gift for weaving tales in both the fiction and nonfiction genres, and in both faith-based and secular markets, that help readers thrive and grow confident in their own stories.
Stacy has penned 10 books – nine women’s fiction novels and one nonfiction faith-based devotional book. Her fiction features themes related to personal growth, self-esteem, matters of faith, forgiveness, friendships and family, and some of the books have been featured reading selections in high school and college courses. Her most recent novel, Finding Home, was released in March 2016. It is the third novel in her Winds of Change series, but is a stand-alone title that does not have to be read in order. Other recent titles include Lead Me Home (recipient of a Publisher’s Weekly starred review); Coming Home (a 2012 Target stores Recommended Read); The Someday List (an Essence magazine bestseller), and Dreams That Won’t Let Go (a 2010 Library of Virginia Literary Award finalist). Her nonfiction book, Who Speaks To Your Heart? gives women practical tips and inspiration on how to connect more deeply with God.