Client Interview: Deborah Olson, Author of “The Healing Power of Girlfriends”

Sue interviewed our amazing client Deborah Olson about her new book The Healing Power of Girlfriends. It’s a fun video, in which Deb tells us:

  • the factors that made her decide to write the book
  • what makes this book unique from other books on female friendship
  • her biggest surprise about people’s reaction to the book
  • what she wants to accomplish with the book
  • two takeaways from the book she hopes people will embrace
  • how she uses social media and other publicity to garner attention for the book
  • about the workshops or events she offers

Client Corner: Book Launch of The Healing Power of Girlfriends

I’m excited to announce the official book launch date of our client’s book! Tomorrow, March 8, 2019, to coincide with International Women’s Day, Deborah Olson launches The Healing Power of Girlfriends: How To Create Your Best Life Through Female Connection.

The Healing Power of Girlfriends
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Deborah published the book with the assistance of Jera Publishing.

Advance praise for the book:

Deborah Olson details the anatomy of friendship and explains how these components work to strengthen bonds and create flow. Research shows that our happiness correlates to our social relationships; so does our health. This book is a delightful roadmap to cultivate and nurture our circle of connections. The Healing Power of Girlfriends is an engaging, upbeat, and inspiring five-star read. – Laurie Buchanan, PhD, holistic health practitioner, transformational life coach, and  ward-winning author

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“To my social media expert, Sue Canfield, thank you from the bottom of my heart for your stellar efforts to bring the news of my first book to the world through social media. You and your team are exceptional and visionary, and I cannot imagine the past several months preparing for this book launch without you on board.”—Deborah Olson