Reviews: I Wanna See Laney’s House

WONDERFUL WRITING STYLE
I met the author several months ago and wanted to support her writing effort; besides I wanted to know what the title referred to. Anita’s writing style drew me in and made me feel like I was experiencing the events of her childhood along with her. I found it difficult to put the book down. Her chapter titles, often references to the Bible, were spot on. I wish I had the ability to remember even half as many events from my youth as she does from hers.
C Schelle

A MUST READ
The author, Anita D. Russell and I were high school classmates at the then newly merged Steel Valley High School in Pennsylvania. I Loved her book! For anyone from our area, from our times, this is a MUST READ. Anyone else could certainly learn from Anita’s well-written journey and wisdom. The book tells her personal story, (which could have been enough), and threads the story of integration, family, life and death, and her spiritual relationship with God. Enjoy and tell your friends and family!
Joanne Rego

DON’T STOP READING
I would definitely recommend everyone pick up this book and read. I was in tears and joy of remembering my childhood. The author bought life to the words on the pages.
Jean Thompson

Reviews: Voices of the 21st Century

A BOOK EVERY WOMAN NEEDS TO READ.
This is definitely an extraordinary work. You rarely get this kind of opportunity to hear from 50 powerful women all at once. The Author Gail Watson brings the teachings, encouragements, and inspirations of these 50 women all in one place. You have no excuses not to have a copy of this book. I love the fact that each woman in this book has a voice of her own and not like 50 people talking over the same idea. Above all, this book really inspired me and opened my eyes to a lot of things I never knew in the past. When I read some of the chapters, it felt as if though I was the one been addressed to. I can’t wait to introduce this book to my daughter when she comes home for a holiday.
—KarynH

YOU, TOO, ARE A DIAMOND WHO IS HERE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
Author Gail Watson, founder of Women Speakers Association, is joined by Deb Coman, an editor, copywriter, and marketer, in presenting this valuable and inspiring collection of women who have made a difference and share their messages to aid other women in empowering themselves.This fine book is published by the Women Speakers Association and as an opener, Gail shares the vision of that group: ‘Our vision is of a world in which women are empowered to authentically express themselves; to build a thriving, prosperous business; and feel a part of something greater. A world in which women take ownership of and step into being the leaders they are; using their voice to powerfully inspire others, thus causing transformation in the lives of their clients, their companies, communities and the world.
—Grady Harp

A COLLECTION OF INSPIRATION FROM WOMEN OF THE WORLD.
This book is a collection of stories from women of different backgrounds who have shared personal experiences and how they overcame the adversity to prosper and be successful. One of my favorites was I tore off my Superhero costume. This was a powerful story from a successful business woman, wife, and mother who one day decided to stop trying to be perfect. The methods she used were inspiring and can benefit anyone in that situation. This is a great collection of advice from some very successful women with inspiring stories and action plans. This is a great read for anyone looking to make a positive change in life, personal or work. Check this one out and let me know what you think.
—Jimmy ray