Welcome to the December 2020 edition of Meet the Members, an opportunity for you to learn about your fellow members and their books. We encourage you to support each other!

Meet the MembersMeet the Members & Their Books:

Crystal Daye

Known to captivate and connect with people as a relevant, transparent, and transformational speaker, Crystal Daye propels her audience to action by challenging them to never settle for less than God’s best. Crystal Daye is an Award-Winning Best Selling Author, International Certified Christian Life Coach, Corporate Trainer, Publisher, Host of the Diary Of A Jesus Girl Podcast and sought-after Inspirational Speaker. Read about her here.

Rebecca Winn

An engaging, wise, and uplifting reflection on human resilience and nature’s ability to teach, inspire, and heal, One Hundred Daffodils is told through the lens of the author’s personal experiences with grief and heartbreak on her journey toward self-discovery and empowerment. Read her full interview here.

Kyle Tackwell Ball

A University of Florida grad, Kyle and her family lived in London and Brussels before purchasing the Tuscan property in 2000. Kyle headed up her own public relations firm for several years focusing on interior design, architecture and real estate development. Read about him here.

Ann Chiappetta

A String of Stories is a multi-genre short story collection. Each story conveys how relationships influence the characters and their choices. Read her full interview here.

Rai Chowdhary

Do-Magic with Your Life is about how to “create” and live your dream. Read his full interview here.

John Gonzale and Young Lee

John Gonzalez’s professional experience as an educator spans almost three decades. He earned a B.A. and a doctoral degree from UCLA and an M.S. from Mount St. Mary’s University. For five years, he lived in South Korea, where he taught and counseled students at an American high school. During this time, he immersed himself in the fabric of Korean society. As a result, he gained a deep understanding of the Korean people and their culture.

Young Lee is a Korean-American who lived in Korea for over 20 years. He has a B.S. and an M.A. degree from UCLA. He has held actuary and financial analyst positions. Lee also held the position of visiting professor at Hongik University in Korea. His actuary training and professional experience focused on problem-solving, analyzing issues, and identifying the causes.

Read more about them here.

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