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Chicken Soup for the Soul: Time to Thrive: 101 Inspiring Stories about Growth, Wisdom, and Dreams Paperback – May 5, 2015
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About the Author
Amy Newmark is author, publisher, and editor-in-chief of the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series. Loren Slocum Lahav is a international personal development speaker, lifestyle coach, author of three critically acclaimed inspirational books.
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The stores are short. Good for filling in moments of space in all sorts of times. Read one or two while waiting for an appointment to begin, between classes, while the kids nap, or the short devotional time in the morning before the household erupts into daily family activity. Chicken Soup editors seem to rely more heavily on female stories with most themes, this being such.
I looked for a favorite male author's story in this book. I recommend Matt Chandler and his writing called "Nowhere to Go But Up." It's not his first essay published by Chicken Soup according to the author bio pages.
On the female side, I picked up quickly on a new-to-CSoup author, Rhonda K. Maller. She writes "Taught by Teens" and you can tell from her words she tells it from the heart. A "been there, bought the T-shirt" type of story. Her story feels real, one everyone can relate to, and one that proves you don't have to be a best-selling author to be able to write inspirationally.
Chicken Soup is to books, like Reader's Digest is for mags.