Wednesday, October 21, 2009

A Little Inspiration, A little Information

First, the information:

Two of my good friends are launching books this week.
Ronda Hinrichson will be signing her debut book Missing Thursday, October 22nd at the Reflections of Utah bookstore @ 47 South Main Street, Brigham City, UT from 5-7:00.

This is a long anticipated release, so if you're anywhere near Brigham City, run on over and be one of the first to get your copy and have it signed by the author--who's name is actually lit up in lights on the marquis.

Heather Justesen will be signing her debut book The Ball's In Her Court Saturday at the Filmore City Library, in Filmore Utah from 10-1:00.  

Again, a much anticipated book. I already have my copy--signed by the author, naturally--and am excited to get reading it this week. So if you're anywhere near Filmore, same deal. Go get your copy, get it signed. Be ahead of the crowd.

If you are not one of the lucky people who can make it on Thursday or Saturday don't despair. I hear both of these ladies will be signing together at the Barnes and Noble in Sandy, UT on November 7th. (Details to come when I have them.)

Also, Frank Cole, author of the Hashbrown Winters series will be signing at the library in Pleasant Grove on Thursday evening, and since the library closes at 7:00, I'm thinking that one will be early--like five-ish. (Don't quote me, I'm not positive.) His book has been out for a month or so, but this will be a great chance to say hey to Frank if you live in Utah County.

Okay, now that I have you running all over the state of Utah (sorry out-of-towners) here is some inspiration for the week.  This is not your average shampoo commercial, and so worth watching.  Bottom line? NEVER GIVE UP.

Nuff said.


L.T. Elliot said...

Powerful clip. Incredibly so.

Nichole Giles said...

That's what I thought, L.T. I showed it to my husband and he said, "Wow, is that a movie trailer or something?"

To which I replied, "No, it's a Pantene Commercial."

His look of shock was almost comical. I guess every once in a while, advertisers decide to pretend they're movie makers. But I'm not complaining.

Cindy Beck said...

Wow, what a message! Even if it was a commercial.Thanks for posting it.

C. K. Bryant said...

Well, that cleaned out my sinuses. You really should have put a tissue warning on that video. I don't know why it struck me so hard, but definitely spoke right to my heart. Thanks Nichole.