Donna Seebo News & Upcoming Events
DONNA SEEBO IS ON THE RADIO!
January, 25, 2020
International Mental Practitioner, Counselor, Speaker, Teacher, Award-Winning Author, Minister and Radio/TV Personality. Your host for ‘The Donna Seebo Show’ and ‘Warriors for Peace’ podcasts. Go to www.delphiinternational.com – then click on ‘Listen 24/7’ menu tab. Select the ‘The Donna Seebo Show’ from the drop-down menu. The Digital Stream player will automatically stream ‘live’ weekdays, 8-9 PM, Pacific Time. Callers welcome during second half of program. Call-in number-253.582.5597. ‘Warriors for Peace’, Wednesdays, 7-8 PM, Pacific Time. On-demand programming available 24/7 – click on the on link in the ‘Past Show Archives Box’ and you can choose the show you want to listen to. Delphi Vision Broadcasting programming features authors, experts from around the world. Mailing address: The Donna Seebo Show P.O. Box 97272 Lakewood, WA 98497-0272
UPCOMING EVENTS CALENDAR
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Dynamics of the Mind II – Explore Your Inner Intuitive Genius
Donna’s seminars have received rave reviews from those who participate in their interactive activities. You will be surprised at how talented you really are and how the development of your intuitive self is liberating and so satisfying. You will actively engage in exercises that will demonstrate to you latent mind skills you may not have realized you have. Join us for a dynamic and inspiring event.
Date: February 15th, 2020
Location: Poodle Dog, Banquet Room, 1522 54th Ave E, Fife, WA 98424
Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Registration begins at 9:00 am
Lunch to be provided to attendees.
Guest speaker…Kimberly Clark Sharp, founder of the IANDS organization in Seattle, and author of ‘After the Light’. A survivor and researcher of Near Death experiences, Kimberly will share stories and insights that her personal and professional life have gained from these happenings.
With advance payment prior to February 7, 2020, a $50 discount given. On day of event payment at door will be full price.
Check, Cash, PayPal, MC/Visa accepted. Call 253.582.5604 or email to register….email@example.com.
Gig Harbor Summer Arts Festival – Book Signing & Sales
Donna displays Mrs. Seebo’s Classics publications along with her latest, “The Woodcutter & The Tree” now on sale in our store and on Amazon Books.
What’s Your Story?
I am in the process of putting together a publication “Stories People Tell Me”. I have had a number of submissions and I am looking for an additional 25 stories about paranormal experiences, UFO’s, aura’s and the unique and unusual not logical happenings that make us aware that life is anything but boring. Please contact me through the website contact form. Do send your contact information as well (phone number, etc.) Thank you.
Donna’s New Release – March 1, 2019
The Woodcutter and the Tree, illustrated by Carol Ann Johnson
This is a delightful tale about the environment and the importance of saving one of our most important resources – trees. It is a wonderful story that exemplifies the beauty of our trees and their importance to our environment and our lives. The story also illustrates how the average person can make a difference by being a part of the solution by speaking up to do the right thing.
It will soon be on Amazon, etc., but you can get a personalized copy of the first edition by contacting me via the website or calling my office directly. We are so pleased with this third publication in the Mrs. Seebo’s Classics series and know you’ll enjoy adding it to your library.
Donna on station at the NABE booth during the California Library Association Annual Conference held November 9–11, 2018. The theme for 2018 was, “No Barriers. No Walls. Access for All!”
The Learned Owl poses with Donna during the show to lend his support.
Meeting new people, making new business contacts, and renewing old friendships from past shows.
The CLA Conference offers a statewide opportunity to immerse oneself in librarianship. From educational programs to the busy exhibit halls to author events and more—this is the event for California library people.
Donna Seebo and Carol Ann Johnson doing storytelling and presenting a class on how to develop an illustrated children’s book at the Shoalwater Bay Tribal Community Library.
“Was really awesome of you to take the time out of your schedule to visit our area and library. Was an honor to meet you and Carol Ann, your wisdom and patience are a great blessing to us all.”
Photography by Van Adam Davis
Donna and friends posing in front of the North American Book Dealers Exchange booth at the Oregon Library Association Conference held on April 18-21 in Eugene, Oregon