Hello to Everyone!
Here’s a special announcement from author and proofreader Jo Elizabeth Pinto!
Finally! I’ve been on pins and needles for the last two months, and that’s not a fun place to be.
My latest book, “Apples of Gold: Timely Advice When the World Doesn’t Seem Lovely” has been released as an audiobook. It’s done by Marni Penning, the same person who narrated “Daddy Won’t Let Mom Drive the Car: True Tales of Parenting in the Dark,” and I’m in awe of her performance.
About the book.
NEW RELEASE 2020
APPLES OF GOLD
TIMELY ADVICE WHEN THE WORLD DOESN’T SEEM LOVELY
BY JO ELIZABETH PINTO
Author Website: https://www.brightsideauthor.com
“Timely advice is lovely, like golden apples in a silver basket.” (Proverbs 25:11, NLT)
The turbulent times we live in require us to look at our changing world in new ways if we hope to find the blessings that will sustain us. The short, easy-to-read vignettes in this book focus on sifting the true and positive out of the grit and grime of daily life.
Like the abundance of apples we can choose from to satisfy our varying tastes, there are different kinds of stories in this book. A few are specifically about the Coronavirus; most are not. Some mention God; most are as practical as they are spiritual. There are even some poems sprinkled in for good measure. All of the pieces are intended to help readers seek strength and joy in the challenging days that have come upon us.
Delve into the silver basket and find the golden apples that await you.
You can find the book on Audible here: https://www.audible.com/pd/Apples-of-Gold-Audiobook/B08SHVKFCQ?qid=1610220138&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=62ERBXSA8K1N8T6RSXVW
About the author.
Jo Elizabeth Pinto was among the first blind students to integrate the public schools in the 1970’s. In 1992, she received a degree in Human Services from the University of Northern Colorado. While teaching students how to use adaptive technology, she earned a second degree in 2004 from the Metropolitan State College of Denver in Nonprofit Management. These days, she freelances as an editor and a braille proofreader.
As an author, Pinto entertains her readers while giving them food for thought. In her fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, she draws on personal experience to illustrate that hope is always an action away.
Pinto lives in Colorado with her husband, her preteen daughter, and their pets.