by Donna Every One of the greatest joys I have as a writer is to create something from nothing. While I am an advocate of e-books, and do most of my reading that way, there is something special about holding a printed copy of your book in your hand and knowing that it was nothing… Read More
Donna Every is a motivational speaker, personal change
specialist and author. She lives on the beautiful island of
Barbados with her husband, two children and four dogs. Her
house is in the middle of the 166 sq. mile island, in one of
the only two parishes with no beach.
Donna was an accountant who left the profession to pursue
her dream of being a motivational speaker who evolved into
an author along the way. She was featured on the cover of
Personal Excellence magazine and articles based on
her books What Do You Have in Your House?Surviving in Times of Financial Crisis and The Merger Mogul were featured in
over 40 publications and websites such as Yahoo! Finance,
Reuters.com, MSNBC.com, CBSNews.com and MarketWatch.com. She
was listed as one of Barbados Today’s Women Inspiring
Change for International Women’s Day 2014.
Donna enjoys writing both historical and contemporary
romance novels. In 2013 she released her first historical
romance, The Price of Freedom, which was set in
Barbados and Carolina in 1696. Her latest novel What
Now? is a compelling contemporary rock star romance.
Are you a writer? I don’t necessarily mean an author but someone who journals and records observations. I want to encourage you to keep writing. My latest novel The Price of Freedom is set in Barbados between 1694 and 1696 and includes the connection between Barbados and Carolina (as it was called at the time). … Read More
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