Author talks in February and March ’13

Book Signings and Author Talks at Watkins

No need to book, just turn up! All talks are free and take place at Watkins bookshop, 19 Cecil Court, London WC2N 4EZ.

Quick Overview:
Steve Nobel    12-Feb-2013  530pm   The Enlightenment of Work
Kris Hughes    27-Mar-2013  530pm   From the Cauldron Born

February 12, at 5.30pm – Steve Nobel – “The Enlightenment of Work”

Steve Nobel is a co-director of Alternatives – a not for profit organisation based in St. James’s Church, Piccadilly, London. In this capacity he has organised in the past 12 years well over 1000 author events. Steve Nobel is also a personal and business coach who specialises in working with creative clients – many of his clients are actors, copy-writers, designers and playwrights. Steve will be talking and singing copies of his new book “The Enlightenment of Work”.  The book explores work and how we can move from suffering to joy, fulfilment and purpose. His  talk is about how to change our perspective and attitude so we can move away from feeling unhappy, demotivated, and bored or stressed to experiencing more contentment, joy, passion, direction purpose and fulfilment in the work we do. We do not have to endure suffering we can transform it. This talk also explores changing direction since sometimes it is not enough to change our perspective and attitude, sometimes a radical change in direction is called for. www.stevenobel.com

Read Steve’s article from Watkins’ Mind Body Spirit issue 33 >>

 

March 27, at 5.30pm – Kris Hughes – “From the Cauldron Born”

Kristoffer Hughes is Chief of the Anglesey Druid Order, a Mount Haemus Scholar, and a member of the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids. He is a teacher, writer, workshop leader, and guest speaker at Pagan conferences, camps, and festivals throughout the United Kingdom and Europe. His new book, “From the Cauldron Born” is an exploration of the Welsh-Celtic myth of the prophet/poet Taliesin and the witch/goddess Cerridwen takes the reader on a transformative journey. It introduces them to core Celtic philosophy and magic, then embarks on a powerful, experiential foray into one of Wales’ most profound legends. Readers will gain a deep understanding of the myth that is the heart of Celtic mystery and become well-versed in a magical ritual for successfully working with one of Celtica’s most esteemed goddesses: Cerridwen. www.kristofferhughes.co.uk

Read Kristoffer’s article from Watkins’ Mind Body Spirit issue 33 >>

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