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Nita Sweeney to Join Panel for Ohioana Book Festival
April 25, 2021 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm EDT
Nita Sweeney, author of Depression Hates a Moving Target, will be featured on a panel for the Ohioana Book Festival Sunday, April 25th at 11am EST!
Advice for a Better Life – 2021 Ohioana Book Festival LIVE Panel
Advice for a Better Life : Whether you are trying to find love, get inspired to write, or get some tips to become a successful entrepreneur, these writers have some advice for you!
Moderator : David Siders
Panelists: Craig M. Chavis Jr., Nita Sweeney, Talzoya
Presented by : Cincinnati and Hamilton County Public Library
Learn more about the Ohioana Book Festival and see the full schedule here: http://www.ohioana.org/programs/ohioana-book-festival/schedule/
How Running With My Dog Brought Me Back From the Brink (Running Depression and Anxiety Therapy, Bipolar)
It’s never too late to chase your dreams. Before she discovered running, Nita Sweeney was 49-years-old, chronically depressed, occasionally manic, and unable to jog for more than 60 seconds at a time. Using exercise, Nita discovered an inner strength she didn’t know she possessed, and with the help of her canine companion, she found herself on the way to completing her first marathon. In her memoir, Sweeney shares how she overcame emotional and physical challenges to finish the race and come back from the brink.
A Journal of Inspiration & Instruction to Keep Your Pen Moving
Writing Inspiration from Incredible Authors. Gathered by Brenda Knight and writing coach Nita Sweeney, author of Depression Hates a Moving Target, You Should Be Writing provides you with writing wisdom from a variety of accomplished authors.
Writing Practice on Every Page. This journal is a must-have for writers everywhere. With quotes from a diverse group of historical and modern authors to use as creative prompts on every page, you’ll be able to bring your writing inspiration with you wherever you go. You’ll find plenty of great advice, such as Toni Morrison’s encouragement, “As a writer, a failure is just information. It’s something that I’ve done wrong in writing, or is inaccurate or unclear. I recognize failure—which is important; some people don’t—and fix it.”