The Goddess book at Sebastopol Goddess Faire
I’m so delighted to be bringing my Goddess storybook, The Goddess Who Forgot That She Was a Goddess, “for people of all ages,” to Sebastopol’s Twenty-Second Annual Goddess Crafts Faire. At this event, a variety of local women gather to share their wonderful handmade gifts, including clothes, jewelry, health and beauty products, art, and more. Plus, it’s a heartwarming community and social celebration, with music and dance throughout the day.
After savoring this event for many years, I’m thrilled to have a booth this year, to share my goodies with this circle. In addition to my books, I’ll also be offering greeting cards I made from both my original artwork in the book, and other special artwork.
The event is at the Sebastopol Community Center, from 11am to 7pm each day. If you’re there, please stop by my booth and say hi!
I also invite you to give the Goddess book for the holidays. It makes a treasured and meaningful keepsake gift! During these challenging times, it’s especially important that we look for ways to soothe, nurture, and empower ourselves and others. This can help us stay centered and standing in our divine power, so that we’re available for the positive energies that can flow through us and around us. Don’t we all need a little of that, right about now? It’s been so moving for me to hear how people are being touched and nurtured by the book’s sweet story and original artwork.
I’ve extended the Goddess book Holiday Sale until Friday, Dec. 9. When you order directly from me, your discounts start at 20% off, and increase with quantity. Plus I can send your gift directly to your giftee! The books and greeting cards are also available at select local stores.
To learn more about all of the above, and see a preview flipbook, just go to my Goddess book website, healthyworld.org/GoddessBook. You can also join my email list there, to keep informed of readings and more. And, if you’re on Facebook, connect with me at facebook.com/PatriciaDinesWriter.
I send blessings to everyone for a very happy holiday season. May we all feel the beauty of divine grace in our days and our lives, now and throughout the new year. And I also invite you to look for ways you might connect with and support this project of my heart and soul.