Diana Raab’s Writing for Bliss is a stimulating book that encourages and supports writing for passion based on reflection, truth, and freedom. The book was authored to provide prompts and techniques for writers on any level. The premise of the book began when Raab discovered writing was a healing mechanism for her and her late grandmother. Raab believes in the purity of writing for change and the seven-step plan as listed in the book. The purpose of this book was to serve as a reference for individuals who may consider transforming their lives through writing.


Transformative, Writing Preparation, Memoirs, Publication

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Janie A. Hall, DBA, is a contributing faculty member and doctoral chair at Walden University. She received her DBA in Leadership from Walden University. Her research interests include social responsibility, multicultural management, employee engagement, and qualitative research. She completed her MBA in Healthcare Management at Ottawa University. Prior to pursuing her DBA, Dr. Hall spent over 25 years reinventing healthcare delivery through her leadership roles as a respiratory therapist and focused change to community health benefits following the community destruction of an EF-5 tornado. Dr. Hall resides in Joplin, MO. Correspondence regarding this article can be addressed directly to: janie.hall2@mail.waldenu.edu or janie-hall@hotmail.com.

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