“A chance to tell your story and reframe it as the superpower/gift that it actually was.” Angel Johnstone
"The Great Pause was the first opportunity for me to share, as an author, a “growth story”. It was not only cathartic for me, but an outpouring of love and gratitude with hopes of “hugging” whomever would be reading it. Short stories in a collaborative format are a path to creating your full novel." Christine Mola
“Healing, community, a healing community, and an opportunity to put my voice on a bigger and bigger loudspeaker.”
"I got introspective in thinking about the whole COVID experience and the journey I took in its first months. I gained confidence in being able to write and believe that I have a story to share." April Goff Brown
"The community of incredible people involved... a springboard into the world of authoring, the next next book!" Donna Martire Miller
"We all have important life changing messages dwelling in our souls that desire to be shared. Join a collaborative so that the world may hear YOUR message! Personally I have gained new relationships that fill me with so much joy. My cup runneth over." Jacqueline Baldwin
"I learned so much about myself through this process and gained confidence in writing - much needed! Plus it was so incredible to meet the other authors!" Caren Hefner Pauling
“Confidence. Community. Inspiration to move forward and write my own book.” Robin Finney
Upcoming Book Collaborations
Write, learn, publish, and grow with a community of green-hearted folks.
Accepting Authors Now
Curious about collaborating? Come create with us.
Post-Acute Triumphant TBI Stories
with the HobbleJog Foundation
In this book collaboration, the HobbleJog Foundation and Green Heart Living Press bring together 20 authors to share their stories of triumphant, long-term recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). We are seeking authors from across the United States who are willing to share their personal stories with TBI, including the resources that made long-term recovery possible. We are also interested in the stories of people caring for those with TBI.