The Road with Cove Queen Janine Sullivan

with Janine Sullivan

Every now and then while walking on the road of life we pause and wonder what is next. Sometimes the answer comes in round about ways while questions linger in the air as if waiting for some sort of realization to arrive before a resolution follows.  For more than thirty years I have worked in the field of health care.  Along the way I have spoken to people from all walks of life.  I learned that we all have more in common than we may think.  I believe many of us ask big questions of life and eagerly await practical answers.

The Road is an out of the box program that finds common ground and discovers the answers to life’s most interesting questions. Come on The Road with me, Cove Queen Janine Sullivan and together we will see what life has to offer.

Broadcasts Weekly Wednesday 5am & 5pmET

Cove Queen Janine’s Guest This Week

Wednesday 5am/5pmET

Saturday 7am/7pmET

Feeling Alive with Author Steven Manchester

Feeling Alive – How does a young man survive the trauma of The Gulf War and end up writing books that connect people. Steven Manchester has just collected two book awards in Paris, France. What does he have to say? “None of us is ever alone.”

Steven Manchester is the author of the #1 bestsellers Twelve Months, The Rockin’ Chair, Pressed Pennies, and Gooseberry Island as well as the novels Goodnight, Brian and The Changing Season. His work has appeared on NBC’s Today Show, CBS’s The Early Show, CNN’s American Morning, and BET’s Nightly News. Three of Manchester’s short stories were selected “101 Best” for the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. He lives with his family in southern Massachusetts. www.stevenmanchester.com

Over 100,000+ books sold across my list
1,700+ Amazon reviews (avg. 4.6 / 5 stars)
Celebrity endorsements to include Richard Paul Evans, Ed Asner, Carla Neggers, Theresa Rhyne, Christine Feehan, Laura Schroff, Steena Holmes, Meredith Wild, Ann Hillerman, William Kent Krueger, Jon Land, Ruth Harris, Heather Gudenkauf…

Four #1 national bestsellers

Twelve Months – November 9, 2012 (Amazon; Kindle paid)
The Rockin’ Chair – April 11, 2014 (B&N; Nook paid)
Pressed Pennies – February 24, 2015 (B&N; Nook paid)
Gooseberry Island – May 11, 2015 (B&N; Nook paid)
The Changing Season – September 26, 2016 (#10 – B&N; Nook paid)

Book Festivals (Top Honor) Winners:
2016 Beach Book Festival
2017 Los Angeles Book Festival
2017 Amsterdam Book Festival
Dozens of Category Winners to include:
2013 New England Book Festival
2013 & 2016 San Francisco Book Festival
2014 Paris Book Festival Award
2014 & 2015 London Book Festival
2014 Hollywood Book Festival
2015 Readers’ Favorite Award
2016 Global E-Book Awards
2017 International Book Awards

Lastly, I host an annual comedy fund raiser, Laughter & Wishes, to benefit children with life-threatening illnesses. After ten years, I’m happy to report that we’ve raised $167K to date.

Coming September 6th Wednesday 5am/5pmET

Dealing with Onset Alzheimer’s and Turning Grief into Action

About the Author: Rose Grant earned a BS and MS in Biology from the University of Massachusetts. She also holds certificates in Teacher Mentoring from the University of Massachusetts and in Health Care Ethics from the National Catholic Bioethics Center.

In retirement, Rose spends her time gardening, quilting, traveling and as a volunteer with the Alzheimer Association, Cure Alzheimer’s Fund and the Trustees of Reservations. She was a contributing author to Chicken Soup for the Soul-Living with Alzheimer’s & other Dementias.

 Residing in southeastern Massachusetts, she now shares her home with her two cats, Will and Grace.

Thoughts by Janine:

Hosting, “The Road With Cove Queen Janine,” is a dream come true. It is also the end of false beliefs in myself and the beginning of authentic living.
I grew up in, and later married into a culture of fear based thinking. For as long as I can remember I felt like I was in a room and the fire alarm was sounding. Even though there was no evidence of trouble or concern I often felt tense and over cautious. This stifled my life.
As I matured I felt fear came into me like osmosis. That is to say, the fear never felt like mine to own but it was so close to me that it felt like mine.
Throughout my forties and fifties I reasoned out many of the false stories that swept my mind. I homed in n my personal truths. Truths that were unique to me and my individuality, completely apart from other people’s perspective began to come forth.
Simply taking that action and having the willingness to see my truth revealed what was before me all along.
An abundance of curiosities unfolded. Opportunities became visible. My life was blossoming.
Opportunity is always right there on the path. Awakening to who we are apart from what we’ve been told or experienced sets the shift in motion.
This moment holds both the key and the treasure.
Sift through the stories and falsehoods with gentle love and compassion for yourself. Soon you will clearly see your radiant self and your purpose in this life.

BIO: Janine Ouellette is a freelance writer and poet.  When Janine is not writing she is a resource agent a position, which involves advocacy and assisting people, achieve goals. She uses her talent connecting people to lift dreams and desires to a successful outcome. Drawing on 30 years of experience in social service Janine has gathered tools and resources developing a unique approach to connect individuals and communities.

One of the highlights of her career was producing a life enhancing lecture series for women. Educated in the field of child psychology, Janine has nurtured the ability to see under the veil into the heart of a person making her current work as a caregiver very rewarding.  She believes we all can lift up our portion of the world one person at a time through one action at a time.

TheRoadWithJanine@comcast.net
https://www.gofundme.com/the-road-with-cove-queen-janine

Click for FB page