Eileen Campbell has worked for major publishers, including Random House, Penguin and Rodale, in a variety of capacities. She was a member of the board of directors for Harper Collins UK from 1989 to 1999-running three separate divisions. She was, also, a writer/presenter for BBC Radio's "Something Understood" and "Pause for Thought" in the 1990s and she compiled a number of successful anthologies. She lives in England.
The Woman's Book of Joy addresses ways our inherent capacity
for joy can be dampened or even deep-sixed for awhile. Thankfully,
the book's helpful suggestions and affirmations give readers many
guidelines for inviting joy to reign in their hearts again. I
especially appreciate the author's reminders to be gentle with
ourselves as we heal and move once again toward joy. --Sue
Patton Thoele, author of The Courage To Be Yourself and
The Woman's Book of Confidence-- "Reviews"
Eileen Campbell has written a book of poignant truths that will help you remember who you really are and what you really want. Each chapter of this book is a powerful meditation that calms your nervous system and helps you reconnect with your grace. --Tama Kieves, bestselling author of This Time I Dance! Creating the Work You Love, Inspired & Unstoppable, and A Year Without Fear: 365 Days of Magnificence, www.TamaKieves.com-- "Reviews"
This book is full of bite-sized treasures. Grab a cup of tea and let the affirmations sink in and nurture your soul. A comforting and life-affirming read. --Laura Berman Fortgang, author of The Little Book On Meaning and Living Your Best Life-- "Reviews"