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Rochelle Melander

Full Name: Rochelle Melander
Gender: Female
Hometown: Caracas
Number of Works: 11
Rochelle Melander, the Write Now! Coach, is the author of 10 books, a certified professional coach, and a popular speaker. Melander teaches professionals how to write fast, get published, establish credibility, and navigate the new world of social media.

Rochelle's newest book Write-A-Thon: Write Your Book in 26 Days (And Live to Tell About It) teaches writers how to train for and successfully conquer writing marathons like National Novel Writing Month. Her book A Generous Presence: Spiritual Leadership and the Art of Coaching (2006), was named one of the 50 best spiritual books of 2006.

In 2006, Rochelle founded Dream Keepers Creative Writing Workshop, a program that teaches writing to at-risk tweens and teens in the inner city. Rochelle Melander is a member of the International Coach Federation and the American Society for Journalists and Authors. She lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with her husband, the writer Harold Eppley, and their two children.


ISBN: 1599633914, 9781599633916
Keywords: write, days, thon, book
Pages: 240
Published: 2011
  • Rating: 80%
ISBN: 1566993253, 9781566993258
Keywords: art, coaching, leadership, spiritual, presence, generous
Pages: 370
Published: 2006
  • Rating: 80%

A Generous Presence is a collection of story-driven essays about the philosophy, tools, and work of coaching that is designed to support all spiritual leaders in deepening and enriching their personal and professional relationships. By practicing the coaching tools Rochelle Melander offers, spiritual leaders will be better equipped to guide those they work with toward accepting the past, creating a life vision, and setting goals for the future. Additionally, the tools provided in this book will help leaders understand themselves and enable them to strengthen their definitions for healthy livin
ISBN: 1566992621, 9781566992626
Keywords: care, guide, leader, spiritual
Pages: 225
Published: 2002
  • Rating: 100%

As spiritual guides, clergy and lay leaders alike often find themselves in need of direction about how to make changes in their personal life and ministry. Rarely, however, do they find a book that presents self-care as an integral part of being a spiritual leaders. The Spiritual Leader?s Guide to Self-Care gives readers the tools to discern God's intention for their lives and to be faithful to that vision through proper self-care. Arranged in 52 chapters, one for each week of the year, the guide addresses seven themes: Creating a Life Vision, Caring for Yourself at Work, Nurturing Your R