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Author, Ghostwriter, and Speaker 

Hello!

 

If you are like me, you are counting down the days until spring. And warmer weather. And gardening time because I am 'that' person-the one who spends a great deal of time thumbing through seed catalogues trying to decide what I want, knowing I don't have the space to plant everything I'd like to plant, whittling down my choices, and then finally making my choices.

 

I do the same when it comes to my writing. I write everything I want to say, then go back and take out the fluff; whittling away what doesn't really need to be there. Why? Because I don't want to overstay my welcome, so to speak. I write with the hope and intention that my words do much to encourage, educate, and entertain readers and listeners far and wide-in person, virtually, or in print. 

Among the goals for 2024 I have set for myself is to expand a ministry I started in the spring of 2022-the "Brighten the Corner Where You Are" ministry. It is all about relationships; how to initiate and enjoy close friendships, and how to be a neighbor to anyone and everyone around you. It has been the source of blessings to me and many others, and I know it will continue to do the same going forward. My plans for the ministry in 2024 also include promoting the concept to small town chambers of commerce, neighborhood HOAs, and to various other organizations promoting the concept of being a good neighbor. I know the value of being a good neighbor, having been on both the giving and receiving end of being a good neighbor. An intentional and present neighbor. 

 

To help me reach these goals, in just a few weeks, I will be releasing a how-to book titled, "Brighten the Corner Where You Are" so that you can be a corner brightener, too. I will also be featured as a guest on several podcasts over the coming weeks. Once they air, I'll post the links below. 

 

Last but not least, I am still booking speaking events and book signings for the second and third quarters of 2024. So, if you are interested in any of the various events I offer, contact me via email (dnoblewrites@yahoo.com), through this website, or on Facebook (Darla Noble). Some of the events I have to offer include interactive #WWII presentations, character education events for K-5th grade, "Keepsake in the Making" classes, "Nanna Subscription Classes", and a variety of women's ministry events. 

I also want to encourage you to check out the "Momma D's Salty Grace" and the "Order Here" pages of the website. Oh, and stay tuned for information on the Youtube videos I'll be posting soon.  

Thanks again for reading!

DARLA

 

 UPCOMING EVENTS 

 February. 21-22, 2024: Gloria Deo Christian Academy, Springfield, MO 

February 27, 2024: Rachel Donelson Chapter of the Daughters of the Maerica

March 12, 2024: Lake Hills Academy WWII Presentation  

March 23, 2024: Crocker Public Library, Crocker, MO -

April 19, 2024: Homemaker's Extension Club, Ava, MO 

April 20, 2024: Christian County Library, Nixa, MO

April 27, 2024: First Baptist Church Women's Ministry Spring Event, Carterville, MO

May 11, 2024: Schofield and Gray Event, Fordland, MO 

May 18, 2024: Moms and Daughters Craft Show, Jefferson City, MO

 

 LINKS TO RECENT PODCASTS AND INTERVIEWS

Joy of Motherhood: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFzymg3HsGo&t=350s

Book Reader Magazine Interview: Book Reader Magazine Author Interview: 

All Author Interview: Author Darla Noble Interview - AllAuthor

Podcast with Jacqui Wilson (part 1)Darla Noble Part 1: God Starts with You Where You Are - YouTube

      Podcast with Jacqui Wilson (part 2) 

Podcast Jacqui Wilscon (part 3)

Podcast: Sloshing Jesus with Linda May  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDn5uwM5alM&t=71s

What people are saying about books by Darla Noble

"Please Pass the Memories" is the perfect solution for helping you decide what to do with all those family treasures." ~Barb

"I wish I would have had "Love, Momma D" when I was raising my kids. I have given a copy to my granddaughters. This is what parenting is meant to be about." ~Kathy

"All My Love, George...Letters from a WWII Hero" is a beautiful story-one that reminds us to live grateful lives. I couldn't put it down." ~Robert

"I got a copy of "The Medium-Sized Book of Scavenger Hunts" while visiting friends in Missouri. As a FRO for the Army, this book has proven to be a valuable and favorite resource for family events." ~Lori

"Jesus and Zinnias Make Me Smile is hands-down the best gift I've ever given my best friend." ~Linda 

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