Everyone’s Auntie Mary is Releasing Her New Book
“Letters to Me; Life Lessons I Wish I Knew,”
Dedicated to the Students of Young Entrepreneur Society.
December 14th, 2018: Everyone’s Auntie Mary is excited to announce the release the highly anticipated book, Letters to Me; Life Lessons I Wish I Knew. This will mark the first volume of the Letters to Auntie Mary series and is aimed towards teaching lessons from the past to inspire the younger generation thrive in the future.
The release of this book will kick off at a star-studded event on December 14th, 2018 at the Idea1 Rooftop in the East Village area of Downtown San Diego. The event will include a book signing, photos with the author, a silent auction, passage readings from the contributing authors, as well as appetizers and a cash bar. Books will be available for purchase throughout the night. All proceeds from the silent auction, book sales, as well as any donations made that night will go directly towards funding the Young Entrepreneur Society, Inc. (YES), a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to educating and mentoring students in the foundations of entrepreneurship located in many schools throughout San Diego county.
In attendance at the event will be the founders and CEOs of many of San Diego’s local businesses and non-profits, including Life by Design Magazine (San Diego’s only printed entrepreneur magazine and Stegela Success Mastery (San Diego’s #1 Success Coaching and Mastermind Program as rated in Entrepreneur.com). Included in the book as contributing authors are students that made their way through the YES program while in high school who are now featured as entrepreneurial successes!
The Letters to Auntie Mary Series is a movement. There will be multiple volumes of Letters to Auntie Mary, including Letters from the Pen (Penitentiary), Letters from the Closet (LGBT Community), Letters from Streets (Homelessness), and more. By reading and supporting Letters to Me; Life Lessons I Wish I Knew, you will learn how the Letters to Auntie Mary series will impact the lives of millions by sharing personal lessons for others to from which to learn, grow, and overcome.
We look forward to the inspiration that this can share not only with San Diego’s students, but with students across the country, and beyond. We hope you will join us for this event to share the inspiration with your readers, listeners, and viewers.
December 14, 2018, 6pm – 9pm
899 Park Blvd.
(Entrance on 13th and F. St.)
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The vision of "Letters To Me" is to be a book series of real stories from real people just like you and me. These letters will share life lessons that were learned along the way in this journey we call LIFE. And just like life, these stories will elicit a variety of emotions from happiness and joy, to sadness and pain. Some of these stories will make you laugh, while others may make you cry. You might not relate to each and every story, but I am sure you will find one that speaks to you. You'll probably even know someone in your life who is going through some of the same things mentioned in the book.
My hope is that by you getting involved and sharing your story or your lesson, someone picking up this book can learn from your mistakes, your wins, or lessons and implement it in their own lives. Imagine changing someone's life just by sharing your story. How powerful is that?
Our mission is to help inspire the youth and encourage them to speak out about their visions and dreams; to impress upon them the importance of mentorship; and to let them know we've been there before and we understand.
Have you ever thought to yourself, "If only I could go back in time with the all the knowledge I know now, I would be a BEAST!" (Of course we all have, right?)
"Letters To Me" is a collection of life lessons everyone wishes they knew when they were younger. The stories told are to inspire the youth to be "THAT BEAST" we all would have been if only we knew the things we know NOW!!