New York Times best-selling author Robyn Spizman’s newest book is a tribute to her parents and the love they shared with everyone around them. In this case, “Loving Out Loud” describes the importance of sharing love openly and proudly to brighten up the lives of oneself and others.
Summarizing the three messages of her book in a few words, Spizman said, “Lift up, show up and never give up.”
Including lessons for parents and grandparents, she shares her own experiences and anecdotes to provide examples to others of how to adopt her message of loving-kindness.
Spizman aims to redirect from the one-click, rapid-fire communication possible in the social media age to more meaningful, thoughtful conversations where emotion can be shared.
Well known for her gift-giving acumen, Spizman also includes advice for creating meaningful traditions and giving unforgettable gifts that make recipients feel “treasured.”
“Loving out loud is about the little things we can do to make a big impact,” she said.
Summarized from the AJT’s Aug. 28, “New Book Demonstrates Loving Loudly” by Marcia Caller Jaffe
The book will be featured at 10 a.m. Nov. 7.