A Page from the Book Festival of the MJCCA

A Page from the Book Festival of the MJCCA



Joey Reiman

The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA) is pleased to present two special author events featuring Candy Spelling, New York Times bestselling author and television personality on May 7; and Joey Reiman, founder and CEO of the global consultancy, BrightHouse, an Atlanta-based company on May 20.

Both events will take place at the MJCCA, with book signings following the program. Tickets are now onsale.


Candy Spelling

On Wed., May 7, Candy Spelling will discuss her newest book, ““Candy at Last”, ‘in conversation with’ Stephanie Davis-Smith, editor of The Atlantan magazine, at the MJCCA. “Candy at Last” is the long-awaited follow-up to Ms. Spelling’s New York Times bestseller, “Stories from Candyland.”

This time out, Candy has even better stories to tell—most notably, about her notorious rift with her daughter Tori, their reconciliation in recent years, and their current close relationship.

Engaging, heartwrenching, and hilarious, ”Candy at Last” shares her story of how family, friends, and her husband’s inspiring advice to “follow your dreams” has made her determined to live life to the fullest.

After 38 happy years of marriage to influential producer Aaron Spelling, raising two children in Hollywood, and co-managing one of the largest estates in the country (finally selling Spelling Manor, as detailed on her HGTV series, for $85 million), Candy is now adjusting to life on her own—downsizing to a Century City condo.

She’s ready to share the most intimate details of her life with Aaron; how his illness with Alzheimer’s caused her to question her identity; and how she’s reinvented herself as an independent woman, businesswoman, and television personality.

Along the way, Candy reveals all-new dishy stories, including those of Hollywood friends Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Michael Jackson, Janet Leigh, Dean Martin, and Elizabeth Taylor (her lifelong rival over their jewelry).


Joey Reiman

On Wednesday, May 7, 2014, at 7:30 p.m., the MJCCA presents a new speaker series titled, “ICONS: The People Who Change Our World,” which kicks off with Joey Reiman, founder and CEO of the global consultancy, BrightHouse, an Atlanta-based company.

Reiman will discuss his most recent book, “The Story of Purpose: The Path to Creating a Brighter Brand, a Greater Company, and a Lasting Legacy,with local TV Personality and Host Conn Jackson. Reiman was named by Fast Company Magazine as “One of the 100 people who will change the way the world thinks,” and is a brand expert known for putting the smile on the Pepperidge Farm goldfish cracker.

Learn from this nationally celebrated and award-winning speaker, author, and business “purpose” guru how to live a really meaningful and successful life. His breakthrough purpose methodology and frameworks have been adopted by individuals all over the globe along with companies like The Coca-Cola Company, McDonald’s, and many other Fortune 500 companies.

“The Story of Purpose” puts a higher purpose on every page. This book offers you five life-changing tips for increasing your personal and professional success. Reiman’s ground-breaking ideas have inspired deeper love, a more meaningful career, better health, greater wealth, and richer faith.


Ticket Prices for the Candy Spelling and Joey Reiman Programs

MJCCA Member Price: $10 / Community Price: $15. Tickets are on sale now. Seating is limited; reservations are recommended. For information, visit www.atlantajcc.org or call (678) 812-4002.



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