The Globe and Mail title The new book “The Power of Silence” will be released April 10th.
The book has been in development for a year.
You can pre-order it here.
“I’m writing a book that’s as simple as possible to understand, as practical as possible, and as effective as possible,” the author said in a statement.
This book is a celebration of the power of silence, in all its forms.
It was a challenge to find the right person to collaborate with on the book, as well as to find a writer that’s been working in the field of silence for at least a decade.
I had to do research, listen to people’s stories and listen to my own experiences as I worked on it.
My goal was to create a book with a cohesive message and approach, and one that will inspire people and change the way they approach silence.
But there are so many voices and perspectives in the book that I feel I can speak for myself, and in particular, the book can resonate with people in all kinds of settings and cultures.
A few of them will be particularly inspiring to me as I write this book, which is something that I think has never been possible before.
We will hear from a diverse range of voices.
In a sense, I’m writing this book for all of us, including the silence sufferers, who have had the privilege of working alongside those who have struggled with silence, but have also found themselves in the midst of it.
We have heard from a variety of people in this space.
We’ve also heard from many who are deeply impacted by silence, who would be deeply impacted to hear a book like this that will change their lives.
The book is part of The Silence Project, an ongoing project by a team of scientists, psychologists and others to create accessible and accessible information on the topic of silence.
It’s a collaboration between The Globe, The Atlantic and The Washington Post, which also publishes a weekly newsletter that features interviews with experts on the subject.
As a non-profit organization, the Science of Silence Project is supported by grants from the MacArthur Foundation and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
For more information, please visit www.thesilenceproject.org.