Mother's Day: Darlene Brock live online interview, May 10

Join author of ‘Help Wanted: Moms Raising Daughters’ for a live webcast interview. Thursday, May 10, 8:30 p.m. EDT. Photo: The Grit & Grace Project

HOUSTON, May 6, 2012 - Darlene Brock is a working mother who raised two beautiful daughters. She’s also a very successful author whose past experience includes serving as COO of Forefront Records, working as an artist manager, and producing award-winning music videos. Today, Brock and her husband Dan are the founders of The Grit and Grace Project, which is devoted to supporting women by helping them live fulfilling lives and achieve their full potential as individuals, wives, and moms. The couple hit upon their company’s name by joining together what Brock regards as the two primary strengths innate in women: Grit and Grace.

“This book,” says Brock, “is about what I learned about the jobs you need to master, the advice from other women that helped me, as well as some realities about the life and culture we live in that informed my perspective. You can take on the most difficult job in the world – raising daughters – and not only live to tell about it, but smile along the way.”

Help Wanted: Moms Raising Daughters,” is Brock’s debut book. In it she discusses thirteen metaphors keyed toward the diverse roles moms fill. Each chapter is packed with insightful information and advice on how to raise children while at the same time holding down a job and maintaining a healthy marriage.

Each of Brock’s thirteen roles gets its own chapter:

1. Coach
2. Creative Counselor
3. Time Manager
4. Media Director
5. Academic Advocate
6. Professor of Gender Studies
7. Relationship Counselor
8. Sex Ed Teacher
9. Financial Consultant
10. Bodyguard
11. Communications Specialist
12. In-Home Demonstrator
13. Military Strategist

The book’s conclusion is aptly—and positively—titled, “Take the Job! It’s a position you need to accept.”

Brock has appeared on Fox News, CNN, Daytime TV, and been given friendly nods by media critics and bloggers alike. Thursday, May 10, 7:30 p.m. Central Daylight Time (8:30 p.m. EDT), you’ll get your chance to ask her your own questions. Brock will be joining The Washington Times Communities journalist Jennifer Grassman for a live online SeeTalkGrow interview, during which Brock will converse in real time with attendees, share parenting stories, and expound upon her enormously successful career as a working mom and wife.

To attend this live streaming event, please visit www.SeeTalkGrow.com, or tune in via the embedded webcast widget below.

EVENT DETAILS:
Thursday, May 10, 7:30CT / 8:30ET
Mother’s Day Special: Darlene Brock on Motherhood, Parenting, and Daughters
Featuring Darlene Brock, author of “Help Wanted: Moms Raising Daughters”
Chat with Darlene live and get answers to your own questions! A free live online event for all ages.

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Jennifer Grassman

Jennifer Grassman is a singer, songstress and pianist who inadvertently became a music industry trailblazer in the wake of the digital revolution. In addition to penning her quirky music industry column, "The Business of Being Diva," Jennifer writes songs and performs concert tours. Jennifer’s accomplishments include being nominated Houston’s best female vocalist and best songwriter and was named best keyboardist in the 2010 Houston Press Music Awards. She assisted in a campaign that raised more than $100,000 for CrimeStoppers and was commended by musician Tori Amos for her charitable efforts on behalf of domestic-abuse victims.  Jennifer has released three CDs, the most recent of which, "Serpent Tales & Nightingales," received accolades from Christianity Today, the Houston Chronicle and Brian Ray and the guitarist of Paul McCartney's band. You can check out Jennifer’s music at www.JenniferGrassman.com, like her on Facebook and tweet her at www.Twitter.com/JGrassman.

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