"...This book is a
refreshing look at those who have dared to do something with
from the foreword by Clint Eastwood
"Boy! Your really
know how to interview somebody and come up with the essence of
Joe Tacker, 8-time Westminster Dog Show Judge
"The stories of
other people's experiences encourage each of us to use our
talents and strengths, and to place the bar higher to achieve
our goals. This book will help you do just that."
Jim Tunney, former NFL Referee, Motivational Speaker, co-author
of Chicken Soup for the Sports Fan's Soul and author of
It's the Will, not the Skill
"Here's a book that will truly inspire you to reach out and
realize your dreams -- especially when you read how others have
surmounted their own fear, rejection and personal loss.
StarWords is a must read for those who need to define and
follow their own unique path and hone in on what really matters
Fried, Fortune 500 marketing strategist; best-selling author, A
Marketing Plan for Life
heads the list for the unique ability to interview. She has a
terrific mind. Most interviews are ill-prepared, don't
have her insightful questions to stimulate the person being
interviewed - all of which she does."
Larry Wilde, Comedian/Author, "America's Best Selling Humorist"
- The New York Times
"I love Susan
Cantrell's signature offbeat interview questions. My favorite
one is, "In what ways are you a weirdo?"
Dina Ruiz Eastwood
"...Ms. Cantrell is
the Jane Austen of the practitioners in her craft. Her
interviews are designed to present to a cynical and weary world,
individuals who have taken the raw material of life and
fashioned it with such passion, integrity, sacrifice, creativity
and determination, that each one becomes a beacon of light..."
Nancy Dane Welch, U.C. Berkeley Graduate World Literature,