What People Are Saying…

“I had so much fun reading this book!”

“I never knew about the connection to the French Revolution…”

“This is such a good idea-we really need something like this…”

“It sounds pretty simple – what a great idea!”

“In a world where many of us don’t even know our next door neighbor’s name, this book gave me the tools to connect with others in a truly meaningful way. I was amazed at how much I learned by simply sharing thoughts, ideas and opinions with a small group of people. Learning how much everyday people understand about our world and how much they have to offer is very encouraging and enlightening.

The book’s step-by-step instructions make it very easy to facilitate salons. I was amazed at how much I gained from so little effort. Everyone had a great time. What a perfect way to spend a Saturday afternoon. I predict these salons will become very popular, very quickly.”                 -Ron Fleming

“Can you remember when true conversation was an art form?  Valerie Davisson brilliantly brings it back with this “how to” book on the magic of this remarkable experience.  If you are looking to enhance the quality of your relationships and bring abundance to your life, this is something you must consider bringing into your life.  The author does a wonderful job of providing clarity on its historical roots as well as specific tools for creating it in your life today.  Her writing style is both engaging and informative.  Don’t miss this rare look at how you can bless your life today by embracing a lost art form from the past.”

–Taylor Hartman, Author of The People Code
Enhanced by Zemanta“Conversations are wonderful things! SATURDAY SALON: Bringing Conversation and Community Back Into Our Lives discusses the fall of conversation in our lives and bringing it back into vogue. Valerie Davisson suggests good conversation topics, and how to break the complacency of TV viewing and internet use, and families never dining together anymore. SATURDAY SALON has a hearty recommendation on the power of good conversation and communication, very much recommended!”                                                                                                                        –Midwest Book Review 2012