Chriselda, a multi-genre, prolific author and speaker, with a background in Business Administration and Chemistry/Microbiology lives in Belgium. She also hosts the Podcast – The 3 Pillars and is the creator of ART-IS-IN, The Dig and her blog “chriselda.blog”
Having traveled the world extensively, as an Inflight Safety Training Instructor, she has worked in the Aviation industry for nearly two decades.
Always with a touch of artistic creativity along with being an ex-professional modern jazz dancer, she loves music and is passionate about writing! She speaks 5 languages & writes poetry, stories and quotes. She recently published more than 20 books, from which over 13 belong to her “Colouring Books For Adults” Series!
Her writing covers fiction and non-fiction, with the likes of poetry, horror, thriller, romance, supernatural, children’s illustration, but she enjoys telling a story in narrative poetry the most!
Currently she has a lot of things going on; launching her healing jewelry collection - 'Hand Made by Chriselda B', airing her podcast, interviewing artists, producing her tutorial series, creating more colouring books, not only for adults but also for children and she is working on her Self-help/Image-Building Book, that she had first started on her blog: ‘chriselda.blog’
Being a qualified Life Coach and Motivational Speaker, she also practices NLP and Mindfulness. Aiming to share her knowledge and experience, she is a speaker on many topics ranging from Creative Writing, Personal Development, Aerotoxic Syndrome to Aviation Safety and Self-Publishing. She is a certified Holistic Counsellor & a Reiki & Aura and Chakra Healer.
Find her paperback books on Amazon worldwide & Blurb. Digitally her eBooks can be found at Kindle, B&N, iTunes, Tolino, Kobo, Scribd, Playster, Overdrive, 24Symbols, Bibliotheca, Angus & Robertson, Indigo, Fnac, Bol, Walmart...
Did you know that Japanese uses 3 alphabets: Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji
They serve different purposes. Hiragana and Katakana are syllabaries, while Kanji is logographic. Kanji is used for the basic meaning of words. Hiragana is used for things like particles, conjugations, prepositions, etc.
So after Greek and Hindi, get ready for my first letters book in Japanese…from my Kids Colouring Books Series!
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