Face the Future Spring 2017 Blog Series Begins Friday March 24!
Hope you can join us to find out tips on how to reduce your environment footprint…one baby step at a time.
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Photo of the Day…
To see more photos of the beautiful Bahamas and to read about Maryanne’s recent trip there, please check out the blog, Tempus Fugit – Bahamas Reflections on my Dad.
Welcome to Pink Gazelle Productions…
We create authentic works that inspire people to effect positive change in themselves and the world around them.
A Guide to Our E-mail Subscriptions…
Interested in hearing from us on a regular basis but not sure which e-mail to subscribe to? Click here for the low-down 🙂
Who We Are
Maryanne Pope – author, playwright, screenwriter, blogger, public speaker, workplace safety advocate, environmental educator and professional Auntie – started Pink Gazelle Productions in 2002, two years after the on-duty death of her police officer husband, Cst John Petropoulos of the Calgary Police Service.
For further details on PGP’s history, company name, team-members, projects & beliefs, please click here.
In a word…inspiration!
Our goal is to inspire people to reach their highest potential – because inspired people are positive, proactive people. Through blogs, e-mail campaigns, books, plays and films, we create and share meaningful stories that encourage and empower individuals to live with passion and purpose…and the patience to go through the process 🙂
A Widow’s Awakening book by Maryanne Pope
Eight years in the making, this extraordinary – and true – story of soul mates, saints, saviours and safety in the workplace charts a young woman’s emotional, psychological, physical and spiritual journey through the first year of grief following the on-duty death of her husband, a police officer.
Nearly 2000 copies sold!
Please click here for details, including target niche markets.
To purchase a print copy, please visit our on-line store.
“Told with brave candour and intelligent wit, A Widow’s Awakening takes you on an enlightening journey into the worlds of policing, hospital trauma units, Orthodox religion, unsafe workplaces, and the unexpected areas our minds can wander into when life becomes almost too painful to bear. An inspiring story of coming to terms with the unimaginable in order to live a life with purpose and meaning, this book is a testament to the capacity of the human spirit.”
– Shannon Lyons, AWA reader, Calgary, AB
Wolves in Western Canada Need Our Help…
Please read Help Stop Wolf Cull in Alberta to find out you can help raise public awareness about this issue…and bring an end to the killings.
Links We Love…
Esther Kane is a Registered Clinical Counselor who specializes in helping women who are dealing with eating disorders or disordered eating.
Esther is the author of the outstanding book, It’s Not About the Food; A Woman’s Guide to Making Peace with Food and Our Bodies. Esther’s weekly blogs, however, don’t deal solely with issues relating to eating, food and body-image. Rather, Esther’s blogs cover a wide variety of subjects that are useful, insightful and often highly entertaining! I highly recommend subscribing 🙂
Looking for inspiration? Check out Angela J. Ford’s blog.
It’s fantastic! Angela’s mission is to help individuals and businesses achieve success by expanding their networks. She is passionate about encouraging artists and inspiring creators to take action steps towards achieving their dreams.
Maryanne was featured in a recent edition of Angela’s Lifestyle Design. Please click here to read it.
Nonparents.com is an excellent and informative website for people without children by circumstance or choice…because being a parent is an enormous responsibility – and not for everyone.
To read Maryanne’s story about her decision to not have children, here is the link to where it’s featured on nonparents.com. As Pink Gazelle Productions explored in the documentary, Whatever Floats Your Boat…Perspectives on Motherhood, the decision ‘to be or not to be…a mom’ is just that: a decision not a given.