Founders and authors D.G. Fulford, Sarah McCue, and Willa Shalit created Read/Share a Story for women and men of the world to learn from each other for self-discovery, exchange, awareness of other cultures, and development of new friendships through online networking and communication.
Through these stories, they seek to build a repository, a collective vision, and a deeper understanding of what it is like to live in our world.
We can't wait to read your story.
D.G. Fulford is a nationally best-selling author, speaker and former columnist of the Los Angeles Daily News and New York Times News Service. Her first book, To Our Children's Children: Preserving Family Histories For Generations To Come, is currently in its 40th printing. She is also the author of Designated Daughter: The Bonus Years with Mom. Fulford has been a guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, Good Morning America, and National Public Radio. She is the co-founder, with Dr. Sarah McCue, of The Remembering Site, which makes it easy to write and publish one’s life story.
Dr. Sarah McCue is the founder of this and several other websites including BluMail, a global email and content portal to provide information that educates, inspires and instills action; The Remembering Site to write, share, and publish life memories; and What Do YOU Think? Dr. McCue has published eight business and technical books, and has 20 years experience working with the United Nations, World Bank, and other non-governmental development organizations, and leading non-profit organizations.
Willa Shalit is an artist, producer, author, and philanthropist. All of Willa Shalit's professional activities are efforts to use art as a vehicle for social change. Willa has produced several Broadway performances including the Vagina Monologues, and she also edited "Becoming Myself: Reflections on Growing Up Female", a collection of essays and reminiscences by notable women. To bring economic recovery to women in post-conflict zones, Shalit has worked to create markets in the United States for products manufactured jointly by Palestian and Israeli women, and by women survivors of the Rwandan genocide.