Make Your Dreams Come True with Rosalie Contino’s New Book
Dr. Rosalie Contino, Ph.D. shares her inspiring story of making dreams come true in “Born to Create.”
"I dedicate this book to anyone harboring unrealized dreams."
Dreams drive excitement and hope to our unknown future. So, what happens if your dreams don’t turn out the way you planned? You might feel hopeless and there’s a certain twinge of sadness. However, according to Dr. Rosalie Contino, Ph.D., it shouldn’t be the case. And she is willing to uplift and inspire you in her book entitled “Born to Create.”
Within this inspirational autobiography, Rosalie shares her story, which started when she made a very bold move during her 40s. She changed her career from being a successful seventh-grade English teacher to work in her newfound profession in the creative arts. After following her passion to create, she’s now enjoying her life as a professional costume designer, costume historian, playwright, and lecturer.
“I dedicate this book to anyone harboring unrealized dreams. May you find the courage to follow your heart’s desire. It may not be today but hopefully, you will realize it someday. Remember, dreams don’t come with expiration dates. As long as you believe, you can make them come true,” according to Rosalie.
So, if you’re someone who is ready to make the change in your life, then read some words of wisdom from “Born to Create.” You will be reminded that it’s never too late to follow your passion, regardless of your age or life status. All you need is the courage to venture into the unknown path towards your dreams.
If you’re interested, the book will be featured in the 2015 Guadalajara Book Fair. It will be held on November 28 – December 5, 2015 at the Expo Guadalajara Exhibition Center in Guadalajara, Mexico. You can check out the book along with other materials during the whole event.
“Born to Create”
Written by Rosalie H. Contino, Ph.D
Kindle | $ 11.99
Paperback | $ 12.63
About the Author
Dr. Rosalie H. Contino, Ph.D. is an Italian-American living in Brooklyn, New York. She graduated with a degree in Elementary Education from Fordham University. After that, she earned her M.A. in Educational Theatre and later a Ph.D. in the same field, both from New York University. Aside from teaching and serving as a teaching fellow for the Program in Educational Theatre at New York University, Rosalie has worked as a costume designer, costume consultant, and costume lecturer for numerous productions and events. More than that, she also published several poems on nature as well as articles on creative writing and dramatics.
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