Virginia has influenced Hispanic culture and lifestyle for over 25 years through her work. One of her claims to fame is translating the subtitles from English into Portuguese for the first Shrek movie. Another exceptional achievement is her interviewing the CEO of Coca-Cola in the Amazon that resulted in a featured article she wrote for a major bilingual international magazine.
Being listed in “Who’s Who Among Hispanic Americans”, shows how important her extraordinary contributions have been to the writing and translation industries.
What makes her so remarkably effective and accurate as a professional writer, editor and translator is that, as a native Spanish speaker, she has an inherent understanding of the culture.
As a world traveler, Virginia has lived in Europe, South America and visited Asia and the Amazon, which adds to her cultural knowledge. The combination of her print journalism degree and her bilingual education escalates her professional value.
For decades, many major publishing companies, corporations, advertising agencies, specialized trade journals and magazines, government entities and news agencies have enjoyed her meticulous attention to detail and perfectionism.
Virginia is a published journalist, book author and has written articles for top trade journals. Her experience includes working as a bilingual writer, editor and translator for publications in industries, such as food and beverage, water utilities, irrigation, manufacturing companies, environmental, health, fashion, telecommunications and more.
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In “Nothing “Happens in The Grave: Misery to Miracles,” you will find Virginia’s chapter titled “The Power Behind The Meaning of ‘I AM'”
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“Goddesses Among Us,” Volume 2 of a #1 Best Selling Series, by Kimberly Anderson, is a collaboration of 21 co-authors, including Virginia Earl. It’s an anthology about brave women who stepped into the spotlight to share their stories. They bring hope to others by stepping into their power, speaking their truth, and shining their light so that we all can do the same! To order a signed copy, call or text Virginia at (951) 551-4566 or order via Amazon, https://tinyurl.com/2p8zbm8d
Cover Credit: Genevieve Espinosa
To select the musical piece “Gratitude” that was composed for Virginia’s story, go to Fizzy Beard
“100 Most Successful Women Around the World” by María Renée Dávila & Professor Caroline Makaka. Introduction by Al Otero. Inspiring stories co-authored by women around the world, including Virginia Earl, originally from Uruguay.
To order a signed copy, call or text Virginia at (951) 551-4566 or order via Amazon, https://tinyurl.com/2a469aru
Virginia co-authored “It’s All About Showing Up & The Power Is In the Asking,” a collaboration of a group of 46 local, nationwide, and international authors, philanthropists, and entrepreneurs who share their compelling stories about the “importance of showing up and the power is in the asking” and how these two combined mindsets can make our wishes become a reality. This #1 Best Seller head is Robbie Motter, CEO of Global Society of Female Entrepreneurs (GSFE), a nationwide and international networking group supporting and empowering women business owners.
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Virginia Earl is one of 47 international coauthors sharing her story in “Quarentena & Beyond,” which received the #1 International Bestseller label and was launched in December 2020 by She Inspires Me, London. Spearheaded by Serial Entrepreneur & Humanitarian Ada Gartenmann, this bilingual (English-Spanish) anthology brings to readers stories of hope, resilience, and inspiration during the “Great Lockdown.”
Virginia’s also a recipient of 2020 She Inspires Me Awards (SIMA), London, England.
To order your signed copy, please call or text Virginia at (951) 551-4566 or order via Amazon, https://tinyurl.com/yxqsyqlu
“All Women Rock: A Series of Inspirational Life Journeys” is a collection of stories from local Southern California authors. Virginia Earl is one of the coauthors and the editor of this anthology. Virginia is also an award recipient of the 2019 All Women Rock Awards, Orange County, California.
To order a signed copy, send Virginia Earl a text to (951) 551-4566. $10 for hand-delivery and $15 for shipping within Southern California.
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