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From A Prologue to An Ending: The Evolution of Writing a Novel by Gabrielle Yetter

Writing a novel was never on my bucket list. In fact, it was something I didn’t want to consider. There were too many talented authors, too many wonderful stories, too much competition in the book universe– why bother?

Bringing Overlooked Historical Figures To Life by Christie Stratos

It can be fun to write about historical figures everyone knows, but I find it extra exciting to resurrect real people history has forgotten.

Worry Less, Arrive Sooner: Dr. Freud Meets Dr. Seuss by Bette Pounds, LCSW (Book Review #799)

  Worry less, arrive sooner, is a rhythmic, poetic book written in a lyrical format encouraging the reader to slow down and reflect on the issues that matter in life and often get neglected. The book also mentions some of the emotional and psychological… Continue Reading “Worry Less, Arrive Sooner: Dr. Freud Meets Dr. Seuss by Bette Pounds, LCSW (Book Review #799)”

Sons of Adam by E. A. Rohrmoser (Book Review #767)

Sons of Adam is a mythical journey of self-discovery. The literary fiction has elements of magical realism framed around the Abrahamic narrative of Adam and Eve. The story describes the emotions, journey and faith of a man and a woman influenced by love and… Continue Reading “Sons of Adam by E. A. Rohrmoser (Book Review #767)”

4-year anniversary

YES! WE DID IT.     We have been reading and writing together for 4 years! I want to thank all of my followers, subscribers, readers, commenters, and everyone who has supported this website and what it stands for. You guys are the backbone… Continue Reading “4-year anniversary”

Why Did I Tell the Whole World About My Eating Disorder? By Ronni Robinson

Why would anyone want to put in print some of the most embarrassing moments of their lives? Why bare your soul, sharing your secrets for anyone to see?