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Debut Author Releases Novel About The Little-Known Native American Nez Perce War Of 1877

Debut Author Releases Novel About The Little-Known Native American Nez Perce War Of 1877

By Julia Sullivan I became fascinated with the story of Chief Joseph after visiting the Big Hole Battlefield in Wisdom, Montana. It is stunningly beautiful place where something truly horrific […]

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The Question Isn’t, Why Use Astrology In Business, The Question Is: Why Not?

The Question Isn’t, Why Use Astrology In Business, The Question Is: Why Not?

By Kim Woods Throughout time, many famous people have used astrology.   Angelina Jolie uses astrology daily and to make important decisions about movie roles and premiere dates. Cameron Diaz, Lady […]

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Discovering My Grandmother’s Depression-Era Autograph Book Gave Me A New Perspective On The Pandemic

Discovering My Grandmother’s Depression-Era Autograph Book Gave Me A New Perspective On The Pandemic

By Natalie Bickel  I stepped foot into my 91-year-old grandmother’s patio home in March of 2021, the room suddenly feeling reminiscent of Christmas. My aunts were in town, which usually […]

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Being Intentional With Your Relationships In The Age Of Social Media

Being Intentional With Your Relationships In The Age Of Social Media

By Amy Daughters How many people can you actively be in real relationship with? While that seems like a simple, straight-forward question the reality is more complex. First, how do […]

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I Wrote A Memoir About Giving My Baby Up For Adoption At A Home For Unwed Mothers In The ’60s

I Wrote A Memoir About Giving My Baby Up For Adoption At A Home For Unwed Mothers In The ’60s

By Laura L. Engel It was 1967, the Summer of Love, and I was a typical senior in high school, living on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. My life was simple, […]

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As A Muslim Woman, I Believe Choosing To Wear The Hijab Is Not A Symbol Of Oppression – People Are

As A Muslim Woman, I Believe Choosing To Wear The Hijab Is Not A Symbol Of Oppression – People Are

By Gabrielle Deonath Two months before my sixteenth birthday, I made a decision that changed my life. For eight months, I contemplated whether I wanted to take this step, whether […]

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I Speak Out For Women’s Rights In India So All Women Can Be Free To Live The Life They Choose

I Speak Out For Women’s Rights In India So All Women Can Be Free To Live The Life They Choose

By Pooja Kannan In today’s modern era, there are increasing efforts to push for gender equality all over the world. We have seen numerous countries legalize gay marriage and pass […]

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Does The Shape Of Your Lipstick Matter? Beauty Experts Weigh In With Their Advice

Does The Shape Of Your Lipstick Matter? Beauty Experts Weigh In With Their Advice

By Natalie Bickel Lipstick is the ultimate accessory; one that has the power to add pop, elegance, and to brighten smiles. It’s not only a medium used to feel fierce, […]

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All Are Welcome: Diversity & Inclusion Expert On Creating Change In The Workplace With Results

All Are Welcome: Diversity & Inclusion Expert On Creating Change In The Workplace With Results

The following is an excerpt from ‘All Are Welcome: How to Build a Real Workplace Culture of Inclusion that Delivers Results‘ (McGraw Hill, Feb 2022) from Cynthia Owyoung. Cynthia is […]

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Bestselling Author Amy Edelstein Shares Excerpt From Her Life-Changing Travel Memoir ‘Adventure In Zanskar’

Bestselling Author Amy Edelstein Shares Excerpt From Her Life-Changing Travel Memoir ‘Adventure In Zanskar’

The following in an excerpt from ‘Adventure in Zanskar: A young woman’s solitary journey to reach physical and metaphysical heights’ (Paperback, Nov 2021). In 1983, twenty-one year old Amy Edelstein […]

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Author Kim Hays Dissects Typical Definitions Of What It Means To Be “Good” In New Detective Novel

Author Kim Hays Dissects Typical Definitions Of What It Means To Be “Good” In New Detective Novel

By Kim Hays We read crime fiction not only for its thrills and clever puzzles, but also for the satisfaction of seeing justice done. We like to know that, by […]

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Navigating Themes Of Mental Health & Hallucinations In My New Book “Magician Of Light”

Navigating Themes Of Mental Health & Hallucinations In My New Book “Magician Of Light”

By Author J Fremont Any talented writer knows that before you write about anything, you must do your research unless you have extensive experience and knowledge of that subject. Writing […]

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How Does The Outdated Introvert/Extrovert Model Affect Our Professional Lives Today?

How Does The Outdated Introvert/Extrovert Model Affect Our Professional Lives Today?

By Jennifer O’Callaghan Throughout my adult life, I’ve frequently heard the question, “are you an introvert or an extrovert?” Each time, I’ve hesitated in my response, because the truth was […]

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I Abandoned My Political Ambitions To Become A Writer/Director & Tell More Women’s Stories

I Abandoned My Political Ambitions To Become A Writer/Director & Tell More Women’s Stories

By Lila McLaughlin I’ve always been a storyteller, writing short stories or scenes all through my youth to teen to adult years.  In college I went with a traditional major, […]

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Why We Should All Prioritize Our Mental Health & Wellbeing In 2022

Why We Should All Prioritize Our Mental Health & Wellbeing In 2022

By Nicole McCray If we’ve learned anything over the last two years during the global pandemic, it’s that taking care of our mental health and wellbeing is just as important […]