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Interviews

GOT Star Nathalie Emmanuel Presents New Podcast About History’s Most Powerful “Killer Queens”

GOT Star Nathalie Emmanuel Presents New Podcast About History’s Most Powerful “Killer Queens”

We’re all familiar with the portrayal of recent fictional Queens on screen, from ‘Game of Thrones’ Daenerys Targaryen to the fierce warriors in ‘Woman King’ and ‘Black Panther’. But as […]

Creativity

New Short Story Collection Invites Readers To Find Solace & Healing Through Dreams

New Short Story Collection Invites Readers To Find Solace & Healing Through Dreams

What does it mean to reconnect with ourselves and tap into our dreams? Where does healing come from if not from within, and from our own creativity? In MariJo Moore’s […]

Entertainment

‘Morning Sun In Wuhan’ Draws On Author’s Experience Seeing Community Come Together In Dark Times

‘Morning Sun In Wuhan’ Draws On Author’s Experience Seeing Community Come Together In Dark Times

A new Middle Grade novel, ‘Morning Sun in Wuhan’ (out November 8, Clarion Books) from author Ying Chang Compestine offers readers a different perspective on the global pandemic brought on […]

Contributors

Multi Award-Winning Brazilian Author Pens English YA Debut Filled With Magic & Mythology

Multi Award-Winning Brazilian Author Pens English YA Debut Filled With Magic & Mythology

 Sway to the beat of beauty and poetry in ‘The Musician’ (Dec 13, 2022, Koehler Books) a new YA novel by multi award-winning Brazilian author, Heloisa Prieto. With over 2 […]

Contributors

Taking Rumination Up A Mountain: A Story Of Shifting Gears After A Close Call

Taking Rumination Up A Mountain: A Story Of Shifting Gears After A Close Call

Our human brains are great at thinking. It’s how we problem solve, create, and even connect.  But not all thinking is productive. When we get stuck in a pattern of […]

Contributors

Writing In A New Genre: Excellent Adventure Or Bad Decision?

Writing In A New Genre: Excellent Adventure Or Bad Decision?

By Susan K. Hamilton I’ll read just about anything, but like most people, I have some genres that I gravitate to and some I don’t. So, when I first turned […]

Contributors

Writing about Resilient Chinese Women In My New Novel “Tomorrow in Shanghai”

Writing about Resilient Chinese Women In My New Novel “Tomorrow in Shanghai”

By May-Lee Chai A friend of mine complained to me once about the hierarchy of accents in the big tech companies where she has worked. “They like all kinds of […]

Girl on a Mission

Author Jennifer Cassetta Invites Us To Channel Our Inner Tiger In New Book ‘Art of Badassery’

Author Jennifer Cassetta Invites Us To Channel Our Inner Tiger In New Book ‘Art of Badassery’

By Jennifer Cassetta My journey to becoming a black belt in badassery started with one martial arts class twenty-three years ago. The first time I entered the dojo in New […]

Contributors, Health

Learning To Trust Your Body So That You Can Finally Break Free From Calorie Counting, Food Rules & Fad Diets

Learning To Trust Your Body So That You Can Finally Break Free From Calorie Counting, Food Rules & Fad Diets

By Lizzy Cangro: International Expert Nutritionist, Wellness Coach and Author  Can I share a secret with you? Lean in closer, sister, because this is HUGE… Are you ready? The diet […]

Contributors

How Wanting To Be Mozart When I Was Three Made Me A Feminist

How Wanting To Be Mozart When I Was Three Made Me A Feminist

By Susanne Dunlap My pronouns are she/her/hers. I’ve always been comfortable with my birth gender, in spite of having come of age in the sixties and seventies when feminism was […]

Creativity

Gen Z Author Claudia Tan Releases Highly-Anticipated Second YA Romance Novel ‘Perfect Addiction’

Gen Z Author Claudia Tan Releases Highly-Anticipated Second YA Romance Novel ‘Perfect Addiction’

If you’re searching for your next steamy Young Adult romance novel obsession, look no further than Claudia Tan’s ‘Perfect Addiction’, released July 19th. And Claudia is an author you want […]

Feminism

Author & Women’s Rights Activist From The 60’s Vows To Continue The Fight In A Post-Roe America

Author & Women’s Rights Activist From The 60’s Vows To Continue The Fight In A Post-Roe America

By Catherine Raphael 1963 Oakmont High School career day. I was a junior. The fight for Civil Rights was in full swing. Marches and violent encounters with police were on […]

Creativity

Four YA Summer Reading Rec’s That Will Inspire Body Positivity, Activism, Authenticity and Diversity

Four YA Summer Reading Rec’s That Will Inspire Body Positivity, Activism, Authenticity and Diversity

If you are looking for ways to fill your upcoming Summer vacation days, look no further than our new YA book recommendation list, courtesy of Penguin Young Readers. These four […]

Contributors

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 […]

Contributors

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, […]