6 Picks: Books To Help You Prepare For (and Prevent) Emergencies

May 17, 2024

You’ve heard the expression: better safe than sorry. Or maybe you believe there’s good karma in being prepared. Whatever prompted you to read this article, consider it a golden opportunity to get organized and educated on the steps to have a happy and safe summer season. Here’s the 411. Kids are at home and bound […]

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The Light and Dark of Writing (and Reading) Romantic Suspense

May 16, 2024

This isn’t a blog about the ups and downs of the romantic suspense genre. Rather, it’s about the light and dark. To clarify, I’m using those words as a “simplistic umbrella” when describing novel elements and author styles. It’s also how I categorize my works of fiction. Just because I write light, doesn’t mean I can’t […]

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The Uplifting Story of Save-A-Pet

May 13, 2024

Once upon a time, I lived in the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. It was there that I embarked on a volunteer opportunity that forever changed my life. To this very day, memories I spent caring for the homeless animals at Save-A-Pet shelter still resonate and it’s for that very reason that I continue to channel […]

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Igniting Your Child’s Love for Reading With This Guide

May 7, 2024

Guest Post by author and consultant, Tamara Gilmore. In a world awash with digital distractions, the art of reading is a precious gift you can give to your child. It opens up worlds beyond imagination, enriching their minds and spirits. This guide, courtesy of Books Uplift, delves into practical steps to cultivate a deep-seated love […]

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Author Q&A With Melanie K. Moschella

May 5, 2024

Melanie is an escapist reader and writer living in the beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire. Her two true passions are parenting and writing—both of which require stamina and creativity, but only one of which allows her to sit down. Despite Melanie’s overpriced English degree from an overrated university, she attributes her debut work, The […]

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Rewire Your Anxious Brain: How to use the neuroscience of fear to end anxiety, panic & worry

May 3, 2024

The world is rapidly changing. So are humans. One characteristic growing at an untenable speed is the number of people struggling with anxiety. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, “An estimated 19.1% of U.S. adults had any anxiety disorder in the past year.” With that being said, books focusing on understanding and managing […]

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