Author Q&A With Julia A. Nicholson

January 24, 2023

Julia A. Nicholson is a former CEO, executive leadership expert, business consultant, and adjunct professor of business who has excelled for decades as an industry-leading visionary on governance, strategic planning, team building, and executive performance. But she has also faced an inordinate amount of adversity in her life. In the span of 15 years, she […]

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Writing As Therapy

January 10, 2023

I’m going to be blunt—whether you think you need a dose of therapy or not, it’s at your fingertips whenever you need it. I was shocked when one of my fellow author friends shared with me that he’s been journaling as a way of therapy. To be clear, I’m not shocked about writing as therapy […]

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Author Q&A With Nicole Dake

January 4, 2023

Nicole Dake is an author, mom of three, and blogger on parenting with a focus on health and wellness for moms and kids. Nicole has a BA in Psychology with a minor in Religious Studies from the University of Colorado and a Paralegal Certification from Boston University. Though she’s originally from the United States, she […]

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6 Picks: Books To Help You Live a Guilt-Free Year

December 30, 2022

When you take a day off, power down the electronics, splurge on an ice cream, or even take a well-deserved trip to the beach, please don’t feel guilty. It’s unfair. An article in the Washington Post states that “being busy” is like an addiction. The contributor, Brigette Shulte, shares that a man she interviewed “says […]

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Writer’s Corner: An Author’s Word Count Primer

December 29, 2022

When it comes to pitching your book, word count matters. You don’t want to write a picture book that runs the length of 2000 words and expect a publisher to pick it up. Unless of course your last name is Disney, then you may be rolling into the storybook realm. But I digress. Yes, there […]

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December 22, 2022

Dystopian fans unite! The debut young adult book by Erin Carrougher is a stellar hit. Ashton is living in what was once called Seattle, subjected into a rigid caste-system. The Suits, those who have the technology and luxury to live a free life, and those, like rebellious Ashton who is left to survive by obedience […]

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