Author Q&A With Renée Rosen

September 10, 2021

Renée Rosen is the bestselling author of Park Avenue Summer, Windy City Blues, White Collar Girl, What the Lady Wants and Dollface. She’s also the author of Every Crooked Pot, a YA novel published in 2007. Most people discover their love of reading first and then decide to try writing. For Renée Rosen, it was […]

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Author Q&A with Joanne Hale

September 1, 2021

Author Joanne Hale describes herself as the kid in school with a book in one hand and in the other a notebook and pen. And even as an adult this hasn’t changed much. In her writing, as in life, she invites you in and takes you on the journey. Meet Joanne.  You’re an author, but […]

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The Road Back To You: An Enneagram Journey To Self-Discovery

August 20, 2021

This is a book written by two spiritual authors, but without the heavy dose of religious overtones. Rather, it’s a guide to help you understand yourself and how that awareness will help you better relate to others and build a career and life that aligns with your type. And if that awareness leads you back […]

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Indestructible: The Hidden Gifts of Trauma

August 15, 2021

When it comes to uplifting books, Indestructible by Krista Nerestant challenges you to dig deep into the emotional baggage holding you back and encourages you to come out stronger than ever before. Filipino-American, Nerestant is a ‘natural born medium’ and had always been encouraged to keep this side of her hidden. But in time, she […]

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Author Q&A with Y. Deonna

August 5, 2021

What a delight it was to meet author Y. Deonna who is truly charming, caring, creative and a prolific writer. A native of South Carolina, at an early age she discovered her love of reading and writing. As a youngster, she was fascinated by how authors created exciting and uplifting stories and knew she would […]

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The Girl Who Lived

July 30, 2021

When Faith is released from the psychiatric hospital, she struggles to regain her footing. Despite the fact that her mother has established for her a daily routine, an apartment and scheduled several support groups to keep her focused, she can’t cope with reality. As the guilt-ridden survivor of a horrific crime in which a ‘rat-faced […]

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