Archive | February, 2021

Author Q&A with Marlene Adelstein

Marlene Adelstein is a woman of many talents—a USA Today’s best-selling author, movie and film executive, artist in residence, literary writer and editor. It was only natural that she would start the journey of writing incredibly engaging books that you just can’t put down, like Sophie Last Seen. Let me be clear, this creative has […]

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For the Love of Friends

No one should ever have to experience this crush of bridezillas, but Lily somehow manages to stay afloat. Asked to stand up in six of her friends’ and baby sister’s weddings, Lily is honored, and all too happy to support her family and friends. That is until the curtain is pulled back and the list […]

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The Power of Journaling: How to Create the Happy, Healthy Life You Want To Live

This book is the body of proof that writing can help you heal. Author Mari L. McCarthy, founder and Chief Inspiration Officer of CreateWriteNow.com shares her story about how she turned to journaling as therapy when she was diagnosed with MS. Forced to give up her thriving consulting career due to her symptoms, she turned […]

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Author Q&A With Sherri Leimkuhler

Sherri is an author on a mission. She’s an athlete, pilot, mother, and author and she’s about to embark on a book tour with her newest release and is ready to inspire others to write their stories, too. As a former competitive triathlete and two-time Ironman finisher, when she’s not writing, she loves to be […]

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Author Q&A with Todd Hosea 

A veteran of the United States Air Force, Todd Hosea started his career serving at North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and Air Force Space Command headquarters in Colorado Springs, and NAS Keflavik, Iceland. Afterwards, he went on to complete his degree. Originally from Indiana, Todd spent many summers in Colorado where he says, “The mountains […]

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On The Run

When ER nurse Janie Kirkpatrick is forced at gunpoint to treat a patient, she’s barely able to keep it together, let alone concentrate on what she’s trained to do. Fearful yet determined, she tries to shut out the melee and focus on saving the life of the man who’s been dumped on the gurney. Much […]

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Author Q&A with Charlotte Nystrom

Writing and editing professional, Charlotte Louise Nystrom is also a published author, creative writer and poet from the rocky coast of Maine. Outside of running a thriving business, she is mastering the art of juggling—in the sense that she is channeling her creative talents in so many exciting ways. As an author and a reader, […]

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