Archive | March, 2021

Sophie Last Seen

This contemporary fiction book by Marlene Adelstein is hauntingly real. Children disappear all the time. This horrific reality sets into motion a traumatic ripple effect in parents, family and friends. Adelstein invites the reader to experience what it may feel like for a mother who’s lost her child and grieves in her unique own way, […]

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Author Q&A With Andrea Clark

Andrea Clark was born in a small town in rural Virginia. Her father was an itinerate protestant minister, and her mother was a women’s rights advocate within their local and then global church community. Since they moved every 3-6 years, Andrea considers numerous small towns throughout the Shenandoah Valley her home. In addition to being […]

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The Secret to Attracting Luck: 50 Ways to Manifest Abundance & Good Fortune

I loved this little book that dedicates a chapter to all the ways, fanciful and strategic, that you can attract more luck in your life. New Zealand author, Richard Webster, has many author credits to his name, but this particular book provides actionable steps that anyone can do every day to improve the odds of […]

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Book Craft Q&A With Sherian Brown

Sherian Brown is an incredibly kind and talented individual. While both a published author and sought-after editor, she is currently focusing on her editing and proofreading talents to serve authors and business owners alike. Sherian currently resides in Maryland (the DMV), and technology has allowed her to join editor Tia Ross, founder of WordWiser Ink […]

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Author Q&A With Peggy Archer

Peggy Archer is a children’s book author who brings her “life to life” in her books. Take one of my favorites, Name That Dog, which was inspired by the journey of giving a name to her new dog “Snickers.” In addition to writing adorable children’s picture books, she also writes poetry for children. Her latest […]

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6 Picks: Environmental books with small steps that make a big difference in saving our planet

Environmentally conscious behavior (in a disposable society that’s warming up the globe every day) is just one more challenge to meet in the already compounding day-to-day demands on our lives. Limited hours in the day, concern over additional expense, and social pressures for conformity all contribute to the internal conflict of adopting a recycled lifestyle. […]

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Author Q&A with Craig Matthews

As a newly minted author, Craig Matthews broke into the publishing world with a very poignant story that has history lovers clamoring for more. Immigrant Patriot, a story of love, hardship and grit, is a reflective tale of Craig’s family history. Craig’s been married for nearly four decades to his high school sweetheart—and has an […]

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