NYT Bestselling Author Andra Watkins

NYT Bestselling Author Andra Watkins

One of the perks of this blog is that I’ve been virtually introduced to some pretty amazing writers. But I’ve gotta say…today I’m pretty tickled. In November, I finished the book To Live Forever: An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis by New York Times Bestselling Author Andra Watkins. The book is an interesting crossover of historical fiction Read More

Order of Seven - Interview with Author Beth Teliho

Have I Told You About Baron?

Yeah…I did. I did an interview with author Beth Teliho. We talked about her amazing book. AND she’s got a short story coming out in an anthology soon and I may have been a BETA reader.  OK, I was a BETA reader. And it was awesome. But I’ll tell you this. Beth has an awesome Read More

#NaBloPoMo: Facing Surgery? Read This!

Facing Surgery? Read This!

I bonded with writer Christine Carter from The Mom Café because we were both incapacitated by leg injury for a number of months. I was super excited to hear that she was writing a book to help others out with their recovery not only from similar injury, but from injury or surgery in general. She gave Read More

I'm Lucky: My Friends are Inspirational Women Authors

I’m Lucky: My Friends are Inspirational Women Authors

I bought a new notebook today. I’m usually very comfortable typing when I write, but I got a nostalgic yearning to put pen to paper. I don’t know if it’s just a summer mood – but I really needed to feel the nib of my pen digging into a virgin sheet of paper. It’s quite Read More

Order of Seven - Interview with Author Beth Teliho

Order of Seven – Interview with Author Beth Teliho

In the course of my blogging, I have been introduced (virtually) to a cadre of incredibly intelligent and talented women who have shared their talents with the world – either by writing blogs – and some of them, even books.  I try not to fangirl (too much) with these women – especially after I’ve had Read More

Negative Correlation Theory of Parenthood

Negative Correlation Theory of Parenthood

I usually don’t spout scientific theory…but I was recently asked to do a review of “The Science of Parenthood” by Jessica Ziegler and Norine Dworkin-McDaniel, and as a result, have come up with my own theory of parenthood.  I am qualified to espouse this theory – because a) I have a Bachelor’s degree in Social Read More

My First Day of High School: A Horror Story

Airing my Dirty Laundry #LoseTheCape

I have a system for doing laundry. Okay…maybe it’s not so much a system…there’s really not much system to it – it’s just my reality – but nonetheless it’s working for me. And today I’m going to share it with you. For free. First – I should point out that I didn’t do my own Read More

My First Day of High School: A Horror Story

Book Review – Three-Year Olds are A**holes

Don’t look for Pinterest type marshmallow fluff on Sarah Fader’s blog Old School Mom/New School Mom.  She tells it like it is.  Which is why her HuffPost Article – Three-Year Olds are A**holes went viral with (as of today) almost 60K shares on Facebook.  It’s a highly relatable piece to anyone who has ever had Read More