Review: Never Unfriended by Lisa-Jo Baker

What the book is about: This nonfiction lifestyle book touches the hearts of women by talking about one of the most painful and least talked about issues we face - friendship. In this book, Lisa-Jo dives deeply into exploring friendship, from the wounds that past friendships leave to how we can take charge and influence … Continue reading Review: Never Unfriended by Lisa-Jo Baker

Lessons from a writers conference: Only you

  Have you ever felt like there isn't enough room for you at the crafter's table? Like everyone else has a better idea or is a better writer? Or maybe there are already so many books or blogs out there on the same subject you want to write so there's no point? Here is some … Continue reading Lessons from a writers conference: Only you

Review: Still Alice by Lisa Genova

  What the book is about: Still Alice is the story of Alice Howland, a Harvard psychology professor and researcher. Her story begins with her busy life and progresses through stages of forgetfulness until one incident leaves Alice with no choice but to pursue medical assistance in figuring out her forgetfulness problem. Alice is diagnosed … Continue reading Review: Still Alice by Lisa Genova

Plantsing a Bible Study

Yesterday, I talked about a few things in my vlog┬áregarding plantsing and I want to expand a little bit here on what I talked about. I mostly want to talk about study evolution while maintaining integrity of the study. Using a Book of the Bible Writing a study using a book of the Bible is … Continue reading Plantsing a Bible Study

It’s the little things…and the big surprises

As long as we're talking about kids and parenting, can I get a little more personal here? As I continue on my course of pursuing authordom, I find that I am more observant of the world around me. I'm always looking for that interesting little thing to add to my story to make it come … Continue reading It’s the little things…and the big surprises

Pursuing Your Craft: When You Have Kids

I suspect there are a few more out there who are trying to pursue their craft alongside trying to raise their tiny human offspring into competent, useful adults. Juggling these two competing interests is a challenge I still have yet to master. To even call both of them interests seems a little... well... insulting? Obviously, … Continue reading Pursuing Your Craft: When You Have Kids