Meet Angella Cormier and Celebrate Oakwood Island!

Meet Angella Cormier and Celebrate Oakwood Island!

I had the pleasure of interviewing both Canadian authors, Angella Cormier and Pierre C Arsenault, about their newest release – Oakwood Island. I’m going to post their responses in separate parts so you can enjoy meeting them both: Angella this week and Pierre will be next week. Check out my review of the book here. […]

Strong Female Characters

Strong Female Characters

I sometimes read books where female characters are made to be the secondary characters or made to look less than the male dominating character. I’m not sure the author does this intentionally and it doesn’t really take me away from the story but finding stories with stronger woman is something I’m always looking for. I […]

How Important Is a Cover?

How Important Is a Cover?

We always say that you can’t judge a book by its cover but it’s obvious a lot of us do. As a writer for many years, the only thing slowing me down from publishing more, even as an ebook, is deciding on the cover and being able to pay the creator. I have an awesome […]

Back to School

Back to School

With the cooling winds, soccer and baseball season ending, and the store sales on loose leaf, scribblers and pencils it’s obvious the summer is coming to an end and kids are getting ready to meet their new teacher. As an author, parent and homeschool teacher this does make me jealous and eager to buy new […]

Do You Believe in Infinite Possibilities?

On my wrist for almost a year I’ve worn a bracelet given to me by a great friend – Wendy Kitts. It’s nothing too impressive at first glance as it’s one of the rubber bands a lot of people have these days with words written on them. Much like some will wrap a string around […]

To Do or Not To Do a To Do List

To Do or Not To Do a To Do List

With all this time on my hands this summer I had big plans but just can’t seem to remember what they were or have the ambition to focus on one thing in particular. Yesterday I cleaned a lot of our garage in lieu of writing which is very unlike me, until lately. I’ve been wanting […]

Kelly Moran's Winter's Path!!

Kelly Moran’s Winter’s Path!!

★☆Winter’s Path★☆ #NewRelease Amazon: https://amzn.com/B01GOOWT40 B&N: http://tinyurl.com/jscnezh iBooks: http://tinyurl.com/z6y3zrq Goodreads: http://tinyurl.com/zzv7fwa BLURB: My name is Matt Holcomb, and I’m the good guy. The boy next door. I’m the safe bet and I always do the right thing. Then one night two years ago, I made a terrible mistake that caused irreparable damage, and the guilt […]

Independence Day

Independence Day

Although I’m not American, July 4th is marking my own independence day of sorts. Working opposite to my husband’s shift and homeschooling our son it became obvious in recent weeks that it was time for a bit of independence. This wasn’t a choice primarily for the social aspect of things as he is a social […]

Athletics is For Physical Health As Arts is For…

Mental and emotional well-being? With so much talk about mental anguish and outbursts lately, alongside the hype of our beloved sports teams – Go Pittsburgh Penguins and Toronto Blue Jays! – I have to wonder if suppressing art of any kind is really wise for the long term. Don’t get me wrong, I do believe […]

Let’s Celebrate a You Day!

It has come to my attention recently, in a bigger way then ever before, how important it is to just be yourself and follow your passion(s). I’ve listened to all the hype about just being yourself and got it but never really took the time to live it. We celebrate Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Valentine’s […]