Can One Book Change Your Outlook? This one can. If you haven’t read Not Again by Maria T. Henriksen, you don’t know what you’re missing. This book is a must read! … Read More Can One Book Change Your Outlook?
Danielle Grandinetti was born and raised in the Chicagoland area before moving to Wisconsin when she married 7 years ago. Her educational background is in Intercultural Communication and she worked for 20 years in education as a private instructor, writing coach, and adjunct professor. Now she’s a work-from-home mom of two young sons and focusing on her writing career.… Read More Author Interview – Danielle Grandinetti
I grew up in Virginia and Alabama, the youngest of four siblings. Our family enjoyed camping on both mountains and beaches. My dad was a chemist with the government and my mother a mathematician who taught and also worked as a map maker for the US Geological Survey.… Read More Interview with Bettie Boswell
ღ ღ About Belinda Roberts ღ ღ¸ Belinda writes about normal people in extraordinary situations. Seeing life through a quirky lens, her plots, whilst they remain plausible, veer towards the surprising and, sometimes, surreal. ‘I like to write about the good in people. Faith, hope, love – often qualities revealed when the going gets tough!’… Read More Author Interview – Belinda Roberts
When Heidi Gray McGill wrote Dial E for Endearment, the fourth book in her You Are On The Air series, her purposed was to shed light on blindness. The central theme is we each have value, and more minor themes are forgiveness, acceptance without judgment, and paying close enough attention to others we see the needs of their heart before anything else.… Read More Heidi Gray McGill – Author Interview
Hi Jolyn, I’m excited to have you on my blog. Tell us a little about yourself and how you were raised. I am the mother of six children, three are heart grown (one from a Romanian orphanage, one through our years doing foster care, and one who fled to China as a teenager)—and three are homegrown. My… Read More Author Interview – Jolyn Canty