As an author of several books for teens and tweens, I spend a lot of time hanging with and observing kids. There are so many doing right, but they rarely make the news. More often than not, we are hearing about the bad our kids do, especially of late. In the last year or so […]
Like most kids, I lived for summer breaks.
Prolific author Donna Hill isn’t slowing down any time soon. I recently spoke with her about her two May releases, When I’m with You and All Up in the Mix.
What did we do before cell phones? Seriously. I know we existed, and we were fine before them, but in so many ways, they have made life so much easier. I am still old school about a lot of things like keeping a paper planner, but whether it’s writing a blog post or book scene […]
I didn’t realize the truth of the saying that it takes a village to raise a child until I moved back to Birmingham in 2006.
Delaney Diamond is back with a new novel. I recently spoke with her about Do Over.
For the last 22 years, Mother’s Day has been somewhat bittersweet for me. Admittedly, it has gotten easier since I became a momma myself, but at some point a little sadness always seems to creep into the day. I know there are so many people in my position who have lost their mother or mother […]
Dr. Debra Walker Smith has an eye on the future and warm memories of the past.
I’m excited to have author Carla Buchanan visit today to talk about the latest entry in the yearlong Decades project. Take it away, Carla.
What would the world be without mothers? In honor of Mother’s Day, here are a few scriptures about motherhood.