I first heard of poet and novelist Irene Latham a few years ago when my daughter came home from school raving about the novel, Leaving Gee’s Bend. Since then I’ve met Latham on a few occasions, and it is my honor to recently interview her about her new book Fresh Delicious: Poems from the Farmers’ […]
As a kid, I lived for summers. For me, it meant, all books all the time. Lucky for me, I passed my love of reading on to my daughter. One of my favorite rituals is going to the library with her and signing up for the summer reading program.
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.
While you’re (hopefully) relaxing this Mother’s Day weekend, check out these great books by and for mommas. Please note this post contains affiliate links.
Looking to spend some quality time with your momma this Mother’s Day weekend? Check out these events.
Today I am praying for mothers. Please join me in a word of prayer.
Author Tricia Seaman Registered nurse Tricia Seaman is a witness that God answers prayer—sometimes in ways we don’t expect. She recently talked with Hope for Women about heaven-sent miracles and her new book, God Gave Me You.
Is it really time to start thinking about summer? If you’re like many and have yet to secure summer child care, Magic City Momma has got you covered. Here are a few camps going on around the city.
For radio talent and creator Dana C. “Lady Woo” Woodruff, home is definitely where the heart is.
Author Marcia King-Gamble knows a few things about romance. After all, she’s been reading them since she was a child.