So I take my nail polish situation pretty seriously, which may sound silly to you. I’m okay with that. But that’s the thing about looking for lovely around you—what you find beautiful may not be what I find beautiful. The moments you collect that will help you finish the thing you’ve started may not be […]
The fact that you’ve been drawn to the post tells me a lot about you. You’re at a point where either you’ve had this idea to put pen to paper for a while, or someone has planted a seed in you that has you wondering if you have what it takes to write a book.
We’ve had somewhat of a covert operation going on in the Splond household for the last few months.
Author Pat G’Orge-Walker has learned laughter really does the heart good. She recently spoke with Magic City Momma about her book, Holy Mayhem, which was recently released as a mass market paperback.
Make plans to attend the 6th Annual Girls Inc. Cajun Cook-off from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 9 at Railroad Park. This casual, family-friendly event featuring a Cajun cooking competition as well as live zydeco music by the Swamp Poppas. Enjoy taste-testing all of your Cajun favorites including gumbo, jambalaya, red beans and […]
Author, speaker and educator Michelle Stimpson wants to help people release the stronghold food has on them.
No matter who you are or where you are in life, author Crystal McVea wants you to know you can make a difference.
Whether you’ve been working for a while or you’re just returning to a career after staying home with your children or caring for an aging parent, it’s time to take a good long look at your résumé.
This time of year can be pretty busy for Magic City Momma of the Month, Dee Edwards.
Author Joylynn Ross who writes as E. N. Joy is on a mission to give readers joy despite their pain.