Just because your child has finished high school doesn’t mean the learning has stopped. Now it’s time to kick their preparation of how to handle “real life” into overdrive. Let me state that I understand not every child will go to college. These are life skills that apply whether you go to school or not.
Young adult and middle grade author Debbie Rigaud is truly living her best life. I recently spoke with her about her latest release, Truly Madly Royally.
What would you do if you had to choose between saving the lives of two family members? National bestselling author Lorna “L.A.” Lewis tackles the topic in her latest release Torn: A Daughter’s Love.
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It’s hard to believe school actually starts back in less than a month. If you’re heading on vacation or just looking to get some reading done before then, use my affiliate links to check out these new and upcoming releases:
If you’ve ever dreamed of writing a book and are overwhelmed by the thought of completing an entire manuscript, consider contributing to an anthology. Today, the contributors of Love Walked In are stopping by to share how to make it happen.
It seems like lately I’m trying to hold back time. Maybe it’s the realization that my baby is no longer a baby. Yes, I know she will always be my baby, but she’s heading into her sophomore year of high school this year, and I’m starting to realize I need to stop babying her so […]
Ann Marie Bryan is bringing her Encounters of the Heart to a conclusion with the release of the final book in the series. I recently spoke with her about Hearts over the Line.
Looking for more time to read? I’m excited to have middle-school librarian and momma Ginger Hewitt with me today to offer tips on how to get it done.
Melva Tate, the July 2019 Momma of the Month and owner of Tate & Associates, is no stranger when it comes to putting in the work for her family and her career.