Author Marcia King-Gamble knows a few things about romance. After all, she’s been reading them since she was a child.
Are you up for a road trip? Head over to Tuscaloosa this weekend for the grand opening of Hwy 55 Burgers, Shakes and Fries.
If you’re anything like me, you desire a closer walk with God, but between juggling all the hats you wear and trying to get meals on the table, there never seems to be enough hours in the day. You would be amazed at how spending just five of 10 minutes with God can bless your […]
In this excerpt from her book Mentor for Life, author Natasha Sistrunk Robinson discusses relational connections and finding purpose.
I wasted a lot of time when I first started writing trying to make the first draft for a still-unpublished manuscript perfect. It wasn’t until I had written a few manuscripts that I learned a very valuable lesson: The first draft is not supposed to be perfect when you finish.
I was sitting in a meeting when the CNN breaking news alert came through to my phone that there had been a death at Prince’s Paisley Park Studios outside Minneapolis.
I’ve been looking forward to reading Angela Benson’s newest book, The Summer of Me, since I found out about it last year. I recently had the honor of interviewing her.
Update: The Boyz II Men concert has been postponed. Read the article on al.com for more information. Grab your boo or your girls and head to the BJCC Concert Hall on April 22 at 8 p.m. to see Boyz II Men in concert.
We need to pray for our husbands today and every day. Please join me in a word of prayer.
You’ve made the decision to write a book, but then it hits you as you sit down to write and encounter the blank page: You have no clue what you’re doing.