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GUEST POST: Suffering and Healing: Could a Therapist Help? By Amanda Mackenzie

Suffering and Healing: Could a Therapist Help? By Amanda Mackenzie One of the things I noticed when I began to see clients for counselling and psychotherapy was that their suffering was front of...

8 Reads Featuring Small Towns With Big Hearts

Sometimes we need to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday living. And what better way than to pick up a story set in a quaint, small town? We’ve compiled a list...

GUEST POST: Mother’s Day Reads

Mother’s Day is almost here, and to help celebrate we’ve rounded up some book recs to give mom on May 8th! In Bloom by Fern Michaels, Lori Foster, and Carolyn Brown The stories in this...

GUEST POST: Natalie Walters Author of FATAL CODE

“Write What You Know.” -Natalie Walters They always say “write what you know”. When writing Fatal Code, I really should have listened to whoever “they” are. I have never been more out of...

GUEST POST: The Beauty in the Binding By Ellery Adams

“Where do you get your ideas?” It’s the question that stumps most authors because it’s not something we can readily explain. Ideas pop into our heads all the time—usually when we don’t have...

FICTIONALLY FACTUAL: TREASURE HUNTING FACTS FOR FICTION by Ann H. Gabhart

Fictionally Factual - Bringing readers the 'facts' behind the fiction. TREASURE HUNTING FACTS FOR FICTION by Ann H. Gabhart Whenever I start down a new story trail, I can see so many possibilities out...

GUEST POST::: 8 Diverse Historical Fiction Novels

Empty Vows by Mary Monroe Secrets and lies are bound to catch up to the teller in this scandalous follow-up to the Depression-era tale Mrs. Wiggins, when a woman schemes to make it to the...

GUEST POST: 6 Books Perfect for a Rainy Day

April is here and so are those rainy days. And there is nothing like getting cozy with a nice warm drink and a good book. Some books are just calling to be...
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