Edita Kaye’s Favorite Valentines Day Books

Call me old-fashioned, but I love everything about Valentine’s Day – the romance, the color, the chocolate, but most of all I love re-reading some of my favorite love stories of all time. These are classics and for good reason. I hope you enjoy them. Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell never seems old. […]

Inspiring Quotes From Famous Authors

Even the best writers get stuck from time to time, and we have all experienced writers block. Most authors agree that the first draft is going to be horrible, but as Sylvia Plath says, “The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.” So I wrote this blog post with the intention of helping you push through that […]

Writing Habits You Should Develop

Every writer has his or her unique own writing style and has most likely developed habits that help them write more often and more creatively. Writing, like most talents, takes a lot of practice to perfect – and even if it’s almost perfect, there are always ways to improve. Though writing habits are different for […]

Books That Make You Think

I know you have probably already read these books. Me too. But they are worth a second and even third visit. Take a look at some of my favorite books that you can read over and discover something new each time: Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell I love this book […]

Tips for Getting Published

The saying goes that every person has at least one great book or movie in them.  So if you’re looking to write a book, then great, that’s awesome!  However, just because you’ve got a great book in you doesn’t mean it’s easy to get it published.  I recently came across an article by Mack Collier, […]

Edita Kaye’s Favorite Summer Cook Books

REAL BBQ: THE ULTIMATE STEP-BY-STEP SMOKER COOKBOOK I LOVE barbecue! To me ribs with a side of icy, crunchy slaw are a summer staple. Nothing tastes better especially if the ribs are served with a thick, spicy sauce for dipping. I know that I’m probably never going to barbeque my own ribs or do the […]

Power in Print!

Writing does more than express ideas and encourage thought, it can improve your quality of life. Brain and body health work hand-in-hand, and one cannot thrive without the other. In the grip of depression, people often feel exhausted or sick. When joyous or happy, the body mirrors those emotions with a healthy glow. What are […]

Books for a Simple Way of Living

As I move into the hot and steamy days of deep summer I am tempted to destress, declutter, decompress, and live a blissful life where “less is more.” In keeping with this summer mood to simplify I found five books that I now consider my secret solutions to a simpler life. Some are new discoveries. […]

Ways to Improve Your Writing

It’s always hard to know where to start when it comes to writing. Whether it’s for a blog post, a publication within your field of work, or if it’s just for fun, there are always ways to improve your writing so that it’s something you’re proud of. Writing talent, like most talent, is about reforming […]

Memoirs & Biographies to Read This Summer

Though most of us still work during the hot summer months, it is a time for us to wind down and enjoy the nice weather, vacation days, and spend time with family and friends. But, summer is also a time for us to catch up on some reading. Exploring new memoirs and biographies is a […]