The Best Books for Spring 2021

Spring is an excellent time to hone one’s reading muscles, and 2021 promises no shortage of books with which to do so. Whether fiction or nonfiction, there are likely several good books from either genre sure to pique your interest, with reviewers recommending many noteworthy examples. Let’s look at three of Spring 2021’s best books: […]

The Best Winter Meals and Recipes

Fireside Feasts and Snow Day Treats: Indulgent comfort food recipes for winter eatingWhen the weather turns cold, what could be better than sitting by the fire and enjoying home-cooked food with family and friends. From comforting casseroles and bakes to seasonal snacks and warming drinks – this is the ideal cook’s companion for the winter […]

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, […]

5 Book Recommendations For End Of Summer Reading

Summer may be winding down, but there is still plenty of time to relax in the warm weather and enjoy a good book. A good book is a must have, whether you’re on an airplane, road trip, or laying on the beach. As you make your last trips of the summer, here are 5 books […]

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. […]

Overcoming Writer’s Block

Ernest Hemingway’s famously stated “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” And still, these words may not sink so easily into the mind of a struggling writer. Bleeding, after all, is a very open and real way of uncovering and addressing personal experiences, be they nostalgic, […]