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Author Interview with Ann Greyson
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Author Interview with Ann Greyson

Ann Greyson is the author of The Lonely Vampire – “This tale of a good vampire will hold up on its own and engage your imagination right up to the conflict with the werewolf, who at long last finds the missing vampire from Transylvania. Or does he? The stakes are […]

What If You Hate Your In-Laws?
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What If You Hate Your In-Laws?

You might assume we are talking about mothers-in-law. Well, to some extent we are, but we are also talking about your brother-in-law, sister-in-law, daughter-in-law, son-in-law, and every other in-law you can think of. We’re talking about strangers who married into a family (and sometimes that’s you). Of all the relationships […]

WHAT’S BETTER THAN HAPPINESS, ESPECIALLY IN TOUGH TIMES? JOY!
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WHAT’S BETTER THAN HAPPINESS, ESPECIALLY IN TOUGH TIMES? JOY!

New Memoir Unpacks the Concept of Joy, its Connections to Grief and Pain—and Introduces the “Joy Quotient” For Assessing, Enhancing Daily Joy Levels Make Room for Joy! By Speaker, Adversity and Life Strategist Vanessa Joy Walker   Have you ever experienced a crisis or series of crises so devastating that you […]

Author Reveals Essential Tools for Realizing Healthy Relationships
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Author Reveals Essential Tools for Realizing Healthy Relationships

What differentiates a healthy relationship from an unhealthy one? And how are the foundations for each of those laid? Whether referring to romantic relationships, platonic friendships or other human affiliations, many would answer these questions with a host of experiential data points and opinions. These might be laced with a […]

Meet Featured Author Christine Meade
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Meet Featured Author Christine Meade

Christine Meade is a writer, editor, and educator. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the California College of the Arts. A native New Englander, Christine currently lives and writes outside of Boston, MA. “The Way You Burn” is her first book, to be published by She Writes Press […]

Personal stories of food addiction in ‘Saving Sara’ help readers better understand addiction
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Personal stories of food addiction in ‘Saving Sara’ help readers better understand addiction

For nearly fifty years, Sara Somers suffered from untreated food addiction. In “Saving Sara” (She Writes Press, May 12, 2020) Somers’ intimate memoir, she offers readers an inside view of a food addict’s mind, showcasing her experiences with obsessive cravings, compulsivity, and powerlessness regarding food, with the hopes of educating […]

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