Business Spotlight|Danielle Downey

Hello my name is Danielle Downey and I am a mum to six children, am a business mentor and in July 2017 began to write my first book It's No Secret, Thriving After Surviving. My book came out on the  15th November and I am now venturing into the world of Motivational speaking along with my … Continue reading Business Spotlight|Danielle Downey

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Business Spotlight|Kate Blake

I’m Kate Blake from the UK . On October 26th 2018 I became an Amazon best selling Author. My first book and a story I felt I needed to tell before I was 50. This story follows me and how in was adopted successfully as a baby into a loving family. The story looks at identity, … Continue reading Business Spotlight|Kate Blake

A Day in History| May Swenson

May Swenson was born Anna Thilda May Swenson on May 28, 1913, in Logan, Utah. Her parents were Swedish immigrants, and her father was a professor of mechanical engineering at Utah State University. English was her second language, her family having spoken mostly Swedish in their home. Influenced early on by Edgar Allan Poe, she … Continue reading A Day in History| May Swenson

Good Reads| Home Fermentation A Starter Guide

Before we explain why Home Fermentation The Starter Guide made it to the "good reads" section of our website, we wanted to define fermentation and how this book can benefit you. Fermentation is a process used to produce wine, beer, yogurt and other products. So essentially most fermented products are  products we eat on a regular … Continue reading Good Reads| Home Fermentation A Starter Guide

Tasteful Tuesday| The Whale Wins

We created Tasteful Tuesdays to showcase amazing restaurants in the United States and to also expose female Chefs and restaurant owners right in your area. Today's Tuesday feature is The Whale Wins. About The Whale Wins The Whale Wins is the latest restaurant from award winning Chef Renee Erickson and partners Jeremy Price and Chad Dale. Drawing … Continue reading Tasteful Tuesday| The Whale Wins

A Day In History| Bess Streeter Aldrich

Bess Streeter Aldrich was one of Nebraska's most widely read and enjoyed authors. Her writing career spanned forty-some years, during which she published over 160 short stories and articles, nine novels, one novella, two books of short stories, and one omnibus. In her work, she emphasized family values and recorded accurately Midwest pioneering history. One … Continue reading A Day In History| Bess Streeter Aldrich

Good Reads| Running For Women

Running For Women by Danica Newon has made its way to our Good Reads category because this book really inspired us (women) to run again. This book is not only for women who are avid runners but its for women who have forgotten how to take their first step with healthy diet, running and exercise. … Continue reading Good Reads| Running For Women

News| #1000BlackGirlBooks

A New Jersey fifth grader, Marley Dias was unsatisfied with the lack of diversity in the books she was being assigned to read, and she decided to call for a change, starting the #1000BlackGirlBooks movement in November. The project calls for 1,000 books with black girls as main characters — not background or minor characters — … Continue reading News| #1000BlackGirlBooks

Good Reads| The Monster’s Inside

In just about every nursery rhyme that most of us have ever heard included a good little boy name Jack. The Jack from The Monsters Inside was also a good little boy but he had monsters inside. He was really no different from any other child but he allowed his "monsters" or should we say … Continue reading Good Reads| The Monster’s Inside

Movie Review| Captive

In April 2005, Ashley Smith made headlines when she miraculously talked her way out of the hands escapee,  Brian Nichols after he took her hostage for seven hours in her suburban Atlanta apartment. According to 11 Alive News, Brian Gene Nichols was originally in court to be retried on a rape charge; his first trial ended with … Continue reading Movie Review| Captive