Blog Spotlight|Deanna Stilwell

  Hello My name is Deanna Stilwell and I am your not so average girl here to share my experiences with you to remind you that you are not so average yourself. I love creating things and writing so I thought I’d invest some time into this and see where it goes. I’m a 22 year … Continue reading Blog Spotlight|Deanna Stilwell

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Business Feature|She Will Speak

Cheyenne Tyler Jacobs is a young black woman originally from Manchester Township, NJ. She started writing when she was a child and the earliest memory she has of her creating poetry was in third grade. She was being bullied and after the incident she pulled out a piece of paper and started writing a poem. … Continue reading Business Feature|She Will Speak

Blog Feature|Joy, Blessings and Poetry

My name is Terry Jeffris. I live in Mobile, Alabama. I have two adult children. I have always loved writing. I have been writing about 30 years. Several months ago I decided to start a blog. I enjoy corresponding with other bloggers because I learn a lot from them. My website is: Joys, Blessings, and Poetry … Continue reading Blog Feature|Joy, Blessings and Poetry

Blog Feature|Life of the Aspiring

Hi there, I’m Elle and I run the blog Life of the Aspiring  Hi there, I’m Elle (short for Elleanor if anyone was wondering), I am about to make tohe change from College to University! Obviously, for everyone in this position this is an exciting and nerve wrecking time so in my attempt to stay calm … Continue reading Blog Feature|Life of the Aspiring

Blog Spotlight|Renew Inspiration

My name is Latisha. I am a wife and mother of two hearing impaired children. My husband and I have been married for more than 14 years. I am passionate about helping and encouraging others to do better. I am a caring person and I spend a lot of time advocating for my children educationally, … Continue reading Blog Spotlight|Renew Inspiration

Blog Spotlight| Restored Ministries

Michelle Bollom is a natural encourager and story teller. She is a Speaker, Author, and Ordained Minister that loves to share with people the powerful promises in God's Word. Michelle's down to earth and positive, not preachy, approach has allowed her to share daily encouragement and inspiration with people from all over the world and … Continue reading Blog Spotlight| Restored Ministries

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

A Day in History|Phillis Wheatley

Born in Senegal/Gambia on May 8,1753, poet Phillis Wheatley was brought to Boston, Massachusetts, on a slave ship in 1761 and was purchased by John Wheatley as a personal servant to his wife. The Wheatleys educated Phillis and she soon mastered Latin and Greek, going on to write highly acclaimed poetry. She published her first … Continue reading A Day in History|Phillis Wheatley

Rest in Peace|Harper Lee

Writer Harper Lee was born on April 28, 1926, in Monroeville, Alabama. In 1959, she finished the manuscript for her Pulitzer Prize-winning bestseller To Kill a Mockingbird.  Soon after, she helped fellow-writer and friend Truman Capote write an article for The New Yorker which would later evolve into his nonfiction masterpiece, In Cold Blood. In … Continue reading Rest in Peace|Harper Lee

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

Women Who Inspires Us-Coretta Scott King

Why Coretta Scott King inspires us: Coretta inspires us because she is widely remembered because of her hand in activism, but no one really knew that she was very talented and smart. Married to Dr. Martin Luther King, but she had several talents outside of activism. Coretta was well-known for her singing and violin playing. She attended Lincoln … Continue reading Women Who Inspires Us-Coretta Scott King