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Getting to Carol Balawyder--the September Author Interview

 

UHHHH! Before you dudes open your nippy hamstah gubs and say a word about today’s guest and her dog, nicely smelling or otherwise–

Well, that’s as maybe but today’s guest is very special and one you will like when you hear what her book’s about. 1,359 more words

Writing

What you can learn from Jane Eyre

We can all learn by analysing the work of an expert.  Here is what Jane Eyre can teach you about mind-blowing heroines.

Yes, I know Jane Eyre isn’t the expert here, but it keeps it snappy. 12 more words

Resources For Authors

A Whole New League...with Anne Lange.

 

Pre-Order: https://www.totallybound.com/sliding-into-home

 

Blurb

Can an injured ex ball player convince the woman he wakes up married to in Las Vegas to take a second chance on him… 392 more words

Writing

Brilliance Feminine

Sir Thomas Lawrence, (Isabella) Mrs. Jens Wolff, painted 1803 – 1815.  © The Art Institute of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kimball Collection. 890 more words

Art

~~Sacred Mother-Daughter Empowerment~~

“One of the main tasks of growing up is to achieve an identity–not necessarily a knowledge of who we are, but a clarification of the range of what we might become, a set of self-references by which we can make sense of our responses, and justify our decisions and goals.”                  647 more words

Empowerment

The In Search Of Heroes Program Story

The First “In Search Of Heroes” Article Published in the Coronado Eagle Newspaper in 1993

What is a Hero or Heroine? How does one arrive at this exalted position? 3,800 more words

Captain Biorhythm

Why every female protagonist doesn’t have to be a kick-ass heroine

Kick-ass female protagonists are tough girls who don’t take crap off anyone, don’t bat an eye at the first sign of trouble, and sail through difficult times with barely a flesh wound. 400 more words