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MariJo Moore: A Woman Writer’s Interview

MariJo Moore: A Woman Writer’s Interview

MariJo – It was a pleasure to connect with you on Facebook today over the photo of the Red Tailed Hawk. I’m glad we interacted enough for me to look at your website, and you to look at Women Writers, Women Books. And thank you very much for your interest in participating, it’s especially timely […]

November 24, 2012 | By | 3 Replies More
Deer in the Headlights: A Marketing Pro Self-Publishes

Deer in the Headlights: A Marketing Pro Self-Publishes

I should have known. In the passions of finally committing myself to the authorship of a book, one I knew from the beginning I would not shop with literary agents or publishing houses, I utterly failed myself in not treating my book, All That I Need, or Live Like a Dog With Its Head Out the […]

April 20, 2012 | By | 2 Replies More
You Have Your Story, Find Your Voice

You Have Your Story, Find Your Voice

Have you had an experience so profound you just had to share it with others? Has a single event, or series of events over time inspired you to take what you’ve learned out into the world and make something of it? I have definitely had such experiences, and not only want to spread the word […]

August 21, 2011 | By | 2 Replies More
A Soul Healer’s Memoir: Gift of the Dreamtime by S. Kelley Harrell

A Soul Healer’s Memoir: Gift of the Dreamtime by S. Kelley Harrell

In the fantastical memoir Gift of the Dreamtime– Awakening to the Divinity of Trauma, Kelley Harrell chronicles a modern shamanic journey from pain, to healing and accepting a calling to work as a soul healer of others. At the time of its first publication, no other modern shamanic work shared a story of healing from […]

July 21, 2011 | By | 2 Replies More
Housekeeping for the Soul by Sandra Carrington-Smith

Housekeeping for the Soul by Sandra Carrington-Smith

Housekeeping used to be a virtue. For the modern woman torn by the demands of full time work and a family, or fully occupied with home schooling her family of children, and perhaps the neighbor’s children too, housekeeping is no longer the art and science that it used to be. But most of us are […]