Reflections: Looking Back and Moving Ahead

This post by Gayle M. Irwin Last week another year passed, and I turned 53. I recall being told antiques are things that are 50+ years old, so I guess I’m now an official antique! I took a few moments on my birthday to reflect upon my life. Some memories weren’t the best: hurt from … Continue reading Reflections: Looking Back and Moving Ahead

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Judging a Book by the Cover

by Alethea Williams I designed the cover of my first book with the help of my editor. I thought it was beautiful. It looked so classy to me. The tree picture was free from a stock photo site. The cover color I chose reminded me of antique, yellowed, handmade paper—perfect, I thought, for a book … Continue reading Judging a Book by the Cover

Bright Birds, Bright Ideas, and Brilliant Memories

This post by Cher'ley Grogg My Mom loved birds, she loved everything about them, she loved the vivid or subtle colors, she loved their sounds, she loved their nests, and the little eggs that hatched into little birds. I’m not someone who can tell one bird from another, but I know a few of them … Continue reading Bright Birds, Bright Ideas, and Brilliant Memories