Real Life Inspired Stories

Born in Athens, Greece as an Air Force brat, Teri M Brown graduated from UNC Greensboro with a multitude of degrees – majors in Elementary Education and Psychology and minors in Math and Sociology – she just couldn’t settle on one thing! While homeschooling her four children, she began her writing career by focusing onContinue reading “Real Life Inspired Stories”

I Never Thought I’d Be a Writer

This post contains affiliate links Lorrie D. Grant is a storyteller with a message. She is always looking for an adventure and always has a story to tell.  Lorrie decided to capture a few of her life stories a few years ago, simply to save her lessons learned for her two daughters.  This unexpectedly ledContinue reading “I Never Thought I’d Be a Writer”

Stories That Relate to Us

This post contains affiliate links for PodMatch and my Patreon Community. Hi there! My name is Phil Strangolagalli. I am the author of “Jesus Loves Movies” an independently published book that uses movies to help people out in life. I’ve had the honor of my book being in over 500+ Barnes and Noble stores, Target,Continue reading “Stories That Relate to Us”

You’re Never Too Young to Follow Your Dreams

Sarah lives in Lehi, Utah and is a die hard fantasy nerd that can’t stop talking about dragons and anime. She’s trying to get through school by creating her own worlds and characters, and has written six novels. Her latest is YA Fantasy Romance Novel “Stone Cold” containing 308 pages of clean reading published throughContinue reading “You’re Never Too Young to Follow Your Dreams”

If You Don’t Know Your History, You Don’t Know What You’re Talking About

Author, educator, and parent, Barbara Ann Mojica provides tools to inspire, entertain and educate youth.  History is the key to solving today’s problems.  Tired of being bombarded by social media noise? Accept the challenge. Be a truth-teller.  Barbara Ann Mojica, M.A. S.A.S., S.D.A is a historian and retired educator. Her education career spans more thanContinue reading “If You Don’t Know Your History, You Don’t Know What You’re Talking About”