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Wednesday Writer Spotlight: Interview with Dr. Bob Rich

Today I want to welcome Dr. Bob Rich to Gloria’s Corner. Dr. Bob calls

himself a writer, a mudsmith, and a psychologist. Dr. Bob Rich is a

past winner of both the EPIC award and the Golden Web Awards. He is

here today to talk with us about his latest novel Ascending Spiral.

 

I’ve […]

Book Review: The Mind of Thuse!! by Linda Smarzik

Linda Smarzik

The Mind of Thuse!! Thriving within effortlessness

One Breath Village, 2013, 197 pages, $24.95

ISBN: 978-0-9843674-4-3

Nonfiction

“…people are the most alive, most vibrant, and most content when they can readily access their process of creativity leading to effortlessness on a regular basis—regardless of the specific activity.”

In The Mind of Thuse!! […]

Wednesday Writer Spotlight: Interview with Stan Hampton Sr.

Today we are welcoming our first Wednesday Writer Spotlight guest Stan Hampton Sr. who is touring his eBook Better than a Rabbit’s Foot, published by Muse It Up Publishing. Here is a bit about Stan and the cover of the book, before we move on to an interview with him and an excerpt from […]

Interview with Karina Fabian and Deacon Steven Lumbert

Good morning everyone.

Today we have with us an author who has been here before, but this time Karina Fabian has her dad, Deacon Steven Lumbert join her. Glad you could join us here today and share a bit about your joint authorship of your book, Why G-d Matters. We will hear thoughts from both […]

Repost: Book Review: Not Remembered, Never Forgotten by Robert Allan Hafetz

Robert Allan Hafetz Not Remembered, Never Forgotten: An Adoptees Search for His Birthfamily Gateway Press, Inc., 2005, 117 pages, $20.00 ISBN: 0-9770202-0-7 (Nonfiction, Memoir) “Searching involves the risk that the truth might be painful, and many adoptees refuse to search because what they might discover could be devastating.” There are many similarities between my adoption […]

Repost: Book Review: Destruction of Innocence: A True Story of Child Abduction by Rosalie Hollingsworth

Rosalie Hollingsworth Destruction of Innocence: A True Story of Child Abduction iUniverse, 2009, 266 pages, $20.95 ISBN: 978–1–4401–2502–7 (pbk) (Nonfiction, Biography/Autobiography/Memoir)

“My mind kept centering on the race to find my missing daughter, Triana. I wondered if this search would ever end. I had first lost her when she was one-year-old, and it took me […]

Repost: Book Review: Pursuit of Light by Sandy Brewer

Sandy Brewer Pursuit of Light: An Extraordinary Journey Peach Tree House, 2007, 224 pages, $24.95 ISBN: 978-0-9796554-4-9 (Self-help, Memoir, Inspirational)

“Every moment is a choice, and every choice reverberates . . . Every moment presents an opportunity to ‘pay it forward’.”

Abuse is not a chosen lifestyle for the child placed there by the abuser. […]

Repost: Writing link: The Etymology Dictionary

Have you ever wondered what lies behind a word, not just the meaning found in a dictionary, but its history or story of how it came to be? That’s where etymology comes in.

Check out the Etymology Dictionary.

For example, take the word “gadget”, this is what it says:

“1886, gadjet (but said to date […]

Repost: Christina Katz talks about the writer’s platform

Good morning everyone

Today I have a treat for you. I have been reading Christina’s e-zines for a long time, and had the honor of meeting her face-to-face on May 5th when she held a workshop at our local library in Bellevue, WA. When the opportunity to host an interview with her came up, I […]

Repost: Introducing Shechinah Third Temple, Inc. and Jerry Pollock, Ph.D,

My good friend Cheryl Malandrinos asked me to help spread the word about this new book and organization. Since I was ill for about a month with pneumonia and am in the last minute stage of arranging my daughter’s wedding I offered to post something on my blog in lieu of an interview.

Jerry Pollock, […]