As we still learn how to navigate the outbreak of COVID-19, it's crucial to learn about the threat it poses to those who are truly vulnerable.
Have you ever struggled with a psychological condition or addiction and wanted to write about it? Here, you can learn about this author's journey and understand what it takes to write a memoir.
Is there really a "right way" to write a book? If you're an aspiring author or just a curious reader, check out this article.
Have you ever taken an interest in becoming an astrologer? In this article, Jasmine Isadora breaks down her own journey to shed some insight for those who are interested.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a published novelist? Read my article to gain some insight.
Ever been interested in learning what the writing process is like for published authors? Read this article to learn more.
Lots of people put tattooing on a pedestal, especially considering how many individuals are willing to get tattooed these days. If you've ever wondered if you should make that leap and have it in you to become a tattoo artist yourself, this article is for you.
In this article, you'll learn about Petergay Dunkley-Mullings' journey and how "Can't Afford to Fail" came into fruition. Continue reading to learn more.
Jan Notzon is a writer best currently known for releasing his latest novel, the "Id Paradox". To learn more about his book and inspiration, check out the interview between he and I below.
Learn about the behind the scenes action regarding upcoming film The Petrichor.
Below is some information gathered from Perry Cockerell's masterpiece, A Private War and two closely-related others.
Get immersive with some hidden US history that may have purposefully overlooked and is now brought to the surface by Lewis E. Cook.
Jake Kaminiski wrote a remarkable work of fiction that gives insight into how Native Americans have helped with the border crisis with Mexico. This author and former retired police lieutenant shares tidbits about his upcoming book and show that’s set to launch in THIS interview.
In her debut cookbook, body builder and model Marie Blanchard shares her favorite mouth-watering recipes so that her readers can cook slimming meals without feeling deprived. In this interview, she discloses some insights you'll find in her latest books.
Think” Bright Lights, Big City” meets “Almost Famous,” if the city was L.A. in the first instance and you took “almost’ out of the title in the second - and you might get a sense of Anthony Mora’s new novel, “Virtual Velocity: An L.A. Story.”
I had the opportunity to interview Dr. Emeka Anyiam, author of “Embracing Life: Surviving the Struggle by Learning to Embrace the Experience.” He has been in social services arena for almost 20 years.
In his debut novel, Bolivar Heights: When Failure is Not Final, author and minister, Leighton Kramer, uses the opportunity to confront the realities and challenges of the ecclesiastical world as seen through the perspective of one man’s spiritual journey through them.
I had the privilege of interviewing Michael J. Bowler, author of the series "Children of the Knight". In these YA books, he creatively inspires teenagers how to get themselves out of tough situations and do the right thing even though it may be difficult.
Susan Love is a foster care activist and teacher who used her experiences and gusto to create a moving book for children. In this article, we examine how activism can be translated into literature.
I had the opportunity to speak with author Dámaso Avilés to understand how he came up with the concept and intention for his latest book, The Yanira Island.
I sat down with Olivier Dalipagic, director of new film "Off the Record" to get some insight into how to make a feature film under $25,000. In this interview, Mr. Dalipagic also got an opportunity to discuss the making of "Off the Record" to aspiring filmmakers.
Everyone has a different relationship with writing- but the most difficult problem I've witnessed among colleagues and peers is putting creative, interesting ideas down on paper. Anyone can have a cool idea, but not everyone has the patience or concentration to write. Read to learn more.
I face rejection every day as a writer and as a 26-year-old Latina who refused to conform to gender and cultural norms. Sometimes the pain is so great I feel as though I can't go on. In this article, I give some objective sociological insights and personal tips on how to cope with ongoing rejection.