Showing posts from September, 2017

Can Those With Disabilities Still Be Successful In Business?

Today I'm delighted to welcome Swiyah Woodard to my blog, author of Don't Call Me Crazy! I'm Just In Love With God. She's been touring the internet for a while, so you've probably seen that cool purple cover in many places already. But why would anyone call her crazy? Swiyah lives with and takes medication for her own diagnosis. In this book, inspired by a true story, she invites all who struggle with mental illness or the consequences of mistreatment to see a true way forward. Thank you so much for visiting my blog Swiyah. And now, over to you... Can those with a disability be successful in business? By mental health expert, Swiyyah Woodard Can those with a disability be successful in business? Sure they can. The secret is to find something you love to do, something that you are willing to do for free until you become a professional expert. Start off by volunteering.  There's a such thing as positive stress and negative stress. Negative stress

On A Journey To God, or just walking a spiritual path?

Today I'm delighted to welcome Gary and Susan Eby to my blog, to share about their book of personal stories. In the book blurb they say "Our disclaimer: you are completely free to reject everything we have to say about spirituality. What we believe in is not that important. What really counts is what you believe that gives your life meaning, direction, and purpose," so I had to ask... ·        Who are your intended readers? How did that influence how you wrote the blurb? We wrote Reflections: A Journey to God for anybody interested in walking a spiritual path. We define spirituality as a journey within to find the presence of the Divine according to your own understanding.  So our blub emphasizes the freedom of choice over strict compliance with a set of rituals or doctrines as indicated in a religious creed. ·        Do you expect your readers to reject what you say - or rather, which readers do you think might reject it? Reflections is story about our two

Why I like Dark Fiction

Perhaps we all hide shadows in our past. Perhaps dark fiction appeals to us because it sheds light on someone else's shadows, making ours less scary without ever threatening them. Perhaps... But I must admit, I've read some pretty dark stories recently. Maybe it's just the lengthening darkness of evenings drawing in as the year moves to fall. Or perhaps I just enjoy dark fiction because it allows me to "experience" the adrenaline rush of danger without ever having to face the risks involved. After all, when asked as a teen, would I prefer a long boring life or a short exciting one, I chose long and boring because of all the short exciting lives I could enjoy in imagination. Anyway, here are some book reviews of dark, definitely not boring lives. Find some coffee - probably a dark cup - and see what you think. Scar Tissue (The Mindsight Series Book 1) by M C Domovitch , starts with a young woman escaping a captor who has been torturing her. Her physical scars b