“The body holds many mysteries and a book like Tina Zion’s Become a Medical Intuitive can help readers learn to feel more connected with their bodies and those of others.” ~Holly Collingwood, WriteLife Blogger Click here to read this entire WriteLife blog.
Upcoming Release On August 6, 1945, 22-year-old Kaleria Pachikoff was doing pre-breakfast chores when a blinding flash lit the sky over Hiroshima, Japan. A moment later, everything went black as[...]
Upcoming Release A young Colorado ski racer falls in love with the freedom and sensuality of a remote Costa Rican rainforest. However, unlike most of us who return home from[...]
New Release – Healing Energy Reference Guide The Reiki Teacher’s Manual (Second Edition) sets the standard for Reiki education. This book is designed for students, practitioners, and teachers. This enhanced[...]
Developing good writing habits is a trial and error process. Each writer needs to figure out what works for them. I always print out what I’ve written. Early in my[...]
Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life? —Mary Oliver As children, we make discovery after discovery; every day brings something new;[...]
New Release Dr. Susan Mossman Riva was adopted in Omaha, Nebraska in 1963. In 1995, she sought the help of the Nebraska Children’s Home to find her birthmother, leading to[...]
New Release Psychotherapist, healer, and artist of being alive, Kayce Stevens Hughlett, offers readers the personal gift of transformation in this devotional daybook. Like Mark Neop’s classic “Book of Awakening,”[...]
New Release Living a Life of Unconditional Love awakens practical steps to evolve and harmonize our mind, body, and spirit connection from a heartfelt perspective. Live through the consciousness and[...]
“If you’ve been a fan of country music for a long time, you’ll remember a singer and songwriter named Merle Kilgore. He’s in the Nashville Songwriter’s Hall of Fame for his words and tunes are still heard today. His most famous song is “Ring of Fire” that he co-wrote with June Carter Cash. It just […]
“Somehow, about half the books that are picked by our book club seem to take place in the WWII era. First it was Boys in the Boat (non-fiction about a rowing team from University of Washington and the 1936 Olympics in Germany). Then we read The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society (epistolary historical fiction […]
“Last night the air felt so crisp I donned a pair of fuzzy socks and closed a few windows. Not all of them, but just the ones on the west side of the house where the cool air was sneaking inside. I love fall and everything it brings: the sweetest apples, pumpkins, changing leaves and […]
“Clearly, we’ve been watching a lot of Olympic events at our house. Jim McKay of World Wide Sports said it, “The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat.” Watching these athletes representing their countries in sports they have been practicing for decades is amazing and inspiring.” ~Holly Collingwood, WriteLife Blogger Click here to read […]
“I stumbled upon a list of the bestselling novels from 1895 to 2015. You can view it here on the Books & Chardonnay Blog. There are some beautiful reads on there that I read many years ago: Gone with the Wind, Love Story, The Grapes of Wrath… And many that I have read more recently: […]
“These authors and their books are making waves. Each was interviewed recently and WriteLife Publishing would love to share their interviews with you.” ~Holly Collingwood, WriteLife Blogger Click here to read this entire WriteLife blog.
“But what I do remember from the first trip, and I was pleasantly surprised to find again, was gorgeous blue water, boogie-boardable waves, soft sand and a beach that went for miles.” ~Holly Collingwood, BQB Blogger Click here to read this entire WriteLife blog.
“I saw my first lightening bug. Tons of them actually.” ~Holly Collingwood, BQB Blogger Click here to read this entire WriteLife blog.
“When we were younger, there was something special about the open arms of a shimmering summer. It wrapped itself around our hearts and wouldn’t let go.” ~Becky Breed, co-author of Writing in Community: Say Goodbye to Writer’s Block and Transform Your Life. Click here to read this entire WriteLife blog.