Author Mary T. Wagner shares how her cover shoot for her latest book elevated the “do-it-yourself” experience to the realm of high comedy.
Virginia Apgar was a pioneer and advocate for children’s well-being.
Nothing is more humbling than being the Imperfect Woman who lives with Superman.
Rachel Harris shares how a simple gesture from her husband inspired an important part of her latest novel.
Wearing U by Kotex will give you the confidence to make it through the day without any unexpected “messes” and will help #savetheundies!
Author Kathleen Bittner Roth shares how she has always been willing to forge ahead into the unknown and how this has led her to create a successful wellbeing center.
Yes, being a female means having to deal with a myriad of health problems unique to our gender.
Author Sally Clements shares how in life, people come in multiple varieties and how she likes her heroes and heroines in her novellas to reflect that.
Author Elizabeth Otto shares how she found the freedom to be both successful and creative and in the process, found herself.
As I mix my hands in the same soil as she did, I look at my hands and see blue veins protruding. I see my mother’s hands. I am my mother’s daughter.
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