Author: faye anderson

Words bear enormous weight. They’ve influenced people for decades, providing the courage to press on or the reason to give up. And this reflects on literature, especially the poetry genre.... Read More

SHE LET GOD WRITE HER STORY BY YELENA BORICHEVSKA The story of a young girl who moved from Ukraine to the United States shortly after 9/11. The story of how a girl’s... Read More

Guide to Creating Effective Characters for Children’s Books Like any other book genre, children’s book characters are a crucial part of the narrative. The level of connection readers can have with... Read More

Kishwar Mirza has a background in nursing and education. She works as a nursing supervisor in a children’s hospital. She wrote Stories and Poems from a Grandmother’s Heart because she... Read More

We usually think of prison being a place where an inmate is stuck in a cell, but there are other dynamics at work. TDCJ moves inmates around to different... Read More

Yelena was born and raised in Rivne, Ukraine, and moved to America’s Vancouver when she was almost seventeen. Yelena has always considered herself blessed beyond limits because of being raised... Read More

Once you see your child with someone, it seems they are inseparable. But the next time you see them, their relationship can shift, and they seem like they do not... Read More

Think of all the amazing things a person can do with good self-esteem! They can almost move mountains being confident in what they’re good at. All the more so if... Read More

When you examine the life of Ricky Smith in the early pages of this book, you would think his life would be doomed to become anything God could use, but... Read More

Sometimes, disease can cause changes in a patient’s behavior. And no matter how much people try to associate this shift with the illness, one can’t help but get affected by... Read More