Note: I was featured recently in book blogger Laura Smith’s blog as a guest poster. Laura reviews books and blogs about them. What appears below is an excerpt from the post I wrote for her site.
Note: Charlene Moses’ memoir, Given to Submission, has been out for about a month, and we wanted to check in with her to see what kind of feedback she has been getting. The following is a Q&A
Note: As I worked to publish “Willful Evolution: Because healing the heart takes strength,” I reached out to online bloggers and print reviewers alike to secure book reviews. One blogger who responded
With Willful Evolution: Because healing the heart takes strength available now in my Shop and on Amazon, I wanted to put some more information out there to help potential readers get a better sense of
Nick Grabbe is a former colleague of mine, from our newspaper days. Nick was the editor of the Amherst Bulletin, and I was an editor at a partner paper owned by the same publishers. Recently, I had
How do you come back and thrive after your husband dies four days after you are laid off from a job that was supporting your family?
I am excited to say that I made the last five tweaks to Willful Evolution today and instructed Off the Common Books in Amherst, Massachusetts to print a first batch for me. Copies should be hot off
Nick Grabbe was a longtime editor of the Amherst Bulletin, a weekly paper that covered Amherst, Massachusetts, and was owned by the DeRose brothers, who also were the publishers of the Daily Hampshire
Charlene Moses is the author of Given to Submission: A journey of shame, truth, and forgiveness, which is available in my Shop. I believe Charlene’s memoir of her early life will resonate with adult
Charlene Moses grew up in both Massachusetts and Maine, as her parents were restless and moved frequently. Lonely and shy because she didn’t speak English in an English-speaking school, and insecure