Author Archives: Laura Orsini

The Effective Author: Patience

The Effective Author: Patience © 2019 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. One of today’s biggest sources of stress is our own desire for things to happen just the way we want them, and preferably, right this minute. … Continue reading

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Wild Horses

Wild Horses by Rita Goldner As an avid plein air painter, I often find myself on a folding chair on the banks of the Salt River. The landscape itself is picturesque enough, but sometimes I get a bonus. Several small … Continue reading

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Making Healthy Eating – and Living – a Priority

Making Healthy Eating – and Living – a Priority by Becky Weck Miller I’m currently 52, and about two years ago, we went on this massive vacation up the West Coast of the United States pulling our “bed” behind us … Continue reading

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The Science of H2O

The Science of H2O by Rita Goldner Lately I’m knee-deep in research on water, specifically the water cycle. I’m close to the finish line for my picture book, Agent H2O Rides the Water Cycle. I’ve completed the text, and it’s … Continue reading

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The Effective Author: For What Will You Be Remembered?

The Effective Author: For What Will You Be Remembered? © 2019 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. In recent years, I was privileged to know an author who was widely known for her loving, supportive personality. Her expression … Continue reading

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Which One Doesn’t Fit? Free-Time, Writing Time, Work, Life, Family.

Which One Doesn’t Fit? Free-Time, Writing Time, Work, Life, Family. by Marcus A. Nannini Not much of a trick question, yet it underscores the commitments an author must successfully balance on the way to the publication of a good manuscript. … Continue reading

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Me(moir). It’s All About Me – Or is it?

Me(moir). It’s All About Me – Or is it? by Joyce A. Lefler My past wasn’t sexy. It was messy, tedious, and gut-wrenchingly horrific. There were moments of euphoria and joy, but mostly it was sad, made me cry, and … Continue reading

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The Necessary Separation Between Fact and Emotion in Divorce Court

The Necessary Separation Between Fact and Emotion in Divorce Court by Rob Pikula During your stressful, emotional, and chaotic times in court, have you ever felt like you’re about to lose it and simply want to scream?! Controlling your emotions … Continue reading

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Developing a Life Purpose Statement and Creating A Personal Brand

Developing a Life Purpose Statement and Creating A Personal Brand by Ernest Sears, Jr. So often we find ourselves at a loss when we contemplate our lives and the contribution we may have made on the world. At least a … Continue reading

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Healing Everyday Trauma

Healing Everyday Trauma by Dr. Kixx Goldman I once met a woman called Cindy who earned her living by pole dancing in a nightclub. Wanting to understand more about Cindy’s background and the performance art, I searched YouTube and found … Continue reading

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