The English language is a funny odd animal of sorts. Break it down and if you think too hard your head will hurt. Learn a little more about the author Mark Abley with his new book Watch Your Tongue What Our Everyday Savings and Idioms Figuratively Mean
Traci Brimhall is a poet who's been published in the New York Times and in many other publications and presses over the years such as Poetry, Southern Illinois University Press, Ploughshares, Kenyon Review, and Slate. Her third book of poetry published by Copper Canyon Press called Saudade and talks of stories from her Brazilian mother.
Andi Eaton is a writer of an adventurous travelogue and author of book Wanderful: The Modern Bohemian's Guide to Traveling in Style coming out September 12, 2017.
It's always exciting to talk to writers who finally get their first book published. You can see the excitement in their faces. Jackie Viramontez is one of those people. She just got her book I Can't Believe I Dated Him: The Art of Knowing When to Break Up, When to Stay Single, and When You've Met the One. Her enthusiasm for life and relationships have given her the background to write about it.
I came across Shannon's site one afternoon and thought her stories were insightful and engaging. She writes from the heart and gives hopes to others with her writing. What struck me was that she's gone on a journey into pursuing her passions and found God in the mist of it all.
This article was originally published in 2014 on the website. To preserve the history of the past some updates are in order.
Stephanie May is now married to a wonderful guy with a last name of Wilson. She doesn't run The Lipstick Gospel anymore, but has so much more going on. You can check out her new website here.