By Katie Cline After leading a small nondenominational church and helping to serve the homeless community for 30 years, former pastor Kimberly Bowman set out on a social experiment that was decades in the making.
By Danielle Sinon Earthquakes are natural phenomena that hit our world and cause great destruction. While it’s possible to prepare yourself for such an event, you’ll never truly be ready for it when it comes.
By Danielle Lieneman With our “Hidden in History” series, we aim to show younger readers the different ways in which women have impacted our global history that might not be in the average history book.
The English language is a hard nut to crack. Even those who call it their mother tongue have trouble wrapping their minds around it at times. With so many anomalies and irregularities, it’s easy to
Independent Bookstores After last week’s post on Independent Bookstore Day, we decided to share some more details on independent bookstores and what makes them unique. With easy access to online stores like Amazon, it’s so
By Danielle Lieneman Authors looking to publish their book can easily find themselves confused or overwhelmed, especially as the publishing industry is constantly in flux. As technology continues to change and grow, the publishing industry
By Danielle Sinon Following up from last week’s post about how local libraries work to help authors and publishers, we thought it would be prudent to discuss something a little larger: the American Library Association.