Shepherd For Authors is a very cool website designed to help readers discover new authors and new books. Lord knows it’s hard to get noticed out there but Ben Fox, founder of Shepherd for Authors is making it easier. I love to write and read about the way people climb their way out of theContinue reading “The Best Books About Trauma & Addiction: A List”
Hello! Happy New Year? No, I’m glad to be alive in a new year. I’m glad to be watching my dudes grow up. I’m glad to be writing. I’m glad to be entering a newish phase of family(ies). I’m glad to be mixing patterns. I’m glad to be a dog mom (most of the time.)Continue reading “Do You in ’22”
Wow wow wow wow wow. This website! Shout out to Justine Rubin, the coolest person in the entire universe, not to mention a visionary artist, wonderful mother and bobfluencer. I love her and her family so much and am SO GRATEFUL for a website that looks and feels like me. Check out her art! You’reContinue reading “THANKFUL FOR THIS DOPE WEBSITE”
Humbled to be interviewed by La'Isha Magazine in Israel. Ronen would have been so thrilled – I've never known anyone with more love for his heritage. When we visited Israel together on our honeymoon, he was bursting at the seams with excitement. I had never been before and he had so much to showContinue reading “Interview in La’Isha Magazine”
During the last week of the longest year ever in the history of the world; as I placed waffles #79850509577738 and 79850509577739 in the toaster for my dudes' breakfasts: THIS. To be in such company! For my writing to be written about so thoughtfully! A massive gift. Thank you, Scout Brobst!
My beautiful friend Gail O’Neill at Arts Atl asked me what my biggest lesson of 2020 was and after wrestling with the question for weeks: duh. Cheers to superhuman Stacy Abrams this year and every year.
This was fun! Thank you Georgia Writers Association for the support.
I'm a lifelong library devotee. This was an honor!
Such a pleasure to chat with her. Her questions were so thoughtful and as I got emotional answering some of them, she held me up with such grace. What a pro. Thank you, Lois!