When their eldest teenage daughter seemingly starts to lose her mind, a family turns to their church and a reality show for exorcism help. Is she really possessed by a demon or is it schizophrenia?
Baby Wise follows a parent directed feeding model. It has tips for guiding babies into a routine and solid sleep.
The Immortalists follows four siblings. As children, they visit a psychic who tells them the exact days of their deaths. That knowledge shapes their entire lives and takes them on diverging paths.
Stella is beautiful and rich. Violet is smart, but from a rough and poor family. Somehow they become friends, each with their role in the friendship: Violet riding on the coattails of Stella. But when Violet starts to get hard-earned success, jealousy flips the other way.
Gaiman has gathered many Norse Mythology stories and legends and compiled them into a cohesive set of short stories with a narrative flair.
Sweet Little Lies follows the detective Cat as she tries to solve a murder that intertwines with a missing person case from her childhood hometown that she has always suspected her father is tied to.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Caz Frear, the author of Sweet Little Lies. We chose Sweet Little Lies as our September podcast book.
Kondo takes us through her home organization method to simplify your life. Her category-by-category approach focuses on only keeping items that “spark joy”.
When the author Verity is severely injured, her husband offers Lowen, a broke, but talented writer, a sum of money she can’t refuse. As part of the process, Lowen has to go through Verity’s home office with years of notes and outlines. She discovers horrifying secrets that could put her life at risk.
This is a guest post by Jessica Bayliss. So far, we covered the importance of generating the WHYS of writing, how to generate ENTHUSIASM when the fire is dwindling, and how to generate JOY.
As promised, this time around, I’ll be discussing a visual imaging process.