I Love You More Than Coffee: A Guided Journal for Moms by Melissa Face Like many, you’ve probably encountered a tale about being a mom and thought to yourself, “Hey, I could write that!” Well, now is your chance! An inspired companion piece to Melissa Face’s previously published collection of essays about mothering, this isn’t forContinue reading “I Love You More Than Coffee: A Guided Journal for Moms is available for pre-order!”
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I Am a 2022 Motherscope Contributor!
Motherscope Magazine is one of my favorite platforms for sharing stories and experiences about motherhood. I have been fortunate to have my essays appear in two of Motherscope’s print publications: Choose Your Own Motherhood and Generations (pictured below). Last year, Motherscope’s publisher posted a call out for regular contributors to the magazine’s online platform. IContinue reading “I Am a 2022 Motherscope Contributor!”
Want to Snuggle?
By Melissa Face Craig and I have been married for seventeen years, so I should probably be able to recognize his voice at this point in our relationship, right? My husband has three siblings, and he and his younger brother, Bryan, have always been told that they look a lot alike. And they do. YearsContinue reading “Want to Snuggle?”
Bold and Strong: Coffee Chat with Connie Biewald
Most writers have been advised at one point or another to write the book they want to read. Connie Biewald, author of Truth Like Oil, did just that. Fill your mug with something delicious, and join Connie and me as we talk about balancing a writing life, the joys of publishing, and the complexity ofContinue reading “Bold and Strong: Coffee Chat with Connie Biewald”
Bold and Strong: Coffee Chat with Author Libby McNamee
This month I am thrilled to be chatting with my friend and fellow Bookish Road Trip administrator, Libby McNamee. Libby is the author of Susanna’s Midnight Ride: The Girl Who Won the Revolutionary War and the newly released Dolley Madison and the War of 1812. Join us as we chat about Libby’s writing life, researchContinue reading “Bold and Strong: Coffee Chat with Author Libby McNamee”