This is Your Brain on Joy

Finally. That was my first response to Dr. Earl Henslin’s book This is Your Brain on Joy. Finally, a psychologist who recognizes the spiritually of a person. Finally, a Christian who understands the physical aspects of mental illness. Dr. Henslin explains how the brain works and how each area of Read More ….

Read the Classics? It doesn’t have to be dull

Too often “the classics” of literature are considered too old and too difficult for our children to tackle. As our kids’ teachers, we try to put on a happy face and tell them they’ll love it. If we’re honest with ourselves and our children, we have to admit we used Read More ….

Pix Goes to London: Learn culture, language, and history

Our family traveled a lot when I was growing up. My dad’s job moved us around the country and Dad made sure we visited important sites in each area. Now I often say I learned more on the road than in the classroom. Not all families are blessed to move Read More ….

Weekend Read: Zen of eBook Marketing

You may not expect a supernatural novelist, game developer, composer, and self-described jack-of-all-trades to be able to teach anything about marketing, more specifically e-book marketing. Guido Henkel does just that in his recent book Zen of eBook Marketing. Henkel gives practical, easy to do marketing task that any author can Read More ….

5 Editors Tackle the 12 Fatal Flaws of Fiction Writing – A Review

This post contains affiliate links. Where there is no guidance the people fall,             But in abundance of counselors there is victory. Proverbs 11:14 – NASB I’m going to take a little liberty with this verse, which is usually is used to refer to a country, another Read More ….

Poetry – Have no fear

This post contains affiliate links. I enjoy poetry. I wanted my children to enjoy poetry. Sadly, I never really learned to write lovely verses and, consequently, I don’t think I did an adequate job of teaching my children. When the opportunity came to take a look at Grammar of Poetry from Read More ….

Soul food to have again and again

Have you ever forgotten how much you enjoy a particular food until you’ve had it again? Whether it’s days or years between, you think, “Hmm, why don’t I eat this more often?” The servings that Marjorie J. Thompson offers in her Soul Feast: An Invitation to the Christian Spiritual Life Read More ….